A Review of Disney’s Frozen
Coronation day comes and Elsa is to be crowned queen. It’s a grand celebration and Anna is so excited because it’s the first time the city gates will be opened in decades.
In the end, it’s true love that saves the day. But it’s not the true love of a man…it’s the true love of a sister. I love this ending! Kind of a nice break from the typical “knight-in-shining-armor” ending.I really liked this movie! It’s beautiful scenery, great songs (did I mention it’s a musical?), really funny and such a sweet relationship between the two sisters. It would be a great one to see with the family.
If you’ve got young kids, a couple things to consider: the “scary” part of the movie involves a snow monster (pictured above). He’s big, roars a lot and throws snowballs, but nothing more than that. The magic power the older sister has might bother some. There’s no wizards, chants, or potions (like was in Brave), but it is a curse that she is born with. They don’t really go into detail about why or how she got this magic power, but it is the whole premise of the movie.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
FROZEN (Disney) opens nationwide on Wednesday, November 27. It is rated PG and has a running time of 110 minutes (including the GET A HORSE short