The movie is about a young girl named Elsa (adult voiced by Menzel) and how her curse has ruined her relationship with her younger sister Anna (adult voiced by Bell).
When they get older, Elsa is elected as the new Queen, but struggles to hide her curse a secret from everyone, including her sister.
Anna, the free-spirited one, meets a young handsome man named Hans (Fontana) and she is instantly attracted to him. They spend the night together and fall in love and decide that they want to get married. Elsa doesn’t support this and causes her to reveal what she can do and she accidentally causes winter to fall on her home town before Elsa runs away.
Feeling guilty about revealing her secret, Anna goes after her leaving Hans in charge. She soon learns that it’s not easy on her own and asks a passing by stranger Kristoff (Gross) and his reindeer Sven for help.
Kristoff and Anna go in search of Elsa and come across the snowman that the Anna and Elsa created when they were little girls named Olaf (Gad) and how he’s come to life. Olaf joins them and leads them on the path to Elsa.
When they find her, she is reluctant to go home because she doesn’t want to hurt Anna anymore. She accidentally hurts her again because of Anna’s pushing and Kristoff rushes to try and save her life.
Disney finally goes back to what I love about their animated movies and that is incorporate music in their movies. There were a lot of great songs that were in the movie and were like another character as they helped tell the story.
When I saw that that the movie starred two female characters, naturally, you would think that it would be for little girls. But this movie is able to attract young boys too. It has a rugged character in Kristoff and there is a lot of light moments with Sven, Olaf, Anna, and Kristoff. It has a lot of heart and beautiful moments that make it worth seeing no matter male or female.
The colors and the graphics were spectacular in this movie. With it dealing mainly with Winter, we got a lot off different aspects with blue and white. Disney really showed that they are in a league of their own when it comes to creating a story as they can really put a great movie together from start to finish both with the voices and visually.
Overall, I was very pleased with the movie and would find myself watching it again. It has those sad moments that tug at your heart that make you appreciate it what you have in your life. Anna and Elsa love each other so much that they always put each other first, no matter what the risks are.