字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 注意：中文為母語的觀眾 請按右下角左起第2個按鈕關閉英文字幕 Hi, I'm Shintaro. It wasn't easy to make this vid 'cause the movie will be out of theaters very soon and its DVD hasn't been released yet. So what I could do was just to make a simple review with some clips I could find on youtube. Today we're going to review - Frozen, which is titled by netizens as "Marry me, Sister" or "Love Me Again, Sister" or "Tragedy Caused by an Idiot Sister" is a Disney Thanksgiving Holiday movie released in 2013. As a new work of Disney's Princess Franchise, with all popular elements that should be included such as handsome prince, beautiful princess, hilarious villains and cute mascots, and massive singing and dancing sequences in which people just couldn't stick to talk normally, it looks absolutely nothing special. Yes, Frozen wasn't in my weekend movie choices until it suddenly made the highest-grossing Thanksgiving Disney movie. I had totally no clue what its selling point was, but without asking anyone's opinions about it, I decided to take a look. Want to know how I feel? I'd like to say... The official trailer almost ruined a Disney classic making significance. The story follows a couple of princess sisters with entirely different personalities. Elsa is cold as ice, elegant, owning icy power, and is kind of overindulging her younger sister Anna, who looks just like a walking logo of Wendy's Burger, is outgoing, passionate but sometimes a little annoying. When they were kids, Elsa accidentally hurt Anna with her power. From then on she has shut everyone out and been alone in order to protect others. On her coronation day, she exposes her secret power when getting in conflicts with Anna. She runs out of the Kingdom after leaving an unintentional curse bringing eternal winter to the land. So Anna sets out to the North to persuade Elsa. With the help of a Summer fan Snowman, a dog-like reindeer, and a friendly donkey, from here the adventure starts. Let me be straight. Disney mainly makes movies for kids. I won't say it will definitely win an Oscar or something as its storyline is quite simple. That means whatever this group of people would encounter they'll be all going to happy ending. When watching a Disney Cartoon we tend not to pay attention to its scripts, because the amusement, fun, effects and characters are what we care more. If you only have expectation on these aspects, I'd say Frozen won't disappoint you. But to everyone's surprise, Disney does make some admirable differences this time. The unexpected outcome that even adult audience would be amused makes it really spectacular. Besides, the characters' emotions are built on childish relationships no more. For the first time Disney protagonist is in a heart-breaking dilemma, what makes the screenplay much more complicated, to an extent that I don't think can be comprehended by young children. Some screenplays could be more enjoyed by mature adults. It's such a heart-melting movie for all ages. I especially like the dancing scenes through the movie. The music is grand, emotional and fits the situation perfectly, moving people to tears. I personally think Frozen's musical part is one of Disney's most impressive since The Lion King or Beauty and the Beast, even better than Tangled. When watching it in 3D, finally I know what a "visual and auditory feast" feels like. I've never got this impact from those hollywood blockbusters. In addition to the story and music, they have super adorable characters. Anna is just a cuddly annoying girl, but so cute. As for Elsa, you wanna know if Elsa is charming enough? There's even no need to say a word about her attractiveness. There won't be a second queen like her. Just look at her attack skill, defensive skill, crowd control skill, summoning skill, transformation skill and this fucking icy palace construction that must demand tons of blue buff like she has unlimited mana. HOLY SHIT I'm completely astonished. I say, truly, it's worth to go to the theater watching it in 3D. So that's it. Materials run-out. Generally speaking, although I'm mostly acclaiming its visual & auditory effects, actually I was more impressed by the emotional messages, including the re-definition of "true love". I'm glad to see Disney successfully achieved two breakthroughs in Frozen. First thing, they finally fucking realize that it's wrong to marry a man you just met. Second, I won't say, you need to find it yourself. Frozen is becoming one of the top-grossing films in Disney's history and I recommend it to everyone. For sure you don't want to miss it. This is Shintaro's review. Thanks for watching.