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What follows is ingenious fun, as Giselle walks round very much as a fish out of water, followed quickly by James Marsdens prince who attempts to come to the rescue. Thing is, modern day New York and old style princesses dont really mix, and Enchanted studiously mines the comedy of the scenario, thanks to a smart and witty script.
What also lifts Enchanted though are the delightful tips of the hat to classics of Disney old. And were not just talking the show-stopping numbers: there are references to the likes of Beauty and the Beast, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty to be found here, and a star-making performance from Adams powering the whole film forward.
One of the very best family movies of 2007, Enchanted does occasionally stumble through the odd twee moment (and it could really use a villain with more screen time than Susan Sarandons wicked stepmother gets), but that cant hide the fact that its terrific fun, lavishly made and, at its best, quite brilliant. A modern day family classic, and great to see Disney once again delivering the kind of entertainment it excels at. --Simon Brew
I could say that I bought this for my kids, but I would be lying. I really like this film, it is what I call a feel good film. Read morePublished 10 days ago by R. Simons
I am quite a sucker for this type of film and Amy Adams in particular. It may be aimed at pre-teen children but I enjoyed it very much as a romantic comedy! Read morePublished 27 days ago by Steve
Disney hitting the mark again!
I know that Disney tend to aim their films at kids but lets be honest, we adults could do with a simple tale, well told and with plenty of... Read more
If you're down in the dumps, this film is a definite pick-me-up.
Through no fault of her own our herione is transported from fairy tale land to our land. Read more