My daughter loves to watch this movie and the songs, she loves to sing them.
I like to use Frozen as my argument that kids really want more musicals because music helps them learn so much and most cartoons have weak or poorly integrate music these days, so the popularity of Frozen and "Let It Go" speaks to that. And it's just enjoyable.
This was not my favorite Disney movie. It was mediocre at best, and what's more infuriating is the popularity of Elsa, who is a minor character who doesn't do anything of great significance except cause trouble, run away, and sing a song.
I feel like this movie was totally stereotypicalized by many people. It was actually quite well-done and enjoyable to watch!
(okay, i admit, some parts were funny and okay, but overall, i didn't really like it. i can't believe my mom tricked me into watching this at the movie theatre!!!)
A wonderful Disney film that seems to have hit a cult status. It is nice to see strong female Disney princesses (and one with super powers! Take that brothers who love Spiderman and won't share! ;) ) in a movie again.
I may be a little bias because I am the blonde, older sister of a plucky, adventurous brunette...but I find the characters easy to relate to.
Engaging and delightful with a nice twist showing family love winning the battle vs. the knight in shining armor saving the day. Great music adds to the entertainment for children and adults alike.
Frozen is a movie suitable for every age range: it is magical, touching, and meaningful. Elsa is gifted with magic hands that can create ice and snow. One day, she accidentally iced her sister Ana's head and was told to put on gloves and stay more controlled. From then on, her friendship with her sister faded... Elsa wanted to protect Ana. On the day that Elsa becomes queen, since her parents passed away, Elsa gets angry because of Ana's engagement and causes a trauma. She then creates her own ice palace and stays alone after she has iced the whole kingdom. Kind Ana was hurt on that day, but this time, Elsa iced her heart. Ana was then slowly turned into ice... and only true love can melt her down and save her. Ana's fiancé couldn't save her, a guy that he met couldn't either, but Elsa, the one who iced her, was able to melt her down and save Ana. Sometimes a family's love is greater than anything.
- @mockingbird of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
Honestly, I didn't know what to expect. It seemed sweet to the point of sickly and the trailers gave me very little idea of the story to me is so that I was so in interesting of this before I had enjoying to listen and to sing with all the words from this well famous song LET IT GO !! I loved this is my all most of my favorite of all times in my entire lifetime. ; )
While there are a lot of positives to this film, with the characters, the themes, and that song (you know the one), ultimately, I have found this one to be overrated. I don't understand why the hype was so high for this film. The story that was told before "Let It Go" and the story that was told after that song didn't quite come together for me. The about-face from the prince didn't make sense and didn't work for me either. All in all, this is not the worst film I have ever seen from Disney, but it is *far* from the best.
Disappointed in how lazy & sloppy this highly over rated film is.
Excellent movie, Frozen is great for all ages to watch. It shows interesting characters like Elsa and Anna since they are basically both different. Although kids in a young age may not understand the meaning of "Frozen" yet, that is fine because they will soon find out the true meaning of "Frozen". The music is great and it has some sad parts and I cried during the movie Overall 10/10
You won't be able to stop singing all these songs! What a fun Disney adventure with excellent animation.
A very interesting musical movie perfect for your kids and is something you can watch with your kids as well
Great movie! I love the story line and music... it's just a shame that people can't treat DVDs they don't own better, the copy I had was all scuffed up and kept skipping :(
i love this movie!!!!! it is so much fun to sing to!!!! perfect for the whole family!!!!!!!
Honestly, I didn't know what to expect. It seemed sweet to the point of sickly and the trailers gave me very little idea of the story. I like Idina Menzel from her WICKED days and Kristen Bell from her VERONICA MARS days, but liking the cast is not a promise of liking the film. (AMERICAN HUSTLE, anyone?) Yet FROZEN was an acceptable foray into a wintry wonderland. In terms of message, it is definitely better, a Disney princess story for this generation of girls who should strive to be independent, rather than the complacent princesses of yesteryear. Now that the feminist message has been covered, FROZEN is also a story about siblings. Two sisters, Anna and Elsa, live in the kingdom of Arendelle. They play together in their castle and live happily as the best of friends . . . until a terrible incident occurs that changes everything. The story is simple, a little too simple for adults but pleasant for children. Furthermore, the design and animation is spectacular. All the elements fall into place. The stars align. Considering the overblown enthusiasm for this film, it is hard to admit but FROZEN's Oscar for Best Animated Picture was well deserved in a year where Sony Animation and DreamWorks slacked off and let those standards slip; heck, Pixar's standards slipped so much they didn't even get nominated! FROZEN was a nice achievement on a couple levels, nice on the eyes and an improvement on the female empowerment message lost in films such as BRAVE. It's appealing, but not overly brilliant. Good for the family, but not one of my favourites in recent memory.
The emotional story of two sisters who let fear and jealousy fill their hearts with ice. I
Inspired by the Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson