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Friday, November 5, 2010

Must See: Disney's "Tangled" in Theaters November 24th

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By Tina Case, Parent Grapevine
Without a doubt, Disney's latest animated full-length movie, Tangled (in theaters November 24) will soon enter your list of Top Family Movies. 

Both in 2D and 3D, Tangled  brings a number of key Disney formulaic traits, which make them so appealing to a wide audience.  However, Tangled brings a new, unique world with breathtaking animation never before seen.

At the helm of Tangled are two of the most revered talents, Nathan Greno and Byron Howard.  They were brought on board to create a movie that could sit on the shelf next to classic Disney animated films and be an entertaining roller-coaster ride for modern audiences. John Lasseter, who’s a two-time Academy Award® winner (Toy Story, Tin Toy) with directing credits that include A Bug’s Life and Cars, says the duo has done it. “They are some of the most talented young directors I’ve ever seen,” he says. “They have such incredible story sense, but one of the things that I love about them is their sense of humor. And they really understand what makes a Disney film a Disney film: the heart. Walt Disney always said, ‘For every laugh, there should be a tear.’ They have such a fresh, contemporary twist on something that’s classically Disney.

“It looks like a classic Disney animated film, but it’s also in 3D CG animation,” adds Lasseter, “so it’s really unlike anything we’ve ever done before.”

Howard also directed Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Bolt, the 2008 animated comedy adventure that grossed more than $300 million worldwide and earned two Golden Globe® nominations (Best Animated Film and Best Original Song) and an Oscar® nomination for Best Animated Feature. The Greno-Howard duo could become the next big collaborators in the industry.

Tangled features five new songs and a score by eight-time Oscar®-winning composer/songwriter Alan Menken (“The Little Mermaid,” Beauty and the Beast,” Aladdin,” Pocahontas” and “Enchanted”). Lyrics are by Glenn Slater, a Tony® and Grammy® nominee for his work on “The Little Mermaid.” An end-credit song, “Something that I Want” is written and performed by Hollywood Records recording artist Grace Potter.

During the Thanksgiving and Winter Holiday, Tangled is the perfect family movie!

Don't forget our Tangled giveaway!  We TWO (2) sets of 3-T-Shirts (one of Rapunzel, one of Flynn Rider, and one of Pascal the chameleon) to giveaway with 3 sets of Tangled Silly Bandz.  Leave a comment before November 24.  Drawing to be by random generator and announced on November 25th.

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