{4.5/5} “Some people are worth melting for.”

Anna and Elsa are sisters and princesses. Elsa has a magical power that lets her create snow and ice out of thin air, but she can’t control it very well. After she accidentally hurts Anna, a troll cures Anna and takes away her memory of Elsa’s magic. When Elsa hides herself away from Anna in the castle for years, Anna doesn’t know why. After their parents die in an accident at sea, Elsa becomes queen. But on that day her power is revealed and the people are horrified. Elsa runs away and Anna runs after her.

Frozen was released in 2013. It’s an animated musical.

The animation is lovely, the songs are amazing, and the story is charming and funny.

Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel provide the singing voices for their characters as well as the speaking voices.

I liked it a lot. The only thing that bothered me was one important aspect of the ending which was a bit less thought out than the rest.*

The score is by Christophe Beck (Crazy, Stupid, Love.), and the songs are by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Winnie the Pooh).

Kristen Bell (Fanboys) voices Anna and Idina Menzel (Enchanted) voices Elsa.

The movie was directed by Chris Buck (Surf’s Up) and Jennifer Lee (writer on Wreck-It Ralph).

Spoiler alert

*Elsa is somehow able to use love to bring back summer.

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