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Rated PG · 102 minutes · 2013
It’s been years since Disney has given us not only an entertaining family film but one loaded from beginning to end with memorable, imaginative songs. In that sense, Frozen is kind of a throwback, even if its story relies heavily on digital animation and, to a lesser degree, 3-D. The fulcrum of the story is a princess cursed with a freezing touch that can instantly turn anything into ice. But the centerpiece is the princess’ sister, Anna (Kristen Bell), who tries to save her sister from the curse and fall in love with either a dashing prince or the local ice salesman. The sense of humor is spot-on throughout and Bell should be a lifer in animation. As for the songs, they’re composed by Robert Lopez (the Tony-winning Book of Mormon and Avenue Q) and his wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, so that they’re ear candy should be no surprise at all.
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Official Site: movies.disney.com/frozen/?cmp=wdsmp_fro_url_dcomfrozen_Extl
Director: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
Producer: Peter Del Vecho and John Lasseter
Cast: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Santino Fontana, Alan Tudyk, Ciarán Hinds and Chris Williams

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Creative Loafing Tampa Frozen goes cold Disney's latest tries to re-capture the magic of its 1990s renaissance. by Anthony Salveggi 11/26/2013
Indy Week Disney doesn't quite stick the landing with Frozen But give Frozen the credit it is due: The story ends up in a surprising place that will catch many viewers off guard, and its main strength is the cast. by Isaac Weeks 11/27/2013
Boise Weekly Saving Walt Disney Frozen and Saving Mr. Banks are now playing at Edwards 9 and Edwards 22 by George Prentice 12/18/2013
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Colorado Springs Independent Despite its girl trouble, Frozen's a nice musical walk through the snow Disney keeps showing that it's scared to death of boldly proclaiming that one of its animated movies has a female protagonist. by Scott Renshaw 11/27/2013
Connect Savannah Review: Frozen As is often the case with CGI cartoons, the backgrounds are rendered in more convincing detail than the human characters' expressions; here, the animation team kicks it up a notch, creating a wintry wonderland that's dazzling to behold. by Matt Brunson 11/27/2013
Creative Loafing Charlotte Frozen: Breaking the ice Rating: *** by Matt Brunson 11/27/2013
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Inlander Chilled to Perfection Disney shows it gets what it's like to be a young girl with Frozen by Maryann Johanson 11/27/2013
Charleston City Paper Frozen points out Disney's fear of telling a story about — ick — girls Disney has a girl problem. Take a look at TV commercials for the new animated feature Frozen, and you'd likely suspect that it's about a funny talking snowman and maybe also a funny non-talking reindeer. by Scott Renshaw 12/04/2013

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