'Tangled' Review: Two Jews On Film' Go 3D With 'Tangled' (Video)
'Tangled', the newest 3D film from Disney Studios, written by Dan Fogelman (Cars) with music by Alan Menken (Little Mermaid) is the reworking of the fairytale, Rapunzel. Once upon a time, lived a baby princess, named Rapunzel (Mandy Moore) with magical hair that had the power to rejuvenate. An evil witch (Donna Murphy) decides growing old sucks, so she steals Rapunzel from the King and Queen. The evil witch locks Rapunzel in a tower and pretends to be her loving mother. Rapunzel grows up and like any normal teenager wants to leave home and experience the real world. As fate would have it, a hot, handsome thief (Zachary Levi) comes along and through a set of circumstances, helps Rapunzel find the courage to come down from her tower and see what life is all about. If you want to know if Rapunzel lives happily ever after, go see this charming, delightful, absolutely fun film. 'Tangled' is not only for children...It's for any adult that's still in touch with their inner child. The 'Two Jews On Film' give 'Tangled' one of their highest bagel ratings. Opens in theaters November 24, 2010.
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