Academy Award® Winner
Fearless optimist Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his loyal reindeer Sven—to find her... View more >
some action and mild rude humor
Starring Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, Idina Menzel... View more >
Academy Award Winner for Animated Feature Film, Original Song
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This was a great show. My granddaughter who is 9 loved it too. It is better than what the commercial shows. I would see it again!
When I saw the trailer for "Frozen" a few months, it featured a snowman and a Carabu. I didn't get much out of the trailer, so I didn't expect much.How wrong I was? "Frozen" is about a snowman and a a carabu. It's more than just them, It's a beautifully drawn movie about two sisters; Anna and Elsa who are seperayed when Elsa developed a power of turning anything into ice. when he power went out of control, she flad the kingdon with her sister in hot persuit. It's the love between sisters which lifted the movie to greater heights. The girls looked very beautiful. I love the way they were drawn. I though the entire film was beautiful. Elsa' castle looks very beautiful and the supporting cast are terrific. Before the feaute, there is a Disney short which combind early 1930's cartoon with the technology of today. If you seeing this in 3D like I have, you will have a ball of a good time with this short.
The best Disney movie I have ever seen. The music was fantastic (I even bought the soundtrack) and the story was fresh and realistic. I can't wait to buy this one to watch again and again!
I finally got a chance to see "Frozen" for the second time, this time it's in 2D. The last movie that I saw both in 2D and 3D was "Hugo" back in 2011. When I love the movie. It had good characters especially with the relationship between two sisters, one of them has ice powers. But in the end, the power of love conquers hate and that why I love the movie very much., Since the movie won two Academy Awards, many movie theaters(incuding the one in Kalamazoo) is hoilding the movie over. Now a great time to see this movie for the second time(like me) or you see it a third, fifth or tenth time. I don't care it's in 2D, 3D or sing-along. You need to see it again. Right now that movie is far better than most oif the movies that is playing right. Even "The Lego Movie" never came close. So I urge you to see this movie again. You will be getting nore out of this movie if you see it more than once. I saw it twice and I feel great!
Even though it's an animated movie, I'd watch it more than once while still in theaters.
I expected a different type of movie from the previews. The movie was good, but not over the top like people are raving about it. I love Demi Lovato's version of the song, "Let it Go" though!
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