Frozen – Review

November 1st, 2013 @ 20:51:56

Since 2008, strange things have been happening at Walt Disney Animation; they’ve been making good films again – Bolt, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled

Frozen might be the best of the lot, which is surprising considering the publicity has focused on a snowman seemingly designed with a soft plushy equivalent in mind.

Good thing a movie is substantially longer than a trailer and has space for a dozen great songs, engaging characters and – yes we’re going to say it – an enchanting retelling of The Snow Queen.

Oh, and there’s a fantastic short before the main feature. Bliss.

TL;DR – Simply, it will leave you sitting there with a big fat smile on your big fat face. There are laughs aplenty, memorable tunes galore, and enough subversions of old tropes to make Frozen fresh.



CAST: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad

DIRECTOR: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

WRITERS: Jennfer Lee, Chris Buck, Shane Morris, Hans Christian Andersen

SYNOPSIS: Along with a hardy ice-seller and a living snowman, Anna, the princess of Arendelle, sets off into her kingdom’s country to track down her sister Elsa who has gone into exile and inadvertently plunged the realm into eternal winter.



One response to “Frozen – Review

  1. Good review. Kids will love it and the parents will probably enjoy themselves as well. As if their own kids being happy wasn’t enough for a moment of pleasure.

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