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Tangled

The latest Disney film based on the Rapunzel fairytale. Starring the voices of Mandy Moore, Donna Murphy and Zachary Levi.

I absolutely love this film! It is such an updated and modern version of the Disney films my kids used to watch. Boys and girls of any age will love it too, it’s so funny – I loved the horse that was just like Scooby Doo! I’m so impressed with the script writers or whoever came up with the story idea. It even explains why Rapunzel’s hair grows so long and exactly why the woman keeps her locked up. (And don’t worry if you’ve read other explanations – this is totally suitable for children!)

Even the animation – the movements of the characters were somehow modern, and the humour in it too was hilarious – 2 adults, a 12 and a 15 year old were laughing out loud many times. The frying pan is genius! Highly recommended.

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