‘Frozen’ Movie Review [WATCH VIDEO]

By Hannah Aven Guarin | 4 years ago
‘Frozen’ Movie Review [WATCH VIDEO]
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The film “Frozen” is a Walt Disney Pictures offering, which was shown in theaters on Nov. 27, 2013. The movie’s plot is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen.” It was directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck. Its cast members include Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel or according to John Travolta, “Adele Dazeem” (Elsa), Josh Gad (Olaf), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) and Santino Fontana (Hans). Read on for the “Frozen” movie review and a brief synopsis of the film.


Frozen” Film Synopsis:

It all started when Anna asked her sister Elsa to play with her. Elsa, born with magic, accidentally hit Anna in the forehead. She was unconscious until their parents brought Anna to the mountain trolls. The troll ruler removed Anna’s memory of Elsa’s magic and warned Elsa about it. He said that her power manifests when she’s afraid. Since then, the king and queen locked the palace, isolating the girls from other people as well as each other’s company. Unfortunately, Anna and Elsa’s parents died at sea, leaving Elsa to become the queen when she comes of age.

During Elsa’s coronation as queen, the palace reopened. Anna was so happy because she was able to see other people and interact with them as well. Plus, she can finally hang out with her beloved sister who she has missed ever since she shunned her. Then, Anna met Hans. Hans asked Anna to marry him, even if they had just met. Anna, together with Hans, asked for Elsa’s blessing. However, she refused. Anna got mad at her sister, which in turn, angered Elsa too, revealing her powers. Elsa ran away.

Anna, not giving up on her sister, teamed with Kristoff. In their journey, they met Olaf, a snowman who would like to experience summer. All together they looked for Elsa to save her and their kingdom from falling into evil hands and eternal winter.


Frozen” Movie Review:

Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer has given this animated film an 89%.

Betty Jo Tucker of ReelTalk Movie Reviews praised the movie for its wonderful songs and heartwarming story.

“‘Frozen’ ranks right up there with ‘Beauty and the Beast and ‘The Little Mermaid’ in the Disney pantheon,” said Tucker in the ReelTalk movie Reviews report.

Kam Williams of Baret News described the movie as “a touching tale of sisterhood with a priceless message about blood being thicker than an ill-advised crush.”

“Frozen” won as the Best Animated Feature Film in the recently held 86th Academy Awards. It also bagged the Best Original Song for the song “Let It Go.”

And that’s the “Frozen” movie review. You can watch the “Frozen” trailer here at Movie News Guide (MNG). For more movie news and reviews, visit Movie News Guide (MNG) regularly.

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