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Actor(s) Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel
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Anna, a fearless optimist, sets off on an epic journey - teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven - 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 Anna's sister, 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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Language English
Publication Date March 20, 2014
Format Blu-ray
Blu-ray Regions Region Free
Genre Anime fantasy
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel
Director(s) Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
No of Discs 1
Studio Sony DADC

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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     “Frozen”: Timely….and Timeless. 23 May, 2014 On
    “Frozen”, the feminist Disney film is the highest animated-grosser, ever.
    It’s also the sixth highest grosser of all times after Avatar, Titanic, Avengers, Harry Potter-2 and Iron Man-3.
    With traces of political undertones, “Frozen: has all the ingredients of a classic fairy tale: royalty, paupers, castles, magic/sorcery and songs, but without the customary pat-ending where the prince-princess go away riding, happily, ever after.
    The parents of a princess (Elsa) decide to isolate their daughter because of her magic-powers that freezes everything around her.
    This separates her from her sister (Anna) who is confused about her sister’s cold attitude.
    The powers are realised by the people on her Coronation day, when the town she rules is bathed in ice.
    Anna embarks on a journey (along with an ice-man, a reindeer and a comedian snow-man sidekick, whose sharp dialogues are a reason for the film’s repeat value) to save the town and in the process, her sister, too.
    This is a tale about a bonding and love, and, of how unconditional love can “thaw a frozen heart.”
    After one feels that one has it all figured out, the film comes up with unexpected turns, one after another.
    Based on “The Snow Queen” by the Danish author, Hans Christian Anderson (who is given a phonetic tribute by saying the names of the characters in succession Hans, Kris and Anna and Sven) and though there is a physical villain, it’s the circumstances that turn a good person, evil.
    The film’s attraction however lies in the much celebrated closing, when you feel that love that will release the princess from her ordeal and yes: love wins, but with a sneaky and a welcome twist.
    There is an understated message to parents that overprotection of children (however justified) may actually do more harm than good, as Anna, a reluctant loner, finds out by falling in love promptly with the first person she meets.
    Instead, they should face life’s challenges head-on, under the supervision of elders.
    The Oscar winning song “Let it Go” is, of course, the film’s highlight, helped by the realistic eye-ball slicing photo-realistic animation.
    Watch Elsa, as she stomps her feet to build a Snow Castle and when she flings away her purple cape to denoting her disdain for royalty, releasing her tresses, her transformation from a meek princess to a vamp-like woman, signifying adolescence to adulthood.
    On retrospective, one realises that the title refers to a frozen relationship and a frozen heart.
    The Blu-Ray has a demo material 7.1 DTS audio that will have the neighbours knocking at your doors.
    The speakers come alive especially during the storms at the end, the sounds panning from front speakers to the surrounds, wolf chases, songs and the mind-boggling scene of the castle’s creation.
    Inspired by Norway and Canada, with a feel of an epic (think “Dr. Zhivago”) the animation, right from the two princesses (eyes wider than the waists), creepy forests, a non-talking (thankfully) reindeer, The Nordic costumes, the frozen town with deep blacks and brilliant whites, the castle’s interiors (a thin curtain covering a painting looks so real) to the final blizzard is excellent.
    Apart from the deleted scenes, the disc include a short animated film ( “Get A Horse”) that would have been good in 3D but falls flat in 2D, a teaser trailer, language versions of “Let it Go” and a disappointing: “ The Making of Frozen.”
    A documentary that traces the history of how the Disney came around to making this film is included.
    Watch out for an “Avenger” type of a short scene after the end credits.
    Even as I write this, the film’s craze shows no sign of abating six months after its release in the USA, a success that was anticipated but not to this level.
    So much so, that Disney Stores have limited selling its merchandise to Saturdays only and some sold on a lottery system.
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  2.  Icy Chilly Treat That leaves You Feeling Warm 22 May, 2014 On
    Disney’s latest animated movie Frozen is sheer brilliance. The story centers around two princesses, Elsa and Anna, from the fictional kingdom of Arendelle. As a child Elsa is found to have supernatural powers to freeze anything at will. To protect her and Anna, Elsa is kept isolated by their parents. Years later after their parent’s demise, Elsa is to be sworn in as the Queen. But unfortunately during the coronation ceremony, her powers are revealed to everyone present. Afraid of being treated as an outcast, Elsa runs away. Then it is Anna’s task to seek out her sister with the help of Kristoff and his reindeer. The songs are amazing and Idina Menzel’s ‘Let it Go’ is enchanting. What stood out was the message that true love exists in many forms and a sister’s love is truly precious.
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  3.  freeze it like a cherished asset.... 11 June, 2014 On
    One of the most acclaimed disney movies, Frozen got its worth by bagging a number of oscars. Animation characters can bring out human emotions more than live humans, is proved by this emotionally charged movie with ample amount of humour thrown in. Te storyline is captivating and entralling too. A must watch for all movie lovers.
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  4.  Don't Let it go :) 25 June, 2014 On
    This latest disney movies goes out the normal cliche to show girls that they don't need a prince charming to rescue them in life.The snow castle is amazing...the songs non stop.The non human characters are the show sealers in this movie (Some people are worth melting for !-Olaf).Go ahead and have a blast with this movie
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  5. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Frozen Mediocrity 8 June, 2014 On
    Frozen(2013) is an Animated film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. Its one of their first Musical in a very long time.
    The film portrays the fearless princess, Anna, who sets off on an epic journey to find her estranged sister, Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped their kingdom in eternal winter.

    To be quite frank, I fail to realize how this musical animation amassed very many awards and accolades OR how this $150 million budget movie grossed over $1.2 billion in box office revenue worldwide.

    The musical is not very good. The singing is terrible. It failed to gather my attention. The story line is very straight forward. From the beginning of this terrible movie, you know it will all end well. There is no twist, there is no suspense. It's just something your kids will like.

    The songs will get annoying. Your kids will demand you play the movie a billion times. Little girls will want to grow up to be Frozen Princesses. Well, you could call it a family movie, if you as a man & a father, would more or less find yourself dozing throughout.

    And that is how the movie was a box office hit - it was made for kids.
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  6. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Frozen 8 April, 2014 On
    It is a nice movie with the best animation i ever seen it is so good the music is very pleasant,actually the story to is quite intresting, it becomes very intresting bit to bit ,i prefer it is very good movie and it has a very happy ending and i hope every child and even adults will like this movie hope you enjo this.
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