These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Award Snub: Three songs earned nominations for the Best Song Oscar. Hence, the vote got split, and "Falling Slowly" from Once won the statuette.
There is a poster for Superman Returns in Times Square when Edward first arrives. Although an unintentional reference (filming for Enchanted just happened to take place while Returns was in theaters), it still served as a fun little nod to James Marsden's role in that film, and only got funnier once Amy Adams went on to play Lois Lane in Man of Steel.
And Nancy marrying Edward and becoming an animated princess becomes this as of 2013 - her actress, Idina Menzel, voices the 13th Disney Princess, Elsa. Additionally, the Enchanted novelization reveals that Nancy eventually became Queen of Andalasia, while Elsa becomes Queen of Arendelle-the first official Disney Princess to do so. Plus, Nancy married a prince she only knew for one day, while Elsa objects to her younger sister doing the same.
And another set. Giselle was nearly added to the Disney Princess line but then Disney realized they'd have to pay Amy Adams lifelong royalties to use her image. Fast forward to 2014 and Idina Menzel gets to be part of the line, voicing Elsa.
Again from Idina Menzel. When she was cast, she said she felt flattered to be hired only for her acting talents. note A song for her and James Marsden was made but got cut Next time Disney hires her, they made her use her singing skills in full glory.
When Nancy accuses Robert of cheating on her with Giselle, Giselle seems too naive to think that such activity involves anything more serious than kissing someone other than the one you love. For Disney's adaptation of Into the Woods, a scene of Cinderella's Prince cheating on Cinderella, with the Baker's Wife, became toned down from him seducing her, to simply him kissing her.
Nausea Fuel: The "Happy Working Song", especially when the rats are cleaning the toilet with toothbrushes.
Trailer Joke Decay: The scene where Edward is run over by bicyclists mid-song is played in a large portion of the promotional media, to the point where the joke had less of a punch when the movie was released in theaters.
Unintentionally Sympathetic: The animals that helped Giselle in cleaning Robert's apartment becomes this after he and his daughter Morgan literally and figuratively kicking them out. Sure, you can't blame the two for doing that, but still, the audience can't ignore the fact that they cleaned their apartment.