“Frozen” is the latest Disney blockbuster to hit the big screen. As an animated feature about two princesses, a talking snowman and a lovable reindeer sidekick. This film was expected to do well as a family film, especially as the only children’s film in theaters at all in November.
Elsa was born with the gifted ability of being able to freeze whatever she desired or make snow appear with just the flick of her wrist. However, after an accident when she was very little, her powers begin to scare her as they grow stronger and for Anna’s safety, their parents don’t allow Elsa to tell her sister.
On Elsa’s coronation night as queen she exposes her powers by mistake when she gets upset with her sister. Out of fear for everyone’s protection and what people will think of her, Elsa runs away.
The optimistic Princess Anna sets out on a mission–teaming up with the dynamic duo of Kristoff, the rugged mountain man, and Sven, his trusty reindeer, along the way. She is determined to bring her sister, Queen Elsa, back to Arendelle and bring back summer. On their journey, they run into gruesome weather, magical trolls and an adorable snowman, Olaf.
This movie doesn’t just captivate the hearts of children and Disney-lovers. Granted, I am a bit biased, having grown up watching nothing but Disney. However, this movie would tug on anyone’s heartstrings. Like several of the more recent Disney princess movies, “Frozen” proves that you don’t need a kiss from Prince Charming to save the day, but the love of your sister. The film doesn’t just entertain, but also has an underlying message. Things happen in life that are out of your control. Those are the best times to depend on the love of your family.
“Frozen” has been in theaters for over two months, so I don’t believe I am the only person who loved this movie. I am already counting down the days until this movie is released on dvd. You are not wasting time or money by going to see this. This movie is, in fact, the first must-see I have seen in a while and I highly recommend it.