Analyzed Tangled

Topics: Film, Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi Pages: 3 (1015 words) Published: March 14, 2011
Movies are a way that americas can find enjoyment, entainment, and sometime life lesson. Throught our my life I always loved Disney film and cartoons, on of my favorites that was released in 2010. The movie Tangled is a romantic family fun film, it is the story of Rapunzel or along the lines or the story.

It's the tale of the girl in the tower with the long, loooong hair. In this version, her hair has magical healing powers, gained from a flower that was brewed in a potion and given to her mother during childbirth to save her life. The powers transferred to the child - but then a wicked old woman (who had discovered and nurtured the flower until the king's men found it) stole the baby. Now the woman, Mother Gothel, uses the hair's magical powers to rejuvenate herself on a regular basis. And she's kept the girl hidden away in a tower for 18 years, telling her that she keeps her there because the world is full of wicked people who want to steal her hair's magic. The hero in this story is a raffish thief named Flynn who, with a pair of ruffians called the Stabbington brothershave broken into the castle (where Rapunzel's real parents, the king and queen, live) and stolen a crown. Chased by the king's men (and one particularly determined horse called Maximus), Flynn escapes into the hidden valley where Rapunzel's tower is. Mother Gothel isn't home -- but when Flynn climbs up to the tower, Rapunzel clocks him with a frying pan and trusses him up. Eventually it comes out that Rapunzel wants nothing more than to go to town to see the release of lighted flying lanterns that happens annually on her birthday. (Unbeknownst to both her and Flynn, she's the missing princess the ceremony is meant to commemorate.) So Flynn reluctantly agrees to take her to see it. The jeopardy that they encounter includes both plenty of laughs and lots of excitement. (Fine, 2010) This film was a great movie and the character made the movie better, the voice of Rapunzel, Mandy Moore gave her...
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