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Nathaniel talking on phone: There's a side I've never seen to her before. Person on phone: I think you need to ask her what she really thinks about you. Queen Narrisa: Hello worthless. Miss me?
Nathaniel: "Sire, do you . . .like yourself?"
Edward: "What's not to like??"
Giselle: "Oh! It's you!"
Edward: "Yes. And you are . . .?"
Edward: "Oh Giselle!! We shall be married in the morning!!"
Robert: "Well, can I call someone for you?"
Giselle: "Oh, I don't think they'd hear you from here."
[Nathaniel arrives in New York]
Arty: Let me guess. You're looking for a beautiful girl, too?
Nathaniel: No, actually, I'm looking for a prince.
Prince Edward: [holds sword in front of construction worker's neck] I seek a beautiful girl. My life partner, my one coquette, the answer to my love's duet.
Arty: [stuttering] I'd like to find one of them too, you know?
Prince Edward: [threatening Robert with his sword] Have you any last words before I dispatch you?
Robert: You have got to be kidding me!
Prince Edward: Strange words.
Robert: So, what's the deal with this prince of yours? How long you been together?
Giselle: [wistfully] Oh, about a day.
Robert: You mean it feels like a day because you're so in love.
Giselle: No, it's been a day.
Robert: You're kidding me. A day? One day?
Giselle: And tomorrow it will be two days.
Robert: You're joking.
Giselle: No. I'm not.
Robert: Yeah, you are.
Giselle: But I'm not.
Robert: You're gonna marry somebody after a day? Because you fell in love with him?
Giselle: (After calling for animals and rats, pigeons and flies show up) Oh, I guess you'll have to do.
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violet_panda_347 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: in one scene the evil queen casts a spell that changes her into a gigantic dragon. younger viewers might find this a little terrifying. but we should remind them that things like dragons and magic don't actually exist.
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A classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day New York City in a story about a fairytale princess who is sent to our world by an evil queen. Soon after her arrival, Princess Giselle begins to change her views on life and love after meeting a handsome lawyer. Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world?