Excerpt: La mejor producción animada de Disney de los últimos años propone un cuento candoroso y de amor verdadero, como corresponde, pero sin renunciar a un dinamismo y a unos contenidos superficiales y de fondo verdaderamente interesantes. Una propuesta a celebrar.
Excerpt: Nowhere near the next classic Disney princess story, directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee take Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen” and cram it with simple, often annoying characters and forgettable songs.
Excerpt: Frozen feels like it’s breaking new ground in telling a story where the women are actually in control (they could spice up Tangled all they wanted, for example, but it was still Rapunzel), and where the clichés of their narratives are turned inside out, almost as a sly commentary on what has come before.
Excerpt: Though it exhibits some qualities desirable in storytelling, the film suffers from slavish devotion to efficiency. You can practically hear executive producer and Pixar head honcho John Lasseter reminding Lee, Buck, and others of the value of story.
Excerpt: While it doesn’t quite match up to the heights that Tangled managed – it doesn’t have any sequence as singularly beautiful as that film’s Chinese lanterns scene, and it gets a bit messy in its final act – Frozen is a funny, sweet and charming entry into the Disney canon.
Excerpt: Frozen is the kind of animated film that doesn’t feel out of place in the same sentence as the classics such as The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast or Aladdin but the delightful point of difference is that instead of damsels in distress this dynamic duo of Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) are out to redefine what it means to be a Disney princess.
Excerpt: Splendid entertainment, no matter your demographic, “Frozen” proves there’s still power in animation to weave a spell of joy and grand emotion. The hype is real; this is in the league of Disney’s best.
Excerpt: Although Frozen lacks the creative integrity of The Princess and the Frog, the joie-de-vivre of Tangled and the outright creativity of Wreck-It Ralph, it is a significant and compelling achievement.
Excerpt: The themes—estrangement of family members, sacrifice for the good of others, and, ultimately, the celebration of “difference”—touch people as much as this wonderfully animated film entertains.
Excerpt: Frozen works on the whole in spite of itself, a movie that wants to cheekily mock the trappings of the old-fashioned fairy tale, before turning into an old-fashioned fairy tale by the time the end credits roll.
Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
Excerpt: While ‘Frozen’ is technically impressive,…as a narrative it leaves a good deal to be desired.