Oh man, I have been neglecting this blog MAJORLY. Sorry about that folks, you know how busy college life is. I'm back with a new spiel about the latest movie Frozen. Let's start with the best part: the animation. The scene where Elsa builds a grand ice castle for herself with a few waves of her hand is absolutely beautiful, and basically any scene where the "snow queen" uses her power is a sight worth seeing. You can never knock magic sparkles. Elsa's sister Anna is a very spunky and adorable character whom I enjoyed watching throughout the film. She's free-spirited, but the love that she shows for her sister is a real tearjerker (especially at the end). My dad said he would've liked to see Elsa's character explored more, but doing the movie in Anna's point of view does keep things a little more upbeat.
I don't like putting major spoilers on my movie reviews, so I can't tell you all of my reactions to the plot twists (now matter how twisty they were). However, I can say that I appreciated how the movie's message about love didn't revolve exclusively around the romantic kind of love. There are certainly other forms of love and I feel that the movie did do a good job of showing that. As for Olaf the snowman… whew, he is a trip! Practically every scene he was in made me laugh, and his musical number about how he wishes it were summer only made him more funny/endearing (Kristoff: "I'm gonna tell him. Anna: "Don't you dare."). That leaves me with Kristoff, the ice guy. Pretty handsome dude. I'm gonna leave it there.
So, what's the final sum-up? Frozen is a pretty entertaining movie and you should see it if you like funny snowmen, mushy lovey-dovey stuff, and reindeer named Sven.
P.S. I didn't find out until after I saw the movie that Flynn/Eugene and Rapunzel from the movie "Tangled" make a cameo appearance! You only see their backs, but be on the lookout for them when people are entering the castle of Arendelle for Elsa's coronation.