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Frozen (2013)

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Frozen (2013)


Starring the voice of
Kristen Bell
Idina Menzel
Jonathan Groff
Josh Gad
Santino Fontana

Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

I grew up on the Disney musical classics, and I loved them all, the songs were easy to sing along to and were catchy. As time passed we all got old, and Disney kind of lost their grasp on the whole musical thing, they started to produce nonmusical animations some of which struggled in the box office.
Then along came Tangled, which to me was not as great as the old ones, but it did bring back some of the musical feel that we were used to. Disney dared to make a musical, it was well received and was financially successful, so Disney studios dusted through their shelf, to find this long awaited release, started production on it and the rest is history.

Frozen is based on a book titled The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, with the whole dark setting removed and family fun added. When the music began I didn’t wish I could skip them, as they were fun to hear. So, I sat there and enjoyed every bit of it.
The animation was just pleasant, the whole light effects on the ice and the snow generation by Elsa, was both interesting and sad, as the story intended it to be.

I will not add such like, “Frozen will keep you guessing” but it will keep you glued as the event unfolds, you will be curious to see how it will all end that curiosity builds as more things unfold, for such I applaud the writers.

The story is about a young princess named Elsa, who has the ability to create snow and ice. When she mistakenly froze her sister one night while they were playing, her parents sought help from the trolls, who healed Elsa’s sister Anna and removed from her all memory of Elsa’s ability to make snow.

In order to keep Elsa’s power a secret and for the fear of her hurting anyone again, the royal family locked themselves away from the world, but death of the king and queen caused Elsa and Anna to emerge from the castle to meet everyone, as Elsa was going to be crowned the new queen.
The simple coronation turned the kingdom to a winter wasteland, with Elsa running away, and Anna going after her to find her and stop the forever growing winter.

Voice acting was in good form, and the story pace was steady and good. Here is a movie I will enjoy seeing again, and one you can take your family to see.


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