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'Tangled'

"I was being chased. I saw a tower. I cleared it. End of story." ~ Flynn Rider

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The 2013 Walt Disney version of Rapunzel, or Tangled, according to a man who already died starts with the sun. A beautiful flower, whose song the adversary of Rapunzel sings, "Let your power shine," she would not share her good with the blond princess. This queen of the faraway kingdom instead ursurped the healing flower of Rapunzel. And used this to make herself she thought, more beautiful than Rapunzel. In short, she would build the kingdom of her outer show while neglecting as the appropriate fairy tale analogy want to say. That heart which had no heart, but only a strange and hidden desire to own someone, during the animated child story at hand, made an attempted theft of the beloved of Rapunzel. The queen used in short, a gift of healing to harm Rapunzel.

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A beautiful flower, a song of adoration, the comparison of Rapunzel, she shared her gift of love as a candle of the sky.
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The birth parents of the beautiful blond princess, had felt they had lost her, after they hid her away at the top of a tower. Celebrating the birth of the tangled one, though each year released a lovely paper Japanese lantern with a candle to the sky for her honor. The ceremony of so many lights, a part considered of the town who although they tried, could not hide everything. Always praying for her own return to her birth parents and to the kingdom from where she had been removed at birth, this also always why her birth parents also released thousands of the lanterns each year at the day of her original birth. At the same time, the young girl princess likely did not associate her gift of oil painting with anything. However, one day a man named Flyer Rider (Eugene Fitzherbert), through some strange on foot aerodynamics, he found the princess and within her high tower of family exile. "Rapunzel, let down your hair," goes the classic line of the fairy tale. But Rapunzel only wants a ticket to another netherland for her eighteenth birthday. And wants to take her seventy feet of magical hair with her to see, "The floating things. The stars outside, from in person to know what they are. "You will act as my guide, to take me to these lanterns," she informs the young princely man. "And then bring me back safely again." And it is at that point, and only at that point that Flynn will get his briefcase back. Rated G