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“Frozen” is a Frosty Hit!

David Page, A&E Columnist

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Disney’s newest hit, Frozen, has shown once again why the ‘House of Mouse’ is still at the top of their game in these days. Allow me to explain in more detail.

In the kingdom of Arendelle, the coronation of Queen Elsa, voiced by Broadway star, Idina Menzel, and her sister, Princess Anna voiced by Kristen Bell. But things go for a turn of the worst when Elsa reveals a dark secret about herself during a party after she learns that Anna is going to marry a man she just met, a man named Prince Hans, played by Santino Fontana. The secret: she can manipulate ice and snow, but due to her emotional imbalance, she can’t control it. So she runs into hiding and becomes the Snow Queen and accidently creates a forever winter in her kingdom. So Anna goes off to find her, with the help of a Ice-collector named Kristoff, voiced by Glee’s own Jonathan Groff, his pet reindeer Sven and the over-friendly snowman Olaf, voiced by Josh Gad. Our heroes must save the kingdom and get Elsa to come back and make things right, or else their kingdom is frozen forever.

The best thing about this film, aside from the animation and songs, is its story. Unlike other Disney films, this has a theme about sisterhood and how important family is, which is actually a very fresh thing for Disney to do. Plus songs like ‘Let it go’ and ‘Frozen Heart’ help make this a must-see film for any Disney fan out there.

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“Frozen” is a Frosty Hit!