Who’s excited to see Disney’s newest animated feature film Frozen?
We LOVE great animated movies in our house so we were all very excited to get to see Frozen a week early at a special sneak preview in Seattle.
I am going to start by saying that I give this movie 2 thumbs up and then some before I even start to tell you about it. I LOVED Frozen so much, and think it is a MUST SEE movie especially for families and lovers of animated film. Here are a few of my reasons why:
- Frozen in 3D is amazing. The animation is breathtaking, seriously. It was made for 3D with sweeping vistas of snow-filled lands and intricate ice-sculptured scenery. My kids kept reaching out to “touch” the snow as it visually floated toward us. Plus, there was an absolutely incredible 3D Mickey Mouse short film before the movie. I’ve never seen 3D quite like it before. The characters literally jumped out into the theater, flowing from black & white to color. I must tell you that Ellie was a little scared by the Mickey short because it really looked like the characters were coming out at us. She’s pretty afraid of giant costumed characters anywhere we go.
- Frozen is not the typical “Princess Story”. It may seem that way at first but I promise you, it is not. We’re talking girl-power and a message of love and…well I don’t want to spoil it so I won’t go on.
- Olaf the snowman is absolutely hysterical. Such a well-written character. We laughed a lot.
- My 3-year-old Ellie was mesmerized. She did not move a muscle the entire time except to slip on my lap at one point. She danced and laughed, and asked the very next morning if we could go see Frozen again. I call that a win, because honestly I’d love to see it again too.
- Even my husband John loved it. He was pleasantly surprised by the turn of events and thought the characters were very well written and entertaining.
Now Ronin was very tired after a long day of school. We saw the movie at 7pm (his bedtime is typically 8pm) so he got tired and fidgety. But I don’t thinks its because he didn’t enjoy it. We truly enjoyed Frozen and hope you get a chance to see it too.
I also wanted to share some fun activity sheets provided by Disney for your kids. My kids have really enjoyed them!
“Spot the Difference” Sheet. Print it here: Frozen Spot the Difference [Download Now]
FROZEN Character Coloring Sheets to Print:
Elsa Coloring Sheet [Download Now] (seen below)
FROZEN Mazes to Print:
Frozen Maze #2 [Download Now] (seen below)
More Frozen Activities HERE
Frozen Fever HERE!
Are you a Disney animated film fan!? Check out other Kids Activities, party ideas and printables available on this site.
I hope you and the whole family enjoy!
Disclosure: Disney provided my family with tickets to the advanced screen of Frozen in Seattle for the purpose of this review. All opinions are 100% my own as always.