Frozen Cue the endless "Let It Go" parodies, it's time to rewatch Disney's juggernaut about two sisters and their cute snowman friend. If you've been living under an ice block, the plot goes like this: orphans Anna and Elsa are sisters, but they couldn't be more polar opposites. Anna is joyful and sweet, while Elsa is cursed by the power to turn everything--including her own sister--into a deep freeze. Having taken the throne as the Snow Queen, Elsa takes off for the mountains to avoid turning her subjects into icicles, while Anna sets out on a mission to find her and break the spell along with companions snowman Olaf and mountain man Kristoff.
Though loosely based on a fairy tale (Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen) and there's a side plot involving a handsome prince, don't let that fool you. Frozen focuses on the tale of two sisters, loyalty, forgiveness and girl power against a glittery, crystalline backdrop. Little girls? Of course they'll love it. You might find yourself shedding a tear or two, too.
Extras: "Get a Horse!," the six-minute Mickey Mouse short that played before the movie theatrically; music videos (DVD/BD); the BD and digital versions add deleted scenes and making-of featurettes.