Wonderful character development!
Very interesting film. Was caught on the premise when seeing the trailer but unsure as to what the outcome would be for the showing. As it turns out, it was a very good film.
At first rather annoying in its heavy emphasis on reenactments, this movie ultimately proves fascinating, simply because the complicated, highly dramatic tale it tells still almost defies belief.
This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. You have to go and see this on the big screen.
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"Tangled Ever After" is a nice little add-on for those who enjoyed the Academy-Award nominated feature starring Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi. Without having seen the original film, it's pointless to watch though, but why would you. It's directed by Greno and Howard again and also features the voice cast from the film, although they don't really have that much to say. Basically, in these under 7 minutes, we follow the two main characters's BAFFs (best animal friends forever) trying to get back the wedding rings for their masters. Hands down, Gollum couldn't do their job any better. They really give it their best. There's lots of action in here and it happens something new pretty much each second for the entirety of the short film.The good thing about it is that you get to see pretty much every character from the film (Flynn's friends, Rapunzell's family), even if only for a very brief moment. I also liked the lantern reference to the "I See The Light"-scene, one of 2010's finest. The cake ending was pretty funny as well. This short film was published roughly a year after the original movie and though it did not blow me away, it is 7 minutes worth spending.
This movie is made by Disney.I would like to recommend this movie to you.Everybody can enjoy and relax,because this story is very simple and so colorful and there are a lot of pretty characters in this movie.At first,when you watch this movie,you will be very moved by a bravery horse.The horse is the movie's hero.It works under a Princess.When her wedding is hold on,Her ring is stolen by a frog.And,the horse comes running after the frog to get back it.But,it comes across a lot of difficulties.He does not discourage by these.It calls up all its courage and try it.I was moved.At the same time,it makes us laugh because those difficulties are so fantastic.In addition,I was moved.If I was the horse,I would give up getting back it.And,the music is extreme.It makes me feel uneasy just to listen it.In the end,it takes back her ring.This is a happy ending.This story is very nice.
While this film is hardly groundbreaking since the characters are all recycled, this is an incredibly cute little short. It picks up from the end of "Tangled" where you see that Rapunzel and Eugene are destined to marry and live happily ever after. Here in "Tangled Ever After", it picks up at the wedding where the two are about to be joined. Oddly, they pick their friend, a horse, to be the ring-bearer. Unfortunately, disaster strikes and the rings are lost--and the film shows the horse and his buddy, the chameleon, on a crazed adventure to get those rings! Despite the brevity of the plot, the film gets big kudos for being funny and quite enjoyable throughout. Well worth seeing.
When Nathan Greno and Byron Howard (With the help of a cadre of Disney's finest) created the original Tangled, it was spectacular. I gave it a 10/10. Well, they've done it again. Pascal and Maximus all but stole the original film, and in 'Ever After' they are given a reprise that will satisfy every one of the 'sidekick-lovers' out there (myself included).Clay Kaytis has called 'Ever After' zany. It is that, but more to the point, it's hilarious. You don't get go laugh out loud very often in the theater, and the fact that it takes less than ten minutes for Ever After to get you there is quite a statement. The 3D is (with one minor exception) not abused, as was the case in the first film, but rather totally immersive. I personally wanted more of Rapunzel and Flynn, but only for about thirty seconds. After that, it's Flynn's escape from the castle on steroids, plus Pascal for spice, and with a few scenes from Ratatouille thrown in. A feast fit for kings and queens of all ages.Note to Disney: Lightning in a bottle is rare. Tangled it the hottest property you have. MAKE A SEQUEL! Why are you still reading this and not drawing? GO! Oh.. and to Nathan and Byron... Once could be a fluke. Twice is genius. Congratulations; Walt would be proud.