Escape to a frozen wonderland in Disney's newest princess tale, "Frozen," now showing in theaters.
"Frozen" takes audiences to Norway, where two sisters, Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) are the best of friends until Elsa begins to develop the power to create snow and ice. Elsa's powers nearly cost Anna her life, so their parents, the king and queen, are forced to separate these two kindred spirits in order to protect them from one another, and they instruct Elsa to keep her powers hidden from a world that might persecute her as a monster.
When their parents are killed in a shipwreck, Elsa reluctantly prepares to assume her place as queen, but she loses control of her powers during the coronation ball and brings an everlasting winter upon her beloved kingdom. Elsa retreats to an ice castle on a distant mountain. With help from a handsome ice salesman, an intrepid reindeer and a lovable snowman, fearless Anna sets off on a journey to find Elsa and persuade her to release their kingdom from her icy grip.
"Frozen" is a visually stunning film with a spectacular soundtrack, particularly Demi Lovato's performance of "Let It Go." Its swashbuckling adventure and lovable sidekicks (what's a Disney film without lovable sidekicks?) make this a movie that everyone in the family will enjoy, too. But what makes this movie truly special is its lovely depiction of sibling relationships ... the heartache of growing up and growing apart, the beauty of finding one another again, and that age-old truth that your sister's always got your back. All this make "Frozen" a tale that's sure to delight audiences of all ages. "Frozen" opens Wednesday, Nov. 27.