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Disney Does it Again!

By Raglady_numerouno
Written February 18, 2014
Super experience - the only people in the theater were the ones that A) loved the movie the first time and B) love to sing. What a great idea to do this sing-along.
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Lifting voices!

By jcaturegli
Written February 18, 2014
Had a great time singing along with the fantastic music of a new Disney classic! Wide array of fellow sing-a-long participants and cheers to finish the show!
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Dazzling, goofy, playful, tuneful, plus a double-surprise ending

By linda_branam
Written March 03, 2014
What a great idea! Letting us lovers of movie musicals actually sing along--full voice--instead of murmuring under the sound-track! I saw the original version of Frozen and loved it so much I preordered the DVD. Yesterday, I braved sleet to see the Sing-A-Long version. The singing opportunity was grand, but I also got to pay more attention to the interplay of facial expressions between characters (who'd have thought a reindeer's expressions could be so funny?), the exhilarating use of color and flowing movement, the inspired comic turns. (Olaf, you cracked me up over and over!) Adults will appreciate the theme that places familial love on the same plain as romantic love. And they'll smile at the dose of reality applied to the falling-in-true-love-on-first-sight cliche. What I found most surprising of all? The key to defusing Elsa's destructive gift echoes a biblical principle: Perfect love casts out fear. Oh, my! It'll be a long wait for the DVD!
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must go

By SabinaMarie0516
Written February 08, 2014
my 4 year old sons first movie theatre experience. He was glued to the gigantic screen. He had fun in the seats as hes so light, it kept folding, but he sang and danced and was genuinely enthralled.
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beautiful movie love the ending

By adriana728
Written March 08, 2014
Saw the movie 3 times - in theater at opening weekend, on my laptop by using Disney's streaming service and lastly, I took my 4 year old to the singalong viewing at the AMC in Downtown Disney. I love this movie. It has a surprise ending. I love that the movie showed the real meaning of true love could be true love between sisters. Gorgeous graphics and Idina Menzel voice singing Let it Go -- were all truly spectacular and exceptional. Adults and kids both will love it. If you bring very young kids, be aware there is a huge snowman monster that may terrify the youngest kids but those scenes are a very small part of this LONG 3 hour movie. If you want to go to the singalong movie viewing, that is loads of fun too but check with theater on the busy times. Unlike other movies for this one you want the audience to be rather full so everyone can sing with abandon.
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