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I saw Disney's 'Enchanted' today and it was lovely! Amy Adams was wonderful and a perfect Disney Princess. Don't worry, I shall update my works-in-progress soon.
September 21, by Lillee Jean. Posted in Makeup Looks No Comments. You must be logged in to post a comment.
It took Disney a long time to pluck up the courage to make Enchanted. The story of an animated princess who falls foul of a wicked stepmother and finds herself in contemporary Manhattan, it is playfully self-referential, enthusiastically plundering the Disney tradition for its own comedic ends. The clincher came when he managed to persuade the company that there was a way to make the film as a love letter rather than a cynical pastiche.
The Buzz: Cartoon enchantment meets Manhattan chaos in this latest musical hit. Enchanted tells the story of Giselle Amy Adamsa princess banished from her homeland by her beloved prince's Hairspray 's James Marsden evil stepmother Susan Sarandon. The Kingdom of Andalasia is a blissful cartoon world, magical and carefree, so the exiled Princess Giselle is in for a rude awakening when she crawls out of a sewer into the manic mayhem of Manhattan.
Confession: I never saw this 10 years ago. I wanted to, it looked cute, got great reviews, and I love Amy Adams, but I never got around to it. So subversive.
This is a movie which leans heavily on the long tradition of princess-centered Disney animation. Appropriately enough, it opens with some of the first traditional animation seen in one of the studio's theatrical features in over three years. The blissfully 2-D cartoon world is Andalasia, where pretty redhead Giselle, dear friend to forest creatures, dreams of sharing true love's kiss with a charming prince that must be out there.
Amy Adams plays Giselle, a ditsy fairytale character who finds herself in the real world when wicked Queen Narissa Susan Sarandon tricks her on the day she is due to marry Prince Edward James Marsden. A clever concept, pulled off with comic aplomb — and Adams really grows on you. By Mirror. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice.