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Frozen Blu-Ray Review

The success of Disney’s animated behemoth Frozen is something that was hard to imagine last November. The studio had not put a lot behind the film’s marketing campaign (save a misleading trailer that focused on comic relief characters Sven and Olaf) and sandwiched the release between two major box office guarantees, the sequels to The Hunger Games and The Hobbit. But, audiences of young girls and their parents could not get enough of the touching story of two sisters, as well as the delightful musical numbers. (We really need to let it go with all of the “Let It Go” videos online.) Word-of-mouth quickly spread and at the time of the film’s Blu-Ray and DVD release, it still lingers in the lower part of the weekend box office Top 10 – 16 weeks after it opened. Also, the film is the biggest animated hit in Disney’s history, internationally (although
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Disney Blu-ray Round-up: ‘Frozen’

Frozen is one of the highest-grossing animated films of all time, raking in over $1 billion worldwide in barely 4 months. If you ignore inflation or re-releases, it is the highest-grossing film from Walt Disney Animation Studios ever. A few weeks ago, it became the first of Disney’s (not Pixar’s) animated features to win the Best Animated Feature Oscar since that category’s inception in 2001. And you can’t go far online without finding a video of someone singing its Oscar-winning anthem “Let It Go.” Hell, you can watch a video of people singing it in multiple languages, one which has racked up hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and the like. Thus, it’s not wrong to say that Frozen has become a sensation the likes of which we haven’t seen from Disney’s animation arm since the heyday of their Renaissance period in the early 1990s.
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Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Release: Frozen

Digital Release Date: Feb. 25, 2014, Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: March 18, 2014

Price: DVD $29.99, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $44.99

Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

Not to be confused with the 2010 disaster movie, Disney’s Frozen is an animated winter romp.

The movie tells the story of Anna (Kristen Bell, The Lifeguard), a fearless optimist who teams up with mountain man Kristoff (Jonathan Groff, TV’s Glee) to save their kingdom. Arendelle has been trapped in eternal winter by Elsa (Idina Menzel, Enchanted), Anna’s sister, who has icy powers and isn’t afraid to use them.

In their journey, Anna and Kristoff, along with loyal reindeer Sven and a snowman called Olaf (Josh Gad, Thanks for Sharing), face Everest-like conditions and mystical trolls to save the day.

Written by Jennifer Lee (Wreck-It Ralph) and directed by Lee and Chris Buck (Tarzan), Frozen also features the voices of Santino Fontana (The Importance of Being Earnest
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