Over the holiday weekend, Disney’s latest 3D movie, Frozen opened nationwide and did pretty well, winding up in second place right behind Hunger Games.

Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio behind “Tangled” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” presents “Frozen,” a stunning big-screen comedy adventure. Fearless optimist Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his loyal reindeer Sven—to find her sister Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel), whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf (voice of Josh Gad), Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.

Did you see it? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts on the animated movie that doesn’t end the way one would expect a Disney fairy tale flick to end.



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    • To be fair, that’s what I thought when I first saw the preview of Tangled – that it looked like direct-to-DVD animation. But Tangled ultimately ended up impressing me, as did Frozen.

      I’m not sure what you mean by “girl power” though. It’s a movie with dual female protagonists, so it’s hard not to have a “girl power” to some extent. But both characters struck me as flawed and well-rounded, and the movie had some interesting things to say about the dangers of both holding back and giving in emotionally. I thought the movie took some very interesting risks which generally paid off in the end.

  1. With it being a movie about, duh, princesses, it would have a “girl power” ending. And you consider the animation to be weak at points? Really??!! I mean, really!!!!??? I’d love to see you and your studio do better. Oh, wait, you don’t have one! Moron fanboys….

  2. Saw this weekend, not a bad movie by any means – I did find some of the songs a bit jarring – some seemed too much like music videos.
    Over all, Olaf was funny, and clarified things for my daughter who had a bit of trouble with some of the finer points (she’s 6, so y’know…) and the “girl power” was just as Blue Yonder stated, with female protagonists, you will end up with females solving the problems.
    One note was that like Brave, there was no real specific antagonist – no one to really hate. Everyone did what they did out of good intentions. No big bad that needed to be defeated to set the world right. There was one plot twist that I didn’t see coming, though. I was frankly a little floored for a bit. rare for a Disney.
    Will sell lots of dolls, made me want to build a snowman before it’s too late. Nice job AGAIN Disney.

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