Tangled (2010)

Tangled (2010)
  • Time: 100 min
  • Genre: Animation | Comedy | Family
  • Directors: Nathan Greno, Byron Howard
  • Cast: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy


After receiving the healing powers from a magical flower, the baby Princess Rapunzel is kidnapped from the palace in the middle of the night by Mother Gothel. Mother Gothel knows that the flower’s magical powers are now growing within the golden hair of Rapunzel, and to stay young, she must lock Rapunzel in her hidden tower. Rapunzel is now a teenager and her hair has grown to a length of 70-feet. The beautiful Rapunzel has been in the tower her entire life, and she is curious of the outside world. One day, the bandit Flynn Ryder scales the tower and is taken captive by Rapunzel. Rapunzel strikes a deal with the charming thief to act as her guide to travel to the place where the floating lights come from that she has seen every year on her birthday. Rapunzel is about to have the most exciting and magnificent journey of her life.


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  • Before I begin the review, I must say that Disney has made quite an accomplishment in making this the 50th animated movie in their history since “Snow White” back in 1937! What an era that was!

    As for the movie, changing the title to “Tangled” from “Rapunzel” does indeed reach out well with its young audiences. The cast was well-selected, the animation was complex, yet brilliantly crafted, and the song arrangements felt traditional in terms of what the past Disney fairy tale-based films had done before, which captured my attention and kept me interested even more. After all, Mandy Moore did a stunning job providing the speaking and singing voice of Rapunzel herself. The song titled “I See the Light” was very noteworthy among them all since I felt a similar, positive feeling as I did with Aladdin’s “A Whole New World.”

    I wasn’t bored in the least on the storyline, it made me want to see more as the plot began to develop even further. At one point, I couldn’t help but feel sorry for the two main characters’ (Flynn and Rapunzel) inner struggles and how they really feel about one another, but that’s exactly what I was hoping!

    Growing up among Disney’s most memorable canon animated films throughout its history has been something I’ve followed since I was born (the late 1980s). I have seen all of the previous 49 animated movies and “Tangled” has definitely made itself worthy to reside in its rightful place as the official #50! THIS is a must-see and I think I’ll be looking forward into seeing it again and again whenever I choose!

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