FROZEN (2013) : REVIEW
November 30, 2013
"No, why do you shut me out? Why do you shut the world out? Why are you so afraid of?"
Hearing the word "Disney" could just tickle our sense of sweet and magical things; the world filled with magical creatures, beautiful princes and princesses, and spectacular castles. Uncle Walt was giving the utmost imagination to every children and grown-ups all around the globe, delivering a very genuine message of that happiness came from various ways and commonly unexpected ones. Frozen here was Disney's 53rd animated feature since the very last Tangled and Wreck It Ralph. Directed and written by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee (the first female director in Disney's animated feature team), Frozen was based on Hans Christian Andersen's classic "The Snow Queen", which was the last Disney movie shot in widescreen since 1959's Sleeping Beauty. I had HIGH expectation on this film, especially after seeing the fresh rating on RT and the very consideration of my fondness for Tangled and Wreck It Ralph. So, was my expectation paid of?