Little girls in our nation today are devoted Disney princess fans. With the treasured favorites, such as Cinderella and Belle of Beauty and the Beast, branching out into second and third films it is not surprising that they are getting so much exposure. Ask any five year old what sort of birthday cake they want and it will typically be one of the many Disney princesses.
The dream of being a fairytale princess kissing a frog to find the handsome, dashing prince has been a dream of young girls for years. Disney took that child fantasy to a new level be bringing a fairytale to life for the big screen in Enchanted.
Enchanted is a delightful mix of cartoon characters such as Cinderella and the Evil Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. There is even a poison apple in the mix just like the movie. Disney has brought this movie to viewers in either high-definition or standard-definition. Satellite TV offers both to subscribers this month in their pay-per-view lineup.
Amy Adams plays the princess Giselle who is cast out of her fairytale world by the evil Queen Narissa, played by Susan Sarandum. The evil queen plot is to keep Giselle from marrying her son, Prince Edward played by James Marsden.
Giselle and Edward meet in the kingdom of Andalasia where they share a “true love’s kiss”. When Giselle is banished from the kingdom by the Queen she finds herself thrust into the heart of Manhattan. A divorced lawyer, played by Patrick Dempsey, and his daughter help the confused Giselle by giving her a place to stay.
Dempsey’s character, Robert, is wary of the stranger who is wandering around in a fairytale princess outfit with a naivety similar to a young child. His daughter is clearly taken by the princess and her enchanted singing.
Giselle wants desperately to return to her Prince Edward and asks for their help. The Prince finds his way to Manhattan through the magic well in Andalasia where Giselle fell into our world. He searches for his true love providing comedic relief to the movie.
This movie is an exceptional family film. Satellite TV subscribers with an HD receiver or Plus HD DVR will be have the option of seeing this pay-per-view movie in stunning high-definition with vivid colors and crystal clear picture. Satellite TV’s decision to offer the high-def version of this movie could not have been better. The satellite television provider has been noted as having the largest offering of HD content of all providers including cable. The Enchanted high-def experience is one that will transport your whole family into the world of Giselle and Robert.