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The Blu-ray edition of Enchanted is packed with special features including the exclusive-to-Blu-ray "D-Files," which highlight the multitude of references to other classic Disney films with an interactive trivia game that's fun for all ages. Much more engaging than your typical pop-up facts, this feature punctuates the action in the film with interactive questions: Which classic Disney film inspired the soap bubble? The coach scenes? What Disney song inspired the "Happy Working Song?" Which Disney films feature evil stepmothers? Correct answers earn viewers bonus interview footage with director Kevin Lima, songwriter Alan Menken, lyricist Stephen Schwarz, stars Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey, and a host of others as well as side by side comparisons of scenes from classic Disney movies and Enchanted. Other bonus features include a 17-minute exploration of the technical issues involved in the three biggest scenes in the movie; highlighting the challenges of combining multiple disciplines like CGI, live-action, casting animals and children, visual effects, and the choreography of a huge variety of dancers, skaters, and stilt-walkers in one film and, often, in a single scene. The animated, pop-up adventure "Pip's Predicament" illustrates Pip's behind-the-scenes role in leading the Prince out of Andalasia into New York and is sure to captivate young children. Two minutes of bloopers, six deleted scenes, and the Carrie Underwood music video "Ever After" round out the special features. --Tami Horiuchi
Disney Princesses on DVD
- 1080p high definition
- English Dolby TrueHD (48kHz/24-bit), English, French, and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1
- The D-Files: Discover all the hidden references to classic Disney films in this fun and rewarding challenge
- Deleted scenes
- Three behind-the-scenes featurettes
- Pip's Predicament: A Pop-Up Adventure
- Carrie Underwood music video: Ever Ever After
Top Customer Reviews
Some day we'll meet again
And away to his castle we'll go
To be happy forever I know
(Lyrics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Some Day my Prince Will Come)
"Enchanted" begins in an animated land named Andalasia, with a young girl named Giselle (Amy Adams) meeting the prince of her dreams, Prince Edward (James Marsden) and preparing to live happily ever after. Andalasia, and large parts of the movie are based on a combination of the Disney worlds of Snow White, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, so of course you can count on the appearance of an evil stepmother-wicked witch (Susan Sarandon) to put an end to all the wretched happiness.
As soon as Giselle comes within striking distance of the castle on her wedding day, the witch (disguised as an old hag) zaps her into another world where "happily ever afters" and true love apparently haven't existed for years - present day Manhattan.
Switching to live action, Giselle tries to understand the New York state of mind, and falls into the arms of a McDreamy guy named Robert (I don't have to tell you who the actor is, now do I?) While Giselle begins getting acclimatized and introduces herself to the local wildlife, a rescue party from Andalasia also uses the Manhattan transfer, and soon the streets of New York are stormed by a CGI chipmunk, a prince in search of his missing damsel, and a henchman with a funny accent (Timothy Spall).
If you're a fan of fairy tales, and in particular Disney tales, you'll love the little touches like poisoned apples in the Big Apple, Beauty & the Beast ballroom dancing and glass slippers, but this updated magical, musical, funny fairy tale will be a treat for the whole family.
A definite "YES" for family entertainment, and one you probably should buy when it comes out on DVD. Rated: 4.5 stars
Amanda Richards, December 2, 2007
The film begins as a typical classic Disney animated film would; Julie Andrews narrates the story of Prince Edward (James Marsden) from Andalasia, who must find his true love to marry, and his evil stepmother Narissa (Susan Sarandon), who does not want to step down from her throne and will do whatever she can to thwart Edward's search. Enter Giselle (Amy Adams), a maiden of the forest with plenty of animal friends. She too is searching for her true love, and through song and fate, Edward & Giselle meet, fall in love, but are separated by Narissa, who sends Giselle out of the toon world and into the harsh reality of present day New York City. While Edward and Giselle attempt to reunite, a hardened divorce attorney, Robert (Patrick Dempsey) & his daughter attempt to help her along the way. Giselle's positive attitude and belief in true love has a profound effect on Robert, who has apparently been embittered by his own divorce (what actually happened to his first wife is somewhat nebulous, and basically left open for interpretation).Read more ›
But Edward's evil stepmother--Queen Narissa (voiced by Susan Sarandon)--refuses to give up the throne and vows to stop the wedding. Disguised as an old hag, she lures Giselle to a magical well and pushes her in. The well is actually a kind of inter-dimensional portal between Andalasia and our world, and according to Narissa, it's a place, "where there are no happily ever afters." Giselle emerges from a manhole in the middle of New York City. Amidst the confusing, frightening hustle and bustle of everyday living--in which people are rude, conniving, and fast-paced--a now-live action Giselle bumps into divorce attorney Robert Philip (Patrick Dempsey) and his six-year-old daughter, Morgan (Rachel Covey).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is such an adorable movie! If you are a Disney fan of classic fairytales, you will love this fairytale come to life!Published 20 hours ago by R&B
Both the 9-to girl and the 6-yo boy really enjoyed it, and they picked up on the throw-backs to the other fairy tales.Published 1 day ago by Philadelphia
I already own this movie but I bought it for a friend that has never seen it. I think all the actors did an amazing job.Published 3 days ago by Jeanne Cantrell
I don't gravitate to princess movies but this one was well done. There's something for kiddos and adults to both love about this movie. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
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the gentleman is named Matt Servitto
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Can't any Amazon shoppers read? Yes, Javier it plainly says Spanish subtitles. Pay attention and you won't have to ask embarrassing questions like this one.
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no, just Idina Menzel was in Wicked.
Mar 18, 2008 by Jaime | See all 4 posts
Disc details are usually wrong or incomplete on Amazon. According to High-Def Digest, it has English subtitles: http://bluray.highdefdigest.com
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