Sunday, December 1, 2013

Frozen: Simply Fucking Freezingly Awesome

If I can describe Disney's latest movie Frozen in two words, please forgive my language, it will be 'Fucking Awesome'. Just when I thought Disney could not come up with a better movie after Rapunzel and Wreck It Ralph, comes another equally amazing movie from the same team of people.




Seldom has a movie made me laugh throughout the entire film, seldom has a movie managed to surprise me at every turn, and seldom has a movie has made me want to tear up scene after scene, but Frozen did all that seamlessly. It's a movie about true love, it's a movie about sticking up for the ones you care, it's a movie about not rejecting yourself and accepting who you truly are, and best of all it, it has this message about how true love takes time and trials, rather than a first sight love. It has a more realistic and down to earth feeling to it, rather the normal Disney "Aww I see you lets be together forever" type of love story.

The movie runs for 1 hour and 48 minutes, and in the whole duration, I cannot even find anything that I did not like about the movie. Aside from that, the movie offers a very fresh type of plot into the storyline. There were numerous times when I thought I had the ending figured out, but time after the time the movie managed to insert small twists after small twists that brought the story into different direction and made it even better.

Even though there elements that were reminiscence of earlier Disney shows, like how the reindeer (Stan) reminded me of Maximus in Rapunzel, and how one part of the plot reminded me of Enchanted, but the movie took the familiar elements and expanded them even further, and added their own unique and beautiful touch to it.

Last but not least, the songs. Oh, the songs. The songs were beautiful. They were perfect. Rather than just adding the songs for the sake of adding them to make the movie as a musical, for the first time in a very long time, the songs actually managed to make the movie even more beautiful. In fact, I am currently repeating some of the songs from the movie right now as I type this blog post. 

To be honest, the only thing that I felt was lacking in the movie was that it seemed too short, even though it ran for 1 hour and 48 minutes. When it finished, I actually felt sad that it finished. I wanted more. If there's ever a sequel or a mini movie about it, I would definitely watch it. I highly recommend this movie, in fact, I would give it a 10/10. 


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