The 2007 romantic fantasy “Enchanted” from Walt Disney Pictures was directed by Kevin Lima with the screenplay by Bill Kelly. Starring: Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Timothy Spall, Idina Menzel, Rachel Covey, Susan Sarandon, Julie Andrews, Jeff Bennett, Kevin Lima, Emma Rose Lima, Teala Dunn, Fred Tatasciore, Courtney Williams and William Huntley.
In this updated spin on an age-old classic tale of good versus evil, Julie Andrews narrates the fairy tale of the country of Andalasia. Where the evil Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon) is busy working to secure her place on the throne for as long as possible by preventing her step-son, Prince Edward (James Marsden) from the single women in the country so he will not marry.
meanwhile in another part of the kingdom we find Giselle (Amy Adams) who is dreaming of her true love and imagining what he would look like. In the fairy tale world of Andalasia, the animated characters help her to form a statue of her true love with the perfect pair of lips to deliver the kiss of true love since this was the most important asset in the world.
Not too far away, Prince Edward is in the country side hunting ogres with his faithful companion Nathaniel when he hears Giselle singing. Enthralled by the sound, Edward begins to find his way to her when Nathaniel abiding the Queen’s wishes sends an ogre to dispose of Giselle.
But Edward rescues her and they immediately fall in love and Edward proposes marriage. The next day when Giselle arrives at the castle, Nathaniel greets her at the door and then promptly refuses entry to Giselle’s animal friends. Giselle is approached by an old woman who is really the Queen in disguise and is tricked into going to a well where she is plunged into the heart of New York City.
Dazed and confused Giselle enters the modern world in the middle of Times Square and immediately begins trying to find her way home. But in the process she manages to have her crown stolen by a homeless man and causes an accident. When Prince Edward realizes what has happened he follows Giselle into the modern world and begins his quest to find her. But Giselle has already been rescued by Robert Phillip (Patrick Dempsey) whose daughter Morgan believes Giselle is a princess but Robert is unconvinced.