One of my favorite movies of 2014. The characters bring such life with their voices and humor. The only problem I had was when Cinderella finally married her prince and the main characters had their babies, I thought that was it. I thought it was the perfect ending, until the conflict with the giants surfaced. It made the movie seem longer and more overdone. I understand that they had to finish the "Jack and the Bean Stock" story, but it felt as if the movie was dragging on longer than it should have.
One good thing that came out of the last half of the movie was the quote that Prince Charming said to Cinderella after she found out he had made out with the baker's wife. "I was raised to be charming, not sincere." When this was said, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Growing up, watching all the Disney princesses fall in love with their Prince you never really think about how the princes were raised in order to obtain their princess.
In the end, "Into the Woods" is an amazing movie of love, hope, happiness, and strength.