Frozen 2013 Disney Film | Anna & Elsa Songs | Let It Go!



What's your review of Disney's Frozen 2013 film with Anna and Elsa songs? LET IT GO! #Frozen #LetItGo #Arendelle Would you visit Arendelle to see Anna and Elsa in that gorgeous ice kingdom, or have you simply Let It Go? Did you see the trailer and then rush out to see the full movie or buy the DVD or blu ray? I’d love to know your own reviews if you saw it in the cinema or streamed it online! You can scroll down for more information, or check out the Rotten Tomatoes rating, IMDb page, or Wikipedia article!


About Disney's Frozen 2013 Film


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Lishbor et ha'Kerakh, Gyeowool Wangguk, Ledeno kraljestvo, Frozen 3D, Frozen - 3D, یخ زده (ملکه یخی), 冰雪大冒险, Zaleđeno kraljevstvo, 프로즌, Frozen (Sing-Along Edition), Disney Klassiker 52 - Frost, Frost 1, Disney's Frost, 冰雪奇缘1, Frozen - Uma Aventura Congelante, Mbretëresha e dëborës, Frozen: Una aventura congelada, Замръзналото кралство, Холодное сердце, Frozen 1


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Directed by Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

Produced by Peter Del Vecho

Screenplay by Jennifer Lee

Story by Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, Shane Morris

Starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Santino Fontana


Songs: Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez

Score: Christophe Beck

Cinematography: Scott Beattie (layout), Mohit Kallianpur (lighting)

Edited by Jeff Draheim

Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios

Distributed by Walt Disney Studios

Release date: November 19, 2013 (El Capitan Theatre), November 22, 2013 (United States)

Running time: 102 minutes

Budget: $150 million

Box office: $1.280 billion


Frozen Plot from Wikipedia: "Frozen is a 2013 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The 53rd Disney animated feature film, it is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Snow Queen.[6] It tells the story of a fearless princess who sets off on a journey alongside a rugged iceman, his loyal reindeer, and a naive snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped their kingdom in eternal winter.”



Frozen Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Songs

Frozen Heart

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

For the First Time in Forever

Love Is an Open Door

Let It Go

Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People

In Summer

For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)

Fixer Upper

Let It Go (single version)

Vuelie (featuring Cantus)

Elsa and Anna

The Trolls

Coronation Day

Heimr Àrnadalr

Winter's Waltz

Sorcery

Royal Pursuit

Onward and Upward

Wolves

The North Mountain

We Were So Close

Marshmallow Attack!

Conceal, Don't Feel

Only an Act of True Love

Summit Siege

Return to Arendelle

Treason

Some People Are Worth Melting For

Whiteout

The Great Thaw (Vuelie Reprise)

Epilogue


Frozen Characters and Voice Cast

Kristen Bell

Idina Menzel

Jonathan Groff

Josh Gad

Santino Fontana

Alan Tudyk

Ciarán Hinds

Chris Williams

Stephen J. Anderson

Maia Wilson

Edie McClurg

Robert Pine

Maurice LaMarche

Livvy Stubenrauch

Eva Bella

Spencer Lacey Ganus

Jesse Corti

Jeffrey Marcus

Tucker Gilmore

Ava Acres

Stephen Apostolina

Annaleigh Ashford

Kirk Baily

David Boat

Paul Briggs

Tyree Brown

Woody Buck

June Christopher

Lewis Cleale

Wendy Cutler

Terri Douglas

Eddie Frierson

Jean Gilpin

Jackie Gonneau

Nicholas Guest

Bridget Hoffman

Nick Jameson

Daniel Kaz

John Lavelle

Jennifer Lee

Patricia Lentz

Annie Lopez

Katie Lowes

Mona Marshall

Dara McGarry

Scott Menville

Adam Overett

Paul Pape

Courtney Peldon

Jennifer Perry

Raymond S. Persi

Jean-Michel Richaud

Lynwood Robinson

Carter Sand

Jadon Sand

Katie Silverman

Pepper Sweeney

Fred Tatasciore

Kevin Del Aguila

Kevin Duda

William Kenneth Goldman

Katie Lopez

Agatha Lee Monn

Lulu Picart

Benjamin Schrader

Margaux Calla Susi

Jack Whitehall

Tommar Wilson

Produced by Peter Del Vecho, John Lasseter, Aimee Scribner

Film Editing by Jeff Draheim

Casting By Jamie Sparer Roberts

Production Design by David Womersley

Art Direction by Michael Giaimo