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post #31 of 129
Really good movie。 i enjoy the dialog very much。the Animation is fluid like from 2d ,not digitally produced. Disney traditional animation style blends with modern story telling very well. highly recommended.
post #32 of 129
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Originally Posted by tg5spd View Post

Saw the 2D version last night at my local dollar movie theater and was blown away by how much I enjoyed this "musical, princess fairy tale"! This is one of the best Disney movies I've seen in years. The video had more detail than I think I've ever seen in an animated movie and the audio has to be a new LFE reference disc when it arrives (the theater was rumbling for most of the run time), absolutely a MUST BUY!!!

Excellent! Im cant wait till next week when I recieve my copy.
post #33 of 129
For those who enjoy preorder goodies, you get 3 really nice lithographs
if you preorder from the Disney retail store. I know you can
get the BR cheaper online but I couldn't pass it up.
post #34 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mark Booth View Post

'Tangled' is the best Disney animated movie since 'Beauty and the Beast'. And, in 20 years, 'Tangled' will be looked upon with the same respect as a true Disney classic. And, IMHO, spending even $1 to rent 'Tangled' is a waste of a dollar because you'll end up buying the movie anyway.

Quite different from my own take on it. Most of my time was spent wishing I'd taken the kids to see the Harry Potter movie I could hear playing in the next theater room. The actual "movie" parts were decent, but I found the songs to be annoying and forced at best. Every time they started singing I could feel the nail being driven through my skull.

The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast...those had songs that were entertaining and at least didn't do anything to distract from the film. Tangled's songs were ill placed and just plain boring. If this movie is seen as a classic in years to come, I'll be extremely surprise. Then again, based on current Hollywood offerings across the board, it doesn't take much to be a classic these days.
post #35 of 129
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Originally Posted by sb1 View Post

Quite different from my own take on it. Most of my time was spent wishing I'd taken the kids to see the Harry Potter movie I could hear playing in the next theater room. The actual "movie" parts were decent, but I found the songs to be annoying and forced at best. Every time they started singing I could feel the nail being driven through my skull.

A whopping 11% of the Rotten Tomatoes public didn't like it either:

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/tangled/

Mark
post #36 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mark Booth View Post

A whopping 11% of the Rotten Tomatoes public didn't like it either:

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/tangled/

Mark

Why of course, how DARE someone like sb1 say they didn't like this movie! You sure proved him wrong!
post #37 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mark Booth View Post

'Tangled' is the best Disney animated movie since 'Beauty and the Beast'. And, in 20 years, 'Tangled' will be looked upon with the same respect as a true Disney classic. And, IMHO, spending even $1 to rent 'Tangled' is a waste of a dollar because you'll end up buying the movie anyway.

Mark

Not a lion king fan?
post #38 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mark Booth View Post

A whopping 11% of the Rotten Tomatoes public didn't like it either:

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/tangled/

Mark

I'll be sure to remember not to follow my own path in the future. I've now committed my life to being a follower. Thanks for the warning.

As a Disney movie fan, I'm simply sharing my own view of this movie. It most certainly was not one of my favorites.
post #39 of 129
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Not a lion king fan?

I like Lion King just fine. It was the best Disney animated movie since Beauty and the Beast. But that changed in November of 2010.

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Originally Posted by sb1 View Post

I'll be sure to remember not to follow my own path in the future. I've now committed my life to being a follower. Thanks for the warning.

As a Disney movie fan, I'm simply sharing my own view of this movie. It most certainly was not one of my favorites.

And I was simply pointing out that your opinion is in the minority.

But, fair enough. My apologies. I didn't mean to belittle your opinion or ruffle feathers.

Mark
post #40 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mark Booth View Post


And I was simply pointing out that your opinion is in the minority.

But, fair enough. My apologies. I didn't mean to belittle your opinion or ruffle feathers.

Mark

No feathers ruffled at all, hence the winking smiley.
post #41 of 129
This one appears for me to not have too high expectations regardless of many good opinions on the movie itself. So I am not blind buying especially since it is available on day one for rental.

Maybe it will surprise me in my order of animated films but we will see.
post #42 of 129
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Originally Posted by rezzy View Post
Is this any good? Virtually everything (CG) they've done outside of Pixar has flopped fabulously (I did enjoy Chicken Little though)..
Well box office isn't always an indicator of quality, but this one did pull 560 million worldwide.
post #43 of 129
The movie itself was good but I found the musical part sorely lacking. I love Disney musicals but this was should have just stuck to the movie. I kinda feel like since they had Mandy Moore in the cast they felt obligated to have songs.
post #44 of 129
Does the 2D version come with a digital copy?
post #45 of 129
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Originally Posted by rolltide1017 View Post

Does the 2D version come with a digital copy?

Just a DVD copy with that. Need to spend the money on the 3D version to get that.
post #46 of 129
Watched it last night, loved it. The 2d version has blurred backgrounds while the 3d has sharp backgrounds.

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/b1260e124252225
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/f93ea7124252239

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/48510d124252317
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/a94e40124252327
post #47 of 129
Thread Starter 
interesting with the differences. It Shows that they really planned for the 3d for this movie.

Thanks for the screen caps
post #48 of 129
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Originally Posted by invadergir View Post

Just a DVD copy with that. Need to spend the money on the 3D version to get that.

Thankfully the 3D version is only $5 more so, I'll get it to get the digital copy. My daughter watches movies on our iPhones all the time and it cost $15 to buy the digital copy through iTunes. Cheaper to pick up the 3D version even though I have no plans to ever buy 3D equipment at this time.
post #49 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Watched it last night, loved it. The 2d version has blurred backgrounds while the 3d has sharp backgrounds.

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/b1260e124252225
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/f93ea7124252239

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/48510d124252317
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/a94e40124252327

OMG that rocks. Nice to see at least one company puts time, effort & thought into releasing their projects with the best possible presentation for any given format.
post #50 of 129
Yea I noticed it didn't seem like the sharpest cgi movie ever. I jus assumed the soft focus look is what they were going for.
post #51 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Watched it last night, loved it. The 2d version has blurred backgrounds while the 3d has sharp backgrounds.

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/b1260e124252225
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/f93ea7124252239

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/48510d124252317
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/a94e40124252327

Does the 3D disc have the option to watch it in 2D?
post #52 of 129
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Originally Posted by Bachelor View Post


Does the 3D disc have the option to watch it in 2D?

They usually do give you the option
post #53 of 129
I believe it is a requirement that ALL 3D blue ray movies are backwards compatible with 2D players.
post #54 of 129
I think Disney are the exception to that rule, hence giving a 2D and 3D disc.
post #55 of 129
2D backwards compatibility of a movie is a choice by the studio. They can simply lock it during authoring.
All 3D Blu-ray PLAYERS are required to play 2D Blu-ray movies.
post #56 of 129
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Watched it last night, loved it. The 2d version has blurred backgrounds while the 3d has sharp backgrounds.

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/b1260e124252225
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/f93ea7124252239

2D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/48510d124252317
3D: http://www.imagebam.com/image/a94e40124252327

Is the black on the sides of the 3d grabs due to steroscopic floating windows?
post #57 of 129
BTW, I won't mention specific pricing info, but one major retailer has this at the standard discounted price BEFORE the Disney coupon... and their exclusive packaging includes a li'l Tangled "Golden Book".
post #58 of 129
I seem to remember reading that a 3D BD was required to be playable (In 2D) on any existing BD player. I could certainly be wrong but I remember specifically reading this not too long ago (Whenever the 3D boom hit) I just assumed Disney was able to bypass this because they've always included a 2D copy with their 3D BDs. My 3D copy of A Christmas Carol won't work with my PS3/2D TV, nor will my new 3D copy of Tangled. The Tangled disc even says "Plays in Blu-ray 3D player only!" Though I'm not complaining since I bought them for the 2D versions. But it would be cool to see those clearer backgrounds...
post #59 of 129
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Originally Posted by rolltide1017 View Post

Thankfully the 3D version is only $5 more so, I'll get it to get the digital copy. My daughter watches movies on our iPhones all the time and it cost $15 to buy the digital copy through iTunes. Cheaper to pick up the 3D version even though I have no plans to ever buy 3D equipment at this time.

You can just rip the DVD and make your own digital copy. It will look the same and be DRM free that way.
post #60 of 129
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Originally Posted by Savageone79 View Post

The movie itself was good but I found the musical part sorely lacking. I love Disney musicals but this was should have just stuck to the movie. I kinda feel like since they had Mandy Moore in the cast they felt obligated to have songs.

My family enjoyed the songs in Princess and the Frog. Is the music in this comparable?
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