This movie is a new animated take on the classic story of Rapunzel. After being locked away in a tower all her life in order to provide youthfulness to her adoptive mother who stole her at birth, she develops an extreme desire to leave the house. After Flynn Rider uses her tower to hide in while her mother is away, she begs him to take her with him so that she can finally see the world. Together, they travel near and far and experience many new things together. Although, Flynn is hiding secrets of his own as well. This movie shows the importance of breaking away and becoming your own person, even if it means taking risks and sometimes breaking rules. I would rate this well animated film 4.5/5 stars for its interesting take on a classic movie, and I would recommend it to anyone with a love for Rapunzel and Disney films. @The_Reviewer of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

This movie is magical, and beautiful... In this beautiful kingdom, there is a new baby. She is not just an ordinary girl, she is the princess. She's also a survivor. When the queen was carrying her, she got sick and this magic sunflower healed and saved both of them. The magic sunflower has a special power when it's sang to with a special song. Only one person knows about this and it's an old lady who uses the sunflower for her own advantage; to keep herself young. Though the sunflower is gone, the power is in the princess, the princess's long long hair. The old lady kidnaps the princess and claims that she is her mother. The princess never cuts her hair because if she does, the power will disappear... The princess is forced to live in a tall tower and is kept away from civilization. One day a man breaks into the tower and she starts to realize things... and starts to break the rules and live for herself...
- @mockingbird of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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