Tangled animated movie (2010)  » Movies  »
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  • These days, most movie trailers showcase all the best scenes in a movie, so there is really not too much left in the movie
  • Those two definitely brought the characters of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider to life
  • Unfortunately, the music did not live up to its predecessors

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      Another foray into Disney’s celebrated fairy tale genre, “Tangled” is a retelling of the classic story of Rapunzel. I grew up watching Disney’s second Golden Age, so I watched “The Little Mermaid”, “Aladdin”, “Mulan”, and so many other masterpieces in addition to their creations during the first Golden Age. In recent years, Disney had another foray back into the princess genre with “The Princess and the Frog,” but that movie could not hold a candle to Disney’s other works.

      After seeing the trailers, I felt that seeing this movie would set me up for another disappointment. These days, most movie trailers showcase all the best


      scenes in a movie, so there is really not too much left in the movie.

      The previous trailers that I had seen for this movie did not do it any justice. Unlike the other princess movies that preceded it, “Tangled” was rendered digitally, but this did not take away from the overall feel of the movie, as the Disney animators once again created a lovely alternate world of classical castles and lush forests.

      The forest foliage was so carefully detailed; it was certainly a treat for the eyes, and I could definitely see the Rococo influence there. The lantern scene was the obvious highlight ...


      • of the movie; it was definitely a treat for the eyes, and would amaze any child or adult audience watching the film.

        The writing was sharp and witty, bringing to life the combined voice talents of Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi. Those two definitely brought the characters of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider to life.

        Moore’s voice was lovely and easily suited that of the princess. Unfortunately, the music did not live up to its predecessors; while I liked the movie, I cannot recall a single song form the film.

        Disney animated films are often remembered by their catchy tunes, but “Tangled” did not really have any.

        That is unfortunate, because Moore’s voice would have definitely been able to do it justice.

        There is a pseudo-death scene that may be too mature for the under 5 crowd, but it is not too graphic. While its music does not seem up to par with its other movies, it still possesses a great story overall.

        Like many other Disney films, “Tangled” encompasses a band of funny and often memorable characters and combines it with a moral of how individual strength can overcome any obstacle. It’s a sweet story for the family to enjoy together.

        Overall, this is certainly another great installment in Disney’s princess films.




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