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Animation, Family, Musicals, Romance
Disney sprinkles its animated magic on the classic Grimms' fairy-tale Rapunzel in this energetic, CGI charmer. Sassy and fun, the comedy re-working centres on a princess who's been locked in an evil witch's tower since infancy. Not only is the now teenage Rapunzel extremely feisty, but she’s also got this incredible 70 feet of magical, golden hair: twin complications for handsome outlaw Flynn when he stumbles upon the girl’s ‘prison’ and ends up her hostage. Curious about the outside world, she agrees to let the thief go if he takes her with him. So begins a visually delightful adventure, packed with action, laughs and brilliantly colourful characters, from an over-protective chameleon to a pair of vengeful thugs.
A film guide that looks at Beauty and the Beast (1991), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Tiana is a feisty young woman with big dreams in Disney's New Orleans-set re-telling of the classic fairy tale.
5–11 years 95 mins
Inventive and magical French version of the Beauty and The Beast fairy tale, with effects that must be seen to be believed.
7+ years 99 mins
Classic Disney animation in which Princess Aurora is cursed to fall asleep forever unless she's saved by a kiss from her true love.
5–11 years 72 mins
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