Disenchanted Movie Review

The Cast: Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel.

Coming from a fairytale herself, Giselle knows that New York City is far from the fairytale she envisioned herself to have, and instead moving and starting a new life in Monroeville.

“Disenchanted” further shows the clash of two worlds with the mixture of teenage hormones and motherhood.

“Disenchanted” is another movie with the same concept but creates an unbreakable mother-and-daughter relationship that reverts an evil curse.

Even if their relationship is bound to be one with many flaws, Giselle and Morgan are part of a family and family may be more powerful than any kind of magic.

Written by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, the soundtrack is a heartwarming and nostalgic journey worth listening to all over again.

But the sequel further dives into the nostalgic fairytale elements that everyone has come to love.

Throughout the movie, there are subtle moments where almost every Disney movie comes back to life if only for a brief second.

“Disenchanted” takes a hold of every Disney fan’s heart and brings them on a journey infused with comedy, family, and a tight-knit community.

Watch “Disenchanted” on Disney+ on November 18th!