Frozen by Disney was said by some of my friends to be the movie which had successfully brought back the magic in Disney and I read online some even said it was the right evolution for the long-time producer of children animation.
I do have to agree with the latter. And like any movie, I find the key element to make it resonate with the audience is the music.
The highlight of it all
I found this scene to be the peak of the movie. Where we see the character liberate herself, accompanied with the unleashing of her true magic and well…great music.
The more I listen to this song, the more it sings to me that it’s all good being safe. Though, don’t be afraid to let it go and be yourself.
And if you’re more into the instrumental version, you gotta check out these other 2 versions!
Before there were computers, parents read us bedtime stories to sleep. Yes, we actually fell asleep to the voices of our parents and not the computer generated sound shouting; fire in the hole!
One of the classic stories bear the same title; The Princess and The Frog. Like a fairy tale, it’s about princesses, princes and happily ever afters. The same sort of stories Disney produced ever since the Mickey Mouse days.
Disney Twisted The Frog
However, this remake came with a twist. Instead of the old kissing the frog, living happily ever after, Disney gave their princess a whole new perspective – frog style.
The new story was entertaining and still true to the Disney style; singing, dancing, excitement (for kids) and romance. The scenes aren’t made to make you think or guess but watch. Viewing this movie with an open or childish mind would be best. Just pure fun.
However, Ariel did point out to me Disney has grown up. They killed a character in the movie. But come to think of it, has Disney killed more than 1 heroic character in the same film?
Would I watch it again?
Alone, no. But I would with my future kids. Because I believe all kids need a balance of fairy tale in their life.