Enchanted

Enchanted
Enchanted

Year

2007

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Musicals, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Enchanted has to be the ultimate fish-out-of-water comedy, as a cartoon character enters the real world and becomes human, although she still holds onto certain characteristics from her old life, like wide-eyed innocence, the ability to organise battalions of animals, and a tendency to break into song. Amy Adams plays the beautiful Princess Giselle who, thanks to a shove from wicked Queen Narissa, suddenly ends up living in New York - and in three dimensions! A very modern fairy tale, Enchanted is delightful, hilarious and irreverent.

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PG Classification

Contains mild scary scenes and innuendo.

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