🎦 Frozen full movie HD download (Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck) - Thriller, Action, Adventure, Mystery, Fantasy, Romance, Comedy, Family, Animation, Musical. 🎬
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Mystery, Fantasy, Romance, Comedy, Family, Animation, Musical
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Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Alan Tudyk as Duke of Weselton (voice)
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff (voice)
Santino Fontana as Hans (voice)
Chris Williams as Oaken (voice)
Livvy Stubenrauch as Young Anna (voice)
Eva Bella as Young Elsa (voice)
Patricia Lentz as Additional Voices (voice)
Ciarán Hinds as Pabbie / Grandpa (voice)
Idina Menzel as Elsa - Snow Queen (voice)
Stephen J. Anderson as Kai (voice)
Josh Gad as Olaf (voice)
Kristen Bell as Anna (voice)
Robert Pine as Bishop (voice)
Maurice LaMarche as King (voice)
Edie McClurg as Gerda (voice)
Maia Wilson as Bulda (voice)
Storyline: Fearless optimist Anna teams up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven and sets off on an epic journey to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. From the outside Elsa looks poised, regal and reserved, but in reality she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret: she was born with the power to create ice and snow. It's a beautiful ability, but also extremely dangerous. Haunted by the moment her magic nearly killed her younger sister Anna, Elsa has isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers. Her mounting emotions trigger the magic, accidentally setting off an eternal winter that she can't stop. She fears she's becoming a monster and that no one, not even her sister, can help her.
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the so called plot twist was the worst i have ever seen.... and the things that where supposed to make suspense failed miserably. but the rock trolls was nice i supposed. i wish they had made it more like big hero 6 which was really really good because you could kinda relate to the character. i don't really think you could with Elsa and what the other is called. but back to the "plot twist" i mean making Hans evil was really a bad choice because there where no signs of him turning evil, like by the way I'm evil. its really kinda discriminating in a way this movie is just really the worst of the newer Disney movies in my opinion and if you don't like over-hyped things then don't go see this one
Frozen was without a doubt the most overrated movie over our millennium. The entire movie lacks tremendously. But why is it so overrated? Because general audiences and stupid kids don't need any kind of structure or bar for comedy and story. The formula for this movie was: Cliché princess story + pointless side characters + other pointless side character only made for unfunny quips and merchandise ÷ impressionable children and brainwashed parents = $$$$$$$$$. I cant stand Frozen, its everywhere to, after all these years I still see Frozen Socks, and Underwear. UNDERWEAR, why buy quality undergarments when you can buy a made in China piece of sackcloth with Olaf's face on it. The movie was bland and its only purpose was to make a quick paycheck to repay George Lucas for buying STAR WARS. Also, that wretched song "Let it Go" is the most overused ANNOYING song in cinema history, that's all I hear from kids these days, JUST SHUT THE HECK UP ALREADY. Its not even a good song. I especially hate Frozen because it has infiltrated every aspect of my life, I can go five seconds without seeing some brat carrying around an iPhone 7s with a Olaf phone case, or some little girl whining that she wants some stupid Elsa puzzle or a pair of socks with Anna's face plastered on. Disney saw big dollar signs and the demonic focus groups at Disney Animation Studios had no problem exploiting their primary demographic to the fullest extent possible and BEYOND. But the most disgusting abomination this movie has caused is the way it is being shoved into the general media. I was a Christmas Tree lighting in SanFransisco and I had no idea the horror that lay ahead. The entire ceremony was a Disney Propaganda commercial, complete with, YOU GUESSED IT, THAT DEMON SPAWN SNOW MAN.
Disneys absolute worst in many years
One of the worst Disney animated movies I can recall seeing. 75% inane songs, way to obvious plot even for Disney. Very, very little humour. Bland characters and just plain below par compared to what Disney and other animation studios have been able to produce in the last 10 years. The usual villains and sidekicks appear but with nothing new to offer.

I could not stop myself from skipping at least a minute from most of the songs. The voice acting was, well, bland is the best word. Absolutely mediocre. I was thoroughly disappointed

Do not by any means pay to watch this and be sure to be in the company of easily amused small children.
I just don't see it
When I first heard all about Frozen I got very excited. " Wow, a new Disney movie with stunning animation and quirky characters!" What I got was a bland mess of reused character models, poppy songs with no value whatsoever, an over the top feminist storyline (note: I am totally cool with feminism but here it was overblown), One of the most annoying Sidekicks ever in a Disney film and overall just a down right mediocre film. It's funny how the people who love this film to death have panned such classics as 2001: A Space Odyssey. This just blows my mind! Whats so damn good about this film. People say the animation, the animation is reused from every other current Disney films. Anna, the girl from Epic and the girl from Tangled are all the exact same model but with different hair. That's pathetic Disney. Some say that this movie is a masterpiece, I say go and watch some Hitchcock films instead of this feel-good piece of crap.
"The greatest" again and again... not even close.
Being a huge fan of Disney movies i got to say, they continue to be less and less entertaining.

First of all, the graphics look amazing, i loved this magical snow and the way they took shape, it was breathtaking. The characters on the other hand are realistic but i just can't stand how they make their doll faces. Is this the future of the characters? Princes and princesses being thin and handsome while others are being fat, on little legs and ugly.

Now the musics... they are boring. Seriously i couldn't notice a difference between all of them except for "Let it go" and the one between Anna and Hans. But the lyrics are forgettable, i wasn't entertained at all. I was like : "hey why did they take the same rhythm through all the movie?"

Lots of plot's gaps like : - Why shut Elsa down even from light and toys?

- Why are the trolls close to the royal family? The chief who had powers too lived with his own kin and is happy with it, why not Elsa then? Why do they look exceptionally dumb? If he could foresee the danger of her power, couldn't he see he was the reason why in first place?

- Who ruled the kingdom between the death of the parents and the coronation? No bright mind i can assure you, nobody asked himself why she stood in her bedroom as her power remained secret from even her sister.

- From where Elsa got her power?

- How everybody listens to this Weseltown guy when the princess asked for no harm?

- How does Anna knows where Elsa built her snowy castle?

- How come newly met Hans becomes warden of the kingdom?

- How come true love isn't built? How come it's just decided in a sec?

- Is it only possible to take a kingdom like Hans is doing it? He has a bunch of older brothers who'll likely enter into war after that!

- Why so much useless songs especially the snowman's and the trolls' ones? Couldn't they fill the gaps with the time used by those songs?

And the list goes on and on!!!

Depth of the characters = 0. Anna is the most dumb princess i have ever seen, of course she loved her sister but she meets a random guy, wants to marry him in a matter of hours, has been deceived then *FLASH LIGHT* another loves me so i do love him too! First of all if you love someone like this then be deceived i hardly think you can heal up that fast, she didn't even cry! Kristoff loves her so what the hell why not take the chance and kiss him, i mean how MANIPULATING of her! what kind of love is that?!

Hans is odd, he becomes the villain because there has to be one, but how has he been defeated? a punch in the face then shipped back to his kingdom... Under what laws do they live? don't they have cells in their castle? Even the Weseltown noble is more punished in the story...

Trolls no background whatsoever but i didn't care much.

Kristoff, who happens to be there, truly grows in love with Anna (i felt a bit heartbroken the way he left town after bringing Anna back, yeah no thanking, no "you can come have a hot meal", just get out... and he bravely accepts this, he just returns in the snow mountains in the middle of nowhere...). By the way, why did he say his only friends were the trolls? I recalled seeing people with him at the beginning, doesn't he have some friends in a village? He looked so alone and empty the whole movie!

Elsa who's above all the greatest character in this movie but has been completely thrown away... She sacrifices so much for the sake of the people she loves (YES SHE LOVES so why after an hour or so LOVE IS THE KEY? And bibidiba bidiboo snow goes away from love) : her childhood, her freedom, her life in her kingdom! There has to be some more to be told about her! She's a twisted character who received no love from anyone besides her sister but gives so much and all she got was get out you freak? And when she finally casts her spell out everybody becomes happy and loving? nothing logical in here!

I just don't want to talk about the snowman, he's completely irrelevant to the story and brings no fun at all, he's just some other annoying character like Jar Jar Binks. I know it's meant for kids but is that a reason to show dumb scenario? I took the price earned for this movie even more insulting! Everybody it's own opinion but stop saying it's the best Disney ever in ads, you don't decide for us because i think it's not by far : full of irrational decisions by the characters, no loving story, no true villain, it just happens and deal with it! How many people read the script and agreed on it? It's freaking me out for the other Disney movies to come...
The Mouse's take on "The Snow Queen" works exceptionally well
This is an animated feature done by Disney Animation Studios. There will be spoilers ahead:

Disney has been making animated feature-length films since 1937, with more than 50 done by the Disney Animation Studios through Frozen, in addition to now owning Pixar and having distribution on others. In recent years, Disney Animation Studios, while doing fairly good work, has been overshadowed by Pixar and Studio Ghibli. Frozen is the best animated film DAS has done since probably Aladdin in 1992.

With Frozen, DAS takes Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" and gives it the Disney treatment. Frozen is incredibly successful on so many levels. It works as a full-blown musical, with a fine score and a very catchy hit song, "Let It Go". The animation is fantastic, it's the funniest animated film the studio has done in years.

The characters are mostly well-designed and the voice work (spoken and sung) is equally exceptional for the most part. Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, as Anna and Elsa respectively, are the leads and the heart of the story. It's essential that they do well or the film will sink. Their performances are fantastic.

Beyond the two leads, there are a couple of romantic sub-plots and a couple of characters set up to be the comic relief. One of the love interests, Kristoff, has a reindeer named Sven and their interactions are fairly funny for the most part. Olaf the snowman is okay. He works better for kids than he does for me.

Anna and Elsa are sisters who are also Princesses (naturally-this is a Disney film, after all). Elsa, the older sister, has the power to produce snow, ice and frost, which is a two-edged gift. After an accident, she and her sister fall apart, largely due to Elsa's fears that she will accidentally harm Anna.

On Elsa's coronation upon her coming of age, various problems rear their heads and Elsa flees the palace, determined to exile herself. Anna pursues her sister, equally determined to fix whatever has come between them and make things whole and right, like they were when the girls were close.

Through various travails and setbacks, the bad guy(s) are exposed, the sisters regain their close relationship and various mysteries are resolved. All the elements Disney films typically have are present, with a script strong enough to carry it all to a satisfying conclusion.

I must admit that I like The Wind Rises a bit more than I do Frozen, but that's like saying I like chocolate ice cream more than I like fudge ripple. Both are wonderful, as is Ernest and Celestine. Those three, along with Despicable Me 2 and The Croods, form the nominees for the Animated Feature Academy Award, with Frozen winning.

This film is available on Blu-Ray and DVD and is well worth having. Most recommended.

The only thing that stood out in this movie was the stunning visuals. Unfortunately, stunning visuals alone do not a good movie make. The songs were all too alike and not catchy at all in my opinion, not to mention their lack of strong vocals. I grew up watching movies like Beauty and the Beast and the Lion King with musicians such as Celine Dion and Elton John contributing to their scores. I won't be rushing out to buy the soundtrack any time soon! Another way 'Frozen' contrasts with these classics was the lack of a truly dark and evil villain. Only at the end of the film were we introduced to the antagonist and I felt he was little more than just a misguided jerk who at times could be quite likable (a charming prince). Finally, I thought that some of the adult 'humour' that was added to the movie was unnecessary and not very funny at all. I can laugh (and have laughed) along with many a children's' movie where there was no obvious attempt at adult jokes. A movie that is similar to 'Frozen' that had better music, a better villain and funnier humour is 'Tangled'.
Disney's Frozen fails to warm
It's difficult be so honest about Disney films without alienating some people. My kids for a start will turn on me for giving this a mediocre score. But it is very just and I feel that most are being carried along with the child hype that surrounds Disney's latest entry.

Musically, the film delivers, even though I am sick to death of the songs that one of my daughters continuously screeches while wrapping up in blankets to imitate the princesses. But it is here where Disney lead and hypnotise an audience into believing that their film is a masterpiece. However, if you stand your ground and look beneath the songs, you will see a story that is in place BUT its scenes remain isolated and disconnected from one another.

It also feels like Disney had realised this, and then filled the gaps with the snowman Olaf. Rather than be a centre figure, like what has been suggested, he is more of the scene filler. He does bring humour, but it just feels like it was a late idea.

The story itself is reasonable, and the story is told well via the music, but scripting does not connect the scenes and so you are left with empty sections. This is also felt with some of the characters, that have no value to the film and you have no emotion for them either.

If we compare this film to a recent one, Tangled, if dwarfs in comparison. Tangled ticked all the right boxes with a great story, comedy combined perfectly, excellent writing and at the end it left you felling great. At the end of Frozen I felt like giving a shrug and then moved on.

When you think Tangled did not receive as much notice in comparison then it only leads me to think that somehow it is something else that has sold this movie rather than it being an excellent film. Whether it be a musical style, or even great advertising, it just doesn't quite add up.

It is not a poor film but it is not brilliant either, and it certainly doesn't live up to its hype but kids will definitely love it.

GIFT-A-SCALE: 6 out of 14
Totally magical!
This movie is one of the Most massive and magical Disney story's ever told! I love the animation, storyline, and every inch of classical music! This has got to be one of the top 5 movies of the year! And I love the idea how they made Hans like a sweet loving prince, to a mean bad guy. Way much a bigger story line than Tangled! Everyone knew the story of Rapunzel before Tangled was even out in cinema. But frozen, this has a big twist on it! This enchanted movie is magical in every way you see it! No other Disney movie can never beat this one! This movie is definitely a 10/10 for amazing animations for the characters like Anna Elsa, Hans, Olaf, Sven, Kristoff, etc. For all the magical moments we can all enjoy in the film. And finally for all the amazing songs that all ages can sing along to! One of the biggest and amazing movies ever made!
What If a Disney Princess (and Queen) Were an X-Man?
Most unexpectedly, Disney's "Frozen" (hereafter "D's Frozen") subtly reconfigures and directs the seemingly tiresome tropes and conventions of their romantic "princess movies" into uncharted "Marvel comic" territory and themes. The main protagonist (AND apparently antagonist) Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) is far more than your run-of-the-mill glamorous elder princess, then (Snow) Queen of the kingdom of Arondelle. She possesses nearly unlimited, almost magical power to control and shape ice and snow.

In a Marvel comic, she'd be considered a mutant with the combined powers of Ice-Man and Storm. Unfortunately and tragically, she lives in medieval times and does not have the guidance of a Charles Xavier-like mentor to help her harness the power for mankind's benefit. Well, there IS a (literally) stone troll king, Grand Pabbie (voice of Ciaran Hinds) who is aware of the extent of Elsa's powers. However, all he can recommend to Elsa's father (voice of Maurice LaMarche) and mother (voice of Jennifer Lee), King and Queen of Arendelle, is cruel, complete isolation from all humanity until she is mature enough to ascend the Arondelle throne.

Part of the reason Elsa is held in quarantine is because in childhood, while using her powers to create a winter playground for herself and younger sister Princess Anna (adult voice of Kristen Bell), she accidentally injured her head. Although non-superpowered and "normal", Anna heals with the Troll King's help. Having no memory of the incident, Anna is distraught and perplexed as to why Elsa cannot come out to play. Still, the coronation day comes, and Elsa seems to be in emotional control of herself and her abilities. Not for long. Elsa gets upset when beautiful but impulsive Anna immediately intends to get hitched to comely Southern Isles prince Hans (voice of Santino Fontana), a guy she met only minutes before in a boating "mishap". Already tense and anxious, Elsa unleashes an ice age on Arondelle and flees the shocked citizenry for the lonely refuge of the mountains.

Anna may be a mere mortal, and a bit clumsy, but she is unswervingly determined to locate and reconcile with her sister and convince her to thaw out the kingdom. This sounds like a straight-arrow objective, but many complications come into play. One, Elsa finally finds peace and the freedom to be herself in the mountains, which is celebrated in the ubiquitous, destined-to-be ageless ballad "Let It Go", and literally carves out an ice palace for herself. Two, although Anna teams up with loner ice-delivery man Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his faithful, dog-like reindeer Sven, and a wacky snowman named Olaf (Josh Gad), they at first don't seem to be much help. Kristoff, like Elsa, just wants to be left alone, and Olaf keeps falling apart and foolishly wishing he could move to the tropics. But, with Sven's urging, Anna's tenacity and persistence bring this odd duo around. Third, some in the coronation party, like the Duke of Weselton ('Weaselton") voice of Alan Tudyk) and others, consider Elsa a monster and want to eliminate her. Fourth, Elsa accidentally causes Anna to suffer a "heart freeze" that could prove fatal. Can Anna achieve this miracle and save both Elsa and herself? According to the Troll King, true love is the key. But what is this true love?

"D's Frozen" continues the Mouse House's rise above older cartoon sentiments and happily- ever-after resolutions and marriages (mostly) and explores more advanced, modern emotions and themes. In Marvel Comics "X-men", mutants deal with adolescent anxiety and confusion about their powers, their fear of losing control of their powers and causing death and destruction, and the prejudicial hostility of a society that can't and won't understand them. Elsa faces these same dilemmas. "D's Frozen" moves beyond superficial, helpless romantic puppy love (like that of Anna and Hans) into more substantial love and friendship like the one within a family and between sisters. It also moves beyond conventional villains (although there are a few, and at least one unanticipated one) to show that our own worst enemies are our inhibitions and fears. "D's Frozen" also continues the relatively recent Disney movement to create independent, self-assured women who do not automatically need men to face and overcome danger and obstacles. And naturally, most importantly, "D's Frozen" helps us figure out what that true love is, with, amazingly, the help of that "wise fool" Olaf. True love is captured in the phrase that begins, "No greater love hath a man (person) for another than to….".

Best of all, "D's Frozen" achieves the weighty themes mentioned above with excellent visually artistry, suspenseful and sometimes heart-thumping action, naturally funny slapstick and verbal humor, dazzling musical numbers, satisfying character development, and happiness that is not dependent upon a "deus ex machina", but hard-won. Not bad for this Disney/Marvel collaboration. Not bad at all.

P.S.: If you have the patience to wade through the end credits, you'll find a funny disclaimer addressing Kristoff's opinion about men and their noses, and the final fate of the abominable snowman Elsa creates to protect herself from attack.
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