I enjoyed Mirror Mirror. There I said it. It was silly and fun and made me giggle (well Julia Robert's reaction to a shirtless Armie Hammer made me giggle).
It's not going to win awards for plot, the twist on the Snow White story is an obvious one, make her a fighter rather than purely a damsel in distress but one you'd expect that in the 21st century. This is more about the evil Queen than Snow White anyway and that's as you'd expect it with Julia Roberts in the roll. And she is great but she is still Julia Roberts ie I never see her as the character just as Julia Roberts playing a character.
There was a group of kids sat behind me and they were quiet throughout which I take as an indicator that they were entertained.
Some of the fight scenes were a little stodgy and looked like they were still being rehearsed but this is a kids movie so I can forgive that.
Good light, entertaining fare that isn't going to win any awards, well maybe for costumes, loved the costumes, so I'm going to give it 65%. On IMDb it has 58% and a Metacritic score of 46%. While on Rotten Tomatoes it has 49% from critics and 53% of site visitors gave it 3.5 stars out of five or higher.