The long-haired Princess Rapunzel has spent her entire life in a tower, but when she falls in love with a bandit who was passing by she must venture into the outside world for the first time to find him.
I know, I know, I'm supposed to be a little old for cartoon, but I couln't resist to a Disney cartoon, with such a nice story and the voices of Zachary Levi, who I really like and Mandy Moore, who I like too.
I liked the fact that they changed the story a little and made it modern, without the simple helpless princess, who the only think she does is singing in a castle and dreaming of her prince, who will come and save her from her loneliless. I liked the fact that the only thing Rapunzel wanted was to see the stars from close and never thought of falling in love. I liked that Flynn was a thief and a liar and not a prince with honor. I liked the dialogues and the characters' reactions to the events that were happening in their trip. And I liked the way they fall for each other. The person I didn't like was Gothel. In general, I don't like bad women who steal babies. Gothel wanted Rapunzel for her own, in order to stay young forever. Even the bad actions are modern. I mean that she didn't steal the baby for revenge or to take the kingdom or anything like this.
Bottom on, I believe that this is a movie you have to see, even if you think you're old for cartoon and even if you're boys. I liked it a lot, as far as you can understand and I laughed a lot. And it's a perfect choice for a family night. Seriously now, if your parents believe that you're not spending much time with them, suggest them to see that movie altogether.
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