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Movie Couples Therapy: ENCHANTED


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  • yellowpride321
    yellowpride321 3 ай бұрын +1721

    Just imagine: you're living your normal, professional, non-singing life when you suddenly break up with your boyfriend, decide to marry a dude you just met, and move to a place where you can break into song at any moment, where you find out that you sing like Idina Menzel
    I'm just saying, Nancy is living the real dream here

    • Lemon Greed
      Lemon Greed 2 күн бұрын

      And then Elsa (voiced by Idina) tells Anna that she cannot marry the guy she just met

    • Andie Chu
      Andie Chu 16 күн бұрын +1

      I’m happy the second movie gave Idina more scores (at least 2 scores? One is the main one)

    • Kim Pearson
      Kim Pearson 2 ай бұрын +70

      And in the small snippets she gets of his character from their interactions she can tell he'd be a great man / is what she is actually looking for.
      1) he's romantic (he introduces Giselle in very big, passionate terms.)
      2) he's not afraid to commit (getting married after a non existent courtship.
      3) he doesn't play games. (he's starting to clue into the Robert/Giselle romance and instead of flirting with Nancy he keeps an eye on them.)
      4) he's willing to accept advice/ influence from others, even if he doesn't like them, if it's the best course of action. (It's Robert that suggests true loves kiss and he goes with the idea)
      5) he has great respect for women and isn't intimated by them being smarter or having power. (He is very deferral to Narissa, his step mother and Queen regent. He refers to her as mother. He only strip's her of her title / ability to rule for her evil deeds. If she had been decent I'm sure he would have sought her advice for running the kingdom.)
      6) he's generous and caring enough to put the needs and welfare of others above his own. (When he tells Robert to kiss Giselle and after she's back he looks genuinely happy for them even though it means he has no bride. He could have also taken Giselle back to Andalasia without marrying her since that's where she belongs but instead sets her free.)

    • Popcorn
      Popcorn 3 ай бұрын +17

      @Ky hearsawhome too lol

    • Ky hearsawho
      Ky hearsawho 3 ай бұрын +91

      @Jaded and Empty I don’t see what the difference is

  • Cindy
    Cindy 3 ай бұрын +1847

    I nearly broke out into applause when Alan said it was a crime that comedic performances don't win Oscars and then noted that James Marsden's performance was not only amazing but was the best performance in all of 2007. Marsden is such a great actor and extremely underrated, so its nice to see him getting the recognition he deserves. His role in Hairspray is also a highlight.

    • Oobie_Gurl
      Oobie_Gurl 24 күн бұрын

      @giggle_snort YES. He has lots of confidence in himself and it SHOWS. He knows he’s fighting for what’s right and is ready to do what it takes to get that.

    • giggle_snort
      giggle_snort 24 күн бұрын +1

      @Oobie_Gurl That's a good point. He's less comedic and more background. But clearly a good person, since he fought for integration, and he's so unflappable when Velma goes all batshit on him. "Gee, Velma, how do you fire Corny Collins from the Corny Collins Show?" SPOT ON DELIVERY.

    • Schaef
      Schaef Ай бұрын +2

      It's just too bad it took all the way until Sonic the Hedgehog for him not to come in second place for a girl's affections. The irony being that since might argue she came in second. To a hedgehog.

    • Corinna Hogan
      Corinna Hogan Ай бұрын +1

      Totally underrated in hairspray!

    • Oobie_Gurl
      Oobie_Gurl Ай бұрын +7

      I would say an exception for James is his role in Hairspray, Corny Collins. Corny in the movie multiple times says that they should integrate the show and doesn’t actually seem like a comedic role. A good character for that(in Hairspray) is Penny.

  • DestructionGlitter
    DestructionGlitter 3 ай бұрын +923

    The thing I like the most about Enchanted is that it consistently upends tropes like "damsel in distress", "love at first sight", etc. But more than anything, Giselle gets to be feminine, "girlie" and badass at the same time. At a time when femininity was looked down upon (the 2000s were a fever dream), this character is a pink princess who slays dragons with a sword. Because you can be both. And I love that.

    • Sirius Black
      Sirius Black 25 күн бұрын +1

      @playerpage Girl tell me what world you're living in that sounds great

    • Cancer
      Cancer 26 күн бұрын

      What feminity has never been looked down upon?

    • Evermore -
      Evermore - Ай бұрын +7

      In a world of Taylor Swift, Avril Lavigne, and the entire movie trope of 'tomboy becoming girly girl signifying becoming fake and shallow', Enchanted was definitely a gorgeous breath of fresh air.
      I also like that she doesnt have the be badass to justify the fem the whole way through. Nor does the fem have to be entirely shopping and modern fashioned based - its making her own clothes, its showing kindness to others, and its being true to herself in spite of everything the real world throws at her. Just a stellar film all round.

    • Aidan Peterson
      Aidan Peterson Ай бұрын +5

      @playerpage of course, it's not like being compared to a girl was a common put-down or anything (/s)

    • loungeact2004
      loungeact2004 Ай бұрын +2

      @Ash have you ever seen clueless

  • Bonnie Brae
    Bonnie Brae 3 ай бұрын +1951

    I love how Giselle's clothes and hair gradually get less fairytale and more modern real world. Great touch. Her voice and gestures do the same. Same with going from her singing like a musical to it being a soundtrack sitch.

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 28 күн бұрын

      @Ron Yes i would, a fantasy is better then reality and i don't care if she was happier there. i myself hate reality and would do anything to live in a fantasy. i do make sense.

    • Ron
      Ron 28 күн бұрын

      @travis boutilier
      So you rather her live in a fantasy instead of reality, where she was much happier??
      You dont make sense...

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 28 күн бұрын

      @Ron It's making her a modern woman and not want to be with Edward

    • Ron
      Ron 28 күн бұрын

      @travis boutilier
      How is it ruining her??

  • PandoraLockhart
    PandoraLockhart 3 ай бұрын +390

    Fun fact: the receptionist at the law office is Jody Benson, the voice of Ariel

    • Justine Harper
      Justine Harper Күн бұрын

      I just posted the same thing. Lol. I never noticed she was in it before!

    • Maryam 🦋
      Maryam 🦋 6 күн бұрын +1

      I've noticed that reference

    • This Nigerian Loves Drinking Garri
      This Nigerian Loves Drinking Garri 25 күн бұрын +5

      There were so many Disney voice actors in enchanted. Can’t even start naming them all

    • Amanda Hobson
      Amanda Hobson Ай бұрын +13

      Also fun fact: the woman on the TV for the soap opera that James Marsden was watching is the woman who played Belle.

    • Geovanna Maria Hreczynki
      Geovanna Maria Hreczynki 2 ай бұрын +3

      Curious. In Brazil the Idina's voice actrees voiced Ariel.

  • The Duel Maniacs
    The Duel Maniacs 3 ай бұрын +184

    The way the prince says "Thinking?" is brilliant acting, it showcases that a single thought has never crossed the man's mind.

  • C Lee
    C Lee 3 ай бұрын +9429

    James Marsden launching into "I've been dreaming" and then getting mowed over by cyclists is a scene that lives rent free in my mind and plays more often than I care to admit.

    • Lost Star
      Lost Star 11 күн бұрын

      The mine is when some seconds after that, when he hears her voice and says so excited "Giselle!" 😂

    • Tony Groves
      Tony Groves Ай бұрын

      I took one of my daughters to see this movie in the theatre and right in front of us sat a very bored ~6yo boy. When the bike scene hit, he let loose with a huge giggle. The whole theatre then reacted to his giggle. It was the best.

    • Schaef
      Schaef Ай бұрын

      @Jaclyn Baldassarre you can't take anything away from James Marsden's acting. In terms of the Prince Charming tropes, he is going for it, hard, for the entire movie.

    • SandyTheMaster
      SandyTheMaster 2 ай бұрын

      True that. Also I often shouts, out of nowhere, ✨GISELLE!✨when I'm excited for something.

    • LM Rob
      LM Rob 2 ай бұрын +1

      I'm glad that it's living in my mind. Helps with depression 😁

  • Kangakool
    Kangakool 3 ай бұрын +381

    One of the things I really like about the “That’s How You Know” song is that it basically goes through the different love languages.
    “Does he leave a little note to tell you you’re on his mind?” Words of affirmation
    “Send you yellow flowers when the sky is gray?” Gift giving
    “Does he take you out dancing just so he can hold you close?” Quality time and physical touch
    “Dedicate a song with words meant just for you?” Words of affirmation
    “Wear your favorite color.” Service i guess?
    “Plan a private picnic by the fire’s glow.” Quality time/service/gift giving
    And of the “he’ll find a new way to show you a little bit everyday” which I think is the key message to the song and to healthy loving relationships. Love is a choice, and you have to show your partner that you love them everyday, in whichever way they find meaningful.

    • Overseeer2579
      Overseeer2579 22 күн бұрын

      Very astute observation. Well done ❤

    • Ana Belen
      Ana Belen 2 ай бұрын

      Gold Star

  • Brandi Armstrong
    Brandi Armstrong 3 ай бұрын +628

    Nathaniel was oddly satisfying as a character after he stopped simping for Narissa. She is so obviously manipulating him, but he just keeps falling for it through most of the movie. So it made me smile so hard when he finally stood up to her. And the fact that he was ashamed of what he had been complicit in doing, but still taking responsibility... Good on you, Nathaniel! You don't have to put up with that, and you can stand up and say, "No. I'm not going to do this, and I'm not going to protect you from the consequences of your actions. You are not allowed to determine my path."

    • Tøøbà Khalid
      Tøøbà Khalid 3 ай бұрын +25

      I always see that as Nathaniel ending a toxic relationship. One where a party thinks all the bad things their partner is doing is right in their own way, maybe they’ll change, its okay they’re doing it for me. The moment she said “worthless” to him is when he finally gets that he was always just a tool. If we see the scene where she acts pitiful and manipulates him into going to the real world, she’s actually giving him a hope of togetherness so his simping isn’t mainly a one sided crush. He really was led on by her numerous times until the real world changes his perspective.

    • Michelle Young
      Michelle Young 3 ай бұрын +47

      Which is why we, as an audience, so readily forgive him for all he did, and instead, cheer when he writes his best-seller.
      People WANT to forgive, when the people who need forgiving ACTUALLY DO REPENT.

  • Fiona R.
    Fiona R. 3 ай бұрын +437

    I know it's a movie and all but the scene where Giselle finally feels anger is something that happened for me (not exactly that way but still). Since I was a little girl, I've had troubles expressing my emotions or even understanding them and in my current relationship (thanks to him and a lot of selfwork), I'm starting to be able to feel anger, to say out loud that this is anger and to work though it. I remember once when he was badly getting on my nerves and I actually enjoyed the feeling because for the first time it was real and strong. I was angry and smiling at the same time.

    • CL
      CL Ай бұрын +6

      (Not ironic, I really think that´s fantastic.)

    • Cyf Cyfa
      Cyf Cyfa 2 ай бұрын +22

      This is weird but not uncommon for girls, growing up constantly told to smile and that anger is unfeminine and unattractive. Now I notice that when I'm truly furious i smile, even eyes and everything. Only those who know me long enough know that my neutral bitch face is how you know I am content.

    • Celeste Stork
      Celeste Stork 2 ай бұрын +5

      That sounds very disturbing but good for you🤘🏼

    • Jade Santos
      Jade Santos 3 ай бұрын +25

      That's awesome. Proud of your growth!

  • Starry Sparky
    Starry Sparky 3 ай бұрын +216

    I wanted to bring up how Robert sings to/for Giselle when they’re dancing together. He literally says “And I really don’t sing” and sings to show her that he loves her. I think that’s a super sweet detail.

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 2 ай бұрын

      @Zara Zaytoon If she was very attractive then i would. yes i would still marry them, i already promised i would.

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 2 ай бұрын

      @Zara Zaytoon It doesn't matter if you don't want to marry them or what they're doing to you, you still have to marry them, it's an obligation.

    • Zara Zaytoon
      Zara Zaytoon 2 ай бұрын +2

      @travis boutilier Tell me Travis, honestly, would you marry someone who is abusing you? You just got engaged and then a week before the wedding, they hit you. You would still marry them? They've clearly shown that they're not afraid to hit you again. Would you want your sister or mother to be in that type of relationship?

  • Marlene G.
    Marlene G. 3 ай бұрын +292

    Please do a step mother and mixed families episode with the sequel. No one talks about it enough and we step moms have an insuperable bad rep :(

    • A A
      A A 2 ай бұрын +3

      @Jeka the second movie is kinda... bad. I don't recommend it.

    • קור אי
      קור אי 3 ай бұрын +8

      they did one with ant-men

    • Jeka
      Jeka 3 ай бұрын +45

      I really loved when Giselle reassured Morgan that stepmothers aren't evil (even though she used the example of one she didn't know was evil) and then became a really loving stepmother herself. I want to trust this team because the first movie was so good, but turning the kind stepmother evil does make me worry.

  • Julia Parra
    Julia Parra 3 ай бұрын +3708

    Fun fact: For the bike scene, they were originally gonna pretend to hit him, but James Marsden INSISTED that they run him over because he wanted it to be genuine.
    Love that man to pieces ❤️

    • Mallory Newcomb
      Mallory Newcomb 3 ай бұрын +4

      Oh could I ever love him more? What dedication!

    • Monica Grace
      Monica Grace 3 ай бұрын +27

      @The guy from Tsukihime Even if they were extras, the concept of them going out to find some random bikers and being like "Hey, you wanna run over Jason Marsden?" is so funny to me LMFAO

    • Stark Industries
      Stark Industries 3 ай бұрын +15

      His costume was padded to give Disney Prince proportions in many different places and he has giant puff sleeves

    • Nguyễn Phan Anh Khoa
      Nguyễn Phan Anh Khoa 3 ай бұрын +8

      I remember saw somewhere that behind the scenes there was a mat (air-bed?) for them to fall onto

    • Kristiina
      Kristiina 3 ай бұрын +11

      And after that he was in pieces.. I'll show myself out.

  • Daniel Zemer
    Daniel Zemer 3 ай бұрын +119

    It is a crime that comedic performances can't win oscars. There are so many great performances in comedy.

    • Overseeer2579
      Overseeer2579 22 күн бұрын +1

      The last time an actor got nominated for a comedic performance was with Melissa McCarthy as Best Supporting Actor in Bridesmaids. Well deserved

    • Daniel Zemer
      Daniel Zemer Ай бұрын +5

      @Lokear The Oscars are just so slow to change. Didn't even have a best animated category 'til 2002.

    • Lokear
      Lokear Ай бұрын +3

      I didn't know they can't, that's ridiculous... who thought of that rule and why??

    • Cinema Therapy
      Cinema Therapy  3 ай бұрын +22


  • Jayne Witchy
    Jayne Witchy 3 ай бұрын +338

    I haven't seen anyone comment anything about this yet. But It's been gaining traction that established titles is a scam and there is no land being sold. I've seen several Scottish people point this out and few channels have made a statement after working with them. Your channel's team might wanna look into it to ensure you're getting the correct information. Love your channel and wish you guys the best.

    • Carolyn Sheldon
      Carolyn Sheldon 3 ай бұрын

      Boosting bc I just found out abt this.

    • Elezeiaz
      Elezeiaz 3 ай бұрын

      Yes please see this and discontinue with Established Titles!

    • megaminova
      megaminova 3 ай бұрын +1

      I came in here just to see if anyone had mentioned this information. Love these guys I don’t want them to end up with any blowback! ❤

    • Tiph
      Tiph 3 ай бұрын +1

      I'm not happy with how far I had to scroll for this comment. Boosting, and I commented too!

    • Anna Taymond
      Anna Taymond 3 ай бұрын +2

      @Kiara I really hope they see it

  • La gobba di Aigor
    La gobba di Aigor 3 ай бұрын +261

    Two other things I love about this movie:
    - Nathaniel has a happy ending and isn't portrayed as just evil, because having been manipulated so much he's seen as a victim too. Loved this gray portrayal.
    - After 5 years of relationship when Nancy "catches" Robert with Giselle she doesn't bring Morgan to school to have their "big girls time together". Treating it as if it was a favour to Robert. One would think that after 5 years she'd have a separate relationship with Morgan than the one she has with Audrey.
    And then there's Giselle who loves Morgan from day one, and everything she does for her is because she genuinely has an interest in her and having a relationship with her. I still love Nancy's character but I think Robert started loving Giselle after he saw how she behaved with his daughter.

    • Maryam 🦋
      Maryam 🦋 6 күн бұрын

      Which is how he truly was the RIGHT man for Giselle.

    • Cass Marshall
      Cass Marshall 24 күн бұрын +5

      after repeated watching I realized that the point is that Robert never let Morgan and Nancy build a relationship until he's ready to propose. For Morgan, Nancy is just a reasonably nice lady who her dad spends time with when she's not around. From her point of view, Nancy isn't really a romantic partner of Roberts. Robert unknowingly built a wall around himself AND Morgan which prevents Morgan from forming bonds with Nancy. I mean, after five years? Morgan should be bonded to Nancy by now. Clearly Robert prevented that. So him telling Morgan he was going to propose to Nancy would naturally be a big surprise to her. Nancy is just some ever-present shadowy figure she barely knows.

    • Grace Ahlgrim
      Grace Ahlgrim 3 ай бұрын +64

      @Kim Pearson Another thing, Morgan is supposed to be six. Robert has supposedly known and/or been dating Nancy since she (Morgan) WAS A BABY. There is no reason they shouldn’t have known each other far better. That, more than anything, shows how that relationship wasn’t going to work out. Whether it was Robert or Nancy, keeping such an important part of the relationship on the back burner is a big problem.

    • Kim Pearson
      Kim Pearson 3 ай бұрын +85

      I feel Robert has deliberately kept Nancy and Morgan apart for fear of having another mother abandon her.
      The whole point of taking her to school was to get to know her. This would indicate they don't know each other or have met very few times.
      Robert wanted to be sure before introducing her. But 5 years? Like 2 years in of steady dating he could have introduced her.

  • Rock N' roll
    Rock N' roll 3 ай бұрын +36

    I love how Edward switches from homicidal intent to "oh, you're friends."

  • Echo McClellan
    Echo McClellan 3 ай бұрын +222

    Jon and Alan discussing love and how it takes time. How it is not a decision that just happens out of the blue.
    Me: nods along agreeing.
    Also me: realizes that my husband and I went from "hi, my name is" to "I do" in 5 weeks. Today marks our 15 year anniversary. Lol.
    I think connection and attraction happen fast. And love, true love, pulls you through and makes it last.

    • Meaghan McCarthy
      Meaghan McCarthy 29 күн бұрын +3

      I feel like there’s also survival bias for people who “really get to know each other first” because plenty of those relationships end as well. A lot of times people think that if they do everything right at the beginning and spend lots of time making sure someone is the perfect partner upfront then the relationship is guaranteed to last. But ultimately, how the relationship starts is less important than what you do to take care of it every single day.

    • b0tias
      b0tias 2 ай бұрын +7

      This is called 'survivor bias'. You beat the odds, but most people that marry people they don't really know don't. I'm glad you did.

    • Queen Bee
      Queen Bee 3 ай бұрын +14

      So you were in the infatuation stage and got married and were lucky enough that it turned into real love. Congratulations here's them anymore years!

    • Voi
      Voi 3 ай бұрын +13

      It's really cool that that worked out for you two. I for myself would have so freaked out if my boyfriend had proposed to me after five weeks. (And I would most definitely have said no.)
      But I would say "love and the recognition that relationships need work make it last"? I mean, it depends, there are surely people who just do everything right naturally and who are maybe quite similar in certain things (values, how they feel about certain situations, how they handle them and so on) so they don't get in that much conflict. But a lot of relationships (like mine) need hard work. And when you don't have the opinion relationships should be great effortlessly you're willing to put in this work because of love.

    • Whatsdogpee
      Whatsdogpee 3 ай бұрын +9

      If you think about it, you’ve been preparing for it ever since you were born. Likewise, your partner would be too.
      Idk if you read/believe it but in the bible, in the Song of Songs, there’s a verse where the bride-to-be is advising the younger women to not activate their relationship love before the appointed time. To save it for the real person, as it were. So yeah, few moments with the right person > years and years with someone you weren’t meant to be with.

  • Larissa Alcorn
    Larissa Alcorn 3 ай бұрын +1591

    The things is: Robert was saying he was ready to marry Nancy because he believed he fully knew her. But as Giselle set up romantic things for her, Robert was surprised that Nancy enjoys fresh flowers and was absolutely down for the Kings and Queens Ball. He missed this whole entire side of her despite being with her for 5 years. Something so many couples do to each other. They think they know all there is to know and stop pursuing each other. They stop learning about each and just start co-existing.

    • Maryam 🦋
      Maryam 🦋 6 күн бұрын

      When you all finally realise this whole story of family-bonding and love triangles were the WHOLE PLOT OF THE MOVIE

    • Larissa Alcorn
      Larissa Alcorn Ай бұрын

      @Kim Pearson The very fact that he's viewing it as a business transaction is exactly why it WON'T be a solid marriage.

    • Kim Pearson
      Kim Pearson 3 ай бұрын +7

      The thing is Robert isn't viewing his relationship with Nancy as romantic, rather as pragmatic companionship.
      He likes her, she likes him, and there aren't any major red flags or points of incompatibility. It will be a solid marriage.
      I think because of how badly he had been hurt by following that passionate kind of love that he was too afraid to open himself up to feeling or acting that way again.
      So Nancy never got those flowers, romantic dates or sweet words of love. But because he never did them he just assumed Nancy wasn't into them instead of asking her.

    • Plain E Grace
      Plain E Grace 3 ай бұрын

      Oh, nicely said.

    • Wow1mABoss
      Wow1mABoss 3 ай бұрын +3

      Why do you have to make me think deep thoughts? I just want to be entertained. 😊 Good job

  • Lin
    Lin 3 ай бұрын +211

    I know this is late, but this is one of my favorite KZclip channels and I'm really worried about the sponsor "Established Titles". The Scottish government has made multiple statements that this is a scam and buying a plot of land does NOT make you a Lord or Lady, and that there's no proof you're actually getting a plot of land at all. As well, there's currently an investigation to see if the company behind Established Titles is actually doing the charitable work they claim to be doing (planting a tree for every order) as there's evidence that they haven't been doing this at all. Please don't buy from these people and I hope the folks at Cinema Therapy realize their being made to promote a scam.

    • Pen Name
      Pen Name Ай бұрын


    • Oscar Gómez
      Oscar Gómez 3 ай бұрын +4

      @GG i mean, yes, but that’s not the scam part. Like, they say that’s how they’re doing it openly and honestly it makes sense.
      Now, they have issues with their marketing and the whole lords-and-ladies thing, but the trees planting through other companies and you basically buying out the development rights of a small plot is technically true.
      Now, it’s kind of a moot point because it’s land that was probably not going to be developed anyway, but again it’s a scam because of its marketing, not because of the tree stuff.

    • BorgNetzWerk
      BorgNetzWerk 3 ай бұрын +9

      @Mucha Na Dziko The issue is the quota of payment : aid, watch the video of LeagleEagle, he breaks down that part quite nicely.
      Quoting from mind (check for yourself): You pay 50 bucks, 30 of those go to the company owner, 19.5 are reinvested into adds like the one we saw, and some of those tiny .5 go to a company they partner with which have their own quota of how much of that is actually going into saving the environment.
      The scotish highland area is scotish highland area. Nobody's gonna build something there, with or without companies like these

    • Mucha Na Dziko
      Mucha Na Dziko 3 ай бұрын

      @GG source?

  • dragon videos
    dragon videos 3 ай бұрын +68

    One of the things I liked about Giselle and Robert being together is that they compliment each other well. Robert keeps Giselle grounded while Giselle helps Robert be a little more optimistic and romantic. Enchanted is a underrated film by far!

  • LunaTheBlackWolf
    LunaTheBlackWolf 3 ай бұрын +85

    The ballroom scene is one of my favorites in the whole movie. The beautiful song aside, someone once pointed out to me certain details that tie in as far back as the very beginning of the movie. When we first meet Giselle, she's building a mannequin of a man she saw in her dreams that she just knew must be her true love. She built every detail from the suit to the color of the gems used for the eyes - all of which we later see match Robert in the ballroom scene. The only thing she struggled to find for the mannequin was a pair of lips. Additionally, earlier during the "That's How You Know" scene, Giselle sings about a man taking you dancing to hold you close and picking songs that tell you how he feels - Robert commenting he doesn't sing or dance - yet he does just that when "So Close" starts to play. Hell, he even completely breaks away from the pace and simplicity of the other dancers, and pulls her into the center spotlight as they twirl around to their own beat. Giselle knew right then and there that HE was the man in her dreams, not Edward.
    And then when the moment came where Edward asked Robert to kiss Giselle and wake her from her sleep, her first words to him were, "I knew it was you." He was her missing pair of lips; she had no clue in the beginning of what true love was, but she figured it out mere moments before biting that poison apple.

  • wolfywox
    wolfywox 3 ай бұрын +39

    The actress playing Morgan in Disenchanted is actually a different actress from Morgan in Enchanted! Whoever's in charge of casting did a phenomenal job because they look like sisters. However, the original actress that played Morgan IS in the sequel, she has a really quick cameo in the town square.

    • wolfywox
      wolfywox 25 күн бұрын +2

      @This Nigerian Loves Drinking Garri I'm not sure! Since the original Morgan was in the movie, it doubt there was any bad blood or anything. It could have been that she wasn't interested, or maybe she didn't have the vocal range needed for the role. There could be other reasons of course, but those are two likely ones.

    • This Nigerian Loves Drinking Garri
      This Nigerian Loves Drinking Garri 25 күн бұрын

      Why didn’t why just use her?😭

  • Grace Fox
    Grace Fox 3 ай бұрын +36

    One of my favorite things about this movie is that the pre-existing love interests AREN'T the villains! That's SO rare in a romance/rom-com. So often the main characters are attached to awful people and the choice in the end is simply to not be with a terrible person. But in this one, it wasn't that anyone was "bad", but they just weren't with the right person. It wasn't a black and white good/evil issue but just... this new person is a better match for me, and we're all happier with these other people because we're a better fit, not because the other one was a bad person.

  • Maria Eduarda
    Maria Eduarda 3 ай бұрын +1609

    I love how Edward is not an asshole. He's genuinely a good person and he cares so much about Giselle that he begs Robert to kiss her. He just wants a good life with a nice lady and, honestly, who doesn't? Not exactly the most mature view of love, but you can see that he's willing to try and make his partner happy. I'm with Nancy in this, that man is a catch.

    • Shadow Rose
      Shadow Rose 2 күн бұрын +1

      @travis boutilier also on record that I'm pretty serious about that proof. Simply claiming this is "propoganda" or whatever doesn't make it true. You made the claim so the burden of proof falls on you. Same goes with the Titanic and....literally any other movie you've made these types of claims about. Otherwise all I have is your opinion and opinions don't count.

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 4 күн бұрын

      @Shadow Rose Helping people with what? i don't see how this channel helps anyone, it's just so called therapists watching movies and commenting on them. I'm not lazy, I'm just not going to do something i believe doesn't work.

    • travis boutilier
      travis boutilier 4 күн бұрын

      @Shadow Rose You're right about me being miserable but i don't know what you mean by shallow. well it's my dream to become rich and marry a beautiful woman. you mean you don't take you're wealth with you in the afterlife when you die right? i don't have a partner cause nobody will want me. don't want to be treated like what and don't deserve what? well i don't know what else to do to bring back how things in the 1950s were. i will disagree and why i embrace something i don't agree with ? i can't cause i have no experience with politics.

  • Jason Wolfe
    Jason Wolfe 3 ай бұрын +34

    I love how, for just a second, Allan seems genuinely regretful and hurt that he didn't send John flowers via dove.

  • Raven Lunatic
    Raven Lunatic 3 ай бұрын +33

    My life is now complete since I've seen Jonathan sing and giggle like a Disney Princess.

  • Gaia Shield
    Gaia Shield 3 ай бұрын +48

    I love The Doctor's definition of love. It's a promise to never hurt them, to always protect them, and to care about their needs even if they have to live without you.

  • Ryan Beverley
    Ryan Beverley 3 ай бұрын +80

    Alan, my only argument against "love at first sight" is this: I've known my wife since we were little kids, like 4 years old.
    But, when I graduated high school, I moved away and didn't see her again for almost 10 years. We reconnected an event where it was kinda like out of a movie. She entered the room, I saw her for the first time since we were teenagers, and saw that she had grown into this beautiful woman now standing in front of me, and in my head I literally had this "Wow" moment, and thought to myself "I have to ask her out, right now"
    Granted, I waited a week to actually ask, had to find out if she was single, get her number, etc, but now 12 years later we are going on 11 years married. So, if that isn't "love at first sight" I think it's the closest real world comparison.

    • giggle_snort
      giggle_snort Ай бұрын +2

      Very cute story, and I love this for you guys. But it's still not love at first sight. You knew her very well already, and you had a strong friendship over many years. Then you didn't see each other for a while, but I'm guessing you still kept in touch? Maybe not. But either way, you knew that if you did see each other again, that friendship would still be there. And it was. It just got paired with the added bonus of physical attraction. The best and most lasting relationships are built on friendship.

    • A Weirdo And a Phone
      A Weirdo And a Phone Ай бұрын +4

      You know, this is nice.

    • CM
      CM 2 ай бұрын +16

      Love and infatuation aren't the same thing though. Plus, you already knew her

  • MissJJoan
    MissJJoan 3 ай бұрын +25

    James Marsden did deserve a comedy Oscar, well said! Also I remember watching the dynamic between Alonso and Cruella in the live action 101 Dalmatians as a kid and my friend suspected that Alonso had a crush on Cruella and that’s why he put up with her meanwhile my theory was he really needed the money 😂. Having seen the relationship between Nathaniel and Narcissa, I realize my friend was probably right haha.

  • WolfMoon Studios
    WolfMoon Studios 3 ай бұрын +1731

    Fun fact: if you watch the commentary, several groups in Central Park were not actually cast (including the candle lady and the folks with stilts), but while filming the people asked if they could help.
    So.... yes, you CAN spontaneously burst into song in Central Park and people will randomly join you.

    • ZRC
      ZRC 3 ай бұрын +5

      @MonkeyJedi99 Not in an elevator either. You also must set down any ice cream cone you have before participating but you may not put it in your back pocket.

    • Lorraine Sekera
      Lorraine Sekera 3 ай бұрын +7

      I love those stilt dudes! They fit perfectly!

    • C S
      C S 3 ай бұрын +24

      BUT the candle lady is sooo perfect in the scene where she shows up!! 😱 I thought it was a nod to Lumiere

    • MonkeyJedi99
      MonkeyJedi99 3 ай бұрын +36

      @ZRC But it is illegal to do so at a bus stop.
      And no puppet shows in your window!

    • JustAHugeNerd
      JustAHugeNerd 3 ай бұрын +45

      Aww that's so sweet tho I love my city

  • Ariel Jankowski
    Ariel Jankowski 3 ай бұрын +19

    Fun fact: The secretary who used the bridge metaphor, is Jodi Benson; the original voice of Ariel in the Little Mermaid. Which also lends to the humor of Disney making fun of themselves and Giselle spitting a fish into a cup much more humorous.

    • Annabel Vasquez
      Annabel Vasquez 3 ай бұрын +3

      Awwwthats nice to know!! I bet she was happy to be a part of this movie 😊

  • honky canuk
    honky canuk 3 ай бұрын +27

    "You've got to kidding me?" That line WRECKED me! OMG I'm dying, hilarious, and the way James Marsden was leaning so hard into his cartoon prince character, amazing!

  • Indybot
    Indybot 3 ай бұрын +43

    There's an ancient custom in the US just like the fake thing you said about Scotland! It's called being a landlord. It's exactly as legitimate as the "Laird/Lady" thing, because it's just a descriptor, not a legal title. Also the industry of souvenir plots is shady as heck. It's already a novelty certificate, but somehow they've managed to be needlessly dishonest about it.

  • AQGD Marcy
    AQGD Marcy 3 ай бұрын +20

    It's got almost the same feeling from Princess and The Frog, Tiana doesn't believe in fairy tales because she grew up and learned that work is the best way to get life but Charlotte didn't really grew up much and still strongly believes in all those magic things. In the end, they learn to enjoy magic in little things like making delicious foods for your loved ones or enjoying the nature around it (?)

  • Emily F
    Emily F 3 ай бұрын +21

    I love that Robert’s assistant is played by Jodi Benson 😂🧜‍♀️ Another moment of Disney poking fun at itself

  • Aliza K
    Aliza K 3 ай бұрын +5189

    I really like how Nancy wasn't portrayed as a jealous competitor. She was rightfully upset that her boyfriend had a half-naked woman in his apartment, but accepts and forgives his apology. When she realizes that Robert is Giselles true love, she puts her own feelings aside and tells him to kiss her. Although her ending is kinda cheesy, I'm glad she got a happy ending

    • playerpage
      playerpage 20 күн бұрын

      @Firegen1 The first movie was pretty truthful about how the "daughter/new girlfriend" dynamic plays out. There's a reason tropes are tropes.

    • reikun86
      reikun86 3 ай бұрын

      @Katie Duncan I love it!

    • Alicia DeFrates
      Alicia DeFrates 3 ай бұрын +3

      She also really liked Edward when she met him because she was super enamored when he introduced Giselle.

    • Merlijn
      Merlijn 3 ай бұрын +5

      @Justanotherconsumer Prince golden retriever had me spitting out my drink 😂💀😂

    • Johanna Stromberg
      Johanna Stromberg 3 ай бұрын


  • Sri Alekhya Nanduri
    Sri Alekhya Nanduri 3 ай бұрын +13

    22:44 I love how Giselle is now the one more or less looking at Edward like people looked at her at first.

  • Aki
    Aki 3 ай бұрын +13

    I was so confused watching this as a child with the mix of fantasy and real world but it became one of my favorite movie
    The more I watch it, the better the message it gets

  • Kimberly P.
    Kimberly P. 3 ай бұрын +53

    The other day I just watched a very thorough video about how Established Titles is basically a complete scam, so seeing them plugged by you guys gave me serious whiplash😨
    That aside this one was great! I always look forward to your videos, they are always fun and insightful. I love Enchanted, this movie made me fall in love with Amy Adams and I'm actually looking forward to this sequel. 💘🤞

  • lone pix101
    lone pix101 3 ай бұрын +9

    I remember when I went to see this movie and when the cockroaches came out of the bath drain, EVERYONE audibly grimaced. It was great.

  • Chelsea Pena
    Chelsea Pena 3 ай бұрын +37

    Such an underrated movie! I love it james Marsden is wonderful in this movie and the entire cast nailed their performances.

  • Calliope Pony
    Calliope Pony 3 ай бұрын +1243

    I feel like Robert and Giselle are much more on the same page than they appear to be. Robert insists on putting effort into building a solid, steady relationship. Giselle insists on putting effort into romantic gestures like going dancing and sending flowers and saying "I love you." Even though they direct their energies in different ways they both believe in putting the effort into a relationship.

    • ShaynaBasque
      ShaynaBasque 3 ай бұрын +58

      They have different love languages but both value love itself

    • A B
      A B 3 ай бұрын +93

      They are. The difference is each of their details fulfills a different need and way to express love. Robert likes to express security but Giselle likes to add nuance and sweetness to make a loved feel special.

  • Katherine Broberg
    Katherine Broberg 3 ай бұрын +44

    To your point about Giselle’s highly simplistic understanding of relationships, I honestly think that most girls growing up in fundamentalist religious traditions have the same problem. I know that for me certainly, purity culture really set me up to believe that having serial relationships, even non-sexual serial relationships was morally wrong. Even the idea of dating more than one person was incomprehensible. I was only supposed to court the person my parents approved up, and then marry them. There was no concept of figuring out who you wanted to marry through dating, or even who you wanted to be outside of your role as a wife and mother. I remember in one of our purity talks as passing around a rose, and every person would pluck a petal off so that by the time it made its way around the room, there were no petals left, and that was supposed to be us in serial relationships. My husband got the same sort of talk, but for him they told him to imaging that a girl was like a piece of gum. My challenge now will be teaching my children how to have a healthy relationship with dating, which I have no idea how to do!

    • Paladin Polecat
      Paladin Polecat 26 күн бұрын

      Purity is a good thing, and preserving as much of it as possible is right. But one thing a lot of people miss is that even though you shouldn't have sex before marrying, you can date without having sex. Dating is supposed to be the stage of getting to know the person and find out if you're compatible, and by definition is non-committal.

    • Stephanie Anne
      Stephanie Anne Ай бұрын +1

      Thank you for pointing this out. I had a similar religious upbringing. Taught to 'save myself' for 'the one sent by God to be your life partner'. But reality was completely disappointing. If I knew then what I know now, I would have made completely different choices. I would have completely taken religion out of the equation and lived my life as I happy human being.

  • Cookiesfortheprincess
    Cookiesfortheprincess 3 ай бұрын +11

    As someone writing a fantasy romance that's a borderline fairytale, I wanted my story to have a realistic view on what love is, while also maintaining the classic fairytale charm. So, it's so nice getting to watch and gather research from an actual licensed therapist on the interworkings of how love truly works.

  • M McLean
    M McLean 3 ай бұрын +25

    I just watched Disenchanted a few days ago, and it was so much better than I expected! It was funny, the music was catchy (Alan Menkan at it again!), the costumes were gorgeous, and seeing Amy Adams as the Evil Stepmother was amazing!!

    • The Geeky Preacher
      The Geeky Preacher 3 ай бұрын

      I saw Disenchanted last night and the original Enchanted the night before. Good movies but after I finished each one I weirdly enough wanted to listen to the song “Rainbow in the Dark” by Dio, which is one of the heaviest songs on my Spotify playlist. Weird.

    • Ron Duncan
      Ron Duncan 3 ай бұрын +4

      I think that Disenchanted had its moments, but a lot of what made this movie work is missing from the sequel. Too many characters were simply there and there was a lack of development for them. As expected, Amy did a great job, but the material didn't quite hold up. Whereas the song "That's how you know" built things up and showed change and acceptance with some unusual nods here and there, compare that to the attempted "Fairytale Life" after the spell and the song did little more than show her idealism but didn't do much to drive the story forward. Robert is.... just kind of there, and the same is true of our henchwomen to the evil queen. They are more caricatures than characters. I wanted something more rich with depth like the first movie had and it didn't quite live up to that. Disenchanted isn't a terrible movie by any means, but there were some wasted opportunities.

  • Leah The Animation Fan
    Leah The Animation Fan 3 ай бұрын +6

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who's seen the similarities between Elf and Enchanted! 😄

  • KissMyAspergers
    KissMyAspergers 3 ай бұрын +18

    Shout-out once again to Sophie being effortlessly funny, even behind the camera.

  • Lauren Marxer
    Lauren Marxer 3 ай бұрын +3090

    Roberts secretary is the actress who plays the original Ariel 😊🧜‍♀️ and the older dancers in Central Park are the original rooftop dancers in Mary Poppins

    • Hannah
      Hannah 3 ай бұрын +7

      Oh and the singing voice of Pocahontas answers the door when Edward is looking for Giselle in the apartment building

    • Johanna Stromberg
      Johanna Stromberg 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Cassandra Correa you are correct

    • Sarah Kennedy
      Sarah Kennedy 3 ай бұрын +5

      So cool that they're incorporating the original Disney favorites to bring about the new Disney story!

    • Elizabeth Anthony
      Elizabeth Anthony 3 ай бұрын +1

      I've just watched the film, nice to know 🤗

    • xxPenjoxx
      xxPenjoxx 3 ай бұрын +16

      I got weirdly defensive when Alan said "pick a lane lady"...like hey, that's Ariel, show some respect 😂

  • Foosh
    Foosh 3 ай бұрын +3

    Disenchanted would be a great case study on toxic positivity.

  • Michelle Young
    Michelle Young 3 ай бұрын +5

    I was raised with a weird combination of "love at first sight," and "getting to know each other before you fall in love."
    My parents both KNEW the first time they met that they were meant to marry each other, and so they purposefully set out to fall in love with each other, over the course of the next few months.
    They were a fantastic couple.

  • Gabby N
    Gabby N 3 ай бұрын +8

    I don't know if this will happen but I'd love for you guys to analyze the Mummy (the Brendon Fraser one). It's a childhood favorite of mine and I grew up loving all the different characters interactions from romance, to siblings, to rivals, and beyond and I'd love to hear your breakdown of those characters and the visual affects and stuff. ☺️

    SPARR0W 3 ай бұрын +11

    i would love it if you guys did a therapy episode on gravity falls and family! there's TONS of moments of stan and the kids bonding, as well as stan's own troubles with his brother, stan's brother pulling dipper away from mabel, the psychology of dipper's "summer ends" and mabel's "just a little more summer", and stan sacrificing everything FOR his family. it would be super cool to see a longer episode that dives into that show!

    • SPARR0W
      SPARR0W 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Winston Schenck yesssss gideon especially with his redemption

    • Winston Schenck
      Winston Schenck 3 ай бұрын +3

      Yes, I wholeheartedly agree! In addition, I would love to see a Villain Therapy on Bill Cipher/Gideon Gleeful

  • Leste'na
    Leste'na 12 күн бұрын +1

    Is no one gonna note how Jonathan burst into song and giggled like a school girl over popcorn? Best commercial ever! Give him an Oscar 🎉😂

  • Charlotte Fuller
    Charlotte Fuller 3 ай бұрын +1369

    Despite there relationship not being ideal, the fact that Edward listens to Giselle say "no" and then quickly responds to the "these are my friends". That listening and responding is super important.

    • Chloe Griggs
      Chloe Griggs 3 ай бұрын +35

      Like how in the “true loves kiss will wake her” scene, when he kisses her and it doesn’t work, he immediately tells Robert to kiss her, without an ounce of jealousy. He just wants to save Giselle.

    • Ptolémée Sélénion
      Ptolémée Sélénion 3 ай бұрын


    • Giulia C.
      Giulia C. 3 ай бұрын +286

      Because he is a respectful, good guy. That's why at the end of movie he gets his happily ever after

  • AmayaMaka
    AmayaMaka 3 ай бұрын +10

    i'm not sure if you guys have been made aware, but I think there's some information out now about established titles and how they're a scam. I wouldn't normally reach out about it cuz I don't like causing scenes but I like you guys and I don't want others to make a big fuss.

    • Masala
      Masala 3 ай бұрын +2

      Yeah turns out what Established Titles claim to do is legally impossible, so it's a total scam :(

  • Tiffany
    Tiffany 3 ай бұрын +21

    A new favorite episode! So Amy Adams has acted "as a Muppet" (Enchanted) and acted with the Muppets (The Muppets- 2011). 😃 Looking forward to The Muppet Christmas Carol episode! Also want to see Giselle and Buddy the Elf crossover!

  • Anika Choudhury
    Anika Choudhury 3 ай бұрын +7

    The editor is really good at their job. They are reading us so well. This is a good channel for people with disorders to learn how to understand others better.

  • Jessica Arner
    Jessica Arner 3 ай бұрын +13

    Would you guys please therapize My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) with Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz, Dermot Mulroney, & Rupert Everett? This movie is always so cathartic...like love wins & loses at the same time 😢💔💜💗💖

  • Tristan Döhnel
    Tristan Döhnel 3 ай бұрын +9

    Hey guys, you might wanna take a closer look at Established Titles. It seems like the company is running a scam of some sorts. Many content creators have very recently spoken out about the issue, so you're by far not alone, but they might not be a sponsor you'd like to work with, unfortunately :/

  • Brea Nessel
    Brea Nessel 3 ай бұрын +2078

    I love how Robert says “they’re birds, they don’t know where she lives” but he does accept that the birds are taking the flowers SOMEWHERE.

    • jdb101585
      jdb101585 3 ай бұрын +80

      ...and the fact that Giselle summoned them to her simply by singing also seems to be fine, lol.

    • Lyvectra
      Lyvectra 3 ай бұрын +111

      If they fly off with them, they are definitely taking them somewhere. For all we know, the nearest dirty pond, but certainly somewhere!

  • ArkadyKirsanov
    ArkadyKirsanov 3 ай бұрын +8

    It's so refreshing to hear Robert tell Giselle she's beautiful without there being any objectifying hint of, "You're hot, you're sexy, I wanna do/have you." One whole person seeing another whole person.

  • John
    John 11 күн бұрын +1

    Jonathan getting the popcorn from the doves actually made me laugh out loud, that gave me an irrational amount of joy!!!

  • CartoonCaleb
    CartoonCaleb 3 ай бұрын +7

    7:01 That woman is Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel from The Little Mermaid. Also, Paige O'Hara the voice of Belle from Beauty and the Beast has a cameo in the soap opera that Prince Edward in it. So, with Idina Menzel, that makes two past Disney princesses and one future Disney princess in this movie.

  • Michelle Kozmik Jirak
    Michelle Kozmik Jirak 3 ай бұрын +7

    My husband claims he knew I was someone special the first moment he laid eyes on me at uni, but I read that as him knowing what type of woman he was looking for and I had a bunch of visual cues that said I fit that type. For my part, my thoughts on him were, "he looks like a non-traditional student that just had a bad breakup." We've gotten over it.

  • Camila Gouveia
    Camila Gouveia 3 ай бұрын +6

    Alan, you should comment more often about your input as a director. It’s really nice to hear what the both of you have to say 😊

  • small town world
    small town world 3 ай бұрын +1065

    For the "I'm angry" scene... He quite literally made her feel feelings she's never felt before, and she is so excited and confused by them at the same time... It's like such a love trope but played off in such a good way!

    • Lisa Disney
      Lisa Disney 3 ай бұрын +45

      According to Kevin Lima he stated that this was the part where Giselle and Robert especially Robert fall in love.

  • Rachel Rogers
    Rachel Rogers 3 ай бұрын +7

    This is a comment for the creators. Please look into your sponsor established titles as it is coming out that it may be a scam - no land or tree planted.
    With that said I love all of your videos and appreciate all of your content!

    • The Pan Paladin
      The Pan Paladin 3 ай бұрын

      Fact Fiend did a good video proving Established Titles isn't a scam and they actually did their research and have receipts and disproved all of Scott's points (also for some reason he brought up race, I won't be surprised if Scott gets cancelled in the near future)

  • ShmartinJo
    ShmartinJo 3 ай бұрын +3

    This episode of Cinema Therapy is a dream come true. They’ve basically encompassed everything I loved about this film: highlighting the incredible performances of Adams and Marsden, appreciation for that key set piece in Central Park, breaking down the contrasting themes of love at a grounded and fairytale POV - Enchanted is such an underrated classic. I’m so glad I grew up watching the Disney classics to appreciate every bit of this movie and it became a worthwhile story of its own, one that people in real life can take a page from.

  • Emerson Olson
    Emerson Olson 3 ай бұрын +13

    The silliness and wholesomeness from this channel always brightens my day haha

  • Kelsey Young
    Kelsey Young 3 ай бұрын +5

    Love is being as mad as you can be at a person and never stop loving them. Unconditional and ever evolving. This is what I've learned after 15 years with the same person.

  • Bel H
    Bel H 3 ай бұрын +6

    So… I’ve always struggled a lot with making sure my expectations are realistic when it comes to love. My grandparents were married at 19 and 21, and my parents met at 18 and 20 and got engaged on their first date that same year, maybe 2 weeks after they met. All of this means that my preconceptions of love were very romanticised. Plus my other gran met my pops and he basically left his family in order to be with her (they wouldn’t accept him getting married to her because he got divorced from his 1st wife to do so and they were very religious. Overall then I’ve been surrounded by people who had very idealistic love stories and while I always knew they obviously still had to work at their relationships but they still felt a very strong connection at first sight and I’ve never felt anything like that, plus I’m older than any of them were when meeting now so… it’s made me struggle a bit with the idea of love.

  • Triple S Farm
    Triple S Farm 3 ай бұрын +1543

    "Animators don't have time to animate chest hair....unless your Gaston" made me laugh so hard. Love y'all's videos!

    • DustyStarr
      DustyStarr 3 ай бұрын +2

      yeah the way and me and Alan basically said it in unison what icons

    • RaLPhis Xamida
      RaLPhis Xamida 3 ай бұрын +3

      Before he said Gaston I was " WAIT you forget GASTON, how CAN you".

    • Miriam Rosemary
      Miriam Rosemary 3 ай бұрын

      @Brandon Wood Same!

    • Kaye_Go_Moo
      Kaye_Go_Moo 3 ай бұрын +3

      @Cinema Therapy Established Titles is a SCAM!!!

    • Jazz256Rose
      Jazz256Rose 3 ай бұрын +1


  • thepunkmuppet
    thepunkmuppet 3 ай бұрын +1

    the idea of giselle hanging out with buddy the elf brings me so much genuine joy, like these characters were so special to me as a kid and still are now and just the thought is so !!!!!!!!

  • Leah Honnen
    Leah Honnen 2 ай бұрын +1

    The pragmatic secretary is the woman who voiced Ariel in "The Little Mermaid"! I can't believe you didn't notice this layer as you watched. I'm not mad, like my sentences may seem, but you two are normally so good at catching all the layers to any given film. 😁 So, I hope you find this tidbit interesting. Happy New Year!

  • FlyingPrincess
    FlyingPrincess 3 ай бұрын +6

    I really hope you guys do a video on Disenchanted because there's so much things you can talk about such as Giselle and Robert's midlife crisis, Morgan experiencing change in environment and her teenage years or Giselle and Morgan's mother-daughter relationship. Please, please make a video for it.

  • Stadot
    Stadot Ай бұрын +2

    I grew up with deeply pragmatic, religious and loving parents, so I learned "love is a choice" and "love is action" with the understanding that the heart would follow. On the plus side, it made my interpersonal relationships very intentional, giving, and forgiving. On the down side, I often struggled mentally or emotionally and thought "I just have to try harder, love more." But I am glad to have learned the pragmatic side first because now that I am married to a wonderful man who makes me feel like I've never felt before, I know a lot of the decisions I can make to keep that love growing and flourishing.
    Just last night I calmly explained to him how something he was doing made me feel dismissed and asked him to stop doing it instead of getting pouty or angry. And it worked! Last night, I went to bed feeling loved, cared for, and important to my husband.

  • TheVioletMaze
    TheVioletMaze 3 ай бұрын +2

    As soon as he said "what is love" that song popped up in my head and then they played THE SONG and I laughed sooooo hard!!! /Chef's kiss to the editor!

  • Trina Q
    Trina Q 3 ай бұрын +4531

    Both Giselle and Robert make valid points about relationships during the Central Park scene. Robert insists that you have to take the time to get to know the other person before getting into a serious relationship, and that many impulsive ones can end badly, while Giselle insists that it needs to be romantic. For a relationship to be successful, you need to both work a building a solid foundation, and to let your partner know how much they mean to you.

    • lizythewizz meow
      lizythewizz meow 3 ай бұрын

      Giselle is the only one who is right.

    • Lord of Pie
      Lord of Pie 3 ай бұрын +1


    • Better Amulet
      Better Amulet 3 ай бұрын


    • Trina Q
      Trina Q 3 ай бұрын +3

      @Firegen1 Thanks, Firegen1, your support really means a lot. I'm glad that they liked it.

    • Firegen1
      Firegen1 3 ай бұрын +3

      @Trina Q as always top comment as you deaerve. I'm glad CT saw and appreciated

  • GK Vidding HD
    GK Vidding HD 3 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you for mentioning the BSY trope and Pop Culture Detective, loved that appreciation. :)

  • Noah Carr-Mosert
    Noah Carr-Mosert 3 ай бұрын +9

    Hi, I don’t usually comment on stuff, but I thought it was worth letting you know that loads of creators are coming out with the discovery that Established Titles isn’t an ethical company. I don’t know the details, but apparently it’s a scam. You might wasn’t to look into that a bit, just for future reference :)

  • Cien Nelson
    Cien Nelson 3 ай бұрын +3

    I just watched Netflix's Slumberland with Jason Momoa and I was sobbing for half of the film. Sorta similar to this theme of fantasy vs reality but with trauma. Definitely recommend!!

  • Sri Alekhya Nanduri
    Sri Alekhya Nanduri 3 ай бұрын +1

    As someone from India who grew up watching telugu and hindi movies along with Animated English movies. Giselle breaking into song felt so normal for me because I watch Indian movies have at least 5 songs in a movie with so much co-ordianted dancing and costumes and sets changing as the song goes on. 11:48 just made me see how stressful it is to do that.

  • AHistorylover94
    AHistorylover94 3 ай бұрын +1

    Robert’s secretary was played by the voice actor of Ariel. Which is why there was the scene of Gisel talking to the fish and the secretary goes back and forth on love.

  • petrosinella
    petrosinella 3 ай бұрын +723

    In an interview, James Marsden said that, when he looked at the script for Enchanted, it was the first time he knew immediately how he wanted to play a character. I think that really shows in his performance.

    • Masala
      Masala 3 ай бұрын +4

      @Laurajayne Nolan He'd 🎶been dreaming of a [role like this], probably

    • Laurajayne Nolan
      Laurajayne Nolan 3 ай бұрын +76

      So… it was love at first sight 🤔😊

    • Cinema Therapy
      Cinema Therapy  3 ай бұрын +114


  • Kyle Vincent Quilon
    Kyle Vincent Quilon 9 күн бұрын +1

    They really had their own character development!
    Next time, I would love to see a couple's therapy on Rick and Evelyn in the movies, "The Mummy" and "The Mummy Returns".

  • DreamForHope7
    DreamForHope7 3 ай бұрын +7

    Just an FYI, I’ve seen other creators on KZclip say that Established Titles can’t legally give you ownership of land (as it’s owned by the Queen) and may not actually be donating profits to nature conservation organizations. It might be worth looking into.

    • Masala
      Masala 3 ай бұрын

      The way I understand it, it's not possible to sell pieces of land as small as they do. Plus even if it was, owning land doesn't give you the right to call yourself a laird since that's an inherited title. And also the bit about donating and tree planting is sus, like you say :(

  • Anastasia Graboviuk
    Anastasia Graboviuk 3 ай бұрын +6

    I still remember the definition of love, which I once saw in the comments to Captain Harlock movie: True love it's not when you look at each other, it's when you both look at the same direction and desided to walk there together. This describes love as I understand it really accurately.

  • HeadFullOfDreams
    HeadFullOfDreams 3 ай бұрын +5

    Making a movie with Alan sounds like so much fun, honestly

  • Kim
    Kim 3 ай бұрын +3

    Fun fact: 6:32 is the voice actress for Ariel in the Little Mermaid
    Other voice actresses who played previous Disney princesses had cameos in this movie as well! 😊

  • NMRIH is a great Source mod - blessed by Cory's lip

    "theres no such thing as love at 1st sight, love takes actually knowing somebody" one of the most accurate sentences in history

    • Overseeer2579
      Overseeer2579 22 күн бұрын

      Yup ❤🎉

    • Paladin Polecat
      Paladin Polecat 26 күн бұрын

      Sometimes your _attraction at first sight_ instinct winds up being mutual and accurate when you get to know the other person more fully, but that's vanishingly rare and would certainly _seem like_ this trope, and be functionally indistinguishable. It's the false positives and existence of unrequited crushes that make it untrue.

    • Jenna G
      Jenna G 3 ай бұрын +1

      @CMM Again tldr. If you can't say it in a few words then you're most likely wrong. Anyway, I have a right to say whatever I want and what I'm saying is pure common sense and reality. Its not what I believe, its fact. You simply just can't, or at least refuse, to comprehend the point bc you're stuck on an unrealistic fantasy. Bye now and happy thanksgiving 👋

    • CMM
      CMM 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Gloria Lemonade Of course! Thank you for being so courteous and well reasoned in responding 🙂

    • Gloria Lemonade
      Gloria Lemonade 3 ай бұрын +3

      @CMM I think we can then agree to disagree about this detail. I think it's totally possible to click really well at first meeting of course. But personally I believe deep connections and getting to truly know a person takes time and only after that I would call it true individual love (the time it takes is often a bit shorter if the people are going through a shared traumatic event) which is why I myself disagree with the concept of love (other than general or parental) at first sight. If you disagree that's completely fine with me and just tells me we have different views of what love is or how fast you can truly get to know another person. Thanks for hearing me out tho

  • NoctunaMoon
    NoctunaMoon 3 ай бұрын +3

    I love the saying "love is a choice you make every day". Because it can be taken two ways. You could be the person in a relationship of of convince and yeah you pick it because it's the easy choice. But I see it as putting the effort in to understand the other person and do things to show tht other person "I love you yesterday, I love you today, and I'll love you tomorrow".

  • Drew Teter
    Drew Teter 3 ай бұрын +14

    2nd Request for a "Your Lie in April" reaction.
    So many things to talk about. Abuse, trauma, guilt, grief, and loss. But also love, healing, forgiveness, closure, and friendship. It is one of the best written pieces of media I've ever seen, in any genre. The first time I saw it I ended up binge watching the entire show in one sitting because I couldn't stop.
    The absolutely gorgeuos animation is just icing on the cake.

  • Hannah Stewart
    Hannah Stewart 3 ай бұрын +3

    😂 I love Sofie's comments to Alan being weird.
    Also, Jono and Alan: please do more research into Established Titles. I keep hearing that they are actually a scam.

  • Fernando Cabanillas
    Fernando Cabanillas 3 ай бұрын +7

    Hey guys, I love what you do, i have been watching your vids for nearly a year now and it has helped me a lot. I would just like to point out there seems to be a bit of lack of transparency regarding one of the sponsors of this video (established titles). I read an UK article saying that while the laird and lady thing with souvenir plots is indeed a real thing in scotland (doesnt entitle you to anything other than using the title itself), established titles seem to not allow people to visit the land they bought (unlike other companies that do the same), there is no proof of them maintening the land and the company isnt even UK based (it is Hong Kong based). I will not judge who you guys take sponsorships from, it is none of my business and I could also be wrong on what i have found out. All I am asking (if you guys actually read this comment) is that you do a bit of research on the topic before accepting their next sponsorship (If I am wrong, then good, if not, then it is up to you)

  • Sarah D
    Sarah D 3 ай бұрын +4

    The woman who scoffed at Robert for wanting to take things slow & get to know his girlfriend, she was Ariel’s voice, so she’s all about falling in love & jumping all in at first sight.

  • Only Pans
    Only Pans 3 ай бұрын +1227

    I love how Edward let Giselle go at the end, without hesitation. Because he truly loved her, he wanted nothing more for her than be alive and happy with Robert.

    • Rabia
      Rabia 3 ай бұрын

      @Anniem27 I know you didn't :)

    • Anniem27
      Anniem27 3 ай бұрын

      @Rabia I didn’t say it wasn’t?

    • Rabia
      Rabia 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Anniem27 but that was normal in Andalasia

    • Victoria Pitetta
      Victoria Pitetta 3 ай бұрын +30

      I'd argue the way he reacted is bc his fairy tale mentallity. He think love doesn't take time, if it's meant to be, it's meant to be. He kissed Giselle and she didn't wake up, so she's not the one, and he accepts that.

    • Anniem27
      Anniem27 3 ай бұрын +22

      I don’t think he truly loved her though, at least not in that way.. Both were in love with the fairytale perception of love.

  • Payton McMullin
    Payton McMullin 3 ай бұрын +9

    My favorite thing is the receptionist he’s talking to about marrying Nancy is the voice actress for Ariel from the little mermaid!

  • Teapot Soup
    Teapot Soup 3 ай бұрын +15

    Attraction at first sight, sure, totally possible to find someone attractive at a glance, discover chemistry with someone in a first conversation, hit it off with someone straight away. But true love is something that grows over time, through meaningful interaction between people. And true love isn't just limited to romance either. Best friends are a kind of true love in my honest opinion. You can have so many different kinds of relationships with other people, the important thing is connecting with each other.

    • Gloria Lemonade
      Gloria Lemonade 2 ай бұрын

      I agree with you 100%. I think close friendships can be just as important as romantic relationships, just different kind. And both take time to develop, I would even argue that most couples aren't in love when they start dating (they might love each other but not 'be in love' imo) but that develops overtime to many. Of course exceptions exists but in general I believe this to be the case and usually when people say their love was "love at first sight" they mean they were attracted/infatuated by each other from the start

    • LM Rob
      LM Rob 2 ай бұрын +3

      Thank you. When I tell people how much I love my friends, the usual answer is "you're in love". Yes but no. I don't want to date them, they're just as important as my boyfriend, in a different way.

  • Noah
    Noah 3 ай бұрын +21

    Important info bout the sponsor: the title you purchase from them doesn't really make you a "lord", which you can see, when you look into the Scottish Legal System. The company is not even in Scotland, but in China. There are videos on KZclip that go in depth about the topic. It's a scam, so please don't purchase from them!

    • Anna Taymond
      Anna Taymond 3 ай бұрын

      I knew they were sketchy but China? Are you sure?

    • Masala
      Masala 3 ай бұрын +2

      Commenting to bump. This is important info for all KZclip creators at this point