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  • Enchanted begins in the animated fairytale land of Andalasia where the charming and perky Giselle (Amy Adams) instantly captures the heart of the dashing Prince Edward (James Marsden).

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  • The best scene is where Nathaniel Timothy Spall, who played Peter Pettigrew in the Harry Potter movies, a gardner back in Andalasia and a not-so-typical evil henchman, ask Prince Edward if he likes himself.

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  • Enchanted is about Giselle Amy Adams of Junebug, a maiden from the animated magic kingdom of Andalasia, and her adventures in New York City.

    At the Movies: Enchanted

  • Giselle (Adams), a fair maiden, loves living in the magical world of Andalasia, where dreams come true and happily-ever-after endings are as plentiful as blades of grass.

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  • Director Kevin Lima and writer Bill Kelly used animation to create the world of Andalasia, with the classical Disney princess character.

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  • Meanwhile Pip, who can talk in Andalasia but has to resort to charades in Manhattan, tells Prince Edward where Giselle has gone, and naturally he and Pip come after her, and the Queen sends Nathanial to make sure he does not succeed.

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  • Nevertheless, despite her crazy appearance and obvious (to anyone who does not know about Andalasia) mental illness, he takes Giselle into his home (probably because she is a major babe --- hot, hot, hot).

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  • The Proposal, 27 Dresses), one assume they'll undo "happily ever after" and force Giselle to make some traumatic choice between New York and Andalasia.

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