The other day I went to go see the new movie by Disney for the holidays. The review is for Frozen by Disney.
It was a very captivating movie and really had a great underlying story as well – of course, I missed the first 20-30 minutes of this movie, but I feel like a got the gist of this entertaining movie.
Frozen by Disney is a movie that was more than likely written for children but I think it has a certain appeal to adults as well and very valuable life lessons.
The story is about a prince who becomes the queen but has a secret that she doesn’t want the townspeople to know about – a secret that causes calamity later in the movie. The thought of all the characters was very well thought out in Frozen by Disney, as they portray humor, responsibility, power, and love.
As you can see here on the left, the character named Kristoff voiced by Jonathan Groff has a very bubbly personality and likes to get into situations all in the name of loyalty and love. Sometimes to his supposed detriment! (see above)
Anna and Elsa are sisters that have a torn relationship in which Anna is always being pushed away by her sister Elsa – all due to the secret that Elsa is hiding from everyone. Through all the different scenes, Anna gets involved with a man that sells ice cubes for a living – perfect for these scenes and movie. She then persuades him to help her get up to the top of the mountain where she thinks her sister is hiding out. During her confrontation with her sister (after she finds her in her self-built ice castle) she gets hit by one of her sisters’ icicles and is becoming infected by her sister’s cold heart. Only true love can break that curse. Frozen by Disney is no exception to this life lesson.
We’ve all heard this type of story about only love being able to break the curse, but it’s one that is true even in our lives today. Sometimes we go down a path that we think is the best for others and that you are protecting the very people we love by leaving or shutting down our ability to love or care for others.
Frozen by Disney: Rating
In my opinion, this movie gets 9 stars out of 10 because of the undertones of witchcraft dealt by Elsa, the Queen.
Have a great day!