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Still shot from the movie: Tangled.


Flynn Rider (voice of Zachary Levi) is a bandit on the run who decides to hideout in a mysterious tower deep in the forest. Unfortunately the structure's only resident, a longhaired beauty named Rapunzel (voice of Mandy Moore), isn't happy about having a houseguest -- and that’s when the plot really gets tangled. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: B+
Violence: C+
Sexual Content: A-
Language: B+
Drugs/Alcohol: B
Run Time: 100
Theater Release: 24 Nov 2010
Video Release: 29 Mar 2011
MPAA Rating: PG
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Lauzon says: Nov. 26, 2010

I brought my 6 year old daughter to see this movie, and we both thoroughly enjoyed it.  I found it to be leaps and bounds better than “The Princess and the Frog’.  My daughter asked questions all the way home about why people lie and about the examples of self-sacrifice that was shown in the film.  Two thumbs way up!

VLebron says: Apr. 05, 2011

I rented this movie more for myself. It’s beautiful I really loved it. It’s definitely more exciting and adventurous than any other Disney movie I’ve seen. Although I would never recommend “Tangled” to any adolescent just because it might be a bad influence. Teens do everything they see in movies and you don’t want your girl running away with the first stranger she meets. Flynn Rider even considers that been rebellious and adventurous is alright. I’m afraid this movie will give young girls the idea of “getting away and live they’re dream” just because they think they’re old enough and have the right to “explore” as soon they turn 18. Teens at that age they tend to act more childish so careful because they learn from what they see.

midge says: Nov. 23, 2011

I really enjoyed this movie, but I will not be showing it to my young children. Someone is murdered, though the actual deed is not shown it is insinuated. Maybe when they are preteens….

Classified Information says: Apr. 13, 2012

Good movie. Action, Mild scary themes, and for you male teens out there, this is not a girly movie!! You could show this to your young children if you think they’re mature enough to handle it; but it might be a bit scary because there is one scene where one character is presumed to be dead(but isn’t) and his wound is shown(with blood) and role models are a bit edgy, like VLebron said. But they learn their lesson eventually. Overall, I give it an A; and recommend it for ages 8/9+.

Heinemann says: Aug. 08, 2012

this is a good movie for all ages youngest that should watch is 2

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