The chemstry between Dempsey and Adams was brill
This is my favourite film so here is a little something I decided to do. Please rate
Ballroom scene was brillant and very well done with the camera movements.
The zooming into castle at the beginning of the film was very well done as well.
The charcthers are enagaging and fun-loving
The message : Love can happen in real and fiction world was great.
The chemistry between Dempsey and Adams was very well put together . Very real and very passionate.
The close up of Dempsey and Adams on the tower was sweet.
The end credits were very creative and whoever came up with the idea of the film was also creative.
The songs are terffic.
The 2D animation was my favourite as well as the live action.
The ending was wonderful
The dialouge was great
The cast ,Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Susan Sarandon ,Idina Menzel, british man Timothy Spall, Julie Andrews and the little girl Rachel Covey were all brillant.
This film made me fall for Dempsey
Alan Menkin is a god for composing
A lot of plotholes here and there
The movie was predictiple from start to finsh
The manhole scene was very werid to me
The transformation from 2D to Live Action was kinda daft in a way but very well done.
Amy Adams was annoying yet she became likeable
Patrick Dempsey was moaning alot yet I liked him as the movie progressed.
The quick ending should change where Giselle marries Robert and open the shop besides showing Idina and James's charcthers and then to the shop scene.
The dragon scene should be more edgy like you could be yelling out DON'T DIE or YES THE DRAGON IS DEAD YIPPY.
Susan Sarandon should have been in the live action world more
Julie Andrews should have made a cameo as either Robert's mom or Giselle's mom.
They should have had a song to go with the title ENCHANTED, but Ever Ever After was perfect.
Well thats all I have to say on it but I do love the movie just the way it is. Sweet and cheesy and brought back memories for me.
The ending was sweet yet corny with the book from the beginnig of the film added to the Live Action part.