Is this my first Disney animated film review? I think it is. I still haven’t reviewed any traditional animation yet. I should rectify that immediately.
Looks like it’s “spoilery questions time” again!
Why does the magic flower power keep the bad lady young, but not Rapunzel? When’d the bad lady build that tower? Why would the bad lady agree to leave Rapunzel alone for three days immediately after an argument about Rapunzel wanting to leave the tower? How does Rapunzel know how to swim if she’s never left the tower? Why does the bad lady instantly get old when Rapunzel’s hair gets cut? Why do Rapunzel’s tears suddenly become magical? Why? Why? Why?
Seriously, though. It’s a decent story that unfortunately fell victim to sexist marketing schemes.
The whole sarcastic thing with the bad lady (yes, I’m sticking with that name for this whole review) got old pretty quickly. If not for her, I would have given a 3 here.
They did a pretty good job of making it fit in with the style of the rest of the animated Disney movies, despite it being CGI.
Well, given the fact that I’ve already seen this four times (thanks, Former Girlfriend!), I’d be telling a lie if I gave any other score here.