Frozen, Movie Of The Year

In late 2013, Walt Disney Animation released a movie called Frozen. The movie was a funny, emotional, and overall  feel-good movie that all audiences regardless of age, can enjoy.

The movie is about a Scandinavian princess named Elsa, who has a superpower where she can produce ice and snow, but she can’t control it. Her power is dangerous to those she loves especially her sister Anna, so she isolates herself from her family and her kingdom. The castle is opened one day for the princesses’ crowning to control her kingdom, and many adventures begin

The movie is full of surprises and comedy that appeal to everyone. The movie features love triangles, a moose, and a talking snowman named Olaf. The movie is full of songs that are catchy and entertaining from very talented voices.

The movie is directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. The lead voices are Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, who play the twin princesses. Jonathan Groff plays the lead male role of Kristoff. Christy Lemire from RogerEbert.com said, “While the journey may seem familiar, the destination has some surprises in store.” 89% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes website, rated the movie favorably, and 89% of audiences on rotten tomatoes across the country liked the movie. Matt Neil from The Standard.net, said, “This is definitely one for the whole family to chill out with on a hot summer day.”

Personally, I say the movie is an emotionally thrilling adventure with laughs and tears. I recommend it to any viewer because the movie appeals to everyone regardless of age.