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Banished by an evil queen, Princess Giselle (Amy Adams) from a fairy-tale world lands in modern Manhattan, where music, magic and "happily ever after" are sorely lacking. She is adrift in this strange new place until a divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey) comes to her aid. Giselle begins to fall for her flawed benefactor, but the storybook romance gets complicated when a prince from her world comes to rescue her.

Amy Adams Princess Giselle
Patrick Dempsey Robert
James Marsden Prince Edward
Timothy Spall Nathaniel
Idina Menzel Nancy
Rachel Covey Morgan
Susan Sarandon Queen Narissa
Julie Andrews The Narrator

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Dec 05, 2007 - Michael Phillips | Tribune movie critic

"Enchanted" is a contraption redeemed by a delightful leading performance. The world may not have needed another attempt to cash in on all things princess-y, but Amy Adams, per the old "Mary Tyler Moore Show" theme song, takes a (potentially) nothing day and suddenly makes it all seem worthwhile. Like Marlo Thomas in "That Girl," she's diamonds, daisies, snowflakes, chestnuts, rainbows and springtime. Yes, and springtime.

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Jan 09, 2008 - mtvu on Enchanted

Dec 27, 2007 - vicaya on Enchanted

Top notch acting and story-telling. I'd recommend to my daughter, as it encourages her to fall for rich guys with a platinum card to save the day, instead of starving artists. Oh, if you want to be a career woman who's romantic at heart, the chance of finding/keeping your prince charming is zilch unless you count fairly tales, literally.

Bravo, Disney for the enchanting messages. I smell Oscars.

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Dec 16, 2007 - pobrien on Enchanted
Original, entertaining, family friendly, and warm hearted

I haven't felt like this after a movie in a long time. My wife was smiling ear to ear having sat through an enjoyable, well written, innovative story and film. This is a great role for Dempsey and Amy Adams is a fabulous lead, I'm not familiar with her work but loved her here. Well done Disney!

Dec 10, 2007 - risumonki9 on Enchanted
Younger kids still prefer animation.

I took three 7 year olds to watch this movie. They were extremely engaged at the beginning of the movie when the movie was animated. Then they became restless. The rest of the story didn't catch much of their attention. Perhaps the movie touched on topics that they didn't understand yet?

Anyway, halfway through the movie you could tell all of the younger kids in the theater weren't paying attention anymore. I had one kid who kept asking me what time it was.

After the movie one of the kids asked me why the Princess made certain choices. How was I suppose to explain the Princess' decisions? Hrm.

I don't recommend this movie for kids younger than 7 (around 2nd grade), unless if you're kid is extremely knowledgeable about the "real world." And I don't recommend watching this movie with a theater full of kids, it's distracting! I didn't get to fully enjoy the movie, but maybe that's because I missed a good chunk because one of my kids needed to go to the bathroom...

I suppose if I was watching this movie by myself, I would have actually had a chance to enjoy the music.

The movie is everything you expect in a Disney movie. It's just like a children's fairy tale, minus the animation, and adding a touch of reality.

Dec 03, 2007 - ethan on Enchanted
Not transcendent, but close

Amy Adams makes this movie. Her acting allows you suspension of disbelief that she really is a fairy-tale princess, even in a live-action movie filmed in New York. She's that good -- Oscar good. She is ably supported by an excellent script and awesome acting from James Marsden (the prince), Patrick Dempsey (her real-world love), and Idina Menzel (Nancy, Dempsey's daughter). I was less impressed with Timothy Spall, and Susan Sarandon isn't given much to work with, other than some scenery to chew. The Prince gets the single best line in the movie, and his combination of perfect looks and perfect attitude kept me chortling, "where did they find this guy?" I never asked that question about Adams however - it's clear that they found her in a fairy tale.

Dec 02, 2007 - ashkar.2 on Enchanted
Greatest movie I've seen in a long time.

This movie is perfect. Hilarious, beautiful, romantic, suspenseful, and Disney. It is a true Disney film with a true heart. The film begins with a completely overdone almost mocking, satirical version of the Sleeping Beauty/Snow White princess films and stays true to that feeling throughout the film. The film really wants you to laugh at it not always with it which is really refreshing. I'm glad to see Disney poke fun at itself which doesn't usually happen. The cast is great and Prince Charming is so unbelievably beautiful. Perfect for dates, friends, family, and alone time with yourself. :)

Nov 26, 2007 - allie on Enchanted
How Will She Know?

Another catchy pop song that will live in my head for the next year or so, judging from the longevity of the Timon and Pumba duet from "Lion King".

Fun movie. Amy Adams is perfect as Giselle. Why her character falls for Eyeore-ish Dempsey didn't ring true for me.

Nov 26, 2007 - rpearlman on Enchanted
Good movie for kids...

I took my 8, 6 and 2 year old boys to see this movie over the weekend. It was entertaining for all 3 of them, and they walked out saying they really liked the movie.

The pace was pretty good -- with only a few slow parts. And, the story was nice (though predictable for adults.)

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