Tag: Disney Princesses

REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 9 “There’s Something About Hookfoot”

“Now this is my kind of date!” *Spoilers* “There’s Something About Hookfoot” begins with the group still stranded on the island and fighting off a band of merpeople. Rapunzel chimes in with the narration that this is, in fact, a love story, and we flash back to Hookfoot staring into th...

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REVIEW: Frozen (2013)

“What power do you have to stop this winter? To stop me?” Frozen has an interesting history. A loose adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, it was originally intended to stay closer to the original story. It was in and out of production from Walt’s time until it was ...

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REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 8 “King Pascal”

*Spoilers* “King Pascal” begins with the group on a makeshift boat, trying to remain calm as a storm comes. Rapunzel gives everyone tasks except for Pascal, who she urges to hide below deck. The chameleon sees that the jib of the mast is loose and tries to re-tie it, but ends up falling and ...

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REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 6, “Vigor the Visionary”

*Spoilers* “Vigor the Visionary” begins with Rapunzel and Eugene planning a special date until they hear magical chimes in the distance. They follow the sound to a wagon containing Vigor, a monkey who tells the future. His fortune for Rapunzel says, “If you see someone fall, pick them up.” R...

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REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 5, “Freebird”

*Spoilers* In “Freebird,” Cass finds Rapunzel meditating and insists that the break is over and they need to move on. Eugene, Lance, and Hookfoot get into a disagreement over who’s the strongest, provoking the bemused female party members to go off on an adventure. They come upon a couple ...

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REVIEW: Tangled (2010)

“No! You were wrong about the world. And you were wrong about me!” Disney’s main marketing strategy for their 50th animated classic release was to emulate DreamWorks. Stateside, the characters were shown with mischievous smirks and the trailers employed violent slapstick comedy and pop son...

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