If you’re looking to laugh, you need to stream the new Godmothered movie on Disney+ starting December 4th. Jillian Bell stars as a fairy godmother-in-training named Elanor and let’s just say she needs some help. Throughout her journey of learning how to be a godmother she comes across lots of mishaps as she tries to find happiness for 40 year old Mackenzie played by Isla Fisher.
This movie has so much heart and shares important life lessons such as taking time for yourself, overcoming your fears and more. Add some humor in there, magic, ball gowns and a fairytale ending and Godmothered becomes the movie that saves 2020.
Godmothered Movie Review
I loved this movie and think it’s going to bring some happiness and cheer into our homes because we could all use a fairy godmother right now. I got a mix of Cinderella and Enchanted vibes but holiday edition from watching it.
I enjoyed watching this movie with my family. It’s a fresh new fairytale in a Christmas time setting and I think you’re going to enjoy. I didn’t cry in this film like I do in most Disney movies but I did leave the film with much happiness.
Is Godmothered for Kids?
Absolutely it is for kids and the entire family. There is no bad language or anything that is not appropriate for kids. It’s a great family comedy to watch for the holidays.
Godmothered is streaming on Disney+ starting December 4th! Be sure to check it out with the whole family! If you haven’t signed up for Disney+ yet, you’re missing out on all the fun! Head on over to DisneyPlus.com so you can start streaming now!
About Disney+ Godmothered
Set at Christmas time, GODMOTHERED is a comedy about Eleanor, a young, inexperienced fairy godmother-in-training (Jillian Bell) who upon hearing that her chosen profession is facing extinction, decides to show the world that people still need fairy godmothers. Finding a mislaid letter from a 10-year-old girl in distress, Eleanor tracks her down and discovers that the girl, Mackenzie, is now a 40-year-old single mom (Isla Fisher) working at a news station in Boston. Having lost her husband several years earlier, Mackenzie has all but given up on the idea of “Happily Ever After,” but Eleanor is bound and determined to give Mackenzie a happiness makeover, whether she likes it or not.