‘Frozen’ captivates audiences of all ages

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In the kingdom of Arendelle, princess, and soon to be queen, Elsa was born with the ability to create ice and snow with a simple touch or thought.

After almost injuring her younger sister, Ana, their parents seek the help of a group of trolls, who erase Ana’s memories of her sister’s magical abilities.

During Elsa’s coronation, the two sisters argue and Elsa reveals her powers in a moment of rage.

Fleeing the kingdom, Elsa unintentionally sets off an eternal winter, freezing the ports and covering the kingdom in a blanket of snow.

Ana sets off to locate her sister and along the way meets mountain man, Kristoff, and his reindeer Sven, who agree to tag along and aid Ana in her search of her sister.

I can’t even begin to describe how wonderful this movie is.

My immense love for Disney may make me a bit biased, but I don’t understand how someone could not enjoy this film.

Disney has created a movie for not only for the little ones, but for people of all ages.

If the breathtaking animation doesn’t immediately draw you in, you should probably rethink your life.

The scenery and characters are beautifully created, and the wintery atmosphere leaves viewers with a perfect picture of a true “winter wonderland.”

If you’re not impressed by the visual masterpiece of the movie, let the brilliant lyrics of the melodies sung throughout lull you into the wonderful world of “Frozen.”

From the powerful words of “Let It Go” to the ultra catchy tune of “Fixer Upper,” you will leave the theater humming along to your favorite song.

Winning the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature and receiving two Academy Awards nominations for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song, is what I hope to be just the beginning of a long line of recognition for this animated masterpiece.

Let the dynamic characters, stunning scenery, and delightful ballads guide you to the theater and to the next showing of “Frozen.”

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