Corrected entry: In the scene where Rapunzel is putting Flynn in the closet, afterwards she's swinging her frying pan around. When she notices the crown in Flynn's satchel behind her, she turns around and suddenly the frying pan is gone. It's not on the chair or on the floor either when that part of the room is shown when she is pulling Gothel up.
Correction: The frying pan is actually lying right beside the satchel. You can see it as she is picking the crown up from out of the bag.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, Rapunzel and Pascal are playing hide and seek. When Rapunzel finds Pascal on the ledge outside, he is blending in with the flowers painted on the clay flower pot. The next time they show the flower pots they are just plain clay, there are no flowers painted on them.
New this month Correction: In the corner, the flowers are on the pot.
Corrected entry: In the thug scene, they send a man with a star tattoo on his right arm to get the palace guards. When he returns the tattoo is on his left arm.
Correction: Both arms have a star tattoo.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Flynn is being taken to be hanged and the thugs show up, he has handcuffs on until the captain guard is knocked out with the frying pan. Then, when the other guards break down the door and run at him, he suddenly has no handcuffs on.
Correction: The thugs obviously had something that took of his cuffs, the scene just wasn't shown. He doesn't have them one second and they're off the next, he's off screen for certain parts that allow for them to have been removed.
Corrected entry: Gothel ages rapidly and dies because Rapunzel's hair has lost its magic, which could keep her young, after it's cut. However, since Rapunzel was able to heal Flynn with her tears, that means she had the magic in her instead of containing in her hair. Therefore, the death of Gothel wasn't possible.
Correction: Separate charms though. Gothel's youth was maintained through Rapunzel's hair, which lost it's magical properties. If Gothel had distilled Rapunzel's tears instead, she would perhaps have retained her youth despite Rapunzel's hair being cut.
Corrected entry: Twice throughout the film, Gothel says, "Now I'm the bad guy." "Guy" is a synonym for "man," while the a proper synonym for "woman" is gal. Therefore, it would have made sense if Gothel considered herself the "bad gal" instead.
Correction: Guy is also a non specific pronoun for a person. Being the "bad guy" isn't someone saying "I'm a man that isn't good" they are saying they are someone who isn't looked on favorably by others. Dictionary.com defines it as "A person who is not on your side". Its just slang. I am very much a girl, but I often say "I'm the man". I am not saying I am a male, but that I am really good at whatever I happened to be doing when I say it, like winning a video game or something of the like.
Corrected entry: In the pub, after the Stabbington Brothers knock out the solitary guard who was left in charge of them, they set each other free by cutting their chains each in half. At that point, the shackles remain on their wrists, but for the rest of the movie those shackles disappear.
Correction: They used what was available to get the chains cut, then some time later, off camera, managed a way to get the shackles off too.
Corrected entry: Rapunzel says whenever she sings her hair glows. But in the pub she sings, her hair does not glow. Also when she gets out of the tower she starts to sing, again no glowing hair.
Correction: It only glows when she sings the special song about the flower and it's abilites, not every song she sings makes it glow.
Corrected entry: When Eugine/Flynn climbs up Rapunzel's hair and comes in the tower Mother Gothel stabs Eugine/Flynn there appears to be NO blood on the knife and there would be no time for her to clean it. And, as you can see later, he has a lot of blood.
Correction: Knives don't always have blood on them immediately. I cut my hand with an X-Acto knife, right down to the bone. There was no blood on the blade, and in fact, my hand didn't bleed for about 10 seconds.
Corrected entry: After Rapunzel slides down from the tower, she lies in the grass at the base of the tower. She gets up to chase white dandelion petals and steps in water. The next shot shows that she is now a few yards away from the tower even though she only took a few steps. In that same shot as the camera zooms out, Flynn Rider is nowhere to been seen since he was climbing down the tower.
Correction: The tower is out of the shot long enough for him to finish climbing down it. He's shown to climb up and down very quickly, and is more than halfway down when she starts her descent, so in the time it takes her to roll in the grass and step into the pond, he could easily be on the ground.
Corrected entry: Just before Flynn cuts off Rapunzel's hair, he raises his right hand to brush the hair out of her face. His arm is visible up to his forearm and the shackle is nowhere in sight. However, in the immediately following shot, the shackle appears up around his wrist.
Correction: This mistake is already listed.
Corrected entry: When Flynn goes to make peace with the Stabbington Brothers by relinquishing the tiara and Rapunzel waits, Pascal is sitting on her shoulder and remains there when they are approached by the vicious thieves. However, he disappears when Rapunzel runs from them.
Correction: He could have easily gone into a pocket or into her hair.
Corrected entry: When Maximus finds Flynn sleeping in the forest, Flynn says "Well, I hope you're here to apologize," and then the next shot brings our attention to Rapunzel and Pascal who awake as they get startled by Flynn's loud scream. At that point, the frightened Pascal strangely turns red when he's just laying on grass (nearly as green as he is)and is in no contact with any red object.
Correction: Chameleons change colour according to emotional state and social triggers. It's actually a misconception that they do it purely to blend in with their surroundings, although certain species have developed the ability to do so as a by-product of their colour changing.
Corrected entry: Fake mom kills Flynn from behind, though there's no visible damage on his back next shot, she could hardly reach his stomach from position she appeared anyway.
Correction: You cannot see the bottom half of either character or the angle of Mother Gothel's wrist. She is standing slightly tilted to one side behind him implying that she is stabbing him in the side, not the back.
Corrected entry: Flynn rides Maximus to Rapunzel's tower as he hurries to her rescue. Clearly for the rest of the scene - especially if you look all around the ground during Mother Gothel's fall, and in the final shot of the tower - he has gone.
Correction: There's plenty of places he could be, including leaving altogether. Not seeing him is not a mistake, he wasn't likely to simply wait at the bottom of the tower.
Corrected entry: When Mother Gothel falls, she reduces to dust, and the only remainder of her that lands is her cloak. If you look closely at the ground on the bottom of the tower - in the very next shot after Rapunzel first kisses Flynn - it's completely missing.
Correction: The exact spot is never shown again. As they pan down, it stops just short of giving a full view with where her cloak fell.
Corrected entry: From what the opening narration showed us, Mother Gothel found the golden flower almost immediately after it came to earth, and it specifically states that she hoarded its power for herself. Since she therefore wouldn't have told anyone for fear of them finding and taking the flower, and the narration implies pretty strongly that there is only the one flower, there's no way the legend about its powers could ever have started in the first place.
Correction: It's possible that, over the centuries, people have gotten curious about Gothel and followed her to where she kept the flower. Even if Gothel killed them off (not unlikely, given her actions towards Flynn), they could have managed to spread the word to others about its power, starting the legend.
Corrected entry: When the thugs rescue Flynn when he is being taken to be hanged, his hands are chained. These chains disappear without any time or method of removing them.
Correction: Flynn isn't on screen through his entire escape. It's obvious the ruffians have everything planned, so of course they also brought a way to remove his chains, we just don't see it happen on screen.
Corrected entry: Pascal is a chameleon, the type of reptile that camouflages. That is, whenever a chameleon blends with an object or another creature, the color it changes to must exactly match with that object or creature. While the depressed Rapunzel lies on her bed after feeling betrayed by Flynn, Pascal obviously appears to be blending with her purple dress, but it's blue at the moment, instead.
Correction: He's not trying to blend into her dress, he's turning blue because he is sad. He does the same when they are on the boat and Flynn and Rapunzel are singing together - Pascal turns red because he is embarrassed.
Corrected entry: When Flynn knocks the Captain of the Guards off his horse, Maximus, and starts riding him himself, Maximus stops to realize Flynn was on his back and becomes furious. In this scene and the scene where he finds Flynn sleeping in the forest, he shows he's furious, but with the ears still pointing up. A horse indicates its anger by flattening its ears alongside its head and pinning its ears down as far as they can go. That's what position Maximus should have had his ears in.
Correction: Since Tangled is a cartoon, you can't expect the animals to conform to what animals do in the real world. Real chameleons can't change color as quickly as Pascal can, just as real horses can't sneak around or swordfight like Maximus can. Pascal and Maximus are essentially caricatures of animals, and so there is some suspension of disbelief allowed in regards to what they can do.