the souls of her feet

mirror imag(in)e

number of the beast



Nevada can’t help being beautiful, but her father’s insecure new trophy wife takes it personally. A nerdy childhood friend comes to her aid and lets her hide from Clarissa in his frat house. Between the barbershop “Brotherhood of Greek Geeks” and the sentimental “Even Dwarves Grow Up,” Mirror Imag(in)e hovers between musical and opera and provides us a sweet new version of Snow White (in which she kicks some surgically lifted ass).

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(and yes, if you saw Sydney White and the Seven Dorks this might sound a tiny bit familiar... Disney passed on this story a few years before that came out. Not accusing. Just saying.)