//www.youtube.com/v/TbQm5doF_Uc?hl=en_US&version=3There is no villain in this film - not in the traditional sense. Rather than a single being carry the symbolism of evil, Frozen sees the evil of denying one's true self, and the attempt to suppress the wonderful unique qualities that make people individuals. The "evil" comes from Elsa's gift that she has felt forced to hide away, and her failed attempts at conforming to other's ideas. This is a wonderful message for young people to hear, especially young girls, who are told that the things that make them unique and special should be highlighted and shared. This movie also focuses on the power of sisters. While there are some traditional love stories in the film, the concept of "true love" and sacrifice is highlighted in the emotions between the two sisters. **SPOILER ALERT** When it is determined that only an act of "true love" will beak a curse, one sister sacrifices herself for the other, rather than a Prince for a Princess. If you see this movie for one reason, it is the song "Let It Go" an upbeat and empowering tune sung by Elsa as she arrives in the mountains and is finally able to let her gift go free. This song has been recorded and released by Demi Lavato as a pop-version to accompany the soundtrack - and it has become this year's "Girl Power" anthem. The song encourages young girls to get beyond hurtful words and see the power inside yourself. It has quickly become one of the top downloads and has been nominated for the Oscar for Best Original Song.
//www.youtube.com/v/moSFlvxnbgk?version=3&hl=en_USIt's kind of scary to think that you're still reading this instead of moving to fandango.com to buy tickets for tonight's showing. Take your kids, take a friend, take your sister- go see Frozen. You will leave the theater feeling empowered and rejuvenated - and will probably be singing "Let It Go" the whole drive home! *** UPDATE*** Frozen won 2 Oscars - one for Best Animated Film and the other for Best Original Song for "Let It Go." The song has spawned millions of covers, including this one from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: