Thriller, Action, Adventure, Mystery, Fantasy, Romance, Comedy, Family, Animation, Musical
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Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Alan Tudyk as Duke of Weselton (voice)
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff (voice)
Santino Fontana as Hans (voice)
Chris Williams as Oaken (voice)
Livvy Stubenrauch as Young Anna (voice)
Eva Bella as Young Elsa (voice)
Patricia Lentz as Additional Voices (voice)
Ciarán Hinds as Pabbie / Grandpa (voice)
Idina Menzel as Elsa - Snow Queen (voice)
Stephen J. Anderson as Kai (voice)
Josh Gad as Olaf (voice)
Kristen Bell as Anna (voice)
Robert Pine as Bishop (voice)
Maurice LaMarche as King (voice)
Edie McClurg as Gerda (voice)
Maia Wilson as Bulda (voice)
Storyline: Fearless optimist Anna teams up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven and sets off on an epic journey to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. From the outside Elsa looks poised, regal and reserved, but in reality she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret: she was born with the power to create ice and snow. It's a beautiful ability, but also extremely dangerous. Haunted by the moment her magic nearly killed her younger sister Anna, Elsa has isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers. Her mounting emotions trigger the magic, accidentally setting off an eternal winter that she can't stop. She fears she's becoming a monster and that no one, not even her sister, can help her.
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Just not my cup of tea. "Let it go" no seriously LET IT GO!!
The best Disney has had in years???!!! Hahahaha. Please!!! Oh my goodness no, poor people must have forgotten about wreck it ralph or cars or cars 2. All of which are better! I was just bored while watching!! The movie lacked in substance, there wasn't much in it, or at Least I didn't think so. I am just confused about how this is praised by so many!! I'm so tired of hearing Let it Go, and building snowmen and everything ughh, just let it die, move on!!! There are plenty of BETTER films out there to dwell on! I think this film is just so overrated by the public and the critics!! The little Swedish salesman was kinda funny, but that's really it, sorry if you loved it, but I can't lie, it Just didn't do much for me.
Way to much singing, not enough story
This is a horrible movie if you expect a funny animation movie about an elk and a snowman. I was hoping this was the quality of a movie like Aladin, The Lion King or Beauty and the Beast, but it doesn't even come near. There's a boring song in between every 2 minutes of movie, sure there are song is Disney movies but this is just to much. Also the way the main characters act is nowhere near traditional Disney movies, the main character acts like she's the lead in some kind of high school comedy. Oh and apparently it's OK to date two guys at once, i guess that's also a high school comedy influence. movie, to much singing and stupid characters.
Where is the villain?
Nearly in the mid of the movie i was excited, after she sang "Let it go" i tought Elza would be the mighty ice witch that would set eternal winter on the kingdom and beyond. I was disappointed that they put some random usurper to be the villain.

I like the villains of Disney,pretty much, take the Horned King, Maleficent and Cruela as examples, they are worth of the title "Villain". And the plot of this movie was not big thing, ruined by an uncharismatic villain and a "love solves everything" scene at the end. But i quite liked the other characters, so it's a 6 stars, mediocre movie for Disney patterns.

The only thing that stood out in this movie was the stunning visuals. Unfortunately, stunning visuals alone do not a good movie make. The songs were all too alike and not catchy at all in my opinion, not to mention their lack of strong vocals. I grew up watching movies like Beauty and the Beast and the Lion King with musicians such as Celine Dion and Elton John contributing to their scores. I won't be rushing out to buy the soundtrack any time soon! Another way 'Frozen' contrasts with these classics was the lack of a truly dark and evil villain. Only at the end of the film were we introduced to the antagonist and I felt he was little more than just a misguided jerk who at times could be quite likable (a charming prince). Finally, I thought that some of the adult 'humour' that was added to the movie was unnecessary and not very funny at all. I can laugh (and have laughed) along with many a children's' movie where there was no obvious attempt at adult jokes. A movie that is similar to 'Frozen' that had better music, a better villain and funnier humour is 'Tangled'.
An astonishing disappointment
(Spoilers) At one time, sisters Elsa and Anna knew of and loved to utilize Elsa's (unexplained, apparently genetic? even though no one else in her family has them) ice powers. Then an accident and a warning by the (ostensibly) wise troll – that fear will make Elsa's powers dangerous – prompts her parents to fearfully seclude her, shutting her away from everyone and isolating her from her sister. The trolls erase Anna's memory of Elsa's powers. (No one apparently considers the implications of seclusion and terror regarding the power). The girls grow up. After their parents die at sea, Elsa becomes queen. For her coronation, the kingdom is opened. Prince Hans and the Duke of Weselton are among the visiting dignitaries. Anna promptly falls in love with the prince, and agrees to marry him. When the queen refuses to condone her sister's impetuous match, they argue and Elsa accidentally reveals her powers, prompting the Duke to demand that she be arrested. Elsa flees, accidentally shrouding the world in "eternal winter" and leaving in power Anna, who promptly follows after her – appointing Prince Hans to rule in her stead (!!!). Apparently in this world, chains of command, diplomatic decorum, and other such trifles cease to exist. Anna loses her horse, and then teams up with a poor boy named Kristoff and his reindeer Sven. They all end up working with Olaf, a quirky snow creation of Elsa's, to find her sister. A romance blossoms between Kristoff and the fickle Anna. Meanwhile, Elsa has embraced her "bad girl" image (complete with sultry walk/slit up the thigh), building herself a lovely snow palace. The girls talk. Things don't go well, and Anna ends up with "ice in her heart" (which the trolls, long ago, had warned would kill her but for an act of true love). In the meantime, Anna's horse had returned to the city, and Hans and a group of soldiers go looking for her. They arrive just after Anna, Kristoff and co are expelled. Weselton's men attack her, a fight breaks out, etc. Elsa is captured. Kristoff, meanwhile, reveals that he had been adopted by trolls – the same ones, coincidentally, that had offered their advice to her family years before. The trolls explain that only an act of true love can save Anna. Kristoff and Anna race back to Hans, for a Kiss of True Love (TM). Kristoff delivers her and leaves. Hans reveals – gasp – that he has simply been after the throne all this time, and locks her in a room to freeze to death. He then claims to the ruling council that Anna is dead, but that they had been married before she expired (witnesses, marriage certificates and funerals apparently don't exist in this world either) that makes him king. They welcome him with open arms. Thankfully, there are no other heirs, distant relatives, or people who remember that they still have a queen alive (!!) around. He (with no explanation) believes he can get Elsa to turn back winter. Meanwhile, Kristoff and Sven are coming back because, true love. Elsa, in her grief at learning of Anna's supposed death, accidentally unleashes a tornado-strength blizzard. Kristoff and Anna are going to kiss, but Anna sees Prince Hans about to murder Elsa. She intervenes, and almost freezes; but, that being an act of true love, she is saved. At this point, Elsa figures out how to recall winter ("Love!" - that's it, no explanation).

Pros: - Pretty. Frozen is very pretty, very glitzy, full of beautiful landscapes, amazing snow shots and glamorous gowns.

- Different. It has a different feel, architecturally and culturally, from many of the preceding princess films, which is nice.

Cons: Pretty much everything else.

- The story was inconsistent. If you read about the series of "development hells" that preceded its release, it makes sense. They had no clue where they were going with this, and it very much felt like it at times: these were different ideas, different takes on the same story, all jumbled together.

- Character immaturity/stupidity. If you, like, can see this being a classic, then, like, whatever, because classic Disney princes and

- Plot idiocy. This ties into the first point. If fear is the enemy, why do you seclude/terrorize the princess with insecurities? How/why does "love" recall winter? Didn't Elsa love her family all along? Wasn't there "love" present all this time? There was zero explanation for how this worked. Just "love". Not to mention the flouting of anything like court customs, diplomacy, etc.: random foreign dignitaries are giving orders to arrest and kill the queen, foreign princes are left in charge of the kingdom, etc. Or the cringe worthiness of the trolls, and their irrelevance to the plot; and the fact that Hans never mentions having witnessed the royal family's first encounter with the trolls/how Anna's memory was wiped (Elsa also ignores this). The list goes on.

- Predictability. The scene where Anna and Hans meet was terribly predictable, and just...terrible. The scene where Anna and Kristoff meet was equally predictable. The betrayal was predictable. The conclusion was predictable despite being completely unexplained.

- Music. The music was of an exceptionally poor caliber in this film. The singers were overpowered by the instruments, the lyrics were indistinguishable, the songs out of place and silly, and often-times just cringe inducing (it's pretty bad when you're cannibalizing themes from your own previous films, like the troll rip-off of Hunchback's "A Guy Like You", and you completely, utterly blow it...)

Little kids will enjoy the prettiness of it all. Anyone who thinks about the plot, though, is going to end up with a headache. Certainly anyone who listens to the music. (And don't get me started on the rape-y Mickey/Minnie/Pete short that preceded the film. Yikes.)
Most overrated Disney film ever
I'm not a Disney fanboy, I'm just a big 18 years old Disney fan. I grew up watching their films, and their films customized my personality. Nevertheless, this movie is far than great. I watched it once and I'm not gonna watch it again, not because this movie's terrible, but because it's not worth a second view in my opinion. The story is decent, the acting is OK at most parts, no actual comedy scenes, the action is not really good, and the plot is not that interesting or shocking. From all the Disney movies I've seen over the years, this one just might be the worst. The only good thing about this movie is the animation. The theme song is nice but because it quickly got mainstream attention so now it's one of the most annoying songs of the year. Overall, if you're a big Disney fan such as I am, then I suggest you watch this film just once to feel good (I think) about yourself. If you just wanna see a really good Disney movie, I suggestyou skip this and watch the Toy Story franchise.
Pure Stereotypicality
Even though I was just around 11 or 12 years old when this movie came out, unlike most young girls at my age, I did not understand the movie at all or why people went so CRAZY over it and why all the other fantastic Disney movies like Tangled, Brave, The Princess and the Frog weren't appreciated in their time. There are so many things wrong with this movie that I understood at that young, preteen age.

Animation: There are so many things that found annoying about the animation that I just couldn't stand. First of all, Anna and Elsa's body figures. I get that in every Disney movie ever, the lead girls were supposed to be slim and beautiful but they seemed too "plastic" They looked EXTRA tiny, from their very slim faces, and tiny waist, and their HUGE doll- like eyes.Take Tangled for example, we could see that Rapunzel was very tiny but at least she had the tiniest bit of chubbiness to her cheeks and arms but Anna and Elsa seem to have practically anorexic- like bodies.

Mistakes: Most Disney movies have their fair share of mistakes here and there, but in Frozen, mistakes are literally EVERYWHERE. There were COUNTLESS mistakes I could point out even as an 12 year old girl.Like in the party scene after Elsa's coronation, the same heavy- weight, tan woman was copy and pasted everywhere, there were probably more characters that were repeatedly showing up everywhere. It annoyed me so much while watching the movie. There are many more examples that I could give, but I don't have enough time. I get that it's hard in the animating room and takes SO long to animate one scene but I don't think it would be too hard to make a variety of different background characters.

The songs: These cheesy, tacky songs were absolute torture to have to sit through for the hour and a half long movie. I feel like the only half decent song in the movie was the chanting song played at the beginning and end of the movie. All others had no effect on me or the story itself, it would have been easier for the characters to just explain their struggles instead of having to sing through them for 3 minutes. Most of the lyrics are SO hard to understand, unlike most Disney Musicals, I think Disney should focus less on hiring famous people and should focus more on hiring talented people who actually know how to pronounce whilst singing.

The Plot: Disney tried so hard for there to be a huge plot twist that nobody saw coming and to my surprise, most people didn't see it coming but I certainly did. Hans was so unbelievably fishy to me, especially proposing to Anna the day they met. I knew that his seemingly perfect character was going to change. They completely made Anna's character the stereotypical good girl character and made it seem like the woman is vulnerable and pretty much helpless throughout the movie. Whereas the men are the powerful, smart ones.

The popularity: There are countless times where I heard "Frozen is the only movie where the prince doesn't save the day" One word, NO. These people who say that, clearly aren't real Disney fans, whereas I've seen nearly every Disney movie. Because there really are many movies where the prince doesn't save the day. The Princess and the Frog, Tiana was clearly the one who saved everyone by smashing Dr. Faciler's special amulet with the blood of the prince in it. How about the movie Brave, probably the most underrated Disney Princess movie that deserved way more credit, there wasn't even a prince, it based around a mother-daughter relationship. And what about Tangled, Flynn was not a prince, and Rapunzel saved Flynn from dying with her tears, healing his wound.

I'm not looking forward to the sequel, but I want people to be able to enjoy it if they do like the movie. Frozen just isn't the type of movie I would like
A Phenomenon
Frozen truly has become a phenomenon beyond what anyone could have thought before the film was made and released. Not since the Toy Story films or The Lion King, has an animated film been so popular with the masses. Both boys and girls love the film and its characters.

For the boys who love this film, they have Olaf; and the girls, they love Elsa, Anna and Olaf. It is very good to see the new Disney princess films are directed for a more wide audience than they were 20, 30 or even fifty years ago with Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. Olaf has become very popular among the adults who've seen the film as well.

Myself have not liked many of the Disney animated films over the years, but this is a stand-out hit among all genders and ages. Its not hard to see why once you watch the film. I hope that the Disney company continues to make films that the whole family can see together.
Frozen is arguably the worst Disney film ever made. It should be titled "Han's Tale."
By "worst Disney movie" I do not mean the worst movie ever made. I hold Disney to a higher standard. So when I saw this film, with all of its hype, I came out of it not only disappointed, but utterly frustrated. This film, save its visuals, does very little right.

So when we think of Disney, we think of a few major plot devices: the predictable romance, the villain who drives the conflict, and the moral that the film presents. Unfortunately this movie fails in all of these regards.

Regarding romance it surprisingly includes it in the tale. I know Disney makes alterations to classic fairy tales, and often adds romance to enliven them, but the Snow Queen is an exception to the rule. The focus of the tale is not on the romantic element, but the mystery of the Snow Queen, and the mysterious mirror that reflects evil in souls. This concept alone is fascinating, but is never portrayed in the movie. When making adaption of the tale (and there have been many attempts, mind you) this element has to be kept in mind.

I'm often a fan of a Disney alteration, but unfortunately, this is not an easy story to adapt. I can see why Walt Disney put the project on hold, and Disney itself did not revive in during the Renaissance. The relationship between Elsa and Anna is poor and often non-existent, considering the parents strangely agree to wipe Anna's memory and thus destroy the relationship between the sisters. Arguably, this upbringing is an unintentional villain in the story.

And regarding the villain, the film should be about Hans. Hans is the most interesting and compassionate character in the film, but they decide to antagonize him for the cliché desire for power. The twist is poorly thought out, because while it is supposed to debunk Disney's banal attempts to incorporate "true love" romance into their films, this was not the film to be doing it. Often times characters will develop a relationship in Disney's films; the only exceptions are Grimm fairy tales in which romance drives the story. We're supposed to hate Hans by film's end, even though he has arguably the worst motivation in Disney history. He has many brothers, and wants to take over a kingdom? I'd say let him, he shows more superior leadership traits than either Anna or Elsa.

Anna and Elsa would be ineffective leaders anyways. Anna delegates power to (arguably better leaders) but still outside of the bloodline (didn't they have a regent or something? There's a time-gap in the film that explains very little of Arendelle). Elsa evades her responsibilities as queen, freezes the kingdom over, and forces her people to the brink of starvation, and they love her in the end? That doesn't make much sense to me. Hans' idea to charge Elsa with treason at least is more justified than anything Anna has to bargain with; Hans is a much stronger character.

The moral is designed to be a feminist sympathy, which fails horribly. It is ironic that in a so-called "feminist" movie that encourages "lesbianism" (in Elsa's case)that the female characters are even worse than in traditional fairy tales. Elsa and Anna are annoying, stupid, and take little accountability for their actions. I suppose the message was supposed to be "love your sibling" and all the fluffy, Disney crap but it seems like last minute drivel. And to make this movie even more unbearable, they have to denigrate the male population, with side villains such as the Duke of Wesselton, who is made to be scrawny, but notoriously crafty politician, sworn to "cheat" the poorly elected leadership. Hell, at least he knows foreign policy and economics. What do Elsa and Anna know about the politics of the kingdom? They were sheltered for fifteen years! If I were the citizens of the kingdom, I'd sure as hell overthrow Elsa and Anna's regime. At least Hans and Wesselton can run a freaking kingdom properly.

All in all, Frozen is lucky the Academy plays to the fancy of whatever's popular and dynastic, as Frozen defeated several films who are probably equally deserving or far succeed it. I have not seen Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises" but I must say his films are probably better and more fascinating than most Disney films (save Hunchback of Notre Dame or The Lion King). Frozen is a terrible movie, and in my opinion, should be giving its academy award to the people who devise better stories than this one.

**EDIT** I have seen Miyazaki's The Wind Rises, and I must say that in about ten minutes (the Earthquake scene) I got a better story and a better display of character than in the whole hour and forty minutes of Frozen. Shame on Disney for making such a shallow movie. I am sure I am not alone in advocating Disney to return its Oscar to Miyazaki, whose film is miles ahead of this pile of ***.