‘Frozen’ brings joy and laughter for all ages


Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, “Frozen” is about a town frozen in a long-lasting winter because of a curse. Princess Elsa (Idina Menzel) has been gifted with a special, but unstable, power. Afraid to hurt anyone, especially her sister, Princess Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa runs away but does not realize that in her wake, she has unleashed an icy storm that freezes the town forever. Princess Anna is compelled to find Elsa to make her reverse the spell. On her quest, Anna makes new friends who help her.

“Frozen” focuses on the relationship between the two sisters and shows how determination can help a person never to give up. The movie features a lot of humor and powerful singing. The goofy, light personalities of the characters bring a positive vibe to the movie. Those who love a good laugh and the creativity of Disney animation will enjoy “Frozen” because of the music, the breathtaking background effects and the themes of sisterly love and fulfilling responsibility toward others.

“Frozen” is recommended for ages 5 and up. Its imaginative screenplay and unforgettable characters provide a memorable experience which rivals “The Lion King.”