US Theatrical: Nov 27, 2013

Animation Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios

Popularity: 3rd All Time, 43rd This Week

Franchise: Snow Queen
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said at 7:49 PM on Fri Sep 22 2017
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It's to bad Anna never became an official Disney Princess member, ever since this film was released, she really deserves to be a member of the group sometime in the future.
said at 3:15 AM on Sun Jun 25 2017
I love the movie because it was inspiring to watch.
said at 5:21 PM on Wed Jun 14 2017
Wait a second... everyone on Youtube claims that Takehito Koyasu voicing Hans in the Japanese dub.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 5:27 PM on Wed Jun 14 2017

Yeah that was a rumour that started back when it first came out, but it's not true.
said at 5:35 PM on Wed Jun 14 2017
@Soul-dragon Good to know. I knew it sounded nothing like him!
said at 6:50 PM on Thu May 4 2017
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Love this movie. One of Disney's best animated films of all time, I rate this film a 5 out of 5 of course. Incredible voice acting, great animation, story and more. This is also the first time I seen a Disney movie make $1.276 billion dollars at the box office.
said at 8:45 PM on Wed Dec 9 2015
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In truth, this is a good movie. The voice-acting was fantastic and the characters were all quite lovable. I can see why it was as successful as it was, however, there are somethings about it that I wasn't too fond of. First of all, the whole...falling in love with someone you literally just met and getting married to him in a matter of minutes sort of threw me off haha. I also sort of wished that Elsa actually...became the villain instead of just being a misunderstood young lady. It would've been so interesting to see her become this strong, independent woman but on a very different path. But of course, that's just my perspective and I should remember that it is a Disney film so they don't want to make it too dark. Although, one could argue that Disney films actually have quite a bit of darkness to them if you pay attention... In my opinion though, there are other Disney films that have come out that are just as deserving of attention as this one. I love Princess and The Frog to pieces and it has so many wonderful morals and messages to teach but I feel like it was snubbed... I still can't quite figure out why.
Stare at the Sun
said at 4:48 AM on Fri Apr 17 2015
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Disney's most OVER RATED movie.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 9:59 PM on Thu Nov 12 2015
@Stare at the Sun not even close...that title belongs to Snow White by a wide margin
said at 3:12 PM on Fri Feb 5 2016
@Stare at the Sun EXACTLY.
said at 6:03 PM on Fri Feb 27 2015
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Fantastic movie, but people overreact to true works of art like this, and then people think it's stupid. For instance, you can't legitimately use the phrase, "Let it go," anymore without someone starting to sing the song. That's just sad.
said at 11:11 AM on Mon Mar 23 2015
@lnytune1 Couldn't agree more. I do love the movie, but all of the hype just killed it for me.
Nothing p***es me off more than when someone starts singing Let it Go to me when I'm REALLY frigging upset about something.
said at 4:09 PM on Sun Jan 25 2015
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This is a great movie
said at 2:27 AM on Mon Nov 24 2014
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Mona Marshall IN a Disney Film(even if only for additional characters) Musashi did you hear that?
said at 11:15 AM on Sat Nov 22 2014
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Jamie Roberts bought in a fantastic voice cast for this film.

Kristen, Idina, Jonathan, Josh and Santino played their main roles very well.

But what I really like is the fact that Alan Tudyk, Maurice LaMarche, Eddie Frierson, Mona Marshall and Bridget Hoffman get to be in a Disney film.
said at 12:43 PM on Sun Oct 19 2014
Surprised no one here tried to connect the movie with this song:
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:20 PM on Sun Oct 19 2014
@Fulgore2005 Aw man, I thought this was going to be Vanilla Ice.
said at 6:00 AM on Mon Oct 20 2014
@NCZ Hmm. That could work too, actually.
said at 7:19 PM on Sat Nov 22 2014
@Fulgore2005 Personally, I first immediately thought of this:

The song you mentioned came a VERY close second (freakin' amazing song, too).
said at 6:39 PM on Thu Jan 22 2015
@Fulgore2005 I remember when I first visited this page I was going to say something like "if this movie doesn't use this song: I'll be very disapponted."

Fortunately I saw the movie for myself and despite the lack of Celldweller, I wasn't disappointed at all!
said at 9:51 PM on Fri May 16 2014
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I have to admit I almost feel a little embarrassed giving FROZEN my highest rating. However, in spite of my reservations about this retelling -- er, Disneyfication -- of Hans Christian Andersen's SNOW QUEEN -- being a CG film and not a traditional one (the latter format could have been used just as effectively for a film like this) -- FROZEN is surprisingly really good. Which is not something I was expecting to say given how disappointed I was with TANGLED. However, FROZEN earns my highest rating for the following reasons.

While this is a "Disneyfied" SNOW QUEEN, it's not done in the manner one would normally expect. This is arguably a darker, edgier re-imagining; the title queen in this story is Elsa, one of two sisters whose primary motivation for causing eternal winter is not out of outright evil, but for more complex issues. The whole conflict starts off because of an accident that traumatized her and her sister, Anna, in childhood, leading the girl to become emotionally distant. This lends a surprisingly more "adult" angle to the story.

But the best part about FROZEN is how Disney turns two of its tried and true cliches completely on its heels. There IS a handsome prince, yes, and he does romance Anna, but not for the reasons one would expect. Furthermore, the climactic "act of true love" needed to break Elsa's spell isn't romantic, but sister related. It's because of this that FROZEN emerges as one of Disney's best fairy tales in a long time.

The chemistry between the principal characters is also very well done, especially the sister dynamic between the more aloof, distant Elsa and the outgoing, socially awkward (but sweet-natured) Anna. Prince Hans, as mentioned, isn't the picture perfect figure you'd expect. If anything, the most interesting character has to be Kristoff, a somewhat grumpy ice hauler who grudgingly agrees to help Anna find her, but naturally he turns out to be a real soft-hearted gentleman. Naturally, this DOES give this film a "love triangle" angle, but to reveal how it is resolved would be the equivalent of giving spoilers.

The music is also great, especially Elsa's charged ballad "Let it Go." (The only exception is a gospel-flavored song involving trolls, which isn't BAD by any means, it just struck me as out of place with the tone of the story.) Even the occasional comic relief (from a snowman and a mute elk) doesn't overpower the dramatic depth of the story. There ARE a few places where I think Disney could have toned down the laughs, though, but it's nowhere nearly as grating as in TANGLED.

I'm not quite sure where FROZEN ranks in terms of Disney's all-time greatest films, but I WAS pleasantly charmed by it and it exceeded my expectations.
said at 8:38 AM on Sat Aug 30 2014
@JTurner -I complete agree with you on almost everything you've said here. I love the fact that, unlike every other Disney movie, the villain is not overt. That really added a pleasant twist for me. I slightly disagree with you on the songs, though. Now having watched it at least a thousand times with my kids, I'm still not that impressed with "Let It Go". I enjoy Olaf's song about summer much more. And though the trolls' song stylistically may not have fit, the lyrics definitely do, particularly when they sing about how sometimes people make bad decisions when they are sad, angry or depressed, but if you show them some love it works out for the best. I think that sums up the whole movie in one line. Other than that, we're on the same page. I enjoyed your review.
said at 2:04 AM on Tue Sep 23 2014
@JTurner Really enjoyable film; I just wish it had more female characters in more diverse roles. In the original story, about half of the people helping Gerda are women. It showed an ordinary little girl achieving an extraordinary goal. They need to show us that there are more roles to aspire to than just "princess".
said at 12:07 PM on Fri Apr 18 2014
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Best Disney Movie since the 90s. Loved Olaf as a character and his song was hilarious.

Let It Go was amazing to listen to. It truly deserved that award for Best Original Song just like the film deserved to win Best Animated Film.

Disney, you did a good job this time. You deserve the £7.00 that it takes to get into the cinema. Hell, my dad bought the dvd for £9.99 so that shows you deserve my money this time.

As I am typing this, my sister & her friends are watching it. What a coincidence, huh.
said at 5:21 AM on Thu Oct 30 2014
@Ross123 I prefer Treasure Planet of all the films(I have to wonder WHY is it not on Kingdom Hearts instead of the crappy Chicken Little film) but that's another story considering TP's rep for killing 2D from it's flop(though hey no sequel for that, Jim doesn't need a love interest like most other heroes)

I wanted to see this film however but for some reason I got no chance
said at 11:38 AM on Thu Oct 30 2014
@HienFan Dammit I forgot about Treasure Planet (probably because no1 seems to talk about it and I haven't seen it in a while). Loved that movie although I don't remember that much from it.

Shame it was a box office flop though cause it was good but underrated.

Hopefully someday the world from that movie appears in KH. Also, it was only Chicken Little himself that appeared in KH2 as a summon and I heard he was in there to promote the movie in Japan.

And what do you mean that you don't have a chance at seeing Frozen? I'm sure you can buy the DVD/Blu ray or download it or something?
said at 12:48 AM on Sun Nov 2 2014
@Ross123 I used to barely notice the early 2000s film until I noticed over the years the game shops are still selling Chicken Little games on the PS2 and they kept airing Brother Bear on Disney Asia but where are the Treasure Planet and Atlantis stuff(they kinda faded after they came out) and decided to hunt for those

I did not regret it

Yeah well my sis did download Frozen before but it didn't run for some reason(guess I have to get it myself)
said at 12:49 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@HienFan Yeah, those movies did fade away after their release. Well, after a few years as every flight that played movies that I was on for a summer holiday back in 2004-2006 seemed to have Treasure Planet playing on them constantly.

And with that said, I still question why I don't remember the full movie. I even bought the little toy figures in America in 2004 but those ended up either lost or easily destroyed.

Too bad about the Frozen download though.

Oh yeah, I never mentioned this in my original post but the songs get tiresome after a while. What I mean by this is that a lot of the children (or teenagers in my sister's case) keep on singing Frozen songs to the point where you can't take anymore. Or maybe it just depends where you live where this sort of stuff happens.
said at 10:37 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Ross123 I heard one of the song often enough it gets annoying(I think it's the one when the girls are still kids) did I have to hear is every few days?

But that's musical films for you, a lot of people will want to sing certain songs

I like Treasure Planet for only having a few songs(counting the credit only two) and mostly getting to the point hah
said at 8:23 AM on Tue Nov 4 2014
@HienFan Maybe that's why people didn't enjoy it since it lacked the songs Disney is usually known for. Just a guess.

Yeah, I know what sobg you're talking about. My sister sings that a lot to the point where it drives my mum & me crazy.
said at 2:31 AM on Mon Nov 24 2014
@Ross123 FINALLY SAW IT in less than one year since the film premiere, I like Elsa's whole issue how she got shunned and eventually decided to run off and then opened up again in the end for her sister
said at 10:04 AM on Wed Apr 16 2014
Now, let's see if Disney can keep the ball rolling with "Big Hero 6"
The Doctor
said at 10:45 AM on Fri Mar 7 2014
I feel so bad for not seeing this movie when I had the chance. Now I have to wait the dvd release -_-
said at 10:50 AM on Fri Mar 7 2014
@The Doctor I think it might be on iTunes now
said at 10:28 PM on Thu Mar 6 2014
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I saw this movie with my bestie Gavin over a month ago, AND I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT TO PIECES!!! Elsa and Anna, Olaf and Kristoff are my favorite characters. everything about this movie was right on point and wonderful. the singing, the humor, the voice acting just everything was perfection. plus, I found out that I have Norwegian in my family tree(that isn't the reason why I like the movie, it's because I've been a fan of Disney for a long time now since I was a young girl and since I saw the previews for this I had been just DYING to see it and I did get that wish.) anyway, my stupid brother just keeps on denying facts with that on us being Norwegian. I am a proud Disney freak, and if people don't like it. they can go screw off. I've seen quite a bit of movies from disney, but it would be hard to remember them all. The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Pocahontas, Flubber, A Bugs Life, Mulan, Monsters Inc. are just a few of many movies I love. I'm next aiming to watch Tangled and Brave.
said at 1:49 PM on Sat Mar 1 2014
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I love Anna and Elsa.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 7:09 PM on Fri Feb 21 2014
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So after Princess and the Frog, Tangled, Winnie the Pooh, Wreck-It Ralph, and this masterpiece, are we having the Second Disney Renaissance?
said at 7:12 PM on Fri Feb 21 2014
@NCZ I'm going to put all my chips into the center pot and say yes.
said at 2:32 PM on Sat Mar 1 2014
@NCZ Please, please, please, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!!

Than again, the future animation lineup for Disney doesn't seem like anything special (no traditional animation) but I could be wrong. Let's see what Big Hero Six will be like.
said at 5:58 PM on Tue Feb 4 2014
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Ok, so I made a comment back saying I wasn't excited for this movie. Now that i've seen it, that Comment can go screw itself. I really like this movie, and I find it funny how they easily transition from dialogue to a song.
said at 10:22 AM on Fri Jan 24 2014
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Is it wrong to say that my favorite character of this movie is Olaf? Honestly, I think he's one of the best Disney sidekick characters I've seen since Russell from Up.
said at 2:22 AM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@DreamMaster08X Yeah, he was cute and funny.
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said at 11:18 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@DreamMaster08X actually, it's because of Olaf that I decided to go see it. All the reviews I read said his optimism and naivety coupled with Josh Gad's performance made him a standout part of the movie.
said at 1:13 PM on Sat Feb 8 2014
@DreamMaster08X I like Kristoff, personally. He reminds me a bit of Sokka from 'Avatar', in that he communicates with something that doesn't talk back.

(However, he is the obligatory 'love interest' who is apparently, APPARENTLY Anna's "true love" because she knew him for a LITTLE longer than she knew Hans. Which is just stupid.)
said at 1:55 PM on Sat Feb 8 2014
@BlankSlate I definitely wouldn't call their love 'stupid'. It's sort of like spitting in the face of previous Disney romances. It's not to say some of them AREN'T told as well (Sleeping Beauty is quite guilty of this), but I think they're better than most people might give credit for, such as Aladdin and Jasmine, Belle and the Beast (Adam I believe his actual name is), and yes, even Ana and Kristoff. They actually DO have chemistry.

The Ana/Hans relationship I also thought was pretty clever at first (even if it was a little obvious in its satirization).
said at 8:37 AM on Fri Feb 14 2014
@DreamMaster08X Sorry for saying that. Yes, princesses in the past, in the renaissance HAVE had chemistry, I agree with that.
said at 9:06 AM on Fri Feb 14 2014
@BlankSlate No worries. :)

With that aside, what's probably your FAVORITE Disney romance (and what you think was done the best)?
said at 1:50 AM on Sun Feb 23 2014
@DreamMaster08X Aw man, I think... Naveen and Tiana. They're both great three-dimensional characters who both try to work out their differences as well as improve upon their respective flaws.
said at 11:36 PM on Wed Jan 22 2014
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Is it just me, or does Alan Tudyk sound kind'a like Maurice LaMarche?!
said at 8:37 AM on Fri Feb 14 2014
@Troodon2 It's funny, because we have LaMarche in this movie, too.
said at 12:08 PM on Sun Mar 16 2014
@BlankSlate I know right, so should Maurice not reprise for a role or be unavailable for a role that his voice fits, perhaps Alan Tudyk can be a suitable substitute.
Spider RedNight
said at 7:37 PM on Mon Jan 20 2014
OKAY OKAY Idina Menzel had the best song but SERIOUSLY, is there nothing to say about how great Anna was? She was THE pushing point in the movie, without her, NOTHING would've gotten accomplished and the movie probably never would've happened.

Yes, Idina did amazingly but sheesh, can we hear about something ELSE cool about the movie? Like the animation, ALL of the songs being great and all the characters looking nice?
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said at 1:06 AM on Wed Jan 22 2014
@Spider RedNight Anna was actually my favorite part of the movie.

As for the songs, I thought First Time In Forever and Let It Go (the first half, not the belting back half) were the strongest and most memorable. Wanna Build A Snowman was a cute-to-sad song. I haven't had the urge to re-listen to The Intro, Hans/Anna and Trolls songs.
said at 6:22 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@Foxwolf W-w-w-wait... don't have a need to listen to the INTRO song again?

I'm shocked.

I think that it's JUST as good as Let It Go, especially when you listen to it again after you've seen the movie (pay attention to the lyrics, and it makes it even better).
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said at 10:37 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@DreamMaster08X so I just listened to it again and sure it's a hefty piece and fits the Norwegian setting but yeah, doesn't leave me humming the tune in the days that follow.
said at 2:21 AM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@Foxwolf My favourite songs are Frozen Heart and Eatnemen Vuelie BECAUSE they fit the Norwegian setting. Everything else is just... Broadway.
said at 2:24 AM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@Foxwolf Let it Go is sort of a guilty pleasure, even if "Elsaba"'s animation doesn't match the passion of Menzel's voice.
said at 2:17 PM on Sun Mar 9 2014
@Foxwolf No love for "In Summer"?
said at 2:32 PM on Sun Mar 9 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight ^Ditto.

Forgot to mention that song. :)
said at 8:11 PM on Wed Jan 15 2014
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If you are viewing this page and you haven't seen the movie... what are you waiting for? GO SEE THE MOVIE.

If you have seen it, though... SEE IT AGAIN.
said at 10:03 AM on Sun Jan 12 2014
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Really glad they didn't fall back on big Hollywood names for every character.
This is the best Disney film I've seen in years.
said at 11:10 AM on Sun Jan 12 2014
@RenoRebirth Agreed. Using Broadway actors helps breathe more life into this animated musical.
said at 1:45 PM on Mon Jan 13 2014
@VocalChameleon Just received word that Frozen might actually be coming to Broadway.
When that day comes, I had better see you there, good sir!
said at 12:19 PM on Mon Dec 30 2013
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This film is absolutely fantastic! The perfect Disney musical. So glad Idina got to sing in this Disney film, her voice was magical as usual.
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said at 6:03 AM on Sat Oct 19 2013
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This is worth a watch just to hear Idina Menzel!
said at 10:44 PM on Fri Nov 1 2013
@OptimusSolo For me, though, the selling point is hearing Alan Tudyk as the villain... again.
said at 10:48 PM on Fri Nov 1 2013
@TheAtticus Correction: Alan Tudyk as A villain. ;)
said at 10:53 PM on Fri Nov 1 2013
@Galactic_Cyrus That's good enough for me, seeing how big of a Browncoat I am.
said at 3:09 PM on Sat Nov 30 2013
@OptimusSolo She was wonderful!
said at 2:41 PM on Mon Dec 23 2013
@Galactic_Cyrus Not a villain per-say, infact he's not really "The Main" villain.
said at 12:12 PM on Sun Feb 23 2014
@Troodon2 That's why I corrected TheAtticus with "as A villains" instead of "Alan Tudyk as the villain."
said at 10:39 PM on Fri Oct 18 2013
Seriously, Me and None of my friends are even excited for this movie. But I'll give it a tiny, Sliver of a chance.
said at 11:36 PM on Fri Oct 18 2013
@Galactic_Cyrus If the bad guy is that f**king piece of yellow snow I'll kick a table....
said at 10:46 PM on Fri Nov 1 2013
@Regomania Does the name "Gaston" ring a bell?
said at 1:35 AM on Fri Mar 8 2013
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If Christopher Lloyd doesn't have a role in this movie, I'll be mildly disappointed.
said at 9:53 AM on Sat Mar 9 2013
@CatsTuxedo "I was FROZEN today!"
said at 1:50 PM on Sun Dec 1 2013
@BlankSlate Too bad none of the trailer used Madonna's song "Frozen".
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