Stills from "Manhattan" There are always some movies, which are not aimed at sweeping the trophy, nor are they intended to be praised by film critics. They face the masses directly, and strive to ensure that moviegoers of all ages can understand and laugh. Such Works, often replayed on movie stations, are the most likely to freeze difficult fingers on the remote control and lock the attention-tired eyes in front of the TV. "Manhattan" is definitely one of these types.
The story is played by Amy Adams (Amy Adams) as telemarketing list the protagonist Giselle, the princess of the kingdom of Andalasia who falls in love at first sight with Prince Edward (James Marsden), who is his dream lover, and decides to get married immediately. On the day of the royal wedding, Giselle is pushed into the wishing well by the prince's stepmother, an old woman pretending to be Queen Nalissa played by Susan Sarandon, and this magical wishing well takes.
Giselle to 21 Century Square in New York, and was rescued by Rob, a divorce lawyer played by Patrick Dempsey. Later, Queen Nalissa also came to Manhattan to complete the unfinished business... Before "Manhattan" was released in 2007, all walks of life in Hollywood were already highly curious about this plan, and Disney, the "Fairy Tale Maker", would make a public mockery of itself! Is this the icing on the cake for a selling point gimmick?