This week’s movie is a new one that is sure to be a classic in my house.


Enchanted ” is a new release on but in my home it is already a favorite. We have it already and my kids ask to watch it everyday. They love the singing and the cartoons, but they also get a kick out of her becoming real and going around New York (especially my son who recognizes some of the places as places where he lives.)

Enchanted ” is the story of a girl named Giselle who falls in love with a prince. However, before they can get married Prince Edward’s step-mother pushes her down a waterfall and into real life so that she will not get married and become queen. The rest of the movie follows her in NY, the prince trying to save her and the step-mother trying to stop them. I love this movie so much that I don’t want to give anything else away because I think everyone will love it too. (My favorite part is when they sing in real life because they are so used to cartoon world living). The cast in this movie is phenomenal and will attract parents to the movie as well. Characters are played by Amy Adam,Patrick Dempsey, Susan Sarandon and James Marsden.

This movie is really fun for the whole family. Although it appears to be for older kids my three year old can be caught singing the songs while playing and my one year old sits so intently to watch it.

I hope you all like it as much as we do and that it makes it to your favorite list as well.

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  1. So I just watched this last night and enjoyed it so much. I love how she can still act as if she is in a cartoon…the singing, animals cleaning (the poor pigeon), and still getting her fairy tale ending. This movie was amazing and my eighteen month old actually sat through the entire movie!!!

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