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  • I like tones highlighting happy , as they represent how much Giselle (light tones) and Robert (dark tones) see life

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      Enchanted is a film that mixes the animated world of Disney with real life. The plot focuses on Giselle (Amy Adams), a girl who awaits her prince charming as any star of Disney characters. The Prince Edward (James Marsden) is responsible for fulfilling the dreams of the girl and marry her as soon as possible. The first 15 minutes of the movie could well be considered as the basis of all the stories of Disney Princesses, with much singing and disgustingly good and cute characters.

      After choosing to marry him, Giselle goes to the castle with her white dress (made by her and her animal friends) along with a bunch of dudes, where seh rescues Pip, the squirrel. Nathaniel (Timothy Spall),

      servant of Edward’s stepmother, attempts to stop it without success. Responsible for making life impossible for Giselle is Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon) who, disguised as a typical old witch, pushes Giselle into the real world, where there are no “happy endings.

      ” Pip sees this and quickly tells Edward to go get her. For it’s part, Giselle goes to the heart of New York. By pure chance, Robert Philip (Patrick Dempsey) decided to welcome her into their apartment at night, along with his daughter (Rachel Covey).

      From now on, the film smashes the happy and friendly personality of the Disney characters (which all sing all the time, as everyone knows) to real life characters.

      I can not but be surprised by the manner ...

      • in which Amy Adams plays the typical Disney princess. His playfulness and charisma transcends the screen and, being honest, is perhaps the strongest reason that made me see the movie in the fisrs place.

        This can be summarized simply in seeing how she interprets (with a very beautiful voice, of course) Happy Working Song and That’s How You Know. I’d put a seven in her performance. In addition, Amy Adams is like physically I’ve always imagined a Disney princess, so you can imagine how much I liked it.

        On the other hand, Patrick Dempsey (best known for his role in Gray’s Anatomy) does a fabulous job representing the man who lost hope in a world of wonders. I can not help

        referring to the cast as perfect in every sense. Finally, the rest of the characters are very well marked, with the possible exception of Susan Sarandon.

        Its action, perhaps encouraged by its referent, does not convince me. I loved the colorful costumes from Giselle and in general how the director put so much shiny colors into the movie, something very Disnkey-like. I like tones highlighting “happy”, as they represent how much Giselle (light tones) and Robert (dark tones) see life.

        Musically, then, there are several songs performed by the actors. Stephen Schwartz (Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Hercules) are behind the music choice, so expect much “love”, which is anyway the main theme of the movie.

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