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Enchanted

We saw Enchanted today at a matinée with our niece, Aubrey, who came to visit us for the weekend from Oklahoma. We loved this movie and recommend it for a light and entertaining film this holiday season. It was wonderful! I give this movie a 5 out of 5!!!!

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Mandi said…
Kelly- I forgot to post on our blog we saw Enchanted too, late last night. Chris and I loved it. Chris took me because I have been begging him for a month. Today we were singing all day long "I've been dreaming of a true love's kiss"! Loved it. I recommend it to anyone who loves fairytales, princesses and happy endings!
Kelly said…
Ha ha, Mandi. We've all been singing that too, and cracking up. What a fun movie.
ninnies said…
that's cute mom, I also like the picture, very cute! That was really fun, and I found out that both Lauren and Julia also saw that movie this week. I liked the song in the park. "How does she know that you love her... la la..." =]
Lonna said…
How funny. James and I actually saw it on Thanksgiving as well. Our first date in a while. I thought that it was so cute. We too sang the songs for the next couple of days. I do love a good happy ending.
~Family Life said…
We thought this was so cute! We saw it on Friday. We want to open a dress shop just like hers. :)
Madison said…
!!!! I love this movie! New favourite! I laughed my BRAINS out. I'm pretty sure the other people in the theatre thought I was a dweeb.
Heidi said…
I would love to see this but my hubby not so much. I will probably wait for it on video!
Summer Adams said…
I'm so glad you loved it. I'm dying to see it and was wondering how it was. We live at Thanksgiving Point and we have a theatre here by all the shops so I'll have to check it out while my parents are here. What a fun family flick!
Julie said…
I'm dying to see this movie! I love Patrick Dempsey! So glad to hear its a good one!
glad to have the movie review. this is one i have wanted to see.
I was finally able to see this last night while Brent was at the Priesthood session!! I thought it was such a great movie. I loved the songs and dancing. I love when clean movies are made. I'm now an Amy Adams fan!

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