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Still shot from the movie: Frozen.

Frozen

There has long been a chill between princess siblings Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell), but it gets even colder when the eldest sister turns their entire kingdom to ice. Now it is up to the younger Anna, with the help of a mountain man (voice of Jonathan Groff), to try to thaw their relationship and break the spell of eternal winter. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: B
Violence: C+
Sexual Content: A-
Language: A-
Drugs/Alcohol: B+
Run Time: 108
Theater Release: 27 Nov 2013
Video Release: 18 Mar 2014
MPAA Rating: PG
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Why Is Frozen Rated PG?


Violence: The short film preceding this movie features frequent cartoon violence such as mean-spirited bullying, pitchforks and other common objects used as weapons. Brief moments of peril are included in the movie. A child is scared after being left alone in her room. Parents die at sea. Wolves chase and attack two travelers. Characters are impaled, attacked by a huge snow monster, and fall from a cliff. Characters shoot at a person with a crossbow. A character falls under a magical spell. A girl punches a man in the face.

Sexual Content: Characters fall on top of each other by accident. A woman wears an off-the-shoulder dress with a high slit. A character takes off clothes in non-sexual context.

Language: Some crude comments and name-calling are heard.

Alcohol / Drug Use:Drinks are served at a social event.

Other: A woman is accused of sorcery. A reindeer sticks his tongue to cold object. Some rude bathroom humor is used.

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About the Reviewer: Kerry Bennett

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