First off, I love my brother and sisters deeply, can’t conceive a world without them! And not because I just saw Frozen but every day ….
Frozen, quite surprising.
I was mostly curious about the Oscar-winning song, but, to be honest, it was the film that left me thinking if the movie I just saw was Disney, a decent try to step out of the box non the less.
I enjoyed it maybe close to the way I enjoyed old Pixar, and that is a good thing. I also liked the proposed target audience, not for kids only (I know some children hated the snow monster).
It was close to Brave, in terms of portraying family values, upbringing and how to build strong personalities, again… none of that is a bad thing.
The song is pretty cool yes, the film is ok, funny and entertaining… the average for the genre, at least there’s effort to bring something to the table.
But I wonder when will an animated film be as revolutionary and creative that just adults can go and see it “sans kids” (and I am talking about decent animations not the R rated type) something like Studio Gigli, or Toy Story, UP or Wall. E. Dont we miss those kind of films? I kind of do.
I will refer to my imaginary rating system and give it an: OK you are just fine!