My Name is Tara - and I'm a Disney movie-a-holic.
Having kids has been a blessing for me.
Not just because Mummy-hood is so rewarding,
But because I can go see Disney films at the Cinema,
and not seem like a lonely giant creep,
as I have two children in tow.
For Easter, I sent a long letter to the Easter Bunny,
begging for some children's DVDs for my kids,
Because between you me & the rest of the world,
I hate Larry the Lawnmower.
I think Easter Bunny has some excellent contacts,
I was sent a copy of Tangled to review.
The moment I received it I was jumping up & down screaming,
"Yes, Yes, Yes!"
in my driveway.
so I did have a few parents giving me sidelong glances,
and I didn't care.
After dinner and bath time,
Master S grabbed our copy of Tangled,
and ran to the DVD player.
He turned off Larry the Lawnmower,
so I was already in love with the film before we watched it.
As we three snuggled up on the couch,
I was not disappointed, and neither were the kidlets.
Tangled is a new & improved version of Rapunzel.
For anyone not familiar with the story,
Rapunzel is a princess trapped in a tower with super long hair,
and in true Disney fashion,
Tangled is cute, witty, and appropriate for all ages.
Master S was glued to the film from start to finish,
and even when I giggled, I was told to "shhhhh" by him.
Despite the film's main characters being Rapunzel [of course],
and Flynn Rider,
it was the characters Pascal the chameleon & Maximus the horse who were our family favourites.
I expect that Tangled will be watched over, and over, and over again in the Happy House.
...I am positive the kids won't mind my obsession.
And thanks to the lovely folk at Porter Novelli,
[this is the super, duper, awesome, fun bit]
I have one copy of Tangled on DVD to giveaway to a lucky Our Whirlwind Adventures reader.
In order to nab yourself a copy,
you simply have to be a follower of Our Whirlwind Adventures &
leave a comment telling me which is your favourite Disney movie, and why!?
The winner will be chosen using Random.Org at 8pm on May the 10th, 2011.