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Walt Disney Animation Studios presents the musical "The Princess and the Frog," an animated comedy set in the great city of New Orleans. From the creators of "The Little Mermaid" and "Aladdin" comes a modern twist on a classic tale, featuring a beautiful girl named Tiana, a frog prince who desperately wants to be human again, and a fateful kiss that leads them both on a hilarious adventure through the mystical bayous of Louisiana.

Starring:
Jenifer Lewis, Anika Noni Rose
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Product Details

Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 35 minutes
Starring Jenifer Lewis, Anika Noni Rose, Keith David, Ritchie Montgomery, Bruno Campos, John Goodman, Jennifer Cody
Director John Musker, Ron Clements
Studio WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 21 June 2010
Main languages English
Dubbing Spanish
Subtitles Spanish, English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 35 minutes
Starring Jenifer Lewis, Anika Noni Rose, Keith David, Ritchie Montgomery, Bruno Campos, John Goodman, Jennifer Cody
Director John Musker, Ron Clements
Studio WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 21 June 2010
Main languages English
Dubbing Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese
Subtitles Dutch, Spanish, English, Portuguese
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: DVD
The last Disney Princess to be introduced was in the mid 90s. Soon after this time it started to feel like Disney had lost some of their magic. They started to put out a lot of rather average animated films and unoriginal, uninspiring sequels (The Little Mermaid II: Return to The Sea, Cinderella III: A Twist In Time, Beauty & The Beast: Belle's Magical World etc). A lot of adults had given up hope and most children had turned to CGI films. So when it was announced that Disney were going to release a new animated film and introduce a new princess in 2010 the world knew they needed to pull something special out the bag.

In February 2010 I took my daughter to see The Princess & The Frog at the cinema (we have since also purchased the DVD). I was left with one big question - who loved it more, me or my 4 year old!? The story, the characters, the animation, the songs - all spot on.

Let's start with the story. The story was so much different to what I expected - I expected to sit through 97 minutes of the popular fairytale 'The Frog Prince' (Princess kisses the frog and he turns into a handsome prince. The end) but boy, was I wrong! It wasn't a predictable storyline, even for adults, and had twists and turns all the way through. There was plenty of suspense, plenty of laughs and plenty of emotional scenes - the only way Disney know how!

The film includes 7 original songs. It had been a long time since I had seen a new Disney film (or any kids film for that matter, with the exception of Enchanted) with singing and dancing in it, so this was quite a treat. Many of the songs were a mixture of jazz, blues and zydeco and were really catchy (I saw more than a few toes tapping in the cinema!) - they really captured the mood of the film perfectly.
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Format: DVD
I thought this film was excellent and had been looking forward to taking my three and a half year old for weeks! Visually, the film was 'old school' animation but included some psychadelic sequences which were impressive. The voodoo character and the spirits he conjours are spooky and my daughter was a bit scared of them but not enough for me to be worried - and they weren't in the film that much.
The princess character was in frog form for the majority of the film which led to my daughter asking on several occasions when she was going to be human again, but it was kind of the point of the film - looks aren't everything.
The supporting characters were brilliant - Charlotte the spoilt but sweet rich girl, Louis the jazz-loving alligator and Ray the lovesick firefly. I particularly loved Mama Odie who wasn't in it enough for me. There were several laugh-out-loud moments and it was quite fast-paced so neither of us got restless.
It was good to see a black lead character (even though she was actually green for most of the film) and great to have a princess who's feisty and independent rather than a victim waiting to be rescued - a much better role model for young girls, I think. Overall it was a fantastic film and I can't wait for it to come out on DVD.
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A very under rated film. The songs are very sing song worthy and there's a clear message of living life for life and not material things. It does have some scarey scenes with the baddie casting voodoo type of spells and his ultimate demise and one of the lovable main characters dies, so please bare this in mind when considering buying this for a child (take their personality into consideration). The princess is feisty and independent.
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Format: DVD
Don't know why this film isn't more celebrated - easily as good as Beauty&Beast. Loved the ethic (wish on a star + hard work = success), the drawings & colours (especially the voodoo spirit things), but most of all the music (jazz/blues with a bit of boogaloo). Personally, I didn't think the voodoo-master was any more scary than any wicked witch in any Disney film - though interestingly he isn't defeated by the hero's goodness, but by his own even more evil masters.

Have a sneaky suspicion that the reason it didn't hit the big time is because the heroine is black, which is plain wrong. Absolutely top class film.
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By GratuitousViolets TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Mar. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
My Thoughts: It's been a good long while since Disney released a movie that gave me the feeling that the old classic Disney films used to give (Beauty & The Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, etc). Disney films defined my childhood and were the pride of my collection, and it's always nice to go back to them again and feel somewhat nostalgic and be reminded of better days. Disney has sucked alot of heart and soul out of their movies for celebrity voices, catchy but meaningless soundtracks and over-done albeit impressive visuals.

What Disney has done here is they have taken a step backwards from computer graphics, too-well known celebrity voices and modernistic soundtracks and have released something that is breathtaking, and incredibly reminiscent of the period in the eighties and the ninties when they were producing some truly amazing stuff. The setting of a jazz-aged Big Easy is brought to life by colourful and exaggerated (not realistic) animation, the hamminess is there, the sweet theatre soundtracks, the classic love story with some absolutely hysterical hilarity thrown in for good meaure. I just really can't fault this film. It reminds me of the days when Disney was producing films like Aladdin and Beauty & the Beast, etc. This is an instant classic, and I would advise to buy before Disney takes it upon themselves to dump it into that annoying "vault" of theirs (their desperation to keep us paying ridiculous sums of money for films that have been out for decades, in otherwords).

The Plot: A low-working class waitress known as Tiana is desperate to make her dream (and her father's dream) come alive by intending to buy a restaurant, and is thoroughly determined to work every hour God sends with in order to do so.
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