FROZEN, the milder Snow Queen story by DISNEY (2013) 3D
"She's my sister, she would never hurt me."-Princess AnnaIt's been more than two months since I've watched this movie at the new mall in Barangay BF Homes and I still have a hang over. As my friend Kristen said that glorious day we watched the movie(not together), if TANGLED was great, this is even better.
As of late I have watched this movie three times. Once with my folks, once with a friend and once with my nephew(who watched it for the nth time).
It's such a beautiful adaptation. Even if it is an animation, it's real as real could be. Yes, the people looked like dolls, but the story was weaved so well. If I may say so, even better than the original.
Disney's FROZEN presents a totally different story and a very misunderstood Snow Queen.
I'm glad that Disney updated this story and they also changed the way their characters fall in love with each other. When I was a little girl I thought it was the norm to fall in love the very day you met and marry each other a little while later, even on the day itself. Today, that's not advisable, with the crime rate and all. One's life story shouldn't be featured in CSI or Law and Order or Calvento Files, even if fictionalized.
Thank goodness the characters have chances to get to know each other first and build up a friendship, rather eloping a few hours later.
In this story, Anna thought she fell in love with Prince Hans the first time she saw him and yet...
"Hang on, you mean to tell me you got engaged to someone you just met that day?"-Kristoff to Anna while riding on a sleigh/sled
I won't elaborate, just in case you haven't seen the film.
It breaks the barriers society has created and make us forget even just for a while all those stereotypes.
The songs are very inspiring. Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell rocked. Even if I liked Idina's version better, Demi Lovato's version in the closing credits was good too.
I'm so in love with the story and the music.
Kudos to EVERYONE involved in this classic. Yes, I believe it will be.
|Chris Buck||...||(story) and|
|Jennifer Lee||...||(story) and|
|Hans Christian Andersen|
Olaf is definitely my favorite character and yes, I agree. Some(not all) people are worth melting for. Awwww.