Frozen – Film Review

At 95 minutes long, Disney’s Frozen is one of my favourite films that has been released in a very long time.

Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”; Frozen tells the story of the fearless and optimistic Anna, sets off on a daring journey with Kristoff; a rugged mountain man, and his loyal reindeer named Sven in a quest to find her sister; Elsa. Her icy powers trapped the fairytale-like kingdom of Arendelle into an eternal Winter. Along the way; Anna, Kristoff and Sven come across blizzard-like conditions, mystical trolls and a snowman who in my opinion steals the movie. Olaf is a loveable snowman; but unlike any other living thing made of ice; he likes warm hugs. Throughout the movie as the race is on to save the kingdom; we learn more about each character through a variety of touching scenes, musical numbers and exceptional animation.

Frozen really is a lighthearted Wintery-comedy adventure that has touched the hearts of many, including my own. If you didn’t know, the film is brought to the silver screen by Walt Disney Animation Studios; who are also behind other fantastic movies including “Wreck-It Ralph” and “Tangled”. It is no wonder that the film has made over $600m worldwide, and I am certain that this will increase over time.

My rating 9/10

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