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15 Must-Watch Modern Day Fairy Tales & Fantasy Films

Animations that soar, stories that inspire, girls who redefine magic. Unwrap the best modern-day fairy tales you'll cherish!

By Mahad Hussain Last updated

A charming picture of Giselle from Enchanted.

If you're like me, and love worlds where dragons soar, witches brew, and wishes come true, then you're going to love this list.

Today, we're gonna hop on a spellbinding journey through the silver screen. I'm talking about the following must-watch modern-day fairy tales and fantasy films — my curated collection that'll ignite your imagination and leave you daydreaming for days!

But wait, why fairy tales, you ask?

Well, these gems aren't just about escaping into fantastical lands — though there's plenty of that. They're mirrors reflecting our own lives, weaving timeless themes of love, courage, and finding your place in the world.

Plus, who can resist a bit of magic and wonder to chase away the everyday blues?

Now, you might be thinking, "Fairy tales are mostly for kids, right?"

Wrong!

While younger viewers certainly have a soft spot for these adventures, their charm extends far beyond age. In fact, there's a whole lot of girl power packed into these films, celebrating fierce heroines who defy expectations and rewrite the rules.

And let's not forget the epic battles, dazzling creatures, and enough swoon-worthy moments to fill a castle moat!

So, how did we choose these 15 cinematic treasures? Think breathtaking animations, thought-provoking stories, and characters you'd love to have as best friends — or maybe arch-enemies, depending on their moral compass! 😉

We'll explore symbolism, delve into deeper meanings, and maybe even shed a tear or two (happy tears, of course).

Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998)

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Rotten tomatoes91%
iMBD66
Metacritic7.1
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore

Anjelica Huston

Anjelica Huston

Dougray Scott

Dougray Scott

Patrick Godfrey

Patrick Godfrey

Megan Dodds

Megan Dodds

Melanie Lynskey

Melanie Lynskey

Timothy West

Timothy West

Judy Parfitt

Judy Parfitt

Jeroen Krabbé

Jeroen Krabbé

Lee Ingleby

Lee Ingleby

Kate Lansbury

Kate Lansbury

Matyelok Gibbs

Matyelok Gibbs

Directed by Andy Tennant

Ah, "EverAfter"!

This modern Cinderella retelling isn't just about glass slippers and dreamy princes (though there is one pretty swoon-worthy duke).

It's a clever twist celebrating brains, bravery, and standing up for your dreams. Danielle is far from a damsel in distress — she's a quick-witted artist who uses her talent and smarts to rewrite her own fairy tale.

Sure, there's magic, a sassy fairy godmother voiced by the iconic Anjelica Huston! The real magic lies in Danielle's determination. She challenges societal expectations, proves her worth to a snobby stepmother, and even teaches the prince a thing or two about compassion.

It's a story that holds up even today, reminding us that sometimes, the truest happily ever after comes from believing in yourself.

So, skip the sugary princesses and step into "Ever After" — it's a timeless classic that proves fairytales can be fierce and fabulous!

Spirited Away (2001)

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Rotten tomatoes96%
iMBD96
Metacritic8.6
Rumi Hiiragi

Rumi Hiiragi

Miyu Irino

Miyu Irino

Mari Natsuki

Mari Natsuki

Takashi Naito

Takashi Naito

Yasuko Sawaguchi

Yasuko Sawaguchi

Tsunehiko Kamijō

Tsunehiko Kamijō

Takehiko Ono

Takehiko Ono

Bunta Sugawara

Bunta Sugawara

Akio Nakamura

Akio Nakamura

Yumi Tamai

Yumi Tamai

Ryunosuke Kamiki

Ryunosuke Kamiki

Tatsuya Gashûin

Tatsuya Gashûin

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki

Forget Disney princesses and talking frogs; "Spirited Away" is like tumbling into a Japanese anime wonderland where bathhouses cater to spirits.

It's got everything: grumpy gods made of paper, dragons snoring in the rafters, and a witch with a gold-munching addiction — weird, but cool!

Ten-year-old Chihiro gets dragged into this bathhouse bonanza after her parents turn into pigs. Yes… pigs. To save them, she learns to scrub slimy customers, handle grumpy spirits like a pro, and most importantly, find her inner samurai sword-wielding bravery!

It's a cool edit!

It's a rollercoaster of feels; one minute, you're giggling at the funny soot spirits, and the next, you're cheering Chihiro on to stay strong.

But "Spirited Away" is more than just eye-popping animation and wacky creatures.

It's about finding your nerve, making unexpected friends — like a sassy frog, and remembering who you are even when life throws you a sumo-sized curveball.

It's a wild ride that'll stick with you like mochi (a Japanese rice cake reference 🙂) to your fingers!

Big Fish (2003)

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Rotten tomatoes75%
iMBD58
Metacritic8
Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor

Albert Finney

Albert Finney

Billy Crudup

Billy Crudup

Jessica Lange

Jessica Lange

Helena Bonham Carter

Helena Bonham Carter

Alison Lohman

Alison Lohman

Robert Guillaume

Robert Guillaume

Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard

Matthew McGrory

Matthew McGrory

David Denman

David Denman

Missi Pyle

Missi Pyle

Loudon Wainwright III

Loudon Wainwright III

Directed by Tim Burton

Hold onto your hats, fellas, because "Big Fish" isn't your average fairy tale.

It's a wild, heartwarming ride through a tall-tale-spinning dad's life, packed with talking catfish, giant women, and adventures so crazy you'll need a double take.

Will, the son, just wants the truth about his dad, Edward Bloom, but Edward loves a good embellishment!

Is he a lovable liar or a legend in the making?

Don't be fooled by the fantastical fish and fire-breathing bears — "Big Fish" tells a real story about father-son bonds, facing mortality, and the stories we tell ourselves and each other. It's a tearjerker with laugh-out-loud moments, leaving you questioning: what's true, what's embellished, and does it even matter?

Just like a good fairy tale, it reminds us that the most extraordinary adventures are often the ones we share with the people we love, even if they come with a few tall tales along the way.

Prepare to ask yourself: would you rather have the boring truth or a legendary father who lives life large?

Ella Enchanted (2004)

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Rotten tomatoes51%
iMBD53
Metacritic6.3
Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway

Hugh Dancy

Hugh Dancy

Cary Elwes

Cary Elwes

Vivica A. Fox

Vivica A. Fox

Joanna Lumley

Joanna Lumley

Jimi Mistry

Jimi Mistry

Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan

Aidan McArdle

Aidan McArdle

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum

Jim Carter

Jim Carter

Jennifer Higham

Jennifer Higham

Parminder Nagra

Parminder Nagra

Directed by Tommy O'Haver

"Ella Enchanted" is a spunky fairy tale where the princess fights back!

Cursed with obedience, Ella can't say no, even to the most ridiculous commands (imagine washing dishes with your socks on... ew!).

But this quirky heroine won't let a little magic dictate her destiny.

Anne Hathaway is a sparkling Ella, juggling awkward dances with Prince Charm and hilarious escapades with her fairy godmother. Don't be fooled by the singing squirrels and enchanted castles, though — this film explores themes of self-acceptance, standing up for what's right, and proving that true beauty lies within.

"Ella Enchanted" garnered praise for its humor, charming performances, and strong female lead. Still, some critics found the story and visuals dated and lacking depth. It's a film that seems to resonate more with audiences than with some critics, offering a unique take on the classic fairy tale trope with witty dialogue and a relatable heroine.

It's a charming reminder that even princesses can rewrite their own happily ever afters.

Who knows, you might even find yourself humming "Somebody To Love" by the end!

Corpse Bride (2005)

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Rotten tomatoes84%
iMBD83
Metacritic7.4
Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

Helena Bonham Carter

Helena Bonham Carter

Emily Watson

Emily Watson

Tracey Ullman

Tracey Ullman

Paul Whitehouse

Paul Whitehouse

Joanna Lumley

Joanna Lumley

Albert Finney

Albert Finney

Richard E. Grant

Richard E. Grant

Christopher Lee

Christopher Lee

Michael Gough

Michael Gough

Jane Horrocks

Jane Horrocks

Enn Reitel

Enn Reitel

Directed by Tim Burton

"Corpse Bride" whisks you into a stop-motion wonderland where dead folks sing, skeleton waiters tap-dance, and love blooms beyond the grave!

Johnny Depp voices Victor, a nervous groom who accidentally gets married to a dead bride, Emily.

Talk about awkward wedding nights. 😅

But Emily isn't your typical rotting ghoul. She's funny, passionate, and secretly kind of lonely. Victor grapples with living people vs. dead people drama, facing singing maggots and skeleton parties that would make you want to boogie down. Their unconventional romance is the film's heart, a reminder that love can blossom in unexpected places, even beneath the earth.

The stop-motion animation is breathtaking, with every frame bursting with detail and gothic whimsy. The music, by Danny Elfman, is catchy and haunting, perfectly capturing the film's playful macabre vibe.

"Corpse Bride" tackles the themes of death, acceptance, and the importance of living life to the fullest!

So, dim the lights and prepare to be spellbound by this stop-motion masterpiece.

Stardust (2007)

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Rotten tomatoes77%
iMBD66
Metacritic7.6
Claire Danes

Claire Danes

Charlie Cox

Charlie Cox

Michelle Pfeiffer

Michelle Pfeiffer

Robert De Niro

Robert De Niro

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller

Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais

Jason Flemyng

Jason Flemyng

Mark Strong

Mark Strong

Ian McKellen

Ian McKellen

Peter O'Toole

Peter O'Toole

Rupert Everett

Rupert Everett

Sarah Alexander

Sarah Alexander

Directed by Matthew Vaughn

Let's dive into "Stardust," a modern fairy tale spun from pure magic.

Imagine falling for a star, literally!

That's what happens to Tristan, a village lad who promises his crush a fallen star from the mysterious land beyond their wall. His quest explodes into a whirlwind of talking pixies, sassy witches, and even a flamboyant pirate captain played by none other than Robert De Niro!

This film isn't your stuffy old fairy tale, though.

It's a laugh-out-loud rom-com with epic fantasy sprinkled on top. Claire Danes shines as Yvaine, the star-fallen beauty, and Charlie Cox is the charmingly goofy Tristan. They stumble from talking storms to exploding pumpkins, leaving you giggling one minute and breathless with wonder the next.

Sure, some CGI effects haven't aged like pixie wine, but "Stardust" still casts a shimmering spell. It's a reminder that adventure awaits just beyond the wall, and sometimes, the greatest treasures are found in the most unexpected places.

Did I mention there's also a singing unicorn?

Just trust me, this film is pure, unadulterated fun.

Enchanted (2007)

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Rotten tomatoes93%
iMBD75
Metacritic7.1
Amy Adams

Amy Adams

Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey

James Marsden

James Marsden

Timothy Spall

Timothy Spall

Idina Menzel

Idina Menzel

Rachel Covey

Rachel Covey

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon

Julie Andrews

Julie Andrews

Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Emma Rose Lima

Teala Dunn

Teala Dunn

Directed by Kevin Lima

Can you imagine a Disney princess plopped in Times Square, singing squirrels in Central Park, and a prince charming in a pinstriped suit?

That's the hilarious, heartwarming twist of "Enchanted!"

Amy Adams shines as Giselle, a princess plucked from the cartoon Andalasia, plopped in gritty New York. Imagine squirrels charmed into scrubbing your apartment or squirrels plotting your demise — this film has it all!

Prepare for catchy tunes that'll stick in your head like a talking chipmunk and jokes that poke fun at Disney tropes while still warming your heart.

Giselle's fish-out-of-water adventures remind us that true love isn't just about glass slippers but facing reality — even if it means taxi-hopping in a wedding dress.

Is it perfect? Maybe not, but this film is a love letter to Disney classics, sprinkled with clever winks and hilarious parodies. It's not just nostalgia. "Enchanted" rewrites the damsel-in-distress trope, making Giselle a bubbly ray of sunshine who melts even the coldest hearts.

So, be ready for a modern fairytale with a healthy dose of New York sass!

Coraline (2009)

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Rotten tomatoes90%
iMBD80
Metacritic7.7
Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning

Teri Hatcher

Teri Hatcher

Jennifer Saunders

Jennifer Saunders

Dawn French

Dawn French

Keith David

Keith David

Ian McShane

Ian McShane

John Hodgman

John Hodgman

Robert Bailey Jr.

Robert Bailey Jr.

Aankha Neal

Hannah Kaiser

George Selick

Harry Selick

Directed by Henry Selick

Buckle up for a button-eyed adventure because "Coraline" isn't your average fairy tale. It's a stop-motion wonderland where buttons watch your every move, mice talk in riddles, and the Other Mother wants to be your... well, everything's not quite right in the Other World. 😜

What's going on?

Caroline, a curious eleven-year-old, stumbles through a tiny door in her new house and finds a seemingly perfect version of everything she hates about her real life. But beware, the Other Mother's smiles hide teeth like sewing needles, and her button eyes spy on every move.

Coraline soon realizes paradise has a price, and it's her bravery and quick thinking that'll get her back home… alive.

This isn't a sugar-coated story.

"Coraline" throws creepy crawlies, unsettling shadows, and spine-tingling moments your way. But it's also bursting with imaginative visuals, witty dialogue, and a heroine who faces her fears head-on — and with a sassy talking cat by her side!

It's a modern fairy tale that reminds us things aren't always what they seem.

Let's see if you have the courage to face the Other Mother with "Coraline." You might just discover your own inner bravery along the way!

Black Swan (2010)

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Rotten tomatoes85%
iMBD79
Metacritic8
Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

Vincent Cassel

Vincent Cassel

Barbara Hershey

Barbara Hershey

Winona Ryder

Winona Ryder

Benjamin Millepied

Benjamin Millepied

Ksenia Solo

Ksenia Solo

Kristina Anapau

Kristina Anapau

Janet Montgomery

Janet Montgomery

Sebastian Stan

Sebastian Stan

Toby Hemingway

Toby Hemingway

Sergio Torrado

Sergio Torrado

Directed by Darren Aronofsky

"Black Swan" isn't your typical ballet flick — think pointe shoes dipped in a psychological thriller!

Natalie Portman shines as Nina, a ballerina so obsessed with landing the lead role in "Swan Lake," that the lines between reality and her dark, seductive character blur. Feathers fly, mirrors warp, and sanity gets sacrificed at the altar of artistic perfection.

Don't be fooled by the tutus and graceful pirouettes.

This film dives into the underbelly of ambition, exploring the crushing pressure performers face and the thin line between dedication and obsession. It's a psychological rollercoaster that twists and turns like a swan fouetté, leaving you breathless and questioning how far you'd go for your dreams.

While some found it disturbing and intense, others praised its raw performances, stunning visuals, and exploration of the dark side of artistic passion. It's definitely not for everyone, but "Black Swan" is a modern tale that pushes the boundaries of fairy tales.

Step into this psychologically twisted masterpiece — just be prepared for a wild ride that might leave you feeling a little… off-balance.

Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)

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Rotten tomatoes49%
iMBD57
Metacritic6.1
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart

Chris Hemsworth

Chris Hemsworth

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron

Sam Claflin

Sam Claflin

Ian McShane

Ian McShane

Ray Winstone

Ray Winstone

Nick Frost

Nick Frost

Noah Huntley

Noah Huntley

Toby Jones

Toby Jones

Eddie Marsan

Eddie Marsan

Lily Cole

Lily Cole

Rachael Stirling

Rachael Stirling

Directed by Rupert Sanders

Forget poisoned apples; this Snow White packs a punch!

"Snow White and the Huntsman" flips the fairy tale on its head, turning the Huntsman into a battle-hardened warrior and Snow White into a fierce fighter who trains with trolls and throws axes like a pro.

Charlize Theron steals the show as the evil Ravenna, a queen obsessed with beauty and immortality. Her magic mirrors are creepy cool, and her icy powers will give you chills. But don't underestimate Kristen Stewart's Snow White — she's fierce, determined, and ready to reclaim her kingdom.

This epic battle is packed with action, stunning visuals, and surprising twists that'll leave you guessing.

While some critics found the plot predictable and the characters clichéd, others praised its fresh take on the fairy tale and its strong performances, particularly from Charlize Theron.

Despite the mixed reception, "Snow White and the Huntsman" was a box office success and remains a visually stunning and action-packed reimagining of the classic tale.

"Snow White and the Huntsman" redefines the genre, showing that princesses can be warriors, huntsmen can be heroes, and sometimes, the real magic lies in facing your fears and fighting for what's right.

Into the Woods (2014)

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Rotten tomatoes71%
iMBD69
Metacritic5.9
Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt

Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick

Chris Pine

Chris Pine

Daniel Huttlestone

Daniel Huttlestone

Tracey Ullman

Tracey Ullman

James Corden

James Corden

Christine Baranski

Christine Baranski

Lilla Crawford

Lilla Crawford

Mackenzie Mauzy

Mackenzie Mauzy

Billy Magnussen

Billy Magnussen

Richard Glover

Richard Glover

Directed by Rob Marshall

"Into the Woods" twists classic tales into a dark, witty musical adventure.

It's a twisted family reunion where Cinderella, Jack (of beanstalk fame), Little Red Riding Hood, and the Baker and his Wife all get tangled in a wicked witch's quest for wishes.

These woods are full of moral dilemmas and unexpected consequences. Each character faces their desires and fears, learning that wishes come with a price and happily-ever-afters aren't always guaranteed.

Meryl Streep steals the show as the deliciously wicked witch, and the cast belts out Sondheim's catchy tunes with gusto. The story weaves familiar fairy tales with a modern twist, making you question what it means to be good, what truly matters, and whether happily-ever-afters are possible.

So, step into these dark woods with your own basket of wishes!

The Age of Adaline (2015)

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Rotten tomatoes55%
iMBD51
Metacritic7.2
Blake Lively

Blake Lively

Michiel Huisman

Michiel Huisman

Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford

Ellen Burstyn

Ellen Burstyn

Kathy Baker

Kathy Baker

Amanda Crew

Amanda Crew

Lynda Boyd

Lynda Boyd

Hugh Ross

Hugh Ross

Richard Harmon

Richard Harmon

Fulvio Cecere

Fulvio Cecere

Anjali Jay

Anjali Jay

Hiro Kanagawa

Hiro Kanagawa

Directed by Lee Toland Krieger

You live forever, young and radiant, while everyone around you ages.

Sounds dreamy, right?

"The Age of Adaline" throws a curveball on that fantasy!

Blake Lively stuns as Adaline, cursed (or blessed?) with immortality after a freak accident. She watches decades fly by, lovers age and fade, leaving her forever frozen in her 29-year-old prime. It's a quirky time-hopping adventure, but the real magic lies in its exploration of life, love, and the bittersweet passage of time.

Adaline tries to blend in, building new lives and hiding her secret, but the true connection always eludes her. The fear of losing loved ones weighs heavy, making intimacy a terrifying gamble.

Can she ever find lasting love or happiness when eternity stretches before her, an endless desert of goodbyes?

The film weaves philosophical questions with breathtaking visuals and a poignant romance.

It's not all sunshine and roses, though. Critics found the pacing a bit slow at times, and some wished for a deeper dive into the emotional toll of immortality. But "The Age of Adaline" remains a thought-provoking, visually stunning modern fairy tale that will make you cherish life's fleeting moments, laugh, and maybe shed a tear or two.

If you lived forever, how would you define love and happiness?

The Shape of Water (2017)

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Rotten tomatoes92%
iMBD87
Metacritic7.3
Sally Hawkins

Sally Hawkins

Doug Jones

Doug Jones

Michael Shannon

Michael Shannon

Richard Jenkins

Richard Jenkins

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer

Michael Stuhlbarg

Michael Stuhlbarg

David Hewlett

David Hewlett

Nick Searcy

Nick Searcy

Stewart Arnott

Stewart Arnott

Nigel Bennett

Nigel Bennett

Lauren Lee Smith

Lauren Lee Smith

Martin Roach

Martin Roach

Directed by Guillermo del Toro

"The Shape of Water" is a modern fairy tale where love blooms in the most unexpected place: a high-security government lab.

Yes, a lab!

Elisa, a mute woman working as a cleaner, forms an extraordinary bond with a captured amphibian creature. Their connection transcends language, sparking a beautiful, impossible romance that challenges society's norms.

But can they survive the secrets, lies, and prejudice that threaten to tear them apart?

Guillermo del Toro delivers a visually stunning, emotionally resonant story that redefines beauty, celebrates difference, and proves love can blossom in the most unlikely places.

Dive into this heartwarming tale of a mute woman, a misunderstood creature, and the power of love that transcends all boundaries!

Upgrade (2018)

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Rotten tomatoes88%
iMBD67
Metacritic7.5
Logan Marshall-Green

Logan Marshall-Green

Betty Gabriel

Betty Gabriel

Harrison Gilbertson

Harrison Gilbertson

Melanie Vallejo

Melanie Vallejo

Benedict Hardie

Benedict Hardie

Linda Cropper

Linda Cropper

Simon Maiden

Simon Maiden

Steve Danielsen

Steve Danielsen

Richard Cawthorne

Richard Cawthorne

Christopher Kirby

Christopher Kirby

Abby Craden

Abby Craden

Richard Anastasios

Richard Anastasios

Directed by Leigh Whannell

"Upgrade" isn't your grandma's happily ever after!

This dark, adrenaline-pumping ride blends high-tech sci-fi with twisted revenge, reminding us that magic sometimes comes with a motherboard. Think 'Pinocchio' getting a 'Terminator' upgrade and unleashing his fury on the villains who messed with his life.

Logan Marshall-Green smolders as Grey, a dude paralyzed and widowed in a brutal mugging. But instead of a fairy godmother, he gets STEM, a badass AI chip implanted in his spine. Suddenly, he's bionic, kicking butt, and cracking wise like a sarcastic superhero.

The action is brutal, balletic, and strangely hilarious — it's like Jackie Chan meets RoboCop with a wicked sense of humor. 😂

Is it a fairytale?

Not exactly… there's no glass slipper, but there are moral quandaries about tech and vengeance.

Is Grey in control, or is STEM pulling the strings? And can you ever get true justice without crossing a line? "Upgrade" isn't afraid to ask the tough questions while keeping you glued to the screen with twists, turns, and wicked fight scenes.

So, if you're looking for a modern fairytale with a tech twist, prepare to be upgraded!

Onward (2020)

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Rotten tomatoes88%
iMBD61
Metacritic7.4
Tom Holland

Tom Holland

Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer

Mel Rodriguez

Mel Rodriguez

Kyle Bornheimer

Kyle Bornheimer

Lena Waithe

Lena Waithe

Ali Wong

Ali Wong

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Tracey Ullman

Tracey Ullman

Wilmer Valderrama

Wilmer Valderrama

John Ratzenberger

John Ratzenberger

Directed by Dan Scanlon

Last but not least, "Onward" delivers!

Two elf brothers, Ian and Barley, ditch the self-driving unicorns and embark on a quest to resurrect their dad with... a magic spell from the internet? (What?!)

Buckle up for a hilarious, tech-tinged fairytale gone rogue!

It's like Aladdin found Siri, but instead of wishes, it's reviving Dad. Think quest fails on a quest app, with side quests like Manticore moms and Centaur cops!

Onward asks: can tech bring back magic, and at what cost?

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt bring bro-tastic banter, and Octavia Spencer roars as Laurel — Mom on a mission.

Critics cried, "Pixar magic!" But some felt the pacing was like a dial-up connection.

Did it reach you?

Dive into Onward and let us know!

A Word

Whew!

Diving into these modern fairy tales is like tumbling down a rabbit hole — each one wilder than the last.

From brave princesses battling dragons to lonely brides finding love in the underworld, these stories remind me that magic and adventure aren't just for dusty old books. They're woven into the fabric of our world, waiting to be discovered in unexpected places.

So… this was my take on the best modern-day fairy tales.

Let me know if you like it!

And don't forget to quest for your own modern-day fairy tale.

Who knows, maybe it's hiding right around the corner!

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