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Transcript of Frozen
A humble person
Cares for her sister
Doesn't understand why she never saw her sister when she was growing up
Cursed with cryokinetic powers
Runs away from Anna
Why is Frozen so popular?
Frozen is bigger than Lion King
Olaf the talking snowman
Snowman that Elsa and Anna made together when they were children on the night that Anna lost her memory of Elsa's powers.
Returns and is alive after Elsa disappears after the party of her becoming Queen
Helps Anna and Kristoff find Elsa and save Arendelle
Kristoff and Sven
Kristoff and Sven have been together since they were little
They run into Anna when she is on her way to find her sister
They help Anna find Elsa and then try to save Anna's life
Only Disney movie to object to princess marrying a man she just met
After becoming queen
After letting go of the control
Elsa and Anna the center.
Why is it rated PG and not G?
It's about two sister princesses
In the Scandinavian kingdom of Arendelle whose relationship is tested when their parents die in a tragic accident
Mostly, though, it's about the transformative powers of true love, of both the sisterly and romantic kind.
There's a special place in the hear for wisecracking candlesticks, singing crustaceans, and lion cubs growing up to be mighty kings. It's a place where nostalgia is kept, where a warm feeling swells at the thought of things that we used to love, that used to be great.
Disney struggled to adapt its magic to a new tech-savvy age like Pixar has done.
With Toy Story and Finding Nemo, Pixar has passed Disney
But now Disney is has excelled to newer heights with Frozen hitting theaters on Thanksgiving
Continues to progress through the holidays and still going
Violence: Short film preceding this movie features frequent cartoon violence such as:
mean-spirited bullying, pitchforks and other common objects used as weapons.
Brief moments of peril are included in the movie.
A child is scared after being left alone in her room.
Parents die at sea. Wolves chase and attack two travelers.
Characters are impaled, attacked by a huge snow monster, and fall from a cliff. Characters shoot at a person with a crossbow.
A character falls under a magical spell.
A girl punches a man in the face.
Characters fall on top of each other by accident.
A woman wears an off-the-shoulder dress with a high slit.
A character takes off clothes in non-sexual context.
Language: Some crude comments and name-calling are heard.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Drinks are served at a social event.
A woman is accused of sorcery.
A reindeer sticks his tongue to cold object.
Some rude bathroom humor is used.
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