This musical Disney fairytale is the story of Giselle (Amy Adams) who is soon to be a princess in the fairytale world she lives in, where animals can talk and everyone lives peacefully together in bliss. Suddenly she is thrust in to the harsh reality of the human world, more specifically New York. Her views on love and life start to change as she realizes it does not always end 'happily ever after'.
A mixture of animation and live-action, features an array of references to Disney's past and present works.
Starring Patrick Dempsey, Susan Sarandon, Amy Adams and James Marsden.
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Nice film, but as mentioned by others, picture quality was from reference quality. Was also disappointed that the cover art on the page shows the pack as having a DVD included whereas the item received was a Blu-Ray only edition.
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Good but not outstanding picture quality, excellent sound and a reasonable mix of extras make for a great Blu-ray for Enchanted. You can also watch the film in a quiz mode. This is fun for a while but takes some patience to do for the entire running length, due to the loading time and interruptions.
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