Monday, March 21, 2011

TANGLED DVD/Blu-Ray giveaway



Walt Disney Pictures presenta TANGLED, una de las historias más divertidas y espeluznantes jamás contadas. Cuando el mas buscado -y encantador – bandido del reino, Flynn Rider, se esconde en una misteriosa torre, es tomado de rehén por Rapunzel, una bella y vivaz adolescente con una caballera dorada de 21 metros de largo, que esta encerrada en la torre. Entonces, la singular captora, buscando el pasaporte que la saque del encierro donde ha permanecido durante años, sella un pacto con el guapo ladrón. Así es como el dúo se lanza a una travesía llena de acción, con un caballo súper-policía, un camaleón sobre protector y una ruda pandilla de matones. También esta en Disney Digital 3Dtm, TANGLED ofrecerá una historia de aventuras con sentimiento, humor y cabello….¡mucho cabello!

Walt Disney Pictures presents its 50th animated film: TANGLED, one of the most hilarious, hair-raising tales ever told. When the kingdom’s most wanted—and most charming—bandit Flynn Rider (voice of ZACHARY LEVI) hides out in a mysterious tower, he’s taken hostage by Rapunzel (voice of MANDY MOORE), a beautiful and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair. Flynn’s curious captor, who’s looking for her ticket out of the tower where she’s been locked away for years, strikes a deal with the handsome thief and the unlikely duo sets off on an action-packed escapade, complete with a super-cop horse, an over-protective chameleon and a gruff gang of pub thugs. In theaters this holiday season in Disney Digital 3D™, TANGLED is a story of adventure, heart, humor and hair—lots of hair.

The film uses the voice talents of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy and Ron Perlman.

Check ou the trailer here.

Enter for your chance to win a TANGLED DVD/Blu-Ray Combo pack

1) What would you do with magical 70-foot long hair?

2) Tell me about a time you gained confidence by doing/trying something new

This giveaway ends on March 28, 2011 at 8 am. 1 winner will be randomly chosen, and will have 24 hrs to claim their prize. Please leave your email address in your comment. Good luck.

***Disclosure-No compensation was received.

31 comments:

Arlene H.J. said...

If I had 70 foot long hair, I'd cut it up in 2-foot increments and donate it to the Locks of Love, which gives wigs to cancer patients who are going thru chemotherapy.

Something new I tried that gave me confidence is fashion blogging! I always wanted to become someone's personal stylist or someone that people can turn to for fashion advice, but I doubted my talent in writing and my taste in today's trends.. I may not have plenty of people reading my blog but now I feel very confident in my opinions of what looks good and maybe I can have a career in beauty and fashion one day!

Mrs. C said...

1) What would you do with magical 70-foot long hair?

WOW, I would first just go crazy with all the different hair-do's I could do, and just maked it look so pretty! Second is that I love kids, I would let them enjoy it too, such as let them swing off of it and play with it, and let them just have a blast! Last of all and I hold close to my heart is just like in the movie, where she would sing to get her hair to light up, and help her mother change back from old to young, I would love to cure sick people!

2) Tell me about a time you gained confidence by doing/trying something new?

My confidence grew when I walked down that aisle to meet my husband. It had all started from the time we got engaged and planning the most exciting time of our lives, till the big day, we had so many people happy for us, and so many people who had doubts and was not afriad to show us(well me) on how they felt such as:

You are to immature to married him
You are Pregnant
He is going to leave you for someone else
My all time favorite your marriage is not going to last!

It funny how so many people thought so wrong about us and why we were getting married, but just could not help that I was happily in love and not pregnant, and this was a great decision that I was making for me and my future. I would love to end this answer by saying this, this November my husband and I will be celebrating our three years wedding anniversary. I may have married to young but being married to him has been the happiness three years of my life, and my confidence has been stronger from the day I told him "I do!"

Love,
Live,Laugh,Love it's simply an amazing recipe


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leanne_mac said...

I would cut it, it would drive me insane. My hair drives me insane when it gets to long.

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leanne_mac said...

I gain confidence when I workout.... hmmm why don't I do it then??

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teressajoe said...

I would have to cut it, it would get in the way! teressajoe@comcast.net

teressajoe said...

I gained confidence when I went back to school after having kids. teressajoe@comcast.net

Raven In A Blue Room said...

with that amount of magic hair I would go crazy trying out every single possible hairstyle

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Raven In A Blue Room said...

I gained confidence - - - by becoming a first time mom (I considered myself never the mom type, but times change)

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Heather said...

I would fly!

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Breanne said...

Hair that long would drive me nuts! I would probably cut it.

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Breanne said...

I gained confidence when I joined the Navy!

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mmalavec said...

1.) I love, love.....long hair, but 70 foot long? Umm, no. I would definitely be donating it to Locks of Love.

2.) Something recently that boosted my confidence? Hmm, well I drove somewhere by myself that was somewhere I had never been, and quite a ways out of my way, and got there. That is something that I would never do! Thank goodness for Mapquest though!

Thank you so much for the giveaway!

Maybelline ~ Naturalmente Mamá said...

I would spend so much money on hair products that I would rather cut it and donate it..

ksceviour said...

I defiantely would not have hair that long! It would drive me crazy!! But if I did,I would probably dye it all different colors and style it different ways..I imagine all the little kids would love to play with it!
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ksceviour said...

I gained confidence when I had my son! I never thought I would be able to become a great mother but 11 years later,I think I am doing a wonderful job! :)
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Jakes Movie Reviews said...

If I had 70 foot long hair I'd donate it to locks of love bout 69 ft of it

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Jakes Movie Reviews said...

I am gaining confidence by going back to school got accepted into college the other day it just brings my confidence level so high that im on the right track in life

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Janet said...

If I had 70 feet of hair I would cut it in appropriate length segments and donate it to locks of love. I have donated to that program in the past and it is very rewarding! :)

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Janet said...

I am gaining confidence by trying to start my own scentsy business to supplement our families income :)

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aggie said...

If I had 70 ft of magical hair I would use it to help my friends by cutting and selling it. Some would be donated to locls of Love also.

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aggie said...

How did I gain confidence? Well I left Iowa 16 years ago to come to Houston and knew no one. My job in Iowa was gone and I decided to take a chance. To see if I could make it on my own.

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siilenti said...

If I had 70ft hair I'd definitely get it cut and donate it!

One time I tried riding horses (soooo terrified of them). And I felt so amazing afterwards!

Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

I would some how try to figure out how to use it to clean my house!

Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

I gained confidence when I worked in a field where I had to do a lot of public speaking.

Thanks for the chance!

Heather said...

I would cute all the hair off and donate it.

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Heather said...

i gained confidence when i became a mom.

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Katrina said...

I would never be able to handle hair that long. I would cut it. I love the idea that another person wrote to cut it up in sections for locks of love!
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Mariana @ The Domestic Buzz said...

What would you do with magical 70-foot long hair? - I'd let my girls comb it all day :)

Tell me about a time you gained confidence by doing/trying something new - Speaking in front of a huge group of people was nerve-wracking, but I felt so good when it was over!

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Debra said...

If I had 70 ft long hair, oh the knots and tangles. :-) I love the previous ideas of donating to locks of love, especially since I lost my mom to breast cancer and she had a wig.

I just gained some confidence by trying Applique for the very first time....it ended up being so simple and I created the cutest outfit for my daughter. :-)


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Doodle741 said...

I would donate to Locks of Love, if I had 70 feet of hair!

I can't imagine trying to maintain that much!

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Doodle741 said...

I am pretty confident - but I am also not very adventuresome. One time I thought I would grab my fear of roller coasters by the horns and do a biggie - OH MY! I thought I'd wet myself - but it turned out to be kind of fun! :)

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