Frozen Fever


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Musical

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Kristen Bell Photo
Kristen Bell as Anna
Jonathan Groff Photo
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff
Idina Menzel Photo
Idina Menzel as Elsa
Josh Gad Photo
Josh Gad as Olaf
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57.82 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 0 min
P/S 4 / 64
123.23 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 0 min
P/S 10 / 87

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by StevePulaski8 / 10

Beloved characters in their best form

Preceding "Cinderella" in its theatrical release is "Frozen Fever," a short film revolving around the characters from the hit Disney film "Frozen." The short involves Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) and her friends Hans, Sven the moose, and Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad) preparing a surprise party for her younger sister Anna (Kristen Bell). Elsa, however, has a cold, where every sneeze produces several tiny little snowmen, sort of resembling Olaf, but she persists on, taking her sister through all of the little decorative zones she has set up for her before taking her to the final party. The short reinforces my believe that the "Frozen" characters are best in small doses, and I only wish now that instead of the "Frozen 2" we all knew was coming, we'd see these characters populate several, extremely fun shorts like this.

Reviewed by MartinHafer6 / 10

If you adore FROZEN, you'll no doubt like it...otherwise it's best enjoyed with a bit of alcohol!

This short is no surprise, considering "Frozen" and its merchandise made zillions of dollars for Disney. My feeling is that the story itself didn't really matter...the studio just wanted to get anything "Frozen" back into the theaters. So, they reportedly took a song cut out of the original film and made a story about Elsa planning a birthday party for her sister, Anna. The story is nothing special and I would say the same about the song that is sung throughout. The only real special thing about it is the CGI--which is once again breathtaking. And, it also introduces the Snowgies, which I assume were created just so that Disney could market even more "Frozen" stuff to the kids.

The bottom line is that if you adore everything "Frozen" you'll probably enjoy this. To me, it just felt second-rate and nothing more.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird9 / 10

Fans of Frozen will be in heaven!

As someone who loved Frozen and considers it one of Disney's best since the Renaissance, Frozen Fever(although for personal tastes it could have been a little longer) was quite a treat, just as good as the film and goes perfectly with it. Just as if went perfectly with Cinderella, the feature film it accompanied, which I also loved.

The animation is not quite as polished as in the film but it is still beautiful with lots of attention to detail in the backgrounds and care in the character designs put into it, the rich and sumptuous colours are easy on the eyes too. Making Today a Perfect Day is a very good and catchy song that puts a smile on one's face, not quite on the same level as Let It Go but it stays very true to the style of the songs in Frozen(no surprise as the same composers were involved) and is certainly memorable. The rest of the music fits very well.

Frozen Fever's writing doesn't disappoint. The dialogue is very funny without trying too hard to be so(Olaf in the ice palace introducing each of the snow creatures by name is hilarious) and also shows an emotional core without being cloying. While it's a potentially thin story with not an awful lot surprising the story was really charming with a good deal of funny- especially with Olaf- and touching moments, not to mention it was cute(not only Sven but especially the snow creatures). It was a wise move focusing as well on the sister relationship between Anna and Elsa, that was very well done and had a lot of heart. Anyone who has a sister or more that they love to pieces will really identify with them here.

Nothing to complain about the characters either, all of them great characters anyway and in Frozen Fever they have everything that was so winning about them in the first place, the only change is Elsa and it was one that made perfect sense and necessary. The snow creatures are simply adorable. The original voice actors return and bring the same amount of energy and charm they brought in the film. Overall, a great short that Frozen fans, or at least most of them, will love. 9/10 Bethany Cox

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