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Enchanted 2007

A classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day New York City in a story about a fairytale princess who is sent to our world by an evil queen. Soon after her arrival, Princess Giselle begins to change her views on life and love after meeting a handsome lawyer. Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world...

Release Date:
November 21, 2007
107 min
John Farrer, Luis Salgado, Jeff Bennett, Fred Tatasciore, John Rothman, James Marsden, Tibor Feldman, Elli, Nicky Figueredo, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Peter Conboy, Don Abernathy, Julie Andrews, Wilbur Pauley, Amy Adams, Susan Sarandon, Robert Bizik, Timothy Spall, Margaret Travolta, Matt Servitto, Edward M. Kelahan, Kevin Cannon, Dawn Noel Pignuola, Jodi Benson, Adesola A. Osakalumi, Sandra Park, Khetanya Henderson, Paul Thornton, Jeff Watson, Paige O'Hara, Olivia Cipolla, Danny Mastrogiorgio, Roy William Gardner, Keith Moyer, Jonathan Aldridge, Hristo Hristov, Racheline Maltese, Judy Kuhn, Steven Weisz, Tonya Pinkins, Joseph Siravo, Emma Rose Lima, Loukas Papas, Ralph Nader, Oscar Campisi, Patrick Dempsey, Raymond Ramos, Vicky Lambert, Dan Weltner, Christopher Maggi, Rachel Mower, Paul Klementowicz, Helen Stenborg, Eric Hoffman, Samantha Ivers, Elizabeth Mathis, Isabella Zubor, Ted Yudain, Idina Menzel, Rachel Covey, Kevin Lima, Teala Dunn, Courtney Williams, William Huntley, Edmund Lyndeck, Muriel Kuhn, Marilyn Sue Perry, Marlon Saunders, Michaela Conlin, Cathleen Trigg, Canedy Knowles, Lillian Lifflander, Matte Osian, Tony Machine, Jon McLaughlin, Anita Keal, Kater Gordon, Raymond W. Abbiw, Veronica Archul, Jonathan Arons, Simone Assboeck, Dimitre Atanasov, Judy Ayres, Kathleen Banovich, Barbara G. Barclay, Nicole Barth, Margery Beddow, Carol Bentley, Tom Berklund, Heather Berman, Tetyana Bilych, Timothy Bish, Corey Bradley, Lee Van Bradley, Adrian Brian, Lou Brock, Vitalii Buza, Michelle Aguilar Camaya, Christa Capone, Iresol Cardona, Marcus Choi, Angel G. Clemente, Jason Colacino, Keltie Colleen, Rachel B. Coppola, Kristine Covillo, Leonard J. Coyne, Evan Crook, James Cunneen, Paul Daggett, Jennifer Thomas Damalas, Bill Davies, Richard Diaz, James Du Chateau, Joey Dudding, Hilary Elliot, Harvey Evans, Charles Fetta, Michael Fielder, Paul Frolov, Linda Gammon, Gabriela Garcia, Ingrid Gartner, Charles Goddertz, Aaron Hamilton, Jules Helm, Barbara Hendel Coyne, Cynthia Henn, Seymour Hewitt, Bonnie Herbert Diaz, Betina Hershey, Linda Rose Iennaco, Ruth Taveras, Marc Inniss, Joan Jaffe, Sydney James, Anna Kaiser, Violetta Klimczewska, Joseph Knebel, Joey Lauren Koch, Jacey Lambros, Susan Lehman, Sarah Lewis, Kenneth Ley, George Marcy, Michelle Marmolejo, Natalie Mavor, Angelina McCoy, Richard McMurrich, Gilberto Melesio, Marina Micalizzi, Bert Michaels, Thomasz Mielnicki, Mayumi Miguel, Nell Mooney, Shannon Moore, Eric Neumann, Michelle Officer, Lance Olds, Don Percassi, Jerry Petardi, Heather Gehring Plotkin, Donna Marie Portelli, Caity Quinn, Amir Raissi, Cristina Ram, Elizabeth Ramos, Kelvin Roche, Christopher Rodrick, Raymond Rodriguez, Alys Schaefer, Tony Scheppler, Barbara Schmidt, Paul J. Schmidt, Thomas Schneider, Nia-Imani E. Scriven, Carlos Sierra Lopez, Solomon Singer, Patrick Taverna, Mic Thompson, Rafael Tillis, Latonya Tolbert, Rainer Trubere, Regine Urbach, Vanessa Villalobos, Snejana Urbin, Robert Vance, Mayte Vicens, Kim Villanueva, Rolando Morales-Matos, Iba Fitzgerald, Fatima Alonzo, Austin Applegate, Lothar Beer, Jessica Blandino, Joeann Boyd, Alex Blake, Richard Branker, Tyrone Brown, Augustin Bustamante, Leonel Cruz, Afferina English, Robert Fabien, Shandra Fallen, Raphael Gibbs, James E. Graseck, Pinkney Grissom, Kenneth Harry, Michael Hashim, Desmond Hill, Amelia Höy, Ferdinand Huber, Tony 'Machine' Krasinski, Renita Leonce, Alexander Mattis, Nakima McEachern, Frank Miroddi, Susan Mitchell, Jose Pinto, Carlina Ramirez, Ángel Ramos, Russell Ramos, Tashawna Reid, Eganam Segbefia, Carl Slater, Harvey Thompson, Leslie Torres, Donnell Tribble, Tony Ventura, Lisa Washinton, Kevin P. Wright, Emanuele Ancorini, Thelma Gutiérrez, Shannan Leigh Reeve, Gail Yudain, Robert Sciglimpaglia, David Boston, Katharine Leonard, Matt Brockman, Vincent Petrosini, Tara Stiles, Evelyn Vaccaro ...
Comedy, Musical, Romance, Family, Adventure, Fantasy ...

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so great movie.
It's the type of film mainly small children, who their parents buy expensive Disney toys & whatnot, would like.
I hoped it would be more of a parody of these type of movies -trying to convince myself for a moment that Disney would allow it- and found it to be a bit boring and awkward.
The cast didn't have room to show their full potentials for us to enjoy -including Adams who was ideal for the role- and the story was much less interesting than expected. Also, because of all that, I caught myself getting a bit frustrated that young kids will fall in the trap of pink princesses and true love -after a day of meeting- and blah blah glitter stereotypes.
Just a Disney movie to earn some cash and brainwash their future young customers. Nothing to see here, move along.
a very nice message from this movie -->>>>> LOVE IS THE POWERFUL MAGIC.
This movie is great, its fun and sweet, mixes reality with fantasy.. very recommendable for well honestly all ages if you like a laugh and to feel good :-) Great family film!

also has the one who voiced the mermaid ariel.jodi benson.

this movie is pure enchantment.great for the kids and families.also some bits added that are from other animated films.example:snow white.

Another atempt by disney to try and regain its popularity. Disney needs to create another classic like The Sword in the Stone, or Beauty and the Beast.
"As the end draws near, "the place where there are no happily ever afters" is destined for a predictably happy ending."

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Starring Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Susan Sarandon, and Idina Menzel.
Directed by Kevin Lima. (A Goofy Movie, Tarzan, and 102 Dalmatians)
Rated PG.

"Enchanted" is for people who love Disney movies or Amy Adams. It's a very fun movie for the holidays and I can't wait to see it again! I was very happy through out the whole show! Go Amy Adams
Enchanted has been one of my most-anticipated movies of the year due simply to the fact that it's a musical. If I had known everything else involved with the movie, it would've been higher on the list. Julie Andrews as the narrator, Amy Adams as the lead, songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (yeah, just let that sink in...), and a hilarious story that spoofs the princess tales that Disney thrived on for years-it all adds up to deliver one of the most purely enjoyable movies of the year. During one of the musical numbers (there aren't many, but each one is so enjoyable) I leaned over to my friend and told her I wouldn't be surprised if, after the movie, I never stopped smiling again. It's that infectious.

The main thing helping this movie is Amy Adams' perfect performance. She is completely adorable and captures the innocence and likeablility of the most classic princesses. Her interactions with New Yorkers are laugh-out-loud hilarious, and when she sings, it's impossible not to tap your foot and laugh at the great lyrics and her able delivery. She is one of the acting highlights of the year, no doubt.

The rest of the cast is also up to par. There are a lot of big names here that are all doing their thing. It's a shame Idina Menzel doesn't get to sing and that James Marsden doesn't get too many musical oppurtunities, but they're still both great, as is Patrick Dempsey.

The movie slows down a little toward the end when the witch comes to New York, but everything works out nicely and there is the appropriate "happily ever after" ending. Now excuse me while I go listen to That's How I Know again.