When the kingdom's most wanted-and most charming-bandit Flynn Rider hides out in a mysterious tower, he's taken hostage by Rapunzel, a beautiful and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair. Flynn's curious captor, who's looking for her ticket out of the tower where she's been locked away for years, strikes a deal with the handsome thief and the unlikely duo sets off on an action-packed escapade, complete with a super-cop horse, an over-protective chameleon and a gruff gang of pub thugs.
Lastly, Disney grabs up to Pixar (who can do no incorrect in my opinion). I LOVED this movie! My grownup kids and grandbabies (5 & 7) also loved it. It was crazy, wonderful, intelligent, magnificently cartoon, and didn't hit one incorrect observe. I especially experienced Max, the Structure Equine. He had a LOT of individuality, like Toothless in How To Practice Your Monster (the most exciting and lovely cartoon personality yet). I liked Flynn's cynical self-interest, and how he didn't tumble head-over-heels for Rapunzel until he got to KNOW her better. Mom Gothel was a a little bit different and refreshing wicked "mother". Her snide reviews hidden as fooling were fun to look at. All the music were very excellent (especially Mom Gothel's. Excellent lines and delivery!) A number of my preferred components were the Celtic-like tune and dancing conducted in the city middle, and the lantern establishing community. Really wonderful. When Max munches down Flynn's desired poster, I have fun out noisy each time. I've seen this 4 periods so far, and am going again the next day evening. I like to assist movies like this by investing my cash on them, expecting the filmmakers get the concept and create more. We need satisfied, optimistic movies with healthy mail messages. There's too much discomfort on the planet to sit in a cinema and check out more. I don't go to movies to have my middle attractive out. I want category, wit, middle, and comedy. I also want a structure EXACTLY like Rapunzel's! I just love her lovely hairs.. :)
Walt Disney Animation Studios has regained its touch and reclaimed its glory. After a decade of churning out animated flicks that only served as a shadow to the works of Dreamworks, they have finally created something that deserves a place in my heart. Yeah, I agree how the latter part of my previous sentence was covered with cheese. But that’s how the movie made me feel – Cheesy. I developed affection for its characters, and I felt the loss in its tragedy. Also, I released a couple of blushes towards its romance. As the loveless chap that I am, I’m usually unaffected by mushy moments in movies, but not this time. “Tangled” is just too darn adorable.
Let me share with you a quick story. My childhood was blessed beyond grace, for it was nurtured by a loving, gentle woman: my mother. As amazing as she is, we abide by the truth that nobody’s perfect, and my dear mother had poor discernment when it came to animated movies. She was numb to the genre; identifying animated characters as nothing more than plastic objects. So you could tell that I was filled with delight when she informed me that she had enjoyed “Tangled”. The makers back at Disney must have done something incredibly right. I mean, even I had a special fondness for the movie, where most of it is directed at its young princess. If Rapunzel ever gets thrown into the real world, like Amy Adam’s Giselle in “Enchanted”, I’ll be the guy to catch her. And now this movie review has extra cheese.
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Weaving a golden tale of laughter and excitement, Disney takes the classic story of "Rapunzel" to new heights. The film follows the life of Rapunzel: a socially-deprived, kidnapped princess whom I jokingly refer to as "the ultimate home-schooler." In pursuit of her dream to leave her confining tower and see the floating lanterns, she teams up with the unlikeliest of friends: a wanted thief, a band of ruffians, and a canine-like horse. With unexpected plot twists and exquisite embellishments, "Tangled" makes the original fairytale come to life.
I originally had low standards for this movie; Disney seemed to have lost its touch for making Disney Princess movies, as evidenced by "Princess and the Frog" and other attempted "classics." The previews made the film seem dull, untrue to the fairytale, and stereotypically feminist. As I entered the theater, however, I found myself captivated by the elegant animation and charming plot from the moment it began to the last credit to roll on screen.
Alan Menken, the composer for many Disney classics including "The Little Mermaid" and "Beauty and the Beast," is one of the most inspired geniuses when it comes to film scores. His masterful music paired with the sweet voices of Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi paves the road to a new generation of timeless music. When I hear the term "Disney Magic," my mind pictures the moment in which Cinderella's rags transform to a beautiful ball gown in a burst of shimmer. As I watched "Tangled" however, silvery chills ran down my arms as the thousands of twinkling lanterns illuminated the night sky over Flynn and Rapunzel's boat. I believe I have a new definition for "Disney Magic."
ok i didnt know its repunzal...i hadnt seen the promos and i was expecting something really nice and new like most of the animated movies...which are great to watch...but watching it than was kinda boring coz i already knew the whole story...but i cant stop myself from appreciating the humour in it...that ass..and the guy were both hilarious...
This movie was surprisingly pretty good. When I saw the trailer I really was not that interested and I wasn't even sure if I really liked the voice over choice. But I decided to give it a chance. I am glad I did, because I did enjoy the film. There were a few things that set me off a bit though. One is that you can watch it in 3D, yet the movie wasn't really made for it. I can only really remember a couple parts that really used the 3D effect. The other thing was the music. Alan Meken did the score for the movie. He also did the score for the Little Mermaid. So this movie seriously felt like I was watching the Little Mermaid every time someone would sing. It was like he took sound clips and words from that movie and put it in this movie. For the most part, the animation was decent and fun, but not amazing. The voice over cast really did fit with the characters. Zachary Levi did fit his character and I thought he wouldn't. Mandy Moore did a great job as her character. They managed to put a little lizard and a horse in the film for fun characters to watch and enjoy and I am glad they did. I really did enjoy the horse. That character had me laughing a lot. So overall, it was not the best, but it was a fun movie to watch.