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Disenchanted: The Return of Giselle (2022): Movie Reviews

Directed by: Adam Shankmann.
With: Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, Gabriella Baldacchino, Yvette Nicole Brown.

With a screenplay by Brigitte Hales (“Once upon a time”).

Synopsis

Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) live in New York with the latter’s teenage daughter, Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino), and their newborn daughter, Sofia.
Everything seems to be going well, however, Giselle and Robert grow weary of big city life and, much to Morgan’s chagrin, decide to move to the small town of Monroeville.
There, Giselle, trying to achieve the perfect life, uses a magic wand, gifted by the kings of Andalusia (Idina Menzel and James Marsden) to achieve it, thus turning Monroeville into Monrolasia.
However, things don’t go as planned.

Critical

Sequel to the romantic fantasy “Enchanted,” the film that launched Amy Adams to stardom.

It retains sections with traditional two-dimensional designs, the parody background, the colorful aesthetic, the cartoonish accents, the multiple references to other Disney movies, the upbeat ending…but the story doesn’t have the initial success of the previous one.

disenchanted-amy-adams-review-reviewThe songs are quite annoying, the CGI is weak, and the inversion-conversion of storybook characters, here with a war of bad-malisms, is already very visible.

On top of that, James Marsden, one of the standout comedic points of the first film, is underused.

The keys to paying attention to what you want, the childhood thought of a perfect life, which does not exist, and adaptation to reality for personal satisfaction and family harmony, do not end up finding creative development.

Tokens in Aloha Picky

Amy Adams
Patrick Dempsey
James Marden

Source : BBN WORLD NEWS

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