Buck and Jennifer Lee. U.S.A. 2013.
begin with I was quite dubious about watching
Frozen, it looked like the typical Disney
fairy-tale aimed at little girls with the prince
rescuing the beautiful princess however I
couldn’t have been more wrong. Before the film
there was a short Mickey Mouse cartoon called
‘Get a Horse’ which involved Mickey trying to
save Minnie from Peg-leg Pete which was really
exciting to watch visually because the classic
black and white cartoon characters burst through
the screen and became 3D colour animated
characters in the modern day.
Thankfully the tragedy doesn’t last very long
and there’s much excitement and amusement when
it comes to Elsa’s coronation. Anna is extremely
excited to leave the castle and she is a very
lovable character because she’s so quirky and
down to earth unlike her sister who’s constantly
troubled about her powers. Anna soon bumps into
the ‘love of her life’ that seems like the male
version of her: clumsy, quirky and the youngest
sibling so they appear to make a great match.
Despite this it seems very predictable that as
soon as she leaves the castle she finds her
prince and then lives ‘happily ever after’.
Elsa’s powers are soon exposed but this is a
great turning point in the film since it meant
that she could finally be herself and stop
hiding away. This gives out a valuable
message to children and adults alike that they
should never be afraid of showing who they
really are no matter what anybody thinks of you.
Though, I must admit that I was quite
disappointed that she didn’t get in more trouble
than she did because there was a huge build so
it felt like a slight let-down that she got
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