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Disney has had such a long winning streak with its animated comedies and musicals that it's almost possible to forgive the problems with Frozen, which opens in Los Angeles today and in wide release on Nov. 27.

Indeed, there's not a lot wrong with Frozen: The animation is state-of-the-art, the action is imaginative and the visuals are stunning. But there's one serious problem: It's never very funny, nor is the music particularly memorable.With her secret laid bare for all to see, a devastated Elsa flees into the surrounding mountains, enveloping all of summertime Arendelle in a thick permafrost as she does.

Anna gives chase, but proves ill equipped for the rugged and frigid terrain, eventually stumbling upon a small trading post (run by a hulking Swede named Oaken, voiced by “Bolt” co-director Chris Williams) that has wasted no time in jacking up prices on its minimal supply of off-season winter provisions. It’s there that she crosses paths with Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), a flaxen-haired ice seller somewhat lacking in social graces (his best, and possibly only, friend is his trusty, sleigh-pulling reindeer, Sven).

But with his own bottom line taking a sizable hit from the sudden climate change, he agrees to help Anna search for Elsa in the hope of once again bringing sunshine to the land.A typical day on the slopes turns into a chilling nightmare for three snowboarders when they get stranded on the chairlift before their last run.

As the ski patrol switches off the night lights, they realize with growing panic that they’ve been left behind dangling high off the ground with no way down. With the resort closed until the following weekend and frostbite and hypothermia already setting in, the trio is forced to take desperate measures to escape off the mountain before they freeze to death.

Once they make their move, they discover with horror that they have much more to fear than just the frigid cold. As they combat unexpected obstacles, they start to question if their will to survive is strong enough to overcome the worst ways to die.

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When Elsa finally does come out, it’s only for one day: her coronation as Queen. Anna is excited. Not only does she get to see her sister for the first time in forever, but the castle is opened to the public, and she gets to interact with strangers, something that is clearly necessary for her very extroverted personality. While running around amongst the people she runs into Prince Hans (Santino Fontana) and their interaction is as awkward as it is perfect. As with any fairytale true love, they get engaged that very day. When asked for her blessing, Elsa denies them. This forces Anna to push her, to demand to know why Elsa won’t allow anyone around her. Elsa loses control when the pressure is applied, and when the people know of her uncontrollable power, she flees, leaving the kingdom in an eternal winter. Anna decides to go after her sister and leaves Prince Hans as temporary ruler. On her journey to find her sister, Anna meets up with Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), an ice salesman, and Olaf (Josh Gad), a snowman brought to life by Elsa.Frozen works on essentially every level, but perhaps the times it’s at its best is when playing off of the very familiar tropes of the princess subgenre of fairy tales. In traditional tales, everything is black and white, but in Frozen almost everything is grey. The town is cursed by a powerful female, but Elsa isn’t an evil queen who did it with malicious intent. No, she’s just a young woman who can’t control her powers, and that makes for a far more interesting character. There are several more examples of turning traditional meanings on their head throughout the film. Figuring them out for yourself is one of the most enjoyable aspects of the film, so I won’t spoil you.

The quality of musicals always come down to the effectiveness of the soundtrack. Often, especially with stories as strong as this one that don’t require singing, they can be seen as a gamble. Luckily, Frozen not only succeeds with its soundtrack, but the songs are so grand that they give so much to the film. They are amazing, Broadway caliber songs. The film smartly cast actors with experience on Broadway in the lead roles. While Kristen Bell and Josh Gad aren’t known as well for their Broadway work as co-stars Idina Menzel and Jonathan Groff, they quickly prove that they have the chops. Menzel’s “Let it Go” will likely make a play for best original song at the Oscars, and Gad’s “In Summer,” a song about a snowman who wants summer to come more than anything, is downright hilarious.frozen kristen bell annaThe songs never get tiring. The pace between song and script is spot on, as is the pace of the script in general. The film doesn’t drags anywhere, but that’s only one quality the script from co-director Jennifer Lee (the first female director of a Disney animated feature film) boasts. As noted previously, the script plays on tropes marvelously, but it’s also incredibly funny as well as emotional. It goes from punching you right in the gut one minute to making that same gut explode with laughter the next. It’s brilliant.The animation work is absolutely beautiful, and it’s interesting to see the lasting effect the purchase of Pixar is having on Disney. Pixar has generally been seen as the innovators, but in the past two years, it’d be tough to claim that a Pixar film is better than a Disney animation film. The work today is really impressive, and this is no exception. There’s enough going on in the background to warrant multiple viewings.Frozen is definitely a film made for kids, and with that comes very strong messages. These messages work far better than most kids movies. Sometimes the messages sent can be iffy at best (see: Brave), but they do exactly what they need to do. What and who is good and bad is somewhat murky throughout the film, but by the end it’s very clear. Young girls and boys will have characters to look up to as there are both strong female and male characters.This is by all means a great Disney animated film. It’s one of their best in recent years, that’s for sure. It’s also probably one of their best ever, and it wouldn’t be crazy to say it’s up there with the big ones like The Lion King. It’s that good.

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