Written March 16, 2014
The film was awesome! Ever since I seen it in theaters when I was 5 and 3 quarters, I loved it. It's still my favorite movie. Yes, it beat Monsters University, it beat Mr. Peabody, it even beat the huge success, Frozen. I loved Frozen and Tangled so much that I'm going to make a full- length crossover called Power BFFs. Link to trailer: [BLOCKED WEBSITE]
The 9 Year Old Movie Critic, Isabelle
Written December 02, 2010
It's a very very good movie for the whole family and the ending is awesome we didn't expect that ending it is sooooo goood.
Written December 28, 2010
Saw it with my boyfriend and we both loved it! Very cute, sweet, funny, and has the old Disney feel of the lion king, the little mermaid, etc.
Written December 13, 2010
We took our 4-year-old and her 3 friends (ages 4-6) to see this movie, and everyone enjoyed it. This was the only movie so far that kept my daughter's interest throughout, as usually (even with The Princess & The Frog), she starts getting restless about 5-10 minutes before the movie ends. The storyline was good, but it seemed to "borrow" a few key scenes from previous Disney movies, such as "Snow White & the 7 Dwarves" and "Beauty & the Beast." Even the music seemed to mimic previous Disney animated features, and I would be hard pressed to find a great unique hit song from the soundtrack. Still, the animation was good and the overall movie was fun to watch. One thing we noticed was that some of the scenes from the previews/trailers were not in the movie at all, so what we expected didn't quite coincide with what we saw. Nevertheless, we wouldn't mind seeing it again when it comes out on DVD.
Written December 06, 2010
Very entertaining but the knife weilding step mom was too much for small kids. The hero is stabbed and bleeds to death. Not the rapunzel my mom told me about. Disney should be ashamed!