Tangled: A movie of DREAMS!

Philippines
February 5, 2011 4:53am CST
Anyone seen the movie TANGLED? I really love this movie. It talks about dreams, anything that you want to achieve, it may not be a thing but it is something that definitely answers your taste for craving.what I like most are the characters,especially Maximus the horse, he is a horse with a heart.I also love Rapunzel and Eugene aka Flynn Ryder, what a team up during their big escape. so, what do you think guys? rate this up!
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@tiffnkeat (1679)
• Singapore
6 Feb 11
I watched it, but in the 2D version. I wonder if it is better in 3D especially with the floating lanterns. Overall, I think it is a simple story (Rapunzel), and too kiddish to be realistic. A horse that thinks is beyond my understanding (pardon me, I have nothing against horses). Recently I watched "How to train your dragon". I thought the effects much better and the storyline much more original. Just my 2 cents worth.
• Philippines
11 Feb 11
I have seen How to train your dragon too, and yes the storyline is original and the effects too is way better but I guess there's always a child in me that loves to watch cartoons especially if its from Disney animation.
• United States
5 Feb 11
I haven't watched this movie. To me it doesn't seem like a really interesting movie and it could be to childish. I would like to see it and find out more about it.
• Philippines
6 Feb 11
Well if you are into disney animation, you should watch it.
• United States
25 Aug 11
I first saw Tangled with my niece in theatres of last summer. These last few days I've been watching it on Netflix. For some reason I am drawn to it like an addict, though mentally I've been trying to analyze the plot and characters through a viewer perspective. Rapunzel is kidnapped by the witch who just wants to stay forever young. While watching the scenes several times, I've wondered the following. Is Mother Gothel really that determined to keep looking young forever? The answer is yes. She may have not wanted to kidnap the child, as evidence by the cut of the hair strand, but to remain young she felt she had no choice. And then, like the flower before Rapunzel, she was afraid of losing that. The next set of thoughts was my wonder of whether or not Mother Gothel really cared about Rapunzel as a person. She had raised the girl as if she were her own daughter, providing her with food, clothing, paints, books, and more. The only thing she did was keep her locked inside a large tower and made use of her healing powers through brushing Rapunzel's hair. There is more. How is it that Rapunzel could be so open and outgoing with the public when she had been locked away for 18 years? How is it she could quickly handle herself, and that nothing came as a surprise to her? I would think she'd be a little more uncertain of her surroundings while clutching onto Eugene (Flynn). But she barely had except for a few times. Even more puzzling was that she saved him by single-handedly standing up to a group of ruffians, all who could have crushed her with ease. But despite not being able to answer myself other than with "It's just a Disney move," I am addicted to it. I really enjoy Maximus and the chameleon. They are quite entertaining.
@lady1993 (17415)
• Philippines
31 Jul 11
Yes, I love this movie to since it has lots of lessons to teach us, like you said, dreams do come true if only we persevere. I love all the characters..even the witch.. she played her part well.
@harck721 (372)
• Philippines
25 Apr 11
I definitely loved this movie. It's probably the best Disney has released in a while. The character designed were very nice, the soundtrack screamed awesome and the animation, nothing less than what Disney can offer. The best part of the movie (for me)was the villain. She was so human, and yet so bad-guy-ish that I couldn't help but fall in love with her. I'm just a little disappointed that her ending had to be like that. I mean, I know it's an evil deed to kidnap a child, but she loved Rapunzel and didn't mistreat her (except the part where she kept her trapped in the tower, but that was the point of the story). Anyway, who wouldn't want to stay young forever? Flynn was a good prince charming, too. He wasn't your stereotype prince. He was a vain and greedy thief who dreamed of nothing more than to get rich (backstory aside, he's still a vain and greedy thief). However, I can't help but feel they copied elements from other movies...(*cough*PussInBootsPleadingEyes*cough*)
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
12 Feb 11
absolutely gorgeous I just saw was one of the most successful Disney movies ... great .. I recommend to everyone .. both children and parents and what not,grandparents ... absolutely fantastic ...a little action , humor and the romantic that every fairy tale ...I declare it my favorite
• Philippines
10 Feb 11
I watched this movie in dvd only, but we really enjoyed it. I watched it with my son and husband. There is no dull moment in the movie, we enjoyed it especially Maximus (the horse) parts. It's a good bonding for the family. I'm really touched when Rapunzel already saw the lanterns in person. If you really want to achieve your dreams, there is always a way and you will have it whatever it takes. Along the road, besides the obstacles you will learn a lot. I will recommend this movie to be watched ;)
@minnie15 (146)
• United States
7 Feb 11
I actually liked it. I thought it was really good. It was much better than I expected and my daughter loved it as well. Will buy it for sure when it comes out on DVD.
• United States
7 Feb 11
I love Tangled! One of my favorite Disney movies ever! I think Rapunzel is so utterly adorable, it's just not possible not to love her. And big tough thief Flynn Rider's real name is EUGENE! Awwww! That's so cute. I think I adored everything about this movie. My favorite part was when they entered the city and everyone was stepping on Rapunzel's hair and Flynn sees some girls braiding each other's hair. He whistles to them, shows them Rapunzel's hair, and their eyes get really big and their faces just light up. I love that part. I can't wait to see the movie again.
@gelooo5 (113)
• Philippines
6 Feb 11
I haven't seen it yet but based on the comments and reviews of my friends that have already watched the movie, I think it's a great film. I'm planning to watch it if I'm not that busy anymore. hehe =D
@ElicBxn (60874)
• United States
6 Feb 11
I thought it was a GREAT movie - probably the only thing I would've changed was her hair at the end of the movie - not make it blond, but at least have it in order, after all, she was suppose to be queen then. I wonder how they are going to do a part 2, like they have so many of the others... and I loved the horse, I'm glad he became a "good guy" in the end! Definitely the smartest member of the Kings army!
@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
5 Feb 11
I did not see it yet, my daughter saw and it and she loved it. She went and saw it with some friends she is nearly 15 and she thought it was really cute and really funny. I just have not had a chance to see it yet, I am sure my youngest would love it too. We might have to wait until it comes out on DVD though because I think it is close to being finished at the theater.
@prad_18 (13)
• India
5 Feb 11
I have seen this movie. Lovely movie :)
@JohnMach (556)
• Philippines
5 Feb 11
It's a modern Rapunzel story. My wife watched it but I haven't. She said it's a good movie like you said. That's what you expect out of Walt Disney's films. They are all filled with lessons, they are not just animation movies you can't make anything out of.
• United States
5 Feb 11
Hell, yeah! I've seen it, and it's honestly one of the best animated films I've ever seen. At first, from the previews, I wasn't really interested in it, but when my friends convinced me to watch it, it was worth it. I was really surprised (and disappointed) when it wasn't nominated for Best Animated Feature for this year's Oscars 'cause it really deserves it.
@NoWayRo (1062)
• Romania
5 Feb 11
I liked that movie too, I like almost all animation movies, so why not? Still, I think it would have been a lot better if they made it a hand-drawn movie, instead of a computer animated one, I don't think they really needed all these fancy animations for such a classical theme, and an old-school look would have suited the story better.
@dainy1313 (2354)
• Leon, Mexico
5 Feb 11
Hi Celeste2224 I haven´t watched Tangled, but I watched Rapunzel with my children. I love this kind of movies because they are hearted movies. I don´t enjoy big drama movies, nor violence movies... world´s reality news are enough drama... you know! Hehe... Blessings! ... Dainy