History TearJerker / Enchanted

30th Jan '16 12:38:38 PM wyattte
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-->Robert: *whispering* ''Please...don't leave me.''
** [[spoiler: The look on Nancy's face is equally crushing. She knows it will work, and she knows the implications it has for their relationship. It's heartwarming in the sense that she's willing to step aside without a mote of spite or vindictiveness, but you can see her heart splintering all the while.]]

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-->Robert: *whispering* ''Please...-->'''Robert (whispering):''' Please... don't leave me.''
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** [[spoiler: The look on Nancy's face is equally crushing. She knows ''knows'' it will work, and she knows ''knows'' the implications it has for their relationship. It's heartwarming in the sense that she's willing to step aside without a mote of spite or vindictiveness, but you can see her heart splintering all the while. In fact, watch her in the dancing scene leading up to it - you can see in her face the sad realization that the spark with her and Robert just isn't there anymore.]]
20th Aug '15 12:18:43 AM RushLimborg
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** The sequence is doubly this when you realize that Creator/AmyAdams's own parents divorced ''when she was eleven''--potentially giving her tears in this scene a heart-tugging RealitySubtext....
9th Aug '15 2:35:23 PM RushLimborg
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* Giselle bursting into tears when she learns the meaning of the word "divorce" can become this, especially for audience members who've been through a painful separation. Even if you haven't, she really calls attention to the tragedy of a once-loving relationship dissolving into divorce--and everyone else's cold reaction to her tears ''really'' tugs at the heartstrings (in the sense of "Has society truly become so desensitized to this?")
23rd Jan '15 9:14:58 PM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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** What really did it for me was when she watched Nancy and Robert kiss and she just looked like she was going to cry.

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** What really did it for me was her expression when she watched Nancy and Robert kiss and she just looked like she was going to cry.kiss.
28th Apr '14 12:10:23 PM GigaGuess
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** The look on Nancy's face is equally crushing. She knows it will work, and she knows the implications it has for their relationship. It's heartwarming in the sense that she's willing to step aside without a mote of spite or vindictiveness, but you can see her heart splintering all the while.

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** [[spoiler: The look on Nancy's face is equally crushing. She knows it will work, and she knows the implications it has for their relationship. It's heartwarming in the sense that she's willing to step aside without a mote of spite or vindictiveness, but you can see her heart splintering all the while.]]
28th Apr '14 12:10:06 PM GigaGuess
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-->Robert: *whispering* ''Please...don't leave me.''

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-->Robert: *whispering* ''Please...don't leave me.''''
** The look on Nancy's face is equally crushing. She knows it will work, and she knows the implications it has for their relationship. It's heartwarming in the sense that she's willing to step aside without a mote of spite or vindictiveness, but you can see her heart splintering all the while.
18th Oct '12 7:58:02 PM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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** What really did it for me was when she watched Nancy and Robert kiss and she just looked like she was going to cry.
25th Sep '12 12:37:22 PM Sapphirea
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* Call it [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] or IndecisiveParody, the scene when Giselle has that dance with Robert is strangely moving. It becomes crushingly sad when [[spoiler:she's alone and the disguised Narissa essentially taunts her with the knowledge she's going to marry a man she no longer loves, as a way to convince her to eat an (actually poisoned) apple with the promise that she'll forget this experience and live HappilyEverAfter. Giselle is in such pain that she does.]] Of course, this ''is'' a Disney movie, and I knew going in exactly how everything would work out, but perhaps it's a testament to how good AmyAdams is that she was sobbing during this anyway.

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* Call it [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] or IndecisiveParody, the scene when Giselle has that dance with Robert is strangely moving. It becomes crushingly sad when [[spoiler:she's alone and the disguised Narissa essentially taunts her with the knowledge she's going to marry a man she no longer loves, as a way to convince her to eat an (actually poisoned) apple with the promise that she'll forget this experience and live HappilyEverAfter. Happily Ever After. Giselle is in such pain that she does.takes a bite...]] Of course, this ''is'' a Disney movie, and I knew going in exactly how everything would will work out, but perhaps it's a testament to how good AmyAdams is that she was sobbing during this it's a tearjerker anyway.
14th Sep '12 3:20:29 AM midoriri2
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* After Giselle [[spoiler: eats the apple and falls asleep, Robert realizes that TrueLovesKiss is the only thing that will wake her up. He steps aside to let Edward do it (and the observant viewer will notice he was ''just'' about to move in to kiss her himself for a moment), but it still doesn't work...so both [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy Edward and Nancy tell him that]] ''[[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy he'll]]'' [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy have to do it.]] And then there's what Robert says right before kissing Giselle.]]
-->Robert: *whispering* ''Please...don't leave me.''
14th Jan '12 7:22:27 AM PaulA
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* Call it [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] or IndecisiveParody, the scene when Giselle has that dance with Robert is strangely moving. It becomes crushingly sad when [[spoiler:she's alone and the disguised Narissa essentially taunts her with the knowledge she's going to marry a man she no longer loves, as a way to convince her to eat an (actually poisoned) apple with the promise that she'll forget this experience and live HappilyEverAfter. Giselle is in such pain that she does.]] Of course, this ''is'' a Disney movie, and I knew going in exactly how everything would work out, but perhaps it's a testament to how good AmyAdams is that she was sobbing during this anyway.
** The ambiguity of [[spoiler:Narissa's]] wording and Giselle's GenreSavvy could also make it so that she [[spoiler:knows she'll fall into eternal sleep]] and it's a sort of [[spoiler:suicide]]. Which slays me even more.
** For me, it started when Robert started mouthing the chorus of "So Close" in Giselle's ear.
*** More than just mouthing...he's ''singing'' to her. When you remember his earlier statement that he didn't sing, it gets all the better.
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