One thing that should be noted would be that Cinderella II is comprised of three short stories about Cinderella and her friends. The main storyline that ties the three stories together would be that Cinderella's mice friends are working to make a story for Cinderella. The first short story is about Cinderella's adjustment to palace life, the second is about Cinderella's mouse friend Jaq wanting to be of greater help to Cinderella, and the third features Cinderella's stepsister Anastasia, who falls in love with a Baker. I like the part where the mice marvel at Anastasia falling in love and Cinderella comments that anyone can fall in love.
The stories themselves are fairly watchable, and the voice cast does a good job at bringing the characters to life. Jennifer Hale and Tress MacNeille give a decent performance as Cinderella and Anastasia respectively. Susanne Blakeslee also does well as Cinderella's stepmother Lady Tremaine, who forbids her Anastasia's relationship with the Baker. However, Blakeslee really brings out the evil side of the character in the next sequel, Cinderella III: A Twist in Time.