One of the most raved movies of this year is undoubtedly Disney’s new movie Frozen. It’s the heartwarming tale of Elsa and Anna, two sisters, whose tale defies many of the stereotypical “Disney scenarios.” “You can’t marry a man you just met,” Elsa says to Anna. To avoid spoilers, I won’t say more, but there is no evil sister, which Elsa was initially was meant to be. These are two good sisters- both misguided in their own ways but eventually find their paths with each other’s love.
This movie is absolutely hilarious. The snowman, Olaf, has some positively precious one-liners. For example; “Oh, look at that. I’ve been impaled,” and “I don’t have a skull… or bones…” He is a loveable character whom the viewer instantly adores him. Olaf, along with the reindeer, Sven, are the cute, non-human Disney characters we know and love.
Our male friends, Hans and Kristoff, are definitely different than the typical love interests we see in “kids” movies, one being much more preferable than the other. One nice thing about Frozen, though, is that it doesn’t place a huge emphasis on a romantic relationship, focusing more of sisterly love.
This movie, in my esteemed opinion, was absolutely, completely, one-hundred percent fantabluous. It is probably now one of my favorite movies. I’m am going to buy it in one of those Blu-Ray, DVD, electronic copy bundles as soon as it comes out (Mid-March). The music was excellent. Idina Menzel and Kristin Bell, Elsa and Anna respectively, voiced their characters beautifully. I already have the songs and I saw the movie three times in theatres, one of them being the sing-along version and you can bet your sweet behind I sang along.
Basically, see it, if you haven’t. I don’t know a single person who saw it and didn’t like it. If they didn’t like it, Satan is with them. Stay warm!