Frozen is a visual masterpiece which left me in a state of awe and wonder. That Disney Magic is present throughout the entire film and I feel they have finally gotten back to their roots - really championing the musical and theatricality of their films.
Idina Menzel and Kristin Bell absolutely shone (I had no idea Kristin could sing). The soundtrack I found was very reminiscent of Wicked (couldn't stop thinking of Defying Gravity during Let It Go). It is no surprise that this animated musical has been confirmed to be made into a Broadway Show.
They are guessing due to how long it took for The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast to hit the stage, we are looking at a four year turn around. I personally think they will ride the popularity train and push it to stage as quick as possible. The score seems like it is pretty much done and written for the stage (listen to the out-take songs on the deluxe extended soundtrack - lots of focus on Anna and Elsa as children).
Considering the choices (aesthetically) for the voices of Anna (Kristin), Elsa (Idina), I believe it is highly likely the ladies could play the same characters on stage.
I have really enjoyed adding Frozen to my Idina Menzel collection of soundtracks (I love Rent and Wicked) and will continue to bask myself in the power of Let It Go - each and every morning.
Well, it wasn't that great a movie. The singing did kill it. I wasn't expecting it to be there, honestly speaking. And somehow, something just didn't click. I know it was a Disney movie, but it just failed to impress.
I'm not a fan of Disney movies. I do love "Beauty and the Beast", probably because I still remember how awesome it was to see it on the big screen back then when I was like 8 years old. I never really enjoyed "Little Mermaid" that much, but I loved Ariel's red hair so much (in contrast with the boring blonde Barbies), that I don't know how I managed to get an Ariel doll (an original, but ne of the cheapest versions, with almost no accesories) for one of my birthdays. I never liked those stories of pretty but airhead girls who married the handsome prince claiming love at first sight. I guess that's why I liked Belle. Then I grew up and never pay attention to Mulan nor Pocahontas, nor any of the others. But Frozen it's outstanding in terms of visuals (well, hello 1080p), sound and the weirdest part is that the story actually had parts that made sense to me, a 30 years old woman with no kids. I'm glad Disney is aiming not only for exceptional visuals and digital animation, but actually trying to put some brains and heart to their heroines. Thanks mom for making me watch this with you!!
You wanna talk about Frozen? Frozen is the most ingenious film of this century, of any century. Disney has created the perfect film, flawless in every way, they sculpted a masterpiece, flawless and perfect. In fact, you can call it a masterpiece of flawlessness. Frozen is the greatest thing to happen to cinema since the invention of the camera and the most important thing to happen to mankind since the invention of fire. A one of a kind experience, nothing on earth compares to this heartwarming majestic epic and beautiful work of art,
If the greats from the Renaissance were alive today they would kill himself for being so shitty compared to Frozen. Disney’s poetic dialogue about love between sisters should be compared to the greatest works of literature, in fact if I could I would take a shit on every book ever written because Frozen is the best fucking thing ever.
Even though I can point out a few nagging plot issues, this film nevertheless was extremely well made and was immensely enjoyable to watch. It's the kind of movie that grows on you. I've seen it three times now and I'm still not sick of it. The songs are all so good, and so is the character animation and rendering. And it's very emotionally striking. The Do you want to build a snowman? sequence was put together so well; it was very sad.
MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW
The issue with the story is that, well... Anna saves herself. Not that that's inherently bad storytelling, but the way it happens doesn't actually make any sense. She performed the act of true love before she froze, and then after a few arbitrary seconds of being frozen, she thaws because she was saved by her own act of true love. ...? And why exactly is Anna's heart frozen when Elsa seems to be the one with the figurative "frozen heart". I think it would have made more sense to have Elsa's heart become frozen and Anna would have to perform an act of self-sacrifice to save Elsa. Because let's be honest, Anna as a person does not have a frozen heart of any kind. It's Elsa.
Another issue is: Why was Anna never told about Elsa's powers? This one I understand, because the story would be boring otherwise, but still... We aren't given any good reason why Elsa's secret is kept from Anna. She could have been informed but still kept away. Now what the writer(s) could have done is told us that reminding Anna of the incident when they were young would bring back the head-injury from her childhood. But this is evidently not the case in the actual movie, because when Anna eventually does find out about Elsa's powers, she isn't affected whatsoever.
But all this together can only take off one star, so this gets a 9 from me. If these story issues were addressed, this would make it into the 10/10 club. I hope to see more like this from Disney.
I thought this movie was great. In every way. Some of it is a little predictable, or a bit lame, but the good by far outways the bad. It was awesome. I even liked the songs.However there was the issue that I saw it in the middle of a heatwave and I grew to hate all the characters trapped in an eternal winter... must be nice.
A very different re-telling of the Ice Queen story which is a lot more pleasing to children and adults alike. Some of the best songs in Disney movie history, characters everyone can relate to and gorgeous graphics.
I loved the movie mainly de history, the final is the best, surprinsing and REAL, like "real" real life where the "perfect prince" is no perfect and... no one is perfect at all and mainly: LOVE BECOMES FROM FAMILY in first place <3Plus + : Olaf is a great character, cute, infant but with more mature and true thoughts than lots of people!
PS: The musics really sucks haha
Typical Disney -- Great for adults and children. It made me laugh and especially made me cry. There are many tender moments that will pull at sensitive heartstrings. From the trailers I'd expected to see more of the little snowman throughout. Overall a very good watch indeed. Disney does it again.
This wasn't my favorite Disney Princess film, but I really REALLY liked the fact that they based it around the love between two sisters rather than following the typical theme of the protagonist searching for her prince
One of Princess save Princess
what a nice movie! :) i recommend best animation movie of 2013
Frozen was pretty great except for the cliched ending but it's Disney so eh, what was I expecting? Definitely an improvement on most of the things Disney made last decade. Great songs too.
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I was forced again... I do not secretly get a kick out of this movie.. and don't get me wrong it was a good movie, but the songs are starting to annoy me.. but it's worth melting for.. hehe
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Plot-wise belove average, but it warmed a little bit and gave some chuckles. Especially because of the snow-man and the reindeer.
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what saves the film is Anna, and the songs
It's not the best Disney film ever made, but I love Elsa to bits. The fact that Disney showed a princess (well actually a queen!) who suffers from anxiety and depression who overcomes her problems in the end makes me more than happy. Also they took the common trope of love at first sight and marriage shortly after (which they over-used for decades) and tore it apart (again). Plus: Let it go. (Idina Menzel and Willemijn Verkaik are just too perfect.)
Not Disney's finest, definitely over-hyped.
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It's perfect, amazing. Absolutely fantastic =)
Absolutely fantastic! Disney's Frozen truly carries on the tradition of catchy and classic songs!
Amazingly disturbing I can't follow the storyline of this animation and I have been left with numerous unanswered questions. I can explain what "Inception (2010)" is about and "Cloud Atlas (2012)" , but this animation left me clueless of what it's about. If it's about true love (NOT A SPOILER) , than it has a mighty strange and violent way of explaining it to you. graphs are stunning and models are extremely familiar.
My kid (almost 3 year old) actually said in the beginning that he was scared. And I can tell you that during this film he lost interest and started playing with his cars. I guess adults will admire the 3D rendering till almost the end.
But hey... this is a kids movie and even for adults it has a realy poor storyline.
The story of "Cinderella (1950)" will keep this little guy and his sister stuck to the chair in contradiction to this production. This animation besides "Man of Steel" makes me wonder if this is becomming a trent?
If you want to buy this film for your kids. You could, but I suspect they will only watch it ONCE therefore I give it a 6.
Se nota que es de Disney, muy buenos escenarios animados, buenas canciones y la historia original.
Beautiful movie and nice soundtrack.
yoooooohooooooooo frozen, HELLOOOOOOOOOOOO
Queen be like: WINTER IS COMING
i love this film !!!!!!
A beautiful movie! A really liked it.
i laughed SO HARD with Olaf, he is so funny, awesome disney classic
Loved the songs, the storyline and the characters. Not the expected sappy Disney movie. Great twists.
I wish this film had never been associated with Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," because then I wouldn't have approached it with such reserve. As it was, it took me a long time to let go of my hopes for a TSQ adaptation (it's one of my favorite fairy tales, okay) and be able to give this film a fair shot.
I'm so glad I did, because it's WONDERFUL. Olaf is nowhere near as annoying as I expected, there are no actual talking animals, the whole concept of marrying someone you've only known for a few hours/days is rightfully rejected, and the moment of true love is the love between sisters. WONDERFUL.
I'm super-psyched to see this once it's developed into a musical and starts touring. I bet it's going to be breathtaking.
THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL. But Josh Gad as Olaf made it 100% better.
Highly polished, classic Disney. Unfortunately it's so classic it's strictly wholesome family fun, no adult humor to appeal to the dad in the audience. Give me animation that work on multiple levels, a chuckle for the grown ups while the kids are entertained by the colors and the tale. Not something I can watch ever again, the kids loved it tho.
AMAZING!! Favorite Disney Princess Movie!
Okay, I was a bit afraid of this movie since it was promoted as "the greatest Disney Animated event since The Lion King" and I love The Lion King, love like it's the best animated movie of all time for me, so yeah, I was trying not to keep my hopes up so not to be disappointed. But then I heard Let It Go and it wouldn't get out of my head, and yeah, I really had to watch it. And it was great! The animation is really nice, the songs are really something, the humour had me in stitches, but I kinda wished this was more Elsa's story rather than Anna's. It should have been Elsa saving Anna, and so learning how to control her powers and not just "what? love? why didn't you said so before?!" and in an instant Elsa's able to control her powers, not the other way around, but yay for sister love!
Amazing Disney masterpiece! Idina Menzel voice is awesome, the songs are beautiful, the soundtrack too, the story is moving :3
I didn't expect the king and queen death at the beginning, i cried so much! D:But the end literally warmed my heart. Amazing, amazing! Have I said AMAZING yet???!!
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I freaking loved it. This movie definitely belongs to my top 3 of favorite Disney movies (together with Tangled and my all time love Beauty and the beast) I think it's awesome what they did with the whole true love act :) I was completely expecting to get the same solution as every other movie, but this made the story so much stronger! Great job Disney, great job. You showed me again why you have a special place in my life/heart.
I DIDNT EXPECT A MUSICAL BUT ALL THE SONGS MADE ME CRY
IDINA MENZEL!!! IDINA MENZEL!!! literally idina menzel that's all i want to say
Disney did it again :D beautiful songs , sometimes to much, but not that it was bothersome
Could be a really good movie, but the singing is so annoying it destroys all atmosphere.
juro que so dei 7 prq let it go saturou o mundo de uma forma infernal
Fun movie. Catchy music. Great for kids. Adults may like it too.
Enough with the song. It's on heavy rotation.
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@tug667 UPDATE, after watching it for a number of times that would be considered as a form of torture by the UN (United Nations), I'm actually starting to like it.
It might have to do with the fact that I'm not really watching it anymore. For kids, caught in a merchandise brainwash episode. "Cinderella (1950)" still is a better movie.
Overrated and forgettable. Disney has made a lot of awesome movies recently; this is not one of them though. It's entertaining but sometimes annoying. I'm easily moved by movies and Disney has made me cry more than once... It didn't happen here. I tried to care about the characters but I just couldn't. The "plot twist" - Elsa's love for her sister ultimately saves Anna - was predictable, and so was the villain.Bear in mind, I was really excited to watch it! So it was a real bummer when it didn't live up to my expectations but hey, this is just my experience.
I know Disney movies have singing in it, but this one seemed to have 1 too many songs. I couldn't get past the first 15 minutes.
It's a fun trip with great songs and likable characters. I only wish they had spent more time weaving the story.
I rate it 5 stars.
Way overhyped. The animation is gorgeous, but this film is not even close to the classics that Disney used to make in the past. The villain is underdeveloped (weakest villain ever?) and the plot felt rushed. The soundtrack is pretty great though.
This movie is really underrated! I didn't like it all! Decent story and plot but lovable characters! The songs doesn't do nothing to make you interested into the movie! But "Let It Go" is a true classic!
ignore the bad comment.not much enough but one or two things i found interesting.a little unexpected plot.and they on their own.
UGLY film, just for kids
Loved the story and music
Boring movie everAgain and again
Well, it wasn't that great a movie.
Looks great, but the story lacks a bit and the singing gets old quick. A nice movie to distract the kids, but adults might want to check out other Disney outings...
Pretty good, but it had way too much singing for my taste.
It's okay I suppose. Watchable. Kind of bland... Tangled is much better.
The amount of media activity and advertising around this movie grabbed my curiosity. Then the first fifteen minutes throttled that curiosity and choked all life out of it. My God is this bad. I have no bias against Disney; WALL-E was a great film and I certainly have a lot of nostalgia for their 90s work.Here are some heartfelt lyrics for you to consider.
The window is open, so's that doorI didn't know they did that anymoreWho knew we owned eight thousand salad plates?For years I've roamed these empty hallsWhy have a ballroom with no balls?
Don't know if I'm elated or gassyBut I'm somewhere in that zone
Ooh! I suddenly see him standing thereA beautiful stranger, tall and fairI wanna stuff some chocolate in my face
Apparently Disney now thinks that quirky spontaneity is a substitute for actual humour. I guess when you're making kids films, quality control is not really needed, right? Wrong. Getting back to those 90s films, Randy Newman's contributions to Toy Story were all spectacular. Is there perhaps anything more iconic to the company than the sombre classic You've Got a Friend in Me? Compare these lyrics to those in Frozen. For a start they aren't nearly as convoluted, and certainly don't sound as though they were written by an eight year old with a rhyming dictionary. Basic, but still memorable and contain some useful values for kids to learn.Kids aren't stupid, and it's sad to see films like Frozen endorsing this plague of talentless song and scriptwriting. Needless to say this is not the dawning of Disney's second Golden Age that critics have purported this film to signal. Just another saddening reminder of how far they've traveled from their creative peak.
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great movie that the made. a movie for eveyone
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Like Tangled, it is difficult to criticise the film too much - it is an enjoyable story that never outstays its welcome, can be enjoyed by everyone and has great music and funny supporting characters. It is just a shame that when Disney has the opportunity to develop strong heroines - and here they have two!! - they gravitate towards a plot involving them finding true love. By far the most interesting plot development and character relationship is that between the two sisters and thankfully that is largely what the film chooses to focus on. They can't quite commit to it wholly however, with a romantic subplot for one heroine that thankfully doesn't dominate the far more interesting main story. There are moments when the film feels like it is going to try something daring or different, but this is Disney and it is difficult to begrudge them choosing a different path when the film is so well made and entertaining to watch.
i love this movie
Sweet movie. But I think I have grown up with this magic.
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This movie is terrible. All of the music borrows pacing from more popular musicals, but waters them down, repeats lyrics way too much, loses the puns, word play and big words for more easily accessible language and blatantly copies from Wicked!
The characters have disturbingly over exaggerated features. Because it is a Disney movie they had to add animal friends and anthropomorphic crap that only George Lucas would think are appropriate.
The point of tension was contrived and thin, but the villagers had to overreact just so we could feel like it's more of a deal than it really is.
The romances were entirely unnecessary, but it's a Disney movie... they did make Simba fall in love with Nala in one night. Superficial romance pulled out of thin air is their specialty.
There is no substance to this movie. There is no substance to the music or the lyrics. In Wicked! Elphaba singing gravity is an intensely emotional moment because we have seen the prison she lives in and feel her pain then rejoice when she finds her voice. In Frozen the characters are so flat, their motivations so shallow, their actions befuddling and the songs generically uplifting instead of being strongly tied to the character development.
I am genuinely confused why this movie has received positive reviews. It is generic garbage.