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The Enduring Fun of Frozen


It has been months since Frozen (2013 PG), Disney‘s animated musical, has been in theaters.  Yet for some reason this movie has taken hold of Americans more than other Disney movies recently.  Can you name any of the characters from Brave (2012 PG)?  Can you sing more than the first line of the chorus of Mother Knows Best from Tangled(2010 PG)?


My teenaged daughters dressed up as Elsa and Anna.

Our family went to WonderCon, an annual comic book, science fiction, and motion picture convention in Anaheim, California.  What fun!  Many people came dressed as characters from Spider Man, Dr Who, Star Wars, Batman and Disney.

Watch as people gather for a spontaneous singing of Frozen songs:

What is your favorite song from Frozen?  Or do you prefer other Disney movies?

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Frozen, The Disney Musical That Keeps you Singing


Frozen (2013 PG) is a wonderful animated musical from Disney.  It is more than just a movie with songs. The songs carry the story and continue the conversation between characters.  And some of them stay with you.

From the previews, I thought it would just be a silly snowman making jokes around the story of the sisters.  Fortunately, the snowman, Olaf (Josh Gad), is not annoying.  And he has a great solo in which he sings about all the things he dreams of doing as a snowman (sing along with me) “In Summer!


As a child, Elsa (Idina Menzel) has powers to create ice and snow. Unable to control her powers, she accidentally hurts her little sister, Anna (Kristen Bell).  Her parents, the King and Queen of this northern Nordic kingdom, decide that the sisters must be kept apart from each other, and from the outside world.  Time passes through a song in which the sisters grow up, and Anna continues to beg Elsa to play with her, singing “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?”  It’s really a sad scene, where sisters are kept apart because Elsa is afraid to hurt someone again, and Anna doesn’t even know why her sister stays behind her closed door.


The sisters grow up, and it’s time for Elsa to become Queen.  Of course, she is terrified that she will make something freeze and people will know. Anna is overjoyed at finally having people around, singing “For the First Time in Forever.”


At the ball, Anna meets Prince Hans (Santino Fontana), and have an amusing whirlwind singing courtship (“Love is an Open Door“).


Later, Anna needs help finding her sister, and enlists reluctant Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), the local ice man and his trusty reindeer Sven. They battle snow monsters (not frightening), freezing ice and various bad guys, with the help of snowman Olaf.  Fun movie!

Not only can you sing with Frozen, you can dress up like Frozen characters!  Check out the links below to see some amazing costumes that people make and wear!





My teenaged daughters already have plans for their own Elsa and Anna costumes.  Fun movie!  Fun for the family, fun for all!

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