Walt Disney Animation Studios, Walt Disney Pictures,

Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Santino Fontana, Josh Gad, Alan Tudyk, Fred Tatasciore, Chris Williams, Ciarán Hinds, Stephen J. Anderson, Maia Wilson, Edie McClurg, Robert Pine, Maurice LaMarche, Livvy Stubenrauch, Eva Bella, Spencer Lacy Ganus, Jesse Corti, Jeff Marcus, Tucker Gilmore

Two daughters, Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) are left alone in the castle when their parents are suddenly taken. Anna, the eldest has powers that can freeze anything at a touch, and has been hidden away to keep the subjects from knowing her secret because Elsa is set to become the queen now that her father and mother are gone. But Anna can’t understand why Elsa stays locked up and won’t associate with her. When her subjects find out a tragedy happens and Elsa runs away to the top of the mountain. It’s up to Anna and her new found friends to search for Elsa and let her know everything will be OK.

Wow, Disney Animation Studios have been killing it lately. This is an excellent film. Prior to the feature film, there is a Mickey Mouse cartoon. This cartoon has been made for 3D! There’s no doubt about it that this short film has to be seen in 3D. Additionally the beauty of Frozen is also very much enhanced by 3D. This film is probably the best 3D production I’ve seen, and I was blown away by the wonderful story, great music, and the 3D effects. So get yourself to a theater right away before it’s too late to catch this movie on the big screen in full 3D! This is one of the best animated films I have seen in a long time. I think this one is destined for tons of awards. The animation is excellent, and as I already stated, everything else is great as well. Some wonderful songs, and great new characters. Kids will love Olaf, the snowman who was created to sell toys. Olaf is a character, and a great addition to the film. If I could fault anything, and I really can’t, but if I could, it would be that Disney has now gone way overboard in response to the criticism of the old sexist ways. Princesses waiting for their Prince to rescue them, and the fact that basically none of the Princesses had a mother, and if they did, she was evil and a bad person. Well, now we have Princesses with “Girl Power” who won’t wait for anyone to rescue them. In fact, the guys now are idiots, incompetent at the least, and sometimes downright helpless, and the gals run right into the fray and fight their way through and rescue the poor princes who are quite helpless. It’s a new age, and I think we have to learn to live with that. I’m sure there are girls out there who still are into the Princess thing, but these are young beautiful girls with a kick like a mule. Anna doesn’t wait for any guy to rescue her! That being said, it’s a wonderful new age kind of movie, and I highly recommend this one in the theater with 3D glasses in place!

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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