Movie Review: Disney’s Frozen

Featuring the outstanding voices of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad, Frozen greets you with a fresh-faced, lovable comedy.

This Disney movie revolves around two sisters: Princess Elsa (Menzel) and Ana (Bell).

At the showing of the first snowflake, a young Elsa and Ana begin to play with Elsa’s power: the ability to create ice and snow. While playing in the snow Ana, being careless and child-like, is hit by ice. While she ends up being okay, their parents lock Elsa away in order to keep everyone, especially Ana, safe.

After years of isolation, it is Elsa’s coronation day. Elsa loses her cool and casts a curse on Arendelle. The story literally snowballs from here. Elsa runs away and Ana is forced to come after her; a true bond of sisterly love is tested and the sisters make a few lovable friends along the way including Olaf a talking, childhood snowman Elsa had created and Kristoff a mountain man who transports ice blocks with his reindeer Sven.

The music of Frozen truly transports you from a dark movie theater into the wonderful world the movie has created; Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel’s “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” is the perfect opening into Elsa and Ana’s complicated relationship and Menzel’s heartfelt, stellar “Let it Go” makes for the perfect transition of Elsa’s being locked to letting her wonderful power free.

Frozen shows no matter who you are, you can always find love. This movie will melt any age’s heart, from young to old.