I’ve been pretty bad at keeping up with Disney’s animated theatrical releases these last few years. I haven’t seen The Princess & the Frog, or Brave, or Tangled, or Monsters University. I only had the good fortune to see Wreck-It Ralph because my younger brother forced me to watch it with him this past summer. So it’s unsurprising that I haven’t seen Frozen either.
I should say, I haven’t seen it yet. But as soon as this thing comes out on DVD next month, I’m all over it, if only to listen to Idina Menzel sing “Let It Go” again. Because, as you would expect from Idina Menzel, the song is spellbinding. (A pun, by the way, since the song evidently involves the character Elsa the Snow Queen coming to terms with her own magical abilities. Ahahahaha–ahem.)
- 7 Moments That Made ‘Frozen’ the Most Progressive Disney Movie Ever (www.policymic.com)
- Disney’s Frozen and Autism (thethirdglance.wordpress.com)
- Disney Deconstructed: 5 Reasons Why I Love Disney’s Frozen (thebodypacifist.wordpress.com)
- Idina Menzel Discusses Her Wish to Be Involved in Wicked Adaptation (popwrapped.wordpress.com)