Set between Walt Disney Animation Studios' "Tangled" and its short film "Tangled Ever After," this animated adventure/comedy series unfolds as Rapunzel acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom and the people of Corona.
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The kingdom of Atlantica where music is forbidden, the youngest daughter of King Triton, named Ariel, discovers her love to an underground music club and sets off to a daring adventure to bring restoration of music back to Atlantica.
Samuel E. Wright,
Beauty and the Beast "midquel" set during Belle's original stay at the Beast's castle and composed of three short stories (four in the DVD release) that suitably teach both kids and adults to forgive, love, and be kind to one another.
Rapunzel grapples with the responsibilities of being a princess and the overprotective ways of her father. While she wholeheartedly loves Eugene, Rapunzel does not share his immediate desire to get married and settle down within the castle walls. Determined to live life on her own terms, she and her tough-as-nails Lady-in-Waiting Cassandra embark on a secret adventure where they encounter mystical rocks that magically cause Rapunzel's long blonde hair to grow back. Impossible to break and difficult to hide, Rapunzel must learn to embrace her hair and all that it represents.
I saw some bad reviews on this earlier so figured i would weigh in
The only thing I did not like like about it was the formulaic singing that Disney seems to do with all their stuff, I believe Disney has some kind of computer program, and anyone who sings, especially women, must adhere to this voice to within 95%, so we always get nice sounding voices with very little range. But no highs or lows, the same sounding voice over and over.
I did not detect any sort of lesbian thing here, the relationship between daughter and Father is strongly emphasized
The animation is weak and will probably be dinged as low budget, but its serviceable
It comes across as a movie targeting girls between K-10 grades, but my wife and i enjoyed it, which is saying something since both of us often avoid Disney, their stuff is pretty redundant
Hopefully the upcoming episodes will be as enjoyable
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