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The merciless witch named Dellamorta put a curse on a princess when she was a child. After she is 18 years old, Rose will be thrusted by a sharp thing and the whole castle will sleep unless she is kissed by a true love. Before she turns 18, she sends her lover to 7 dwarfs. Unfortunately, he gets lost and captured by Dellamorta’s dragon. Only 7 dwarfs awake and go to save Jack to wake the princess up.
Elements from "Snow White," "Sleeping Beauty," "Tangled," "Frozen," "Happy Feet" and "Shrek" have been ineptly stitched together into a leaden film that children will enjoy about as much as lumps in their oatmeal.
The Seventh Dwarf's female characters are deplorably retrograde on both the script and design levels; they have little to do except be rescued, and Snow White is a vain, buxom sexpot whom the dwarfs leer at.