Sunday, 29 July 2012




Genre: Animated/Fairy Tale

Guide age recommendation: 4+

Runtime: Approx. 100 minutes 

Voice Cast: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy

 Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

 Release Date: November 24, 2010 (wide)

  • Description

The best non-Pixar Disney movie since 1994’s The Lion KingTangledis an effortlessly captivating and frequently breathtaking throwback to the studio’s fairy-tale-inspired films of yesteryear. It’s clear right from the film’s opening minutes that Tangled marks a substantial improvement over such entertaining (yet underwhelming) contemporary Disney efforts as 2004’s Home on the Range, 2005’sChicken Little, and 2008’s Bolt, as directors Nathan Greno and Byron Howard kick things off with a brilliantly conceived and executed sequence that immediately captures the viewer’s interest.

From there, Tangled only gets better and more involving as the filmmakers effortlessly blend the old-fashioned sensibilities of classic Disney with the brisk pace and emphasis on comedy that modern audiences have come to associate with the animation genre. It’s also difficult to recall a computer-generated animated film that has so successfully managed to evoke the feel of hand-drawn animation without sacrificing the eye-popping visuals that CGI has become known for, which ensures that Tangled instantly joins the ranks of such beloved animation classics as The Little MermaidBeauty and the Beast, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.The StoryInspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Rapunzel,Tangled unfolds in a magical realm where an evil witch named Gothel (Donna Murphy) has managed to stay eternally young thanks to a special healing plant. But after the kingdom’s Queen almost dies during childbirth, the King sends out his men to retrieve the plant and uses it save the lives of both his wife and his newborn daughter, Rapunzel. This obviously doesn’t sit well with Gothel, and the villainous witch, after learning that the baby now possesses the plant’s healing powers, kidnaps the kid and locks her away in a hidden tower.Years later, on the eve of Rapunzel’s (Mandy Moore) 18th birthday, Gothel embarks on a three-day journey to find a gift for her “daughter.” (Rapunzel has been raised to believe that not only is Gothel her mother, but that the outside world is dangerous and full of people looking to steal her hair.) It’s during this time that a lovable thief named Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi) bursts into Rapunzel’s life, as he attempts to escape from his various pursuers by hiding in her remote tower. Though initially suspicious of Flynn's intentions, Rapunzel eventually embarks on a whirlwind tour of the outside world with her new friend – though Gothel isn’t going to let her own personal fountain of youth escape without a fight

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