I've watched three over the last couple days; Rango, Tangled, Hood-winked.
Rango - I have a bit of a hard time with stories that can be perfectly well told with humans as the characters, but animals are used instead. There was some cuteness and a couple yucks, but of the three I liked this one the least. I still don't know what kind of an animal the leading lady was, but I hope she was a reptile as she hooked up with Johnny Depp the Chameleon. The turtle turned out to be the evil villain.
Tangled was ok. The fact that Rapunzel's hair just happened to have whatever magical ability that was needed at the moment was only a little bit questionable. The relationship between Rapunzel and her hero was kind of endearing and the mother/witch was a good character. Mostly I like that Rapunzel finally got a story. Her fairytale had always seemed a bit weak to me.
Hoodwinked was good. Another modernized fairytale, this particular story gives the background and lead-up to the moment when Little Red Riding Hood opens the door to Grannys cabin and finds her tied up, gagged, a wolf ready to pounce and a woodchopper bursting onto the scene to save them all. Turns out granny is an extreme sports champ. The story builds from there.
I've taken to comparing computer-animated movies to 'Up' as I really liked that movie. None of these three were as good.
Edited in a spoiler tag...
Edited, Aug 31st 2011 6:19pm by Elinda