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Film Review - Frozen


After flirting with musical interests with 2009’s “The Princess and the Frog” and 2010’s “Tangled,” Walt Disney Animation furthers the Broadway mood with “Frozen,” which seems even more calculated to reignite the blockbuster energy that fueled studio hits from the late 1980s and early ‘90s. Filled with tunes and elaborate sequences, “Frozen” is Disney playing it safe, packing the film with adorable characters, broad villainy, and a marketable landscape of snow and ice. It’s far from revolutionary work, but there’s undeniable charm to be found in the movie, which features wonderful singing, dazzling animation, and some cheeky Nordic humor, helping to enliven what’s often a disappointingly routine picture. Read the rest at


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