Disenchanted review: Disney’s Enchanted sequel loses the magic

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2007’s Enchanted was a cultural reset for Walt Disney Pictures. After years of live-action movie misses, the studio finally just leaned into the fairy tales and sweeping romantic musicals that defined the Disney Renaissance — but this time, with some tongue-in-cheek jokes about the ridiculousness of people bursting into song and dance in the middle of the street and princesses marrying men they met three seconds ago. Enchanted was a delight, and even though its protagonist, Giselle,…

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