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Frozen Review



In 2009 there was a lot of hype about Disney's newest film, The Princess and the Frog. While the film didn't meet my expectations, the years that followed have truly showed that Disney still can make amazing films that can sit on a shelf next to Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan, or even Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

While Tangled brought back a princess storyline and fun music, Wreck-It Ralph brought us humor, amazing characters, and amazing heart! Frozen, released today, combines what its predecessors did and, along with Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph, has shown that Disney animation is truly in full stride again as a leader in entertainment.


Frozen, based off of Hans Christian Anderson's Snow Queen, follows the story of two sisters, Anna and Elsa. While the two use Elsa's powers to create snow in their youth, an unfortunate accident leads to Anna forgetting her sister's powers exist and the two sisters begin to live different lives while under the same roof.

When Elsa has her coronation to become the new queen, Anna angers her with news of her love interest and accidently turns the entire kingdom into a giant icicle. It is then up to Anna to bring warmth back to the kingdom. Can she do it?


While the storyline in the film is great, the characters and music within the film truly steal the show. Whether it is Olaf the snowman singing about how he is unsure what snowmen do during Summer or Anna and Hans singing about how the finish each other's....sandwiches, the music in the film does exactly what the music in Beauty and the Beast did. It shares information about the character while also moving the story along.

If you have had any hesitation about seeing the film, rest at ease that Disney has once again knocked the ball out of the park with a film you are sure to love!



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