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November 23, 2007



I want to see that movie. It looks pretty funny.


Oh how I loved this movie. I loved that the heroine became a stepmother.


The BF and I saw the previews for Enchanted when we went to the last Harry Potter movie. He turned to me and said, "You're going to drag me to that, aren't you?"

Luckily for him, a friend/co-worker wants to see it and I'm going with her instead. He sure dodged a bullet!

Tickled Pink

I loved, loved, loved it. I loved it way better than my kids, the 3 friends they brought with them, and the 15 five year old girls sitting behind me for a birhtday party.


I drug my husband to it on Thanksgiving day. I thought it was tres cute!! My husband was a good sport!!


I loved this movie, I just saw it today. Amy Adams never breaks character. And the lady from RENT being in there was a good surprise. That's how you know . . .


Looks like a cute movie. No way would Dave go to see it. Since I don't get out much without the twins, I'll probably have to wait till it's on dvd.


I don't remember how I came across your blog, but I'm sure it was through another running blog. Anyway, I took my daughter to see this, and thought it was a great movie myself. Very funny, and a good message, I think. I love taking her to the movies... saw Bee Movie last time. That was a great movie. :)


I don't know what's wrong with those guys. I liked the movie. I thought it was really funny. Actually, the whole time I was thinking, "My sister would so love this movie." She's into all of that Disney princess kind of stuff, and she's 21.
It's not so much about romance as it is making fun of romance. Who doesn't enjoy a good comedy?
Funny. I saw it on the same day with a group of other kids (both guys and girls). They all enjoyed the movie too.
Though that may just be because we're all crazy Mormons and we like good movies. =P

Miss Scarlett

Enchanted was so much better than I expected. My sister and I very nearly wet ourselves during any scenes with the chipmunk. Yes - how silly we must've looked. Two twenty-somethings in hysterics over a chipmunk who thinks he can talk. For some reason it just got us.
Love your blog!

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