The DVD of "Enchanted" is finally coming to DVD and Blu-ray disc tomorrow in the US. It's filled with extras: featurettes on the staging of three of the musical numbers, deleted scenes, bloopers and a pop-up game. Director Kevin Lima provides introductions for a batch of deleted scenes, and other extras include a short film featuring Giselle's chipmunk pal. However, only the Blu-ray disc includes "The D-Files," a quiz that unlocks vintage clips and making-of footage with each correct answer.
In an animated fairy-tale universe, an evil queen (Susan Sarandon) disrupts her stepson's romance with a princess (Amy Adams) by sending her into the real world. "Enchanted" is Disney having a nice laugh at itself but those looking for a more cynical parody of Walt's legacy --such as DreamWorks' "Shrek"-- will be disappointed. It remains a Disney film at heart, and is respectful of the genre it gently makes fun of.