“Frozen” is truly and entirely an enchanting-yet-mesmerizing fairy tale to keep this jolly season up to the tempo. This animation is indeed enjoyable and delightful from the beginning right till the end. The strong and enthusiastic musical Broadway-style numbers that flow gracefully throughout the movie are indeed ear-pleasing and consistently do the job so well to accompany some of the interesting scenes and plots.
Even when most part of the adventure plots do look familiar and generic; “Frozen” goes back with the basics by providing a good share of entertainment and serviceable hilarious moments to indulge for. Going on the journey to find the banished Queen Elsa of Arendelle (Idina Menzel) are the party of four – Princess Anna (Kristen Bell), quixotic snowman Olaf (Josh Gad), a hunky ice-seller Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer.
The characters are memorable and interesting, although at times seems stereotypical at large. The lack of credible and progressive villains makes some of the amazing storytelling feels a little hollow, but it is the fact that the movie has heart, warmth and gentle issues to cover for, including an emotional tale of two sisters are good enough to give the story more balance and life.
Frozen is the leading choice for the year’s top animation awards by default, marked by brilliant story line and plot that are beautifully marinated along with the strong lineup of lovable characters and solid musical numbers.