So, first and foremost: Happy Turkey Day (and or Thursday, if Turkey Day isn't your thing) to everyone.
Secondly: Hubby and I went to see Tangled this morning, and it was awesome. Definitely my favorite of the more recent (i.e. since Little Mermaid) Disney fairy tales. Yes. Better than Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. Although, truthfully... while I enjoyed both films when they were new -- particularly the music; I will still occasionally reference lyrics from both -- they didn't have the lasting impression of, say, Sleeping Beauty. I have/had no compelling urge to own them on DVD, for example. (Let it be known that I do own Aladdin, though.)
My point being: leaving the theater I told my husband I wanted Tangled on blu-ray as soon as it came out.
Also, Maximus reminded me amusingly of Zoe.
ETA: Forgot to comment on the hair in the movie. One of the few things about the Advent Children (Complete) art that has always bothered me (albeit mildly) is the hair. From a distance, it looks great, although sometimes it doesn't move right. That aside, the main problem is that up close everyone has really really thick strands of hair, and not very many of them, instead of moderately thin strands and lots of them. Despite the fact that the overal look of Tangled is more cartoony (vice ACC's near realism), they got the hair right. Both in general and for Rapunzel specifically. It looks right from a distance and up close. It has the sheen of real hair, and (as far as you can tell, considering the length) it moves like real hair. I hope that Square adopts the same approach.
Although I have to admit that Cloud's hair will never ever ever move 'normally'. ;)