His beautiful; yet quirky captor Princess Rapunzel is a feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair. Looking to venture out into the world and finally be part of the festival of lights she has longed for, she strikes a deal with the handsome thief.
She will return his satchel of contraband if he will help her to embrace the outside world. The unlikely duo set off on an action packed escapade discovering there is more than just what they can give back to each other.
Bringing to life to yet another classic tale but with a distinctively modern twist, Walt Disney Pictures presents Tangled; an adventure full of heart, humour and lots of hair.
Complete with a talking super-cop horse, an over-protective chameleon and a gruff gang of pub thugs, Tangled is sure to keep your little ones entertained this holiday season.
Published: The Queanbeyan Age
Date of Publication: 19/12/2010
I would say as actual storytelling goes, it was pretty standard for Disney fare. Intermittent songs, cute animal sidekicks, and an evil stepmother. There are a handful of pretty original jokes, I just don't get the overwhelming fuss that much.
I would say it's a strong story, just not anything I haven't seen before, whereas compared to Frozen, there's a significantly less amount of dramatic beats and character development.
Go ahead, watch it, it's old now. You won't regret it, but you probably won't freak out over it.