Complete with ten songs you are required to sing along to, a talking snowman, and a reindeer that can somehow comprehend human speech and show more emotion than just fear and pleasure, Frozen is obviously my biggest guilty pleasure.
Sisters Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel), who was born with ice magic, live in the kingdom of Arendelle. When they are very young, Elsa nearly kills Anna, but she is saved by a tribe of comic-relief trolls that just give her a platinum-blond streak that probably doesn’t need to be there. Years pass and Elsa is being coronated queen. In the three years that had passed since their parents’ death, you are absolutely unaware of who was ruling the kingdom and you might as well spend the next twenty minutes thinking about it while Anna sings about meeting “the one”, meets him and he asks her to marry him after five minutes. Obliviously, and obviously, she says yes, they go to tell Elsa, and she throws a short tantrum, accidentally putting all of Arendelle into an eternal winter (although none of the characters think that this might be just a temporary thing). So she goes to the mountains, to be alone and sing that one song that you always hear but never knew what it was from, while building a castle (that could have fit 5000 people) and becomes a hermit. And then you remember that that’s Adele Dazeem singing! Anna goes looking for her and finds Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer that I personally could not stand, Sven. Kristoff continues to give Sven extremely annoying voices and they find Olaf the talking snowman, that you end up putting a picture of as the lock screen to your phone. They go to find Elsa, going on other adventures on their way to and from, including running into the trolls that sing a song that you only like the part of when the baby trolls chime in.
I am most defiantly not trying to make this movie sound bad. Like all other teenage girls, with all other Disney movies, I was severely obsessed with it. But I am one of those people that gets really into something then “lets it go” after a while. I do highly recommend to kids of all ages (especially teenage girls). – [DVD] [Blu-Ray]
DVD Release Date: 3/18/14