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All Regions blu-ray release, playable on all worldwide blu-ray players. Features both 3D and 2D blu-ray formats.
Featuring the voices of Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, “Frozen” is the coolest comedy-adventure ever to hit the big screen. When a prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, Anna, a fearless optimist, teams up with extreme mountain man Kristoff and his sidekick reindeer Sven on an epic journey to find Anna’s sister Elsa, the Snow Queen, and put an end to her icy spell. Encountering mystical trolls, a funny snowman named Olaf, everest-like extremes and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom from destruction.
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Seriously though, I finally saw the movie, and I am impressed overall. I can see how it became an instant classic. I like that the story isn't about princes and true love (although there is romance in this - it's Disney after all). I was not surprised that once again the parents die...that happens in almost every movie this studio puts out, it seems. It's rare to have two parents for sure.
I will say that the plot works for kids, but it jumps quickly from point to point as far as an adult goes - this is geared towards kids after all. But, I was glad to finally see the movie and highly recommend it. This movie has not scared either of our girls who are sometimes scared by movies.
Now I have to go work on my lip sync routine for family Frozen night...
If you pay attention, you will notice the same theme applies to EVERYTHING in the movie - Elsa's frozen heart is the subject of all of the songs, right from the beginning, the main focal point of the whole movie. Not intended to be a spoiler, but even Olaf and Marshmallow are the personifications of the two opposing sentiments in Elsa's heart..."i like warm hugs" - something she could not do but longed and ached for, and "go away and never come back" - something she felt she had to do to protect everyone else ("go away Anna" in the snowman song).
The interesting hidden part of the movie is that it exposes that Anna had a frozen heart too - which comes out eventually ("why are you always shutting everyone out?"). Her bitterness toward her sister at being shut out is subtle, but visible, and fits very well into the whole movie theme.
I think the movie also gives a balanced view of the parents - loving, caring, unsure of what to do, and fairly exposes that maybe they didn't handle things right, but without making them look like either buffoons or ogres.
I only wish they had an additional 30 seconds, maybe a minute, of interaction between the sisters at the climax near the end of the movie. A few more seconds of Elsa coming to grips with what the meaning of the act of love was, what love really was for that matter, and what that meant for her to be able to let people in again (since they spent so much time showing you how she was scared and kept people out)...just for balance...would have made this movie perfect.
I took a couple of tries to get my 4K DVD player's glasses to work (I was panicking that the disc was defective) but I finally got them to work. WOW...my wife and I were blown away! The 3D version turned out to be awesome and I could find no issues with the movie. I so loved it and I totally loved the UK version.
To speak of Frozen, you can't help but feel the emotions of Elsa and Anna in your own heart, you share their pain and loss and fear. You share their joy and love. This is the true love found in families (and those you consider family) where you are willing to sacrifice even your life for the sake of those you love.
I enjoyed for once a princess movie where the girls don't just fall in love immediately and "live happily ever after". Reality could not be farther from the truth and it is nice to finally see a movie (esp a disney princess one) acknowledge that.
I enjoyed a movie where the princess is not generically saved by the handsome prince.
I enjoyed a movie where the music and songs flowed together well with the plot and movie. I especially like the use of duets between Elsa and Anna.
I enjoyed Olaf. Even though he was a goofball, you couldn't help but like him.
I enjoyed seeing what I believe is the first left-handed princess. I realized this when Anna threw the snowball at the marshmallow snowman.
It is disappointing that Elsa is the most popular among girls when Anna showed all the true princess traits such as perseverance, love, determination, bravery, etc... Elsa can make cool ice and snow things though...
I really enjoyed seeing this explode on youtube like no other movie I can recall. Every song can be found in almost every single language. Each is beautiful to listen to and a refreshing example of how global our world is now.
Overall a wonderful movie. I know that bootleg copies are likely already circulating the internet and dark subways, but please buy at least one copy to show Disney that we really desire more content like this.