Rapunzel, Rapunzel lets down her hair in Disney's animated rendition of the Brothers Grimm story. The House of Mouse is an old hand at fairy tales, and Nathan Greno and Byron Howard's 2010 concoction – the studio's 50th animated film – is set in suitably olde fashioned times. But this is a thoroughly modern affair, funny, sharp, and fizzing with girl power. Mandy Moore gives voice to the lady with the long tresses, with Zachary Levi as the floppy-haired rogue who tangles with her.
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