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We need a sequel and we need it now.
Honestly I can't really tell if this is wholesome or not? And I can't get into why without spoilers, but I just... A lot of weird decisions went into making Enchanted... Still a good time. Has that young & old appeal thing working for it.
When you realize that the princess took the place of Roberts soon to be wife, who was ignored through out the movie. In the end we learn that Robert, is not in love with his partner and instead in love with a sexy woman who fell out of a sewer.
I love this movie so much its absolutely delightful from beginning to end. Amy Adams is enchanting in the main role giving a flawless and believable acting performance. Patrick Dempsey is wonderful as Robert and this is his best movie ever. James Marsden is delightful as prince Edward bringing many laughs along the way. the other actors are great as well.
the romance between Giselle and Robert is just beautiful and there chemistry is amazing. the movie is funny, romantic, and utterly delightful. its a must watch movie and one of my favourites of all time.
A highly enjoyable and entertaining film! A creative take on the classic mixed with a modern twist. It was funny and has a romantic touch without being overly cheesy or cliche. Highly recommend.
This knew what it was, and it played for laughs. For that, it gets my vote as being radically funny as well as being a touching tribute to both Disney's past and present. Well worth the time spent and everyone involved should be proud.
Excellent Satire of the Disney Formula
Pretty funny but ultimately forgettable. Sadly feels like squandered potential, which I did not expect from such a basic theme.
100% Adorable! Disney meets life in the 2000's. <3
A guilty pleasure of mine.