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5.0 out of 5 stars Frozen melts your heart...
Finally watched this after all the fuss from all the addicted little girls I know who adore it. (including my 21yr old daughter!) I have to say it ticks all the boxes - excellent animation, wonderful story (an adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson story - The Snow Queen) and excellent musical score too. I would put this on a par with 'Brave', perhaps even edging...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Frozen
Great film for children, about 10 years. Thought I might like to chill out with it. But to much sugar.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 27 Aug 2014
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Very good! The kids and I both love it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars frozen dvd., 26 Aug 2014
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Fast shipping, very happy with product.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a good buy, 12 Aug 2014
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Excellent movie, great birthday present
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 24 July 2014
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So happy to finally have my own copy :)
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8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly enjoyed it!!!, 17 Dec 2013
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I'm 21 and on a whim decided to take my best friend to see this, I had low expectations of this film and only went to see it to go out one evening.
I have to say I absolutely LOVED this film, Sven and Olaf my favourite characters in Disney for a long time.
Definitely recommend to all young and old!
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5.0 out of 5 stars FROZEN [2013] [3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray], 12 May 2014
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FROZEN [2013] [3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray] Walt Disney’s 52nd Animated Classic!

Walt Disney Animation Studios presents a chilly twist on one of the most humorous and heart-warming stories ever told.

Fearless optimist Anna [Kristen Bell] sets off on an epic journey – teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff [Jonathan Groff] and his loyal reindeer Sven – to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Adrendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf [Josh Gad]. Together with Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.

Bring home ‘Frozen’ on 3D Blu-ray High Definition – featuring a blizzard of never-before-seen bonus extras with gorgeous animation, memorable characters and unforgettable music. Its dazzling fun for the whole family!

Voice Cast: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Santino Fontana, Alan Tudyk, Ciarán Hinds, Chris Williams, Stephen J. Anderson, Maia Wilson, Edie McClurg, Robert Pine, Maurice LaMarche, Livvy Stubenrauch, Eva Bella, Spencer Lacey Ganus, Jesse Corti, Jeffrey Marcus, Tucker Gilmore, Jose Premole, Benjamin Schrader, Adam Stedman and Jack Whitehall

Directors: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee

Producers: Aimee Scribner, John Lasseter and Peter Del Vecho

Screenplay: Jennifer Lee

Composer: Christophe Beck

Video Resolution: 1080p

Aspect Ratio: 2.24:1

Audio: English: 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Portuguese: 5.1 DTS Digital Surround, Castilian Spanish: 5.1 DTS Digital Surround, Catalan Spanish: 5.1 DTS Digital Surround and English: 2.0 Dolby Audio Description

Subtitles: English SDH, Portuguese, Castilian and Spanish

Running Time: 108 minutes

Region: All Regions

Number of discs: 2

Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

FILM FACT: ‘Frozen’ won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song ("Let It Go"), the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film, five Annie Awards (including Best Animated Feature), and two Critics' Choice Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song ("Let It Go").

Andrew’s Blu-ray Review: In the northern kingdom of Arendelle, two young princesses play in the middle of the night. The elder sister, Elsa, was born with the ability to create ice and snow with the wave of her hands, which delights the younger, effervescent Anna. When Elsa slips and accidentally blasts Anna with her icy magic, the King and Queen race with Elsa and Anna into the deep woods to seek help from local trolls. The father troll heals Anna, but removes her memories of Elsa's magical abilities. He also warns Elsa that her powers are beautiful, but dangerous. Elsa's greatest enemy will be fear.

The King and Queen immediately shut Elsa away from the rest of the world, closing the castle gates to keep her powers secret and to keep her safe. Elsa, in turn, locks herself away from Anna, who doesn't understand why her best friend doesn't want to play anymore. As the years pass, Anna tries less and less to repair the broken relationship with Elsa, who fears not only her powers, but also any emotions which may cause her powers to flare.

Years later, when the girls have become women, Arendelle opens its doors for Elsa's coronation as Queen. Elsa [Idina Menzel] dreads the ceremony, for she must remove her gloves, the very gloves she believes will hold back her monstrous power. Anna [Kristen Bell] is jubilant; she's been alone for so long she's starved for attention. The coronation is to be her first party ever and all the food and dancing and handsome suitors. What if she meets one today? What if she meets The One?

Enter Prince Hans of the Southern Isles [Santino Fontana], who literally sweeps Anna off her feet. It isn't long before Anna decides she's found True Love and marches in to get Elsa's blessing. Elsa, meanwhile, is struggling to keep her powers at bay, so when Anna announces her engagement to a man she just met, the two begin an argument that boils over when Elsa freezes the floor and fountains in front of all their guests.

Elsa is horrified. Anna is confused. And the people lead by the arch, villainous Duke of Weaseltown declares Elsa a monster and a sorcerer. Elsa flees across the fjord, freezing the bay and (unintentionally) turning summer into a permanent, never-ending winter. The Duke wants to send his armed men after the monster, but Anna convinces them to hold back, telling Prince Hans to keep Arendelle safe from the Duke's greedy hands. Anna fearlessly sets off alone to bring her sister home and save the kingdom from the deep freeze. Along her journey, she picks up a few sidekicks, a mountain man named Kristoff, a reindeer named Sven (who does NOT talk), and a talking snowman named Olaf. But, even with Anna's new friends, the questions remain; does Elsa want to come home?

Winner of two Academy Awards – Best Animated Feature Film & Best Original Song, for 'Let It Go' – 'Frozen' is the 52nd animated film produced by Walt Disney Studios Animation. It has earned more than a billion dollars at the worldwide box office, making it the most successful (non-sequel) animated feature film of all time.

Co-directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, who share story credit with Shane Morris (Lee also wrote the screenplay), 'Frozen' was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Snow Queen', a project Walt Disney himself wanted to make some seventy years earlier. What we have now is both wonderfully modern and classically Disney. Wait, that's not exactly right. A better way to describe this computer-animated fairy-tale-musical is to say it is classic era Disney fairy-tales from the '30s and '40s... fused with the blockbuster Disney musical renaissance of the early '90s... animated with the tools of post-modern PIXAR CGI. Its closest sibling is probably the revisionist 'Tangled.'

'Frozen' is an extremely entertaining animated musical that harkens back to classic Disney fairy-tales while putting a modern spin on things that may or may not be socially important. This is clean entertainment for the entire family. I loved every single frame of it, from the musical numbers to the action sequences to the sight gags, save for one thing. The end credits switch to a pop star version of "Let It Go", performed by Demi Lovato. I'm sure Ms. Lovato is a wonderful person, but compared to Ms. Menzel... it's a little underwhelming.

Blu-ray 3D Video Quality – 'Frozen’ skates onto 3D Blu-ray with a highly dimensional, gorgeous 1080p encode framed in the film's original 2:24:1 aspect ratio. This is an outstanding 3D release, and watching 'Frozen' in the third dimension is now my preferred way to experience it. There's no apparent loss in colour vibrancy or brightness despite the 3D glasses. Unlike some releases, the 3D actually adds to the whole experience. This is a highly dimensional film. The entire world of Arendelle comes alive in this format. The sets, the characters, the action...it feels like you are inside the movie. Especially when it's snowing as the flakes tend to come out of the screen. Olaf's carrot nose, while never really poking you in the eye or distracts the viewers, but it does seem to stick out into our world too. And, for those who have ghosting-prone displays (as I sometimes do), I didn't see much of a problem.

Blu-ray 2D Video Quality – Aside from the slightest hint of banding during the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo, aka material NOT created for this movie specifically, 'Frozen' is another reference quality CGI animation Blu-ray. Your display's ability to reproduce the colour white is sure to be tested here, as the movie balances many snowy landscapes during day and night sequences. Colours are bright and bold and beautiful, from the elegant costumes to the sparkling magical ice to the auroras in the night skies. Black levels are expectedly inky, in particular a semi-transparent sheet hung over a painting early in the film's running time. Detail and resolution are resplendent as well. To be fair, Walt Disney Animation Studios doesn't render textures in the almost-photo-realistic Pixar way, but wood grains and individual snowflakes and strands of hair make for a visual feast. There's so much to see in the 'Frozen' world, and all of it is here in a two dimension setting so clear, it feels somewhat three dimensional. In a word: gorgeous.

Blu-ray Audio Quality – 'Frozen' sings and roars its way onto Blu-ray with a dynamic 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio surround sound mix which will sure to please the audiophiles addicts amongst us. While 'Frozen' starts out a little light on aggression and grunt, that's okay. We're first rewarded with the room filling orchestrations of composer Christophe Beck, who partners with Norway's Frode Fjellheim for "Eatnemen Vuelie" ("Song of the Earth"). From there we race through time and musical numbers where the voices are crystal clear and the effects nice and punchy. Once the action moves out of the castle's safety, the track really rises to the aural occasion. Blowing storms and growling wolves and whooshing sleds highlight the mix's articulate panning. And then there's the thunderous roar of the snow monster. It first appears when Elsa creates a new friend to guard her fortress of solitude ice castle. It's definitely a lot of fun if you like that sort of thing.

Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Blu-ray 3D: Get A Horse! [1080p] [6:00] The Walt Disney Animation Studios short that played before the film's theatrical release. It features Mickey Mouse fighting Peg-Leg Pete over Minnie Mouse through different styles of animation, both classic hand-drawn B&W as well as modern CGI in full widescreen colour. It's clever a lot of fun and is truly and terrific use of 3D.

Blu-ray 2D: Get A Horse! [1080p] [6:00] The Walt Disney Animation Studios short that played before the film's theatrical release. It features Mickey Mouse fighting Peg-Leg Pete over Minnie Mouse. It's clever and fun, but sadly, this one works a lot better in 3D.

Music Videos [15:42] Demi Lavato (in English), Martina Stoessel (in Spanish & Italian), and Marsha Milan (in Malaysian) perform their "End Credit" versions of the Academy Award winning song, "Let It Go." I still prefer the original Idina Menzel version, but Marsha Milan is also an incredible singer.

The Making of 'Frozen' [3:18] You might have seen this video online. Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, and Kristin Bell lead a fun musical number inside the Disney Animation building in Burbank, poking fun at the fact they didn't make an actual making-of feature.

D'frosted: Disney's Journey From Hans Christian Andersen to 'Frozen' [7:28] A short piece covering Walt Disney's history in translating fairy-tales into animated motion pictures.

Deleted Scenes with Introductions by Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee [6:51] Four unfinished deleted scenes can be accessed, with introductions from the co-directors, with Play All. Or, you can watch them individually: Never Underestimate The Power of Elsa / The Dressing Room / Meet Kristoff 1 / Meet Kristoff 2

Original Teaser Trailer [1080p] [1:32] An Olaf-heavy teaser that evokes the world, but not the story. Definitely feel free to watch this and do NOT worry about spoilers.

Finally, 'Frozen' 3D is quite simply one of the best Disney Princess films ever made. This engaging musical is firmly grounded in its classic Disney roots while blazing a new path. It is also an important display of fully-rounded female characters, balancing heroics and flaws and fears. More than the most refreshing animated surprise of 2013; ‘Frozen’ is a lovingly crafted, wonderfully nuanced dual-princess fairy tale for the modern age. It isn't quite as well-rounded or gender-neutral as Tangled, and it probably shouldn't have defeated Miyazaki's The Wind Rises for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards, but none of that should detract from everything Frozen accomplishes. Disney's Blu-ray release is excellent too... if, that is, you're willing to overlook its terribly anaemic half-hour supplemental package, which offers very little insight into the film's production. Fortunately, perfect video and audio have a way of softening the sting of any disappointment, and the studio's stunning video presentation and outstanding 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio surround track do just that. (And then some.) Not everyone will warm to Frozen's charms, but I suspect those who do, essentially anyone who gives the 70-years-in-the-making animated musical a fair shot, will still be watching the film in twenty years with a new generation of children and grandchildren. This why I am so pleased to add this to my ever increasing Walt Disney Blu-ray Collection and will give me lots of enjoyable 3D animation joy and is well worth viewing again, as there is so much visual treats and I suspect each time I view this Blu-ray, I will see different aspect of this stunning Walt Disney Animation. Very Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Fan
Le Cinema Paradiso
WARE, United Kingdom
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 17 Nov 2014
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this was bought as a Christmas present
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5.0 out of 5 stars beautiful film., 12 Nov 2014
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Im surprised this hasn't worn out yet!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 7 Nov 2014
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love this movie...so does our grandson
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great, 1 Nov 2014
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Lovely film, great price and delivery.
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