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Frozen – Sing-along

(PG)

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Overview

Let it gooooo, let it gooooo! Frozen is the wondrously wintry, Disney princess trope-subverting pop cultural phenomenon that anyone who has parented a child at any point over the last decade knows intimately well. Princess Elsa of Arendelle learns from a young age that she has magical powers of ice and snow. Until she learns how to control these powers, the King and Queen decide to isolate Elsa and her little sister Anna in their castle, which leads to years of resentment between the sisters. When they’re adults, Elsa’s powers unwittingly get exposed in public on her coronation day. The terrified townsfolk accuse her of witchcraft and she flees to live a hermit’s life in a distant ice palace. It’s up to Anna and her ragtag group – Kristoff the local iceman, his reindeer Sven and Olaf the snowman – to find Elsa and convince her to stop the eternal winter she has unknowingly caused in Arendelle.

Why You Should See This Film

Can you believe this film is over ten years old now? As we said, if you’re a parent to any kids under the age of say, 15, then you’ve definitely already seen this film hundreds of times. But its powerful message of sisterhood, subversion of the ‘evil queen’ and ‘handsome prince’ fairy tale tropes and ridiculously catchy songs are what make this film undeniably great, and have given it incredible staying power. You’ve belted out the songs in the car with the kids over and over, now it’s time to belt out the songs with the kids in the cinema at this special sing-along screening.

Year:
2013
Rating:
PG
Director:
Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Cast:
Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad
Duration:
108 minutes
Language:
English

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