frozen-reviewNot following the cliched way of showing us the rise of the underdog is the biggest difference and plus of Disney’s Frozen directed by Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee. With some stunning visuals of the snow filled mountains and good humor, this animation flick is worth investing your time.

Elsa is the princess of Arendelle and she has a sister Anna. The special power of Elsa to create wonders with snow becomes an issue as she couldn’t learn to control it. She gets locked up for that reason and after the unfortunate death of the king and queen, Elsa becomes the queen of the country without much confidence. The problems both country and Elsa had to face because of her magical powers after this coronation and how Anna helps her in regaining the lost confidence is what the story all about.

No typical villain is here in the film. The screenplay moves smoothly and swiftly by narrating everything that has happened to our central protagonists. Some beautiful musical conversations are there. The characters are quite cute and humorous. The bubbly Anna and the snow man Olaf certainly offers a lot of moments to laugh. The animation quality is really impressive from Disney.

There is not much to go in detail about this movie. All you need is some genuine fun and its there for you. My rating is 3.5/5 for this good fun film that has some fresh elements.


Final Thoughts


Green: Recommended Content

Orange: The In-Between Ones

Red: Not Recommended


By Aswin Bharadwaj

Founder and editor of Lensmen Reviews.

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