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Disney presents a new twist on one of the most hilarious and hair-raising tales ever told. Your whole family will get tangled up in the fun, excitement and adventure of this magical motion picture.
When the kingdom's most wanted - and most charming - bandit Flynn Rider hides in a mysterious tower, the last thing he expects to find is Rapunzel, a spirited teen with an unlikely superpower - 70 feet of magical golden hair! Together, the unlikely duo sets off on a fantastic journey filled with surprising heroes, laughter and suspense.
Let your hair down and get ready to cheer for "Tangled." Bursting with never-before-seen bonus features, it's even more enchanting on Blu-ray Hi-Def.
Once the viewer navigates the uncooperative menus, there are a number of special features, some more interesting than others. Directors Nathan Greno and Byron Howard introduce three deleted scenes. One is set at the Jaunty Moose tavern, a sort of 18th-century biker bar that was replaced by the sequence at the Snugly Duckling pub. Without the upbeat "I've Got a Dream" song to propel it, the sequence plods and does little to advance the story. The directors were wise to remove a silly interlude with a fortunetelling monkey dressed like Johnny Carson's old Karnak character. It's difficult to judge how effective either of the two versions of a traditional storybook opening would have been, as the storyboard drawings are very simple. If the finished artwork had the visual impact of Eyvind Earle's illuminated manuscript pages in Sleeping Beauty, the sequence might have been stunning. But both versions feel overly long and needlessly talky. Two features stress that Tangled is the Disney Studio's 50th animated feature--although they arrive at that figure by omitting the animation/live-action combinations Victory Through Air Power and Song of the South (but not The Reluctant Dragon or Dinosaur). Voice actors Mandy Moore (Rapunzel) and Zachary Levi (Flynn) try to convince the audience they're having fun presenting trivia and brief behind-the-scenes peeks, but the audience is more aware of how hard they're working than how much fun anyone's having. The story of how Tangled reached its final form after nearly 10 years in development and production would have been more interesting. --Charles Solomon
2-Disc BD Combo Pack (BD+DVD)
• DVD features plus
• 3 deleted scenes
• The Making of a Fairy Tale
• 2 extended songs
• 9 Theatrical Teasers
Unfortunately, we got a defective copy. The soundtrack was very uneven. Suddenly would get very loud, then soft.
Very easy to return.
Said it was in very good condition. When receiving it was not attatched to its case and was almost unplayable! Wasn't very impressedPublished 1 day ago by tay9
I'll admit it. I'm a full grown woman and I will watch this EVERY time it comes on. I mean, "frying pans, who knew?!" Classic!!!Published 4 days ago by Happily HomeSteading
If you haven't seen this movie, you should just see it. Even my husband loved it.Published 4 days ago by Ashley McIntosh
Little one loves it! Wife liked it too. I've seen it like 20 times. lolPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great movie. Did not buy it from Amazon. Bought it with subscription to Disney Movie club.... Must have watched it at least 10 times. And... at 9/27/15 -3:43. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jana
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|Movie won't play on my Blu-ray players||
All other Disney Blu-rays play on my Samsung BD-C5500 but Tangled will not play.
May 13, 2011 by wag12 | See all 11 posts
|Are the bonus features from Disney store online and here are the same?||
I've never known the Disney Store to sell anything different from other retailers or to have any exclusives when it comes to videos.
Feb 7, 2011 by P. R. Blay | See all 2 posts
The DVD (US version but not the Canada version), Blu-Ray, and 3D Blu-Ray all include Spanish audio and Spanish subtitles.
Apr 11, 2011 by Joseph R. Wood | See all 2 posts
|Latin American or European Spanish?||
Since Danna Paola from Mexico is Rapunzel's voice in Spanish and Chayanne from Puerto Rico is Flynn/Eugene's voice in Spanish, my guess is that it is Latin American Spanish. Also in the end credits it refers to "Version Latino America".
Nov 21, 2011 by Joseph R. Wood | See all 3 posts
The Blu-ray I got in the US has English, Spanish, and French subtitles, no Portuguese subtitles.
Jun 20, 2011 by Joseph R. Wood | See all 2 posts
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