NZ release: 16 November 2022

Adult themes, scary scenes Rated on: 16 November 2022


What’s it about?

With a teenager in the house and her family’s new life in suburbia, Giselle finds herself struggling and wishing her life was magical again. However, when her wish becomes reality she soon realises the consequences this has, especially what this does to her role as stepmother.

The facts

  • Directed by Adam Shankman
  • English language
  • Runtime: 121 minutes
  • The sequel to the 2007 film Enchanted

Why did it get this rating?

This film was self-rated by Disney+. You can find out more about self-rating by streaming providers here.

Adult themes

Robert is a divorce lawyer, Morgan is beginning to navigate her teenage years and Giselle is figuring out how parents fit into playground politics.

These topics might include things that younger tamariki don’t understand but these things are likely to just go over their heads.

Scary scenes

Characters change from good to evil. A town is threatened by fantasy creatures, such as giants, spells and dragons, and people are turned into toads. Suburbia turns to chaos due to the threat of world destruction (and fantasy world destruction).

If fantasy and magic is something that doesn’t sit right with little members of your whānau they might find this film a bit scary. Otherwise this is a family friendly film with a happy ending.

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