Simply A Masterpiece
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good back-story, and good acting
Pretty good movie overall. First half was nothing special but it got better as it went along.
The best DISNEY animated film. Not including Pixar. Awesome story and fun to watch.
Judging by its cover the animation is really good as well as the plot and scenes. maybe not one of the best ones but definitely worth to watch. give it try. encourage friends and family the same.
This is so funny, there are so many laugh out loud moments - I loved it. The songs are excellent with wonderful singers singing them. Excellent casting choices. This a revisionist version of Rapunzel but not in a way one would expect. I found this film to be a perfect blend of fantasy and reality. Charming, to say the least. And most importantly it is HILARIOUS! Flynn will go down as one of the funniest Disney characters ever.
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I've been avoiding this in an attempt to heighten the minimal amount of masculinity that I've acquired throughout my life. Rapunzel on a pink front cover doesn't convey laddish testosterone. So I reluctantly gave in and watched it...and oh boy I'm glad I did. Disney keep astonishing me with their animations, I really shouldn't be surprised anymore. A reinterpretation of the story of Rapunzel, a princess kidnapped and locked in a tower where an evil woman utilises the power of her hair to remain youthful. A nearby thief encounters the tower and is locked in a promise to guide her to the neighbouring kingdom, against the behest of her "mother". Tangled singled handedly put Disney's animation catalogue back on track after many lacklustre titles during the mid 00s. Incredibly easy to see why, this animation had it all. Developed memorable characters brimming with personality and harmonious voices, apparently everyone can sing in this kingdom. Ranging from royalty, thugs and peasants to a determined stallion and an expressive chameleon, this array of colourful characters breathe life into the plot. A fleshed out story dealing with dreams, internal conflict and romance. A witty screenplay boosted by sarcastic dialogue that creates plenty of smiles and laughter. Whether it be the various inaccurate wanted posters of Flynn, "that smoulder" or the constant requirement and usefulness of the average frying pan, it's these little details of self-awareness that enhances a basic narrative into the realms of memorability. The animation was absolutely stunning, plenty of fluid motion. The scene involving the lifting of lanterns just floored me. Beautifully crafted. The musical numbers were catchy which is all one needs for a Disney musical. Sure, the plot was predictable and the ending was far too rushed (underwhelming demise of the antagonist) but these shortfalls hardly detract from a entertaining animation that the whole family can enjoy. Well, maybe I should tackle 'Frozen' next...