1. Frozen is an animated movie released by Disney Studios in 2013. It is a heart warming story about sisterly love and how true love can defeat evil. The movie is a refreshing change from other love-themed movies because it depicts true love between 2 sisters, Elsa and Anna.

    Elsa is the fairy tale character popularly known as the Ice Queen, whose magical touch can freeze anything. The movie revolves around how Elsa is misunderstood by her parents and the people of her kingdom, forcing her to exile herself in a far away land. Anna, the younger sister, embarks on a journey to find and bring Elsa back to the kingdom.

    While Frozen has been rated as one of the best Disney movies, I personally think it could have been done better. There are too many clichés in the storyline and the plot is somewhat predictable.

    • The first cliché is that Anna is your typical bubbly young princess who has a very rosy picture about life and falls in love with the first handsome prince she meets.

    • Secondly, the handsome prince called Hans has wicked intentions, something that doesn’t need a genius to figure out. Right from the start, Anna and Han’s love story looks too smooth and artificial.

    • Thirdly, Anna meets the poor lad Kristoff during her journey, who sacrifices a lot to help her find her sister. Later, Anna realizes that she loves Kristoff and not her seemingly charming prince Hans. No surprises there!

    The one good thing about Frozen is Olaf, the snowman, who delivers the best punch lines in the movie and provides wonderful humor throughout. The animation and special effects are great and meets the expectations of a Disney movie.

    Overall, Frozen is enjoyable for kids but may not be as amazing for animation-loving adults. But it’s definitely okay for a one-time watch with your kids. I would rate this movie 7/10.

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