Disney’s Frozen in 3D {Review}

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I received the opportunity of pre-screening Disney’s Frozen at Emagine Theater in Novi (with my daughter) in exchange for this review.  All opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

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A new Disney movie is in town and maybe you have heard of it? Yep, that’s right, Disney’s Frozen!  With all of the promotions and trailers, they made this movie known just like all of the others.  I can honestly say my girls were pumped (so was mommy, hehe) after watching the trailer for the very first time.  Just from the commercials alone we were already busting a gut and eager to see this new Disney masterpiece.  From the looks of it, it looked like a winner.  Was I right? FROZEN

A definite yes! My 7 year old and I were given the fun opportunity of watching a pre-screening of Disney’s Frozen in 3D.  This was her very first 3D experience so this was a special and exciting treat. Here is what the film is about in a nutshell:

“Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio behind “Tangled” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” presents “Frozen,” a stunning big-screen comedy adventure. Fearless optimist Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his loyal reindeer Sven—to find her sister Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel), 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.”

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Because we viewed the film in 3D, it made this Disney movie even more exciting.  It was so cute watching my 7 year old giggle and jump everytime something would pop out of the screen.  It felt as if it had come to life right before our eyes.  Oh how I love modern technology.

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It is safe to say that Disney’s Frozen is for all ages. (Well, at least 3+)  This is also based on the attention span of your child. (FYI:There is a snow monster in the film that may be a little scary for the younger ages, again parents use your discretion).  My 7 year old can’t sit for more than 10 minutes without getting bouncy.  Believe it or not, Frozen had her attention the entire time as well as the attention of all the other little kiddies around us.  The roaring giggles and laughter around made it truly priceless.  There is just so much for everyone. There is also a fun treat before the film that everyone will enjoy.  I won’t spoil it for you, especially if you see it in 3D, hint, hint!   There is also a nice life lesson at the end of the film that I think kids can benefit from.  Very touching!

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The music in the film was beyond amazing.  In fact, I liked it so much that I will be purchasing the movie Soundtrack.  My girls search the various songs from the soundtrack on YouTube and love it as well.

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Frozen opens in theatres today, November 27th, in a theatre near you!  If you get a chance this Thanksgiving weekend, head out with your family to go see Frozen.  I honestly think you will not be disappointed.  I am eager to take my entire family to see the film in 3D.  I think I was spoiled with that haha, so this might be one of their Christmas gifts.  I think they will be very happy with that!

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Are you eager to see Disney’s Frozen in 3D?  If you need a recap, check out the trailer here.

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Lindsey Clair

Lindsey Clair is a homeschooling mother of three daughters. She has been married fourteen years to her best friend Ron where he is currently a Solutions Engagement Supervisor for the State of Michigan at UPS. Lindsey possesses a degree in Child Development. She hopes to pursue a degree in Marketing and Advertising in the near future. She is currently a professional blogger and freelance writer for multiple sites and enjoys working from home while homeschooling her children. Lindsey is also a musician. She currently plays the piano and flute and sings. She was formerly the children’s director at her parents church as well as on the praise and worship team. Lindsey and her family are currently in a new transition with another church and waiting on what their next move will be. Lindsey’s hobbies include reading, shopping, blogging, and hanging out with family and friends.

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