Number of Times Seen – 3 (8 Jan 2014, 7 Mar 2014 and 28 Nov 2019)
Brief Synopsis – The princess of a far away land must join forces with an explorer in order to try and find her sister who has accidentally placed a curse on their kingdom that has created a perpetual Winter.
My Take on it – This is a great Disney animated film and is one of the best ones in recent years.
Although it isn’t on par with the films from the 90’s, it still helps recall those glory days of Disney animation.
The story is multi layered and is equally as enjoyable for kids and adults.
The story is quite memorable and is filled with some great characters, adventure and more than anything some impressive original songs that are led by the Oscar winning song, Let It Go.
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The message of this film is presented really well and its easy to see the theme of believing in oneself and your abilities when the chance arises resonates throughout.
The story is paced really well and manages to stay interesting throughout.
The characters are able to be both poignant and funny as the story progresses.
The best character in this film is by far Olaf who is able to make things even more entertaining to watch unfold.
The biggest problem with this film is that upon re-watches it loses some of its magic which is unfortunate.
Bottom Line – Great Disney film that helps recall the glory days of the 90’s, even if it isn’t able to duplicate that feeling. . The story works for both kids and adults alike in creating a memorable story filled with fun characters, adventure and above all some very impressive songs that are spearheaded on the soundtrack by Let It Go. The story plays out really well and moves along at a great pace. The film’s message about believing in oneself and your abilities is dealt with in a really great way. The characters are able to be both funny and poignant as the story develops. Olaf is the best character and helps make this film even more entertaining. The film doesn’t feel as magical on rewatch as it did the very first time. Highly Recommended!
MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – When the gates open during “For The First Time in Forever,” there is a cameo of Rapunzel and Eugene (Flynn) from Tangled (2010). Rapunzel has short, brown hair and is wearing a purple and pink dress (her celebration dress at the end of ‘Tangled’), and Eugene is wearing a maroon vest and a brownish sash. They are entering the screen from the left. (From IMDB)
Rating – Globe Worthy (8/10) (slight downgrade from original review)
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