Enchanted is directed by Kevin Lima, and it stars Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, and James Marsden in a hybrid live-action and animation musical about a princess that was about to be married to a prince tomorrow, but the old witch doesn't like that and sends Giselle (Amy Adams) to the real world in New York City where everything is completely different wise and doesn't know where she is. Seeing Disney making a film that's a satire of the old Disney films, is pretty interesting, and seeing this, while not entirely a satire, is still one of the most riskiest things that they done in years, and it's really great. Amy Adams does a great job of acting like the typical Disney character in the beginning, and progressed herself throughout the film as a human being. Patrick Dempsey is great at being so confused from Amy Adams's character, and James Marsden is just having a lot of fun in it that he's just a crack-up to watch. The characters are very memorable and give off a lot of funny jokes, and the satire is pretty good. The songs are very good and can get people humming some songs from this. The animation looks a bit different, but still impressive looking, and the CGI looked better than I thought was going to be from a bit old Disney movie. The writing is tightly-constructed that I'm surprised that it's as good as it can get good with it. The villain is decent, but the only problem I had with it, is that the film doesn't really explain well about why the villain wanted to take the heroine down. Enchanted is better than I thought was going to be and was just a great time to watch.