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.
The magically long-haired Rapunzel has spent her entire life in a tower, but now that a runaway thief has stumbled upon her, she is about to discover the world for the first time, and who she really is.
Princess Elena has saved her magical kingdom, Avalor, from an evil sorceress and must learn to rule as its crown princess. Elena's adventures will lead her to understand that her new role requires thoughtfulness, resilience and compassion.
Sofia, is a little girl with a commoner's background until her mom marries the King and suddenly she is royalty. With the help of the three fairies in charge of the Royal Training Academy, ... See full summary »
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.
Rapunzel's father, King Frederic, speaks on screen for the first time. See more »
[having revealed her hair]
Let them go!
It's amazing what you can hide under those wigs, isn't it, Princess?
[to her crew]
Come on! Let's move out.
[Rapunzel snags the cart's door with her hair, ripping it off]
Ugh. Now you're just making me angry.
Good! Cause I'm just getting started.
[to her crew]
Get those people back here, now!
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Its unbelievable how this sequel was even approved to go in production. I am OK with low budget movies, I can even understand creators trying to save on CGI by creating animation that we used to see 20 years ago. But come on - script??!! I think it's been written in one weekend. And I doubt it was a long weekend. Completely toothless, zero humor. So beautifully animated Tangled with great dialogue that appealed to both kids and parents is turned into a forgettable princess movie for 6-7 year olds. Disappointed!
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