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Rapunzel in the book was not a princess, Rapunzel was stolen because her mother would die and not give birth to Rapunzel if she didn't get some of the witch's Rapunzel plant, which she craved so Rapunzel's father stole some. When he did it again, the witch caught him, and threatened him to either give her the baby when it was born, or be turned into a frog(ask me why again she really needs the rapunzel, she has alot more). He decided to give her the baby(Terrible parenting), instead of being stolen from Mother Gothel for her hair. In the book, she only had long hair, whereas in the movie, her hair Lit up , could heal wounds and scratches, and make one younger when she sang a song. There is a prince in the story, where instead Flynn is in the movie. The prince finds Rapunzel by hearing her singing from afar. Flynn finds her because he is looking for somewhere to hide. The witch finds out about the prince because Rapunzel is impregnated by him(they aren't even married yet). In the movie, she finds his satchel, with a wanted post of him. Instead of needing her hair, the witch lives for a very long time. Instead of trying to hide Rapunzel again, the witch cuts her hair, and banishes her from the tower. When the prince comes back, and yells for her to let down her hair, the witch lets down her cut hair, the prince climbs it, and the witch scratches out his eyes, instead of stabbing him in the back, and killing him for a few seconds. In the movie, she cries over him with just a tiny bit of magic in her tears. In the fairy tale, they bump into each other in the desert. Being so happy just to see the prince, seeing past his blindness, She cries over him, healing the scratches in his eyes, Making him able to see again, and they get married. It doesn't tell in the book whether the witch is dead or not.
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Books and movies are both written. * when watching a movie you can see and hear the details, where as when reading a book you are able to imagine them, and create the pic…tures in your head. * While writing a book the author only has to imagine it and write it down, but when making a movie the director, producer, and screenplay writer gave to work together to create the scenes, make the special effects, and of course find the perfect actors/ actresses for each major and minor roles. * There is also a considerably more amount of money involved in making a movie. you have to make the scenes, hire the actor, pay the workers, directors, producers, buy the advertisements pay for the reels that the movies are made on, and last but not least they either have to make their own story, or buy the rights from the original author of the story they decide to use.
You read a book and you watch a movie. A movie that derives from a book is usually a bit different than the book itself.
Besides the obvious , movies condense books for time and economic reasons. The movie may also contain scenes that are not in the book. This is done for several reasons which i…nclude the idea that an addition to the movie may enhance the story.
If you have read the book, the differences are very obvious. I personally dislike the movie because it leaves out some very important scenes and most of the rest were cu…t short and modified to the degree where the movie was extremely loosely based on the book. If you really want to see the differences, read the book then watch the movie. Things are usually better that way, anyways.
To truly answer this question would take more time than anyone should bother with, but I can give the overall differences: Missing from the movie was the character of Patrick… Hockstetter, as well as a few more minor characters, and the history of the monster in the town of Derry. In the movie, Beverly didn't have sex with the boys in the tunnels on their way out after they believed they killed the monster when they were 12 (early). The character of Beverly Marsh in the book was a very tough tomboyish girl who didn't take crap from anyone (except her father). In the movie, she was played by actresses who portrayed her as very meek, both in her 12 year old and adult years.The movie left out the entire part of the book when they were in the "macrospace" and mentally fighting the monster. In the movie this was simply portrayed as them being hypnotized by the monster. In the movie, the 12 year old group never made it to the "lair of it". They met up with Pennywise in the cellars in some random place.No mention of the Turtle in the movie.Many interactions with Henry were left out of the movie. There are so many more differences, but I think I hit on most of the ones that really took away important context from the movie version.
The movie is really bad, the book, sublime.
yes they do kiss two times and almost a third!
Flinn but cannot rember his real name? Edwin?
Rapunzel, voiced by Mandy Moore, sings the following songs in the movie 'Tangled': -When Will My Life Begin? -When Will My Life Begin? (Reprise) -When Will My Life Begin? (Rep…rise 2) -I've Got a Dream (along with Flynn/Eugene, Pub Thugs, and others) -Healing Incantation -I See the Light (along with Flynn/Eugene) -The Tear Heals These are the lyrics to 'Healing Incantation': Flower gleam and glow Let your power shine Make the clock reverse Bring back what once was mine Heal what has been hurt Change the Fates' design Save what has been lost Bring back what once was mine What once was mine
Mandy Moore gave voice to the animated character of Rapunzel in the movie Tangled.
No she dosent die in tangled. She lived and so did Flynn Ryder.
Tangled is different from the original Rapunzel story in many ways. Rapunzel was originally the daughter of commoners- her status as a princess was a new concept.Rapunzel fal…ls in love with a prince- Disney, already having her as a princess, replaced the prince with a commoner and a thief.Though Rapunzel's hair is unnaturally long in all the stories, and in some, even has magical properties, the idea of it making people young and healing is something Disney came up with. Basically, other than Gothel kidnapping her, her name being Rapunzel, her hair being super-long, and a man climbing her tower and falling in love with her, the entire storyline is invented by Disney. The original story has no floating lanterns, no chameleon, no epic journey, no thief.
she didn't cut it herself ( spoiler alert here ) Eugene cut it to save her from Mother Gothel who has been using Rapunzel's hair to stay forever young, in the beginning of… the movie you will understand why
Mandy Moore was Rapunzel in Tangled.
No one ,cause your weird
Tangled is the full length movie and Tangled ever after is a short film that follows Tangled.