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I guess it's OK, more like 3 stars. *Updated*
on January 23, 2014
The castle is pretty easy to assemble and the lights are nice. The Elsa doll doesn't stand on her own unless you balance her just so, and neither does Olaf. In order to close the doors, you have to stand the bed upright or take it out. The chair belongs in the middle of the spinner, but you can't spin it with Elsa seated because her legs are too long. The doors are sometimes difficult to close all the way, and Im afraid it's going to break. I honestly would have preferred better quality and no furniture.
I rounded up to 4 stars because the child I bought this for seems to like it , but she gets frustrated when the doll falls over while she's playing, and often has to ask for help to close the castle doors.
* Update: I took it down to 3 stars after all. My kids have already been able to break the chair and the bed. I so wish they had a more durable castle out there for this movie. The larger castle looks like it's made the same way as this one. How come the Cars and Toy Story movies get Imaginext sets, and this one doesn't? Come on, Disney.