"An anti-fairy tale sadly lacking the wit or originality to lift it past the middle grade."
Standup comic, playwright, and novelist Elton (Popcorn, 1997) comes up with too little that's new to avoid the soporific in this account of lost love rekindled—to no good—among the back alleys of modern London.
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