Disney's latest animated film Frozen (out today) is an Oscar sureshot for Best Animated Film and Best Original. How so? Let's count the ways.
1. It's getting glowing reviews, and rightfully so because...
2. It's a departure from your past female-driven Disney movies. Not only is the movie co-directed by Disney Animation's first female director, Jennifer Lee (with Chris Buck), the film's focus is the love between two royal sisters (voiced by Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell), rather than that between a princess and her unlikely male hero (though there is one, played by Jonathan Groff).
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3. Disney's mastered the art of the original music again with "Let It Go," sung by Broadway superstar Menzel (Wicked) and composed by Book of Mormon duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.
We dare you to listen to the full version of "Let It Go" below and try not to think, "Fuck yeah, life!"
Watch the trailer below:
[via Thompson on Hollywood]