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Frozen: A New Disney Classic – A Spoiler-free Review

by Ruby

I just came home from the movie theater where I watched “Frozen” for the very first time and I absolutely LOVE this movie. Here are my three words to describe it: Frozen PosterEmotional, comedic and adventurous. I cried multiple times. I feel like “Frozen” is a mix between “Tangled” and my favorite musical “Wicked”. It has such a Broadway feel to it. This is my new favorite Disney movie…I’m not even kidding. It was just absolutely stunning and honestly, perfect! Starring Kristen Bell (as Anna), Idina Menzel (as Elsa) and Jonathan Groff (as Kristoff), this movie shows, in my opinion, Disney Animation Studios at its best! Listen to me review the music, the action and the magic!

First of all, I’d like to talk about the music. As I said in the beginning, the whole movie has a whole “Broadway” feel to it, but different from other Disney movies. Idina Menzel is my idol and when I found out she was going to be play “Elsa” last year, I was ecstatic! Her voice matches her character so much and I say the same about Kristen Bell. I never knew that she could sing like that and she did an outstanding job, she has a very princess-y sounding voice. Everyone really embodied their characters. I knew “Frozen” was going to be a musical but I was not exactly expecting an AMAZING AND UNFORGETTABLE musical journey that would make me cry like a baby… (I literally ran to the store to but the album right after the movie.) All of the songs make you feel exhilarated, teary-eyed and also make you giggle like crazy!  I give the music 5 out of 5 stars.

Second of all, I’d like to talk about the comedic aspect of the movie- it was H-Y-S-T-E-R-I-C-A-L! Olaf (played by Josh Gad) was the comic relief of the movie and his song “In Summer” had the crowd laughing and laughing! He is so cute and I wasn’t expecting him to be so funny and lovable.   The other thing I liked about this movie was that they didn’t over do it with the jokes. And when they did put a little joke in, they were genuinely funny ones, not dumb ones that they put in there just to put in there. Sven (yhe reindeer) and Kristoff were funny, too. (Personally, I’m a big fan of Jonathan Groff) I also give the comedy 5 out of 5 stars!

I wasn’t expecting this movie to be so emotional. During the song “Do You Want To Build a Snowman?” tears were just streaming out of my eyes without warning! I really connected with the movie because it’s about sisters, and I am a big sister, so I just really connected with the whole idea of film. You really can relate to all the characters, I personally connect with Elsa. I don’t want to spoil it for you, so I’ll just tell you the whole rest of the movie is full of heartwarming and exciting scenes! I give the entire movie 5 out of 5 stars!!!!

I am seeing “Frozen” again later this week…and maybe again. I’m not saying “Frozen” is new my favorite Disney movie just because it’s recently released and everyone is saying how great it is; I’m saying it because I REALLY do mean it! I am not going to get into any more detail, for I wouldn’t want to ruin the movie for anyone. You must go out and see this film because you will not regret it! This movie is going to go down in history for being one of Disney’s classics.

Did you see “Frozen”; if so, what did you think of it? What are your three words to describe it? What character do you most relate to? Tell me in the comment section, I’d love to hear from you!


Thanks for listening, Ruby 8:)


Conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know. – Elsa