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  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy | Musical
  • Release Date: 6 December 2013 (UK)
  • Runtime: 108 min
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  • IMDb page: Frozen (2013) Free Movie Download HD
  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 6,763 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy | Musical
  • Release Date: 6 December 2013 (UK)
  • Runtime: 108 min
  • Gross: $93,933,226 (USA) (29 November 2013)
  • Director: Chris Wedge
  • Stars: Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Christophe Beck   
  • Soundtrack: Let It Go
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat | Dolby Atmos
  • Plot Keyword: Snowman | Troll | Reindeer | Magic | Mountain

Frozen (2013) Writing Credits By:

  • Jennifer Lee (screenplay)
  • Chris Buck (story) and
  • Jennifer Lee (story) and
  • Shane Morris (story)
  • Hans Christian Andersen (inspired by "The Snow Queen" by)

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  • Prince Hans is named after Hans Christian Andersen, a famed and influential Danish fairy tale poet and author of “The Red Shoes”, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Steadfast Tin Soldier”, “The Little Match Girl”, “The Little Mermaid”, and “The Snow Queen”; the last of which the movie is based on. Disney Animation also adapted various Andersen’s fairy tales into animated short or feature-length films: The Little Mermaid (1989), The Little Matchgirl (2006), “The Steadfast Tin Soldier” segment in Fantasia/2000 (1999), the “Ugly Duckling” plot element in Lilo & Stitch (2002), and the title of The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) is derived from that of “The Emperor’s New Clothes”. 11 of 11 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When the gates open during For The First Time in Forever, there’s a cameo of Rapunzel from Tangled with her short brown hair. 10 of 10 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • As pointed out in a message board written by an IMDb user regarding the film, Anna, Hans, and Kristof are all named after Hans Christian Andersen: Prince Hans as in Hans, (Krist)of as in (Christ)ian, and (An)na as in (An)dersen. 11 of 13 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Kristen Bell stated that with this film, she has fulfilled a lifelong dream of voicing an animated character ever since she saw The Little Mermaid (1989) and Aladdin (1992) as a kid. When she was around that same age, she recorded a voice box where she sang a couple of songs from The Little Mermaid, including “Part of Your World”. Her Little Mermaid vocal tracks were part of the reason why she got the part of Anna, as director Jennifer Lee said to her that if she hadn’t recorded her own vocal tracks from Mermaid, it would’ve been very difficult to the find the right one to play Anna. 9 of 12 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Walt Disney Animation Studios attempted several times before to develop Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale “The Snow Queen” into a film in the 2000s but it never worked. They first tried it in 2002, and master animator Glen Keane infamously quit the project, then it was scrapped. “The Snow Queen” was resurfaced again in 2009 and John Lasseter recruited directors Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale (Beauty and the Beast (1991), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)) to helm the project. Producer Don Hahn and writer Linda Woolverton also signed on to the project, alongside Alan Menken and Glenn Slater who were commissioned to write the songs. In 2010, the film was put on hold, rather than be put back in development hell again, as Disney worked out a way on how to make the story work. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Idina Menzel auditioned for the part of Rapunzel in Disney’s previous fairytale, Tangled (2010). Even though Menzel didn’t get the part, a Disney casting director recorded her audition and two years later, it got her the part of Elsa. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Like her Frozen co-star Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell also auditioned for the part of Rapunzel for Tangled (2010). 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The original Danish fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, on which this film is based, is a personal favorite work of Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark Margrethe II. 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • During preproduction on the film, the film’s production, art, lighting, and design leads teams went to Wyoming, Quebec, Canada, and Norway in order to study and gain an appreciation for the environment for the film, such as walking through snow (Wyoming), make observations of how light reflects and refracts on snow and ice (Quebec, Canada), and to gain an inspirational natural look on ice, mountains, water, and other elements needed for the story (Norway). “We had a very short time schedule for this film, so our main focus was really to get the story right but we knew that John Lasseter is keen on truth in the material and creating a believable world, and again that doesn’t mean it’s a realistic world – but a believable one. It was important to see the scope and scale of Norway, and important for our animators to know what it’s like,” Peter Del Vecho, the film’s producer, said. “There is a real feeling of Lawrence of Arabia (1962) scope and scale to this,” he finished. 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Idina Menzel said Frozen (2013) is “a bit of a feminist movie for Disney.” “I’m really proud of that,” Menzel tells Zap2it. “It has everything, but it’s essentially about sisterhood. I think that these two women are competitive with one another, but always trying to protect each other – sisters are just so complicated. It’s such a great relationship to have in movies, especially for young kids.” Kristen Bell said on a similar matter: “I’m really excited to show it to people. I became a part of the kind of movie I wanted to see as a kid,” she said. “I always loved Disney animation, but there was something about the females that was unattainable to me. Their posture was too good and they were too well-spoken, and I feel like I really made this girl [Princess Anna] much more relatable and weirder and scrappier and more excitable and awkward. I’m really proud of that.” 4 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Frozen (2013) Plot: Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna's sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Full summary »  »

Frozen (2013) Story: Anna, a fearless optimist, sets off on an epic journey – teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven – to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. From the outside Anna’s sister, Elsa looks poised, regal and reserved, but in reality, she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret-she was born with the power to create ice and snow. It’s a beautiful ability, but also extremely dangerous. Haunted by the moment her magic nearly killed her younger sister Anna, Elsa has isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers. Her mounting emotions trigger the magic, accidentally setting off an eternal winter that she can’t stop. She fears she’s becoming a monster and that no one, not even her sister, can help her. Written byDeAlan Wilson for


Frozen (2013) Synopsis: In the Kingdom of Arendelle, the King and Queen have two daughters: the elder named Elsa, and the younger, named Anna. Of the two, Elsa is special, as she was born with a power to create snow and ice.

One evening while playing secretly as children, Elsa’s powers discharge, and she ends up hitting Anna with an ice blast, knocking her unconscious. and turning several strands of her hair white. Upon their parents discovering this, they quickly rush to a group of trolls within the kingdom’s mountainous territory.

The troll’s leader named Pabbie, after examining Anna, claims that she can be saved. However, he advises the family that it might be best to not have Elsa use her powers around Anna, and manipulates Anna’s memories so she has no knowledge of her sister’s powers, but remembers the fun times, albeit slightly altered. Pabbie also explains that Elsa’s powers will grow, and can prove a danger if she cannot learn to control them.

The girl’s parents then separate the two, and having no knowledge of what has occurred, Anna is unable to comprehend why her sister is not allowed to play with her. As a further precaution, the two are also kept from leaving the castle.

While Anna’s life is rather normal, Elsa has to contend with her powers growing stronger as she matures. Her father cautions her to wear gloves to keep her powers in check, as well as conceal her feelings, which seem to cause her powers to manifest.

Unfortunately, the girls’ lives are turned upside-down, when their parents are lost at sea. Of the two, Anna is the only one to attend the funeral, and goes to Elsa’s door, pleading for console from her only other family member, but Elsa (sadly) refuses to communicate to Anna.

3 years after the death of their parents, Elsa has come of age, and the castle is in preparations to crown her as the Kingdom’s Queen. Elsa is nervous about opening the doors to the castle and receiving the many guests to the kingdom, while Anna is eager to get out of the castle.

When Elsa gives the order to open the castle doors, Anna eagerly rushes out into the city, and encounters a handsome prince named Hans.

Later on that evening, a dance is held after Elsa’s coronation. The sisters then share their first words face-to-face in many years. At first things appear to be going well, and then Elsa is asked by the Duke of Weselton to dance. Elsa declines, and has Anna go in her place.

After the dance, Anna encounters Hans, and the two go off to talk. Hans tells of how he is the youngest of 13 brothers, but as the two talk further, they both find that they seem to have so much in common. This revelation soon leads to Hans proposing to Anna, and her eagerly agreeing.

Returning to the ballroom, they both ask Elsa to approve of the marriage, but Elsa grows emotional, and claims she will not grant this blessing on her sister. Elsa then requests that the guests leave, setting Anna off on a tirade at her sister, who now not only seems distant emotionally, but also seems intent on keeping her from happiness.

Unable to contain her emotions, Elsa makes a violent sweep with her arm, causing a barrier of sharp icicles to appear. Shocked at the room’s reaction to her powers, Elsa rushes from the room, and across the waters of the kingdom, her feet causing ice to form, allowing her to flee into the far mountains.

Anna calls after her sister, but as she, Hans, and the other guests watch, the waters of the fjords completely ice over, and the air takes on an icy chill.

The Duke of Weselton, feeling that Elsa is an evil sorceress due to the ice and snow forming, wants to hunt her down, but Anna proposes a solution: she will find her sister, and get her to stop the snow and ice. Leaving Hans in charge of the kingdom, she takes off on horseback, as the snow intensifies.

Meanwhile, Elsa has found her way to a high precipice on the Kingdom’s North Mountain. It is here she realizes that far away from what she was taught, being on her own, she can control her powers! She then constructs an elaborate ice palace, changes her confining wardrobe into a shimmering dress, and vows to stay in seclusion, where she feels she can be herself, and harm noone else.

Meanwhile, Anna’s attempts to make it through the snow are hindered, when her horse is spooked, and rushes off. Noticing some smoke nearby, she finds a small trading post, run by a man named Oaken. Luckily, the trading post has winter gear that fits her. As she is about to leave, a mountain man named Kristoff appears, wanting to buy supplies. When the topic turns to the weather, Kristoff claims it seems to be strongest near The North Mountain. However, upon the winter weather causing the prices to go up on the supplies he needs by some 400%, Kristoff and Oaken have an altercation, before Kristoff is thrown out into the snow.

Kristoff and his reindeer Sven take refuge in a barn on Oaken’s property, but are soon met by Anna, who has bought Kristoff’s supplies for him, on condition he takes her up the North Mountain immediately.

Kristoff eventually agrees, and the two head off into the night. As the discussion turns to Anna and her sister, Anna explains about her whirlwind engagement, which causes Kristoff to even question her decision. However, the sled is soon surrounded by wolves, and the group escapes by leaping a chasm, but ends up losing the sled. Kristoff is at first upset that his sled is gone, but is willing to help Anna keep going, worried for her safety. Even so, Anna promises she will replace the sled.

After some time in their wanderings, the two encounter a frosted glen, and a talking snowman named Olaf. However, Anna recognizes Olaf’s design as being similar to one Elsa made when they were young. Anna and Kristoff tell how they want to find Elsa to bring back summer, and Olaf suddenly grows excited, claiming it’s his dream to see what summer is like. The two do not reveal what summer will mean for him, but follow him as he leads them to Elsa’s ice palace.

Meanwhile, Hans has continued to try and provide shelter and help for the Kingdom’s people, when Anna’s horse returns, riderless. Hans quickly asks for volunteers to go off and bring back Anna. The Duke of Weselton also volunteers his two bodyguards, and secretly tells them to take care of Elsa if they should encounter her.

Arriving at the Ice Palace, Anna enters and the two share a conversation, with Anna claiming her sister’s powers are no reason why they should be so distant. However, Elsa flashes back to their childhood, and grows scared, demanding Anna leave.

Elsa retreats to the upper portion of the palace, and Anna follows her, explaining about the "eternal winter" plaguing the kingdom. This causes Elsa to grow even more terrified, and Anna continues to plead with her sister that they can solve this problem together, but Elsa grows so upset at what she has caused, that she unleashes an icy chill, of which a portion strikes Anna in her heart.

Realizing she has hurt her sister again, and wants her gone, she creates an enormous ice creature, that chases Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf out of the castle. After their escape, Kristoff suddenly notices that Anna’s hair has started to turn white. Fearful that she may be injured, Kristoff takes her to his family…who happen to be a group of rock trolls (the same ones that saved Anna many years before). Kristoff claims that as he had no family at a young age, the trolls took him and Sven in.

At first, the trolls are overjoyed to meet Anna, and eagerly believe that she is Kristoff’s girlfriend. However, he tells them that she is injured and needs their assistance. Just as in years before, Pabbie comes forward, and examines Anna, but concludes that being struck by her sister’s powers, has caused her heart to begin to freeze. As he cannot save her, Pabbie tells them that "an act of true love, can melt a frozen heart." Anna quickly tells Kristoff that Hans can surely help, and they take off back for Arrendelle.

Meanwhile, Hans and his party have reached Elsa’s palace. At first menaced by her snowman bodyguard, The Duke’s bodyguards charge into the palace, and corner Elsa. Attempting to kill her with a crossbow, she begs them to leave her alone, but as they continue to attack her, she threatens to kill them, before Hans intervenes. However, one of the bodyguards sends an icy chandelier crashing down, knocking her out.

Elsa then awakens back in Arrendelle, manacled in a prison cell. As she looks out over the frozen kingdom, Hans appears, telling Elsa that Anna has not returned, and pleads with her to stop the winter. Elsa claims she can’t, and must be let go to keep others from being harmed.

Meanwhile, Kristoff and Sven arrive at the castle. Anna’s condition has grown worse, a chill coursing through her, and more of her hair has turned white. Several of the castle staff escort her in, as Kristoff and Sven leave. Eventually, Anna is brought to Hans, and tells him that he has to kiss her in order to save her.

The castle staff in the room quickly leave to give them privacy, and Hans places Anna in a chair…but then reveals that he doesn’t really love her. As Anna shockingly looks at him, Hans explains how being the youngest of 13 brothers, he feels he would have no chance at claiming his family’s throne, and so went looking for a Kingdom he could marry into. Elsa would have been suitable, but no one seemed able to win her over. However, upon finding out about Anna’s naivete, he played her along, intending to marry her, before causing some form of "accident" with her and Elsa, thereby taking the throne.

However, with Anna’s current condition, he plans to simply her her frozen heart overcome her, then kill Elsa, ending the eternal winter. Anna tries to stop Hans, but he extinguishes the fire in the nearby fireplace, before locking her in the room. It is then that Anna collapses, her hair now completely white.

Meanwhile, Hans goes to speak with the Duke of Weselton, and several other dignitaries. He claims that Anna has froze to death, and it is the fault of her sister, who shall be charged with treason for her murder.

The palace guards then go to Elsa’s cell, but are detained when the walls of the cell collapse, and it is shown that Elsa has escaped into the cold.

Meanwhile, far from Arrendelle, Kristoff and Sven are trekking away, when Sven urges Kristoff to go back. Kristoff claims he has no need to, but upon looking at Arrendelle, a mysterious swirling cloud of snow begins to engulf the Kingdom. The two then take off in hot pursuit towards the growing danger.

Meanwhile, Olaf has managed to find Anna in the locked room, and seeing her freezing, quickly lights a fire in the nearby fireplace. Anna then explains to Olaf that Hans wasn’t her true love, and that Olaf should leave or he’ll melt. However, the little snowman claims he will not leave her side until he finds an act of true love that can save her. As they talk, Olaf recalls how Kristoff did so much to try and get her back to save her, when suddenly, a nearby window blows open from the wind outside. Olaf quickly goes to close it, but sees in the distance, Olaf and Sven charging towards them.

This gives Anna hope, in that maybe Kristoff can save her. Olaf then attempts to help her up, but as they make it into the nearby hallway, ice begins to dangerously form, blocking their paths. Going out a nearby window, the two slide down, as Anna attempts to make her way across the icy fjord, with Olaf close behind. However, as the wind picks up, Olaf is blown away, and Anna finds her hands beginning to turn to ice! Even so, she continues to move forward, calling out Kristoff’s name.

Meanwhile, Hans has found Elsa wandering the ice of the fjord. Thinking he’s come for her, Elsa tells him to leave her alone, and take care of Anna, only for Hans to lie, and say that Anna was killed by Elsa’s magic. The pain of this causes Elsa to collapse, the snow in the air suddenly hanging in stillness.

The sudden stopping of the whiteout, causes Kristoff to see Anna, and he quickly runs to her, but as Anna looks around, she sees Hans about to stab Elsa. Even with her own life at stake, Anna rushes in front of Hans, blocking the knife. As she does so, the curse finally consumes her, turning her into a statue of ice, and shattering Hans’ blade.

This causes Elsa to turn around, and upon seeing her sister turned to ice, she breaks down in tears, hugging her sister, saddened that she has lost Anna. Noone is sure what to say, when suddenly, Anna’s icy form begins to dissipate, and she returns to normal! Apparently, Anna broke her own spell, with saving her sister (an act of true love).

It is then that Elsa realizes what can end the winter: love. And with this realization, she dissipates the ice and snow, and summer returns to the kingdom. Olaf is also found, and Elsa forms a small "flurry" above his head, which keeps him able to survive the warmth of the summer heat.

In the aftermath, Hans is taken back to his kingdom by another of the royal guests, who claim they will see he is punished for his crimes against the royal family of Arrendelle. Meanwhile, the Duke of Weselton is still as hotheaded as ever, and given his attitude, it is decreed that trade between Arrendelle and Weselton shall be severed.

Meanwhile, Anna has made good on her promise, and replaced Kristoff’s sled, as well as made him the castle’s official ice deliverer. Kristoff is so grateful that he kisses her.

Having also come to grips that her powers are a blessing and not a curse, Elsa uses them to create a wintry spectacle in the summer sky, and turns the main grounds of the castle into an ice rink, where she informs Anna that the gates to the castle will never be closed again. With the village’s people in attendance, the sisters then begin to skate around the ice rink, happy in the fact that they are finally back together again.


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  • Peter Del Vecho known as producer
  • John Lasseter known as executive producer
  • Aimee Scribner known as associate producer

Frozen (2013) Free Full Movie Watch Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Kristen Bell known as Anna (voice)
  • Idina Menzel known as Elsa (voice)
  • Jonathan Groff known as Kristoff (voice)
  • Josh Gad known as Olaf (voice)
  • Santino Fontana known as Hans (voice)
  • Alan Tudyk known as Duke (voice)
  • Ciarán Hinds known as Pabbie / Grandpa (voice)
  • Chris Williams known as Oaken (voice)
  • Stephen J. Anderson known as Kai (voice)
  • Maia Wilson known as Bulda (voice)
  • Edie McClurg known as Gerda (voice)
  • Robert Pine known as Bishop (voice)
  • Maurice LaMarche known as King (voice)
  • Livvy Stubenrauch known as Young Anna (voice)
  • Eva Bella known as Young Elsa (voice)
  • Spencer Lacey Ganus known as Teen Elsa (voice) (as Spencer Ganus)
  • Jesse Corti known as Spanish Dignitary (voice)
  • Jeffrey Marcus known as German Dignitary (voice)
  • Tucker Gilmore known as Irish Dignitary (voice)
  • Ava Acres known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Stephen Apostolina known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Annaleigh Ashford known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Kirk Baily known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jenica Bergere known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • David Boat known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Paul Briggs known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Tyree Brown known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Woody Buck known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • June Christopher known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Lewis Cleale known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Wendy Cutler known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Terri Douglas known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Eddie Frierson known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jean Gilpin known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jackie Gonneau known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Nicholas Guest known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Bridget Hoffman known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Nick Jameson known as Additional Voices (voice)
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  • John Lavelle known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jennifer Lee known as Additional Voices (voice)
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  • Annie Lopez known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Katie Lowes known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Mona Marshall known as Additional Voices (voice)
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  • Scott Menville known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Adam Overett known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Paul Pape known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Courtney Peldon known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jennifer Perry known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Raymond S. Persi known as Additional Voices (voice)
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  • Lynwood Robinson known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Carter Sand known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Jadon Sand known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Katie Silverman known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Pepper Sweeney known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Fred Tatasciore known as Marshmallow / Additional Voices (voice)
  • Benjamin Schrader known as Troll (voice) (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Frozen (2013) Art Department:
  • Paul Briggs known as head of story
  • Michael Giaimo known as visual development
  • Julia Kalantarova known as concept artist
  • Julia Kalantarova known as visual development
  • Lisa Keene known as assistant art director
  • Brittney Lee known as visual development artist
  • Jang Chol Lee known as matte painter
  • Normand Lemay known as storyboard artist
  • Eric Provan known as modeler




Frozen (2013) Free Full Movie Watch Online Production Companies:

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Frozen (2013) Free Full Movie Watch Online Visual Effects by:
  • Mir Z. Ali known as visual effects artist: Disney Animation Studios
  • Michael R.W. Anderson known as stereo artist
  • Sal Arditti known as senior lighting and compositing artist
  • Audrey Bagley known as look development artist
  • Jason Barlow known as lighting artist
  • Bob Bennett known as visual effects artist
  • Jan Berger known as character technical director
  • Corey Butler known as senior lighting and compositing artist
  • Jesus Canal known as character technical director
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  • Dexter Cheng known as lighting technical director
  • Stella Hsin-Huei Cheng known as technical director
  • Jeremy Chinn known as title designer
  • Jeff Chung known as senior lighting and compositing artist
  • Kay Cloud known as generalist td
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  • Mark Empey known as technical animation supervisor
  • Sean A. Flynn known as assistant technical director
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  • Logan Gloor known as lighting artist
  • Steve Goldberg known as visual effects supervisor
  • Mauricio Gómez Aguiñaga known as assistant technical director
  • Brien Hindman known as modeler
  • Kelsey Hurley known as assistant technical director
  • Katherine Ipjian known as lighting artist
  • Arthur Jeppe known as senior lighting and compositing artist
  • Jongo known as lighting artist
  • Mohit Kallianpur known as lighting supervisor
  • Blaine Kennison known as lighting artist
  • MacDuff Knox known as lighting artist
  • Lauren Kramer known as stereoscopic artist
  • Jon Krummel known as environment modeling supervisor
  • Daniel Kruse known as digital lighter: Walt Disney Animation Studios
  • Kevin Lee known as layout artist
  • Roger Lee known as lighting and compositing artist
  • Dale Mayeda known as effects supervisor
  • Robert L. Miles known as lighting supervisor
  • Jonathan Fletcher Moore known as lighting artist
  • Chris Nabholz known as senior lighting and compositing artist
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  • Stephen Null known as lighting and compositing artist
  • Chris Patrick O'Connell known as cg modeler
  • Florian Perret known as modeler
  • Blair Pierpont known as visual effects artist
  • Ellen Poon known as lighting & compositing artist
  • Winston Quitasol known as senior lighter
  • Katherine Reihman known as lighting artist
  • Vanessa Salas Castillo known as stereo artist
  • Amol Sathe known as lighting supervisor
  • Darren Simpson known as stereoscopic artist
  • Josh Staub known as lighting supervisor
  • John Truong known as character technical director
  • Katie Tucker-Fico known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Shweta Viswanathan known as technical director
  • Zhang Xiao known as visual effects artist
  • Farid K. Yazami known as lighting & compositing (as Farid Khadiri-Yazami)
  • Walter Yoder known as technical animator
  • Jaehyun Yoo known as fx artist
  • Diana J. Zeng known as lighting artist

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  1. fyeroledezma from United States
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    A lot of people criticize Frozen for what it isn't. Their preferredsetting, cast, etc. Not for what it is. It is an incredibly touchingstory with fantastic music, score, script and performances by Menzeland Bell we haven't heard in a long time. I took 117 nieces and nephewsages 18 months to 14 and not once did any of them get up to ' go to thebathroom' or get more snacks. Boys, girls were both drawn to the filmthe whole time. The younger kids responded more to Olaf than thethematics of it all.

    The story centers more on the sisters relationship than a romantic oneand has a great message. I would recommend this to any family or Disneyfan.

    You will be singing the songs over and over.

  2. CarrieJa from United States
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    When people speak of their favorite Disney movies, the big four of theRenaissance and films of the Golden Age of animation are likely to bementioned. The past decade has seen Disney movies that were hit ormiss. Some considered classics, some forgotten and some close to beingclassics but not there yet. Frozen changes this dynamic and creates afull fledged classic. Frozen IS not just a classic, it is THE Disneyclassic of the decade. It could position itself up there with the bestof them. Disney returns to its roots with a vengeance. The bestanimated film of the past few years in my opinion.

    The story is heart melting, filled with the pure feeling and heart thathas become a staple with the best Disney movies. It is a moving storythat has family at its center. It is unpretentious in what it is tryingto portray. The comedy hits right on the mark and the action packedadventure and thrilling journey make this a tale with a little bit ofeverything in the exact right amounts. It is a daring movie that islaugh out loud at the some moments and stunning and provoking atothers. All achieved in balance. A true triumph in story telling thatproves exactly what Disney does best and again proving that they areback to producing top quality films. This is an affecting human story,one that is significant.

    Startling and stunning, beautifully envisioned, emotionally powerfuland relevant. Gorgeous visuals, stunning backdrops and intricacies likeyou have never seen before. The environments, the costumes, thecharacter movements among other things make this film a gigantic stepforward. The brilliant voice talents that breath life into this projectneed to be applauded and then some. The cast consisting of Kristen bell(Veronica Mars) and Idina Menzel(Wicked!)among many others bringwinning charm, superior voice acting and magnificent vocals as well asheart to this tale. The sensational wit and humor, the arrays ofdifferent personalities, their emotions, their triumphs and falls makethem some of the most interesting characters that people can relate toand some of the best i have seen in animation. The cast fully becomethe characters.

    The score and music is perfect. The score is grand. The sound, thetexture, the harmony, the melody is in a class of its own. Above andbeyond anything attempted by the animation studio in the past decade. Iwould place the songs up there with those of the 90's movies and 2000'sEnchanted. A true all round musical triumph. Songs that will be stuckin your mind and you will be humming them and you won't even know it.And some you will be belting out at the top of your lungs because theyare that good. Songs that progress the story and an essential part ofit.

    So you have meticulously crafted breath taking animation, an affectingtale of the bond of family, romance, hilarious wit and humor courtesyof the characters especially sweet Olaf and heart stopping adventure. Atrue fairy tale that i would say could very well be The Little Mermaidor The Beauty and The Beast of this generation.

    FROZEN has that Disney MAGIC that has been missing for so long and itcomes in full force here.

  3. (
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    Visually, Frozen is perfect. Absolutely perfect. One of the moststunning works of animation I've ever seen. The equal of Disney's best.

    From the settings to the character animation, it simply couldn't bebetter, and many scenes in the film could never have been captured witheven the finest 2D animation as effectively as they were in CGI.

    The Norwegian influences were wonderful and greatly deepened the story,creating a rich and convincing and believable, organic world that wasfascinating in its touches of folklore and historicity.

    Having said that, the movie is at times a bit frustrating, due to itsmany missed opportunities.

    In creating Elsa, Disney devised the most complex and unique princessin its history. As a character, she is the most conflicted andfascinating since Prince Adam (the Beast), in Beauty and the Beast. Andno princess has ever suffered as much as Elsa does. She may not havebeen physically cursed, as was the Beast, but her life is every bit astortured and isolated; indeed, more so, because the Beast only hurtshimself, but Elsa has to live knowing that she once hurt her ownsister.

    It was a huge missed opportunity on the part of Frozen not to give Elsaa love story. Nothing in the world could have been more beautiful thanif this character, who spends a lifetime (not to mention most of themovie) utterly alone, would have finally found romantic love. It couldhave been "the most beautiful love story ever told," if a prince hadfinally begun to see past her dangerous side, helped her realize hergoodness of heart, and shown her the romantic love that she's beendenied her whole life (which, at the age of 21, would be an achinglonging for her indeed).

    Not every princess needs a prince, of course. Many princesses are finewithout them, and frankly, I don't see why Anna needed not just one buttwo romances, where her sister got none. Anna's storyline could havesufficed in learning that love at first sight isn't always true. Shehardly needed to experience yet another, "successful" romance the verynext day, which practically undercut the first message (one day is tooshort to love someone, but two days is okay?).

    But Elsa's case is unique. In her case, it would have been so beautifulto have seen her find romantic love, because of how tragically isolatedshe has been her whole life.

    And the sister story wouldn't have suffered, because after all, Annahas her two romances AND achieves sisterly reconciliation as well, soElsa could have experienced both forms of love too; indeed, in Elsa'scase, it would have been much more meaningful, because she's beendeprived of love her whole life and never thought that she could everhave a husband and family, due to her ice magic.

    Apart from that, the film missed another opportunity by showing us solittle of Elsa's heart. Much more of the film could have taken placeinside the ice palace, where Elsa could have disclosed her heart to asidekick of some kind, either serious or comical or both – and betterstill, a sidekick that SHE HERSELF COULD HAVE CREATED. That has neverbefore been done in a Disney movie, a princess creating her ownsidekick, and Elsa's interactions with her sidekick or sidekicks couldhave been as moving and memorable as the Beast's interactions with hiscursed household, which are some of the most powerful scenes in Beautyand the Beast.

    More scenes of Elsa as an "artist of ice and snow" would have beenbeautiful as well, and more of her ice-magic casting would have beenthrilling to see. And the scenes that do appear, such as her "Don'tfeel. Don't feel" scene, when her ice palace turns red, could have beenturned into a second song.

    Those are just some of the film's missed opportunities, all having todo with not capitalizing on the film's most exciting character.

    Don't get me wrong. I love what the film does show us. Even with thescenes we do see, Elsa is amazing, and as I said, Disney's finestcharacter, ever. I just wish that there had been more of her. Theroad-trip side of the story, which takes up so much of the runningtime, just doesn't seem as interesting. It's been done before, andfrankly better, with better action and characters.

    But as I said, I think the animation is top-notch, and the performancesthat the animators gave to the characters, especially Elsa, areincredibly convincing. You believe in every emotion that's on screen,and nothing seems fake or cartoonish, except for the questionable twistending.

    Frozen is wonderful as it is, and along with Tangled, is one ofDisney's two best films since The Lion King. But with just a differentemphasis on the most interesting characters and an even more joyousending, with Elsa more richly rewarded for all the suffering that shegoes through, it could have been even greater.

  4. sadie-harring from United States
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    This is a huge movie, seriously huge. You can tell the Disney animationstudio really put mountains of effort and it shows they're firing fromall cylinders now. Music and awesome sisterhood story separate thisfrom many animation offerings of the past. Also the computer generatedanimation is really cool, pun intended. The quality is top. I have asister and so i felt this deep connection to this feature. I won't liei was moved to tears. I ended up visiting my sis and giving her a hugehug which totally caught her off guard. I am really happy to see amovie that can connect worldwide and with something so simple andprofound and that is sibling bond and its special quality isdemonstrated really amazingly and with a lot of tenderness. I have beensinging part of your world and reflection for years and i feel that letit go and most songs i will be singing for years to come. It was newand yet nostalgic and took me back to my childhood years and recreatedthe spirit of the movies i adored tenfold. It has something foreveryone and that is why i loved it so much. Everything from action andromance and comedy and fantasy and not forgetting the tears. Manymovies from Disney are always uplifting and this one was even more soand that made this a very special experience.

  5. Gordon Craft from United States
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    This show is incredible. The graphics for this is amazing, they put alot of effort of the characters and the music. The music is wonderful.This show is very good especially for young kids as they love fairytales such as this. I recommend this show for all young kids and all ofthose fan of Disney. The director really pick the right voice of Annaand Elsa. This show also is good as they tell how two sisters copewhile one them is so much different then a human as she has a powerfulmagic that can turn things to ice and snow. Elsa is by far theinteresting character compared toAnna……………………………That's all of my review

  6. hesslop39 from Hollywood, CA
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    The last time Disney adapted a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale, wegot one of my favorite films, The Little Mermaid. Now, we have a moviethat has very much the same feel as Mermaid. Frozen feels like it couldfit right in with the Disney movies of the late 80's/early 90's, likeThe Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King. The musicis great, and I left singing it; the lead characters are very likable,with memorable sidekicks; and there are even surprises, things youwould never expect to see in a Disney animated film! This is myfavorite movie of the year so far, and may even be my favorite movie inyears. I highly recommend this one!

  7. karsten_nord
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    (No overt spoilers below, but a few allusions to the developments atthe end of the movie.)

    There are many things I like about this film, and several things Ididn't.

    I loved the Nordic setting and the historically accurate Europeanambiance. The truth is, fairy-tale films work best when they're set inthe land that gave birth to them (Europe) and when they're recognizablyhistoric looking, in terms of architecture, settings, and demographics,as is this one.

    The visuals are spectacular. It's one of the most beautiful films tolook at that I've ever seen. The characters are likewise veryattractive, with Elsa in particular being one of Disney's mostbeautiful princesses ever.

    Elsa is an excellent character, extremely fascinating and original –so much so that she should have been the main protagonist. Disney hasmade princess movies around much less interesting characters in thepast, so this time, when they finally came up with a character who isso incredibly complex and sympathetic, the film should definitely havefocused on her. And after her years of solitude, it should certainlyhave given her a love story, like a gender-flipped version of Beautyand the Beast, with Elsa in the role of the quasi-Beast who is redeemedby the love of a warm-hearted man. It should have saved the sisterstory for a different project. Giving Anna a love story instead of Elsaseems painfully unbalanced, especially given that Elsa suffers years oftragic isolation and has to inhibit her emotions, while Anna is merelylonely.

    I didn't like Anna, who is yet another example of the feisty,aggressive tomboys who lately seem to be the leads in nearly everymovie in this genre (Rapunzel somewhat excepted). Characters like herare becoming terribly clichéd, which makes it hard to empathize withAnna. Also, I didn't really see her problem as being that acute,relatively speaking: so she's been alone a lot in her life. So what?She can't read books? Sneak out of the castle? Get some fresh air?There are worse problems to have — like her sister's plight, forexample, which rivals that of the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera inmaking Elsa a truly tragic figure.

    Kristoff could have been a much more interesting character, if therehad been more of an edge to his personality. Most of the time, he justseems like a tag-along to Anna with little purpose in the story. He istoo easygoing to be a craggy loner type and too light-hearted to be arogue. Just seems like an ordinary nice guy.

    Too much of the film constitutes yet another road-trip movie, withKristoff and Anna being a far less interesting and far less likablepair than Flynn and Rapunzel.

    Instead of this, more of the film should have taken place in the icepalace that Elsa creates, which is a spectacular creation, easily asinteresting as the Beast's castle in Beauty and the Beast, and more ofthe storyline should have involved Elsa and her plight.

    Hans could have been a great character, and even as the movie stands,he has some terrific moments in the middle of the film, but thestoryline ultimately ruins him.

    Marshmallow is a thrilling and powerful film presence. Olaf istolerable. The trolls are excruciatingly unfunny and out of place.

    The movie has its share of twists, one of which – the big one – seemspainfully contrived and unpersuasive.

    The ending is kind of weak and lacks the joy that you usually feel inDisney films, when a romantic couple gets together.

    The songs are likewise a mixed bag, ranging from the excellent (Let ItGo, Frozen Heart, For the First Time in Forever) to the mundane (FixerUpper, In Summer, Love is an Open Door) There's a lot to love in thismovie, no doubt about it, and it's worth seeing for Elsa alone, as wella for Marshmallow, Arendelle, the culture, the landscapes, the visuals,and at least in the middle part, for the character of Hans.

    All in all, it's probably a bit better than Tangled, and both this andTangled are indeed Disney's best movies since The Lion King. But itcould have been an even more powerful and timeless movie if it had beenblemished by fewer of its grating, modern touches and if it had devotedmore of its storyline to its finest character, Elsa.

  8. Mek Torres from Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    Walt Disney Animation gives Hans Christian Andersen's story, "The SnowQueen", their own take by rather telling it as a traditional Disneyprincess movie, since it's probably too difficult for the originalstory to a have a faithful film adaptation. The film, like any of thegenre's classics, is purely delightful and undeniably heartwarming.Putting all of its traditional elements is no doubt its best feat. It'sprobably a little too swift and somewhat predictable, but it alwayshits at the right heart and it really felt genuine. Frozen is gettingthere as one of Disney's classics, but despite of some flaws, it'sdifficult to not love the film overall.

    The major part of the story that has changed is it's now about arelationship of two sisters. It's an interesting choice for the plot,providing more themes to fit to the other. There is a sense that itmight break some grounds to the usual form of the genre, though halfwaythrough the film somewhat follows the same mold, which there's thetypical fairy tale question about what true love really is, buteventually it manages to deliver something much clever in the end.Instead of fulfilling romantic dreams, it rather acknowledges howpowerful real love can bring. It's sometimes a bit obvious, but thatcertain kind of heart feels quite sincere and it triumphs for it.Whatever else is left about the storytelling is it needs to work moreon its pacing. It seems too quick, though animated movies have alwaysbeen into faster pace, but this one palpably doesn't have enough timefor breathing unless it importantly needed to. It's a very minor thingto complain about, but it's hard to avoid noticing it.

    One thing that it never fails recapturing is definitely the traditionalmagic. All the things you loved are right here!: great characters,adventurous tone, and magnificent musical numbers.The film benefits byits cast: Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel are both admirable as Anna andElsa, while the rest are also full of personality. What brings it tothe table even more are the songs. There is a sense of Broadway indeed,blending it with its wondrous animation makes it more captivating. Themost memorable among is the "Let It Go" scene that brings a lot ofimpact, it's easily the best of its musical set pieces, giving a grandscale of bombast and emotion. The rest of the plot are just comedy andaction, but the film has a better core which made these parts the leastof what we should talk about.

    There's plenty of magic and heart to be found in Frozen, in spite of aslight mess through the storytelling. As an adaptation, it is able tobe inventive, otherwise it's simply a lovely fairy tale movie that hasthe charm of the old Disney classics, but really, it's not in thoseheights yet. It's just a reminder that these movies can still wake upour inner child no matter what age we're in. I mean, why doubtquality?; rich setting, compelling characters, and all. Having thesekinds of cinematic experience always feels like a rewarding treat.There are also remarkable songs that are worth listening within itsvisual splendor. And so, Frozen turns out to be as spectacular as wewanted to be.

  9. Diego Echeverria from Boston, MA
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    Frozen is a blast of a movie with hilarious moments, dark meaning andemotional message. You will cry, laugh and feel amazing after watchingthis Oscar deserving movie. With some of the best spontaneous singingI've seen in Disney, this musical movie is also a pleasure to yourmouse ears. This is probably the best animated movie I've seen thisyear, simply marvelous and excellent. The Disney familiar concepts oflove and bravery are demonstrated, as well as kindness, determination,the horrors of your fears and stress and the meaning of "true love".This movie is guaranteed to make you crack as smile with the hilariouslittle snowman called "Olaf", who is probably my favorite character inthe movie. A bit darker than most Disney films, it will also touch andamuse even teenagers. This movie has the same kind of humor as the lastmovie from these creators, Wreck-it Ralph (which is also one of myDisney favorites, explaining why I love this one). Disney really overdid themselves with this one!

  10. lindsaymaielli from United States
    03 Dec 2013, 11:07 pm

    I thought that Disney's "Frozen" was wonderfully done. The centralmessage was that of love, family, and self-sacrifice- which waspleasantly original and if I might add, needed these days. There aresome sad/touching parts that might make you tear up a bit- especiallyif you have sister- and you may want to read up on before taking thekids. It wasn't nearly as scary as "Tangled" and the humor was funnyand appropriate (the occasional "butt" is said). The CG effects withthe ice were really cool too. The music was weak compared to the olderDisney classics but I must say better than the other recentDisney/Pixar films. A must-see for the family!

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