Tangled

Tangled
Tangled

Year

2010

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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Disney sprinkles its animated magic on the classic Grimms’ fairy tale Rapunzel in this comedic adventure. Steering slightly away from the story that often portrays Rapunzel as a helpless young woman kept in an evil witch’s tower since infancy, this reworking presents Rapunzel as an extremely feisty and capable teenager eager to escape. When a charming outlaw Flynn Rider invades the tower for one of his hideouts, Rapunzel sees the opportunity to finally see the outside world, even if it means lugging her 70 feet of magical, golden hair along the way. Together they embark on visually delightful escapade, packed with action, laughs, and colourful characters, from an over-protective chameleon to a pair of vengeful criminals.

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