Tuesday, November 26, 2019


 Frozen is directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee and stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, and Santino Fontana. The plot of the movie is after the kingdom of Arendelle is cast into eternal winter by the newly-crowned Queen Elsa, her sprightly sister Anna teams up with a rough mountaineer named Kristoff, his trusty reindeer Sven, and a snowman named Olaf to break the icy spell. I really enjoyed this movie.    The story is very compelling, and I am very glad that they kept the focus on the most dynamic relationship in this movie and that is between the two sisters Anna and Elsa. Sure they don't have a lot of scenes together and most of them are relatively short, but you understand that the main drive of this movie is the relationship between the two sisters. The musical numbers they were all really well done the songs are very catchy and upbeat. I liked that this wasn't your typical cliched Disney princess movie. Your princess is more proactive even the way that it ends is not the typical way that you would see a Disney princess movie end.    I loved all of the characters in this movie especially our two leads Anna and Elsa. Anna's a really fun-loving and energetic girl I loved her from the start. Elsa the most interesting and the most layered character in this film. You really understand the inner turmoil that she is going through with trying to be close to her sister but at the same time keeping her distance so as to not hurt her and you really just sympathize with her dilemma of trying to hide the fact that she has these powers. 5 out of 5 stars for Frozen. I hope you enjoyed my review.

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