Disillusioned with life in the city, feeling out of place in suburbia, and frustrated that her happily ever after hasn’t been so easy to find, Giselle turns to the magic of Andalasia for help. Accidentally transforming the entire town into a real-life fairy tale and placing her family’s future happiness in jeopardy, she must race against time to reverse the spell and determine what happily ever after truly means to her and her family.

  • Released: 2022-12-16
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
  • Stars: Amy Adams, James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel, Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jayma Mays, Kolton Stewart, Oscar Núñez, Gabby Baldacchino, Gabriella Baldacchino, Griffin Newman
  • Director: Adam Shankman
  • nogodnomasters - 9 January 2023
    When Worlds Collide
    Giselle (Amy Adams) gets sent out of Andalasia and exiled to New York. Here she meets Robert (Patrick Dempsey) who has a daughter Morgan (Patrick Dempsey) who is now a teen and wishes her mother would stop singing all the time. Mom is still naive and has trouble with sarcasm. She was to move to Monroeville, a fairy tale suburb of New York. Things to not go well but Giselle or her family in the new town. Giselle decides to fix everything by using the wishing wand with the undesired consequences as everybody assumes their fairy tale role.

    AS typical Disney knocks it out of the park with vocals and actors, Amy Adams was marvelous in her role. They even made fun of all the singing in Disney films. The plot was not engaging for an adult.
  • mariamosama-14891 - 31 December 2022
    The Hints in the Beginning of the movie lead me to a different PLOT!!
    Robert, who rode the train over and over and over..., would get lifeless, and it would seem that he needed something "MAGICAL" to change his life.

    Morgan couldn't find a way to fit in. She seemed too ODD for the rest of the kids.

    We find out later that the Queen had an ugly kid that she kept away from the crowds.

    Giselle wanted to ease it for Robert, so she asked the " Three Gardeners" to babysit the kid.

    Morgan, who was not convinced about the provincial life, had to find her way to a new adventure where she met the ugly kid "BEAST." Giselle and Robert felt threatened by the "Queen" with kidnapping their baby girl If Morgan hadn't gone away from her son.

    That's when the 3 Gardners revealed themselves to be the three fairies. They ensured Giselle and Robert that they would take good care of the baby girl and protect her.

    The Beast became Ugly because he was unkind, something his mother never taught him.

    Morgan started to teach him kindness and giving.

    Love Power is the strongest, but love with no kindness, giving, and sharing is useless!

    Giselle and Robert believed that the Queen didn't deserve to be a mother for what she'd done to her kid.

    When life got so disappointing, Giselle had to use the wand.

    But not to change worlds, to change oneself!

    She had to use "Magic" to bring back the good memories that reminded the Queen of the Good she had inside.

    The moral of the movie will lie in How Kindness and Love can make Miracles and Wishes come true!

    And that True Magic comes from Inside.

    In the end, Robert found a way to make friends with the other passengers and enjoy their everyday ride.

    Morgan knew that all the kindness she had, she got from Giselle, remembered their good memories, and made up.

    Giselle learned that you couldn't give up who you are as long as you fight for a good cause!

    But What the movie reflected is how greedy Giselle was by first moving to another place without ensuring that Rober and Morgan are okay with it, And Secondly, when she wished to bring back her world because she missed it, not taking into consideration that Morgan missed hers as well!!

    She deserved to be a wicked stepmother!

    And that's horrible because this is not what "Enchanted" wanted to deliver!!

    Please, reconsider the movie!

    It's going to ugly places, not good ones at all!!