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The Princess and the Frog


Dec 11, 2009

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Mar 16, 2010

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Ron Clements, John Musker


Anika Noni Rose
Keith David
Oprah Winfrey


2009 Walt Disney Pictures

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Disney returns to the craft of traditional animation with this modern twist on an old fairytale. Set in the New Orleans French Quarter, a young girl named Tiana (voice of Anika Noni Rose) might just be the princess who can undo the spell cast on a prince-turned-frog (voice of Bruno Campos).

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Why Is The Princess and the Frog Rated G?

The Princess and the Frog is rated G

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Voodoo and other forms of black magic are depicted in this film. A character makes a deal with the evil powers from the “other” side and uses it to cast spells. Dark spirits slither through the streets and chase down unsuspecting characters. A band of hillbillies capture the frogs, hit each other with sticks and shoot at one another. Other characters are also shot at. A young girl unintentionally tortures her pet cat and repeatedly has temper tantrums. A man is portrayed in a comedic fashion falling down a set of stairs, running into people and getting his head caught in a tuba. Small animals are smashed with a book and another is stepped on. The death and funeral of a central character is depicted. Moments of peril are repeatedly shown. A girl discusses her father’s death. A male character comments on his interest in a variety of women. Secondary characters are shown drinking on several occasions.

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The creative team of Ron Clements and John Musker also worked on Disney’s Aladdin and The Little Mermaid. A frog convinced he’s a prince appears in the animation The Swan Princess. Magical kisses have an unexpected result in Shrek and Shrek 2.

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Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of The Princess and the Frog...

Release Date: 16 March 2010
The Princess and the Frog releases to DVD with the following extras:
- Deleted Scenes
- The Princess Portraits Game
- Audio Commentary By Filmmakers
- Music Video By Ne-Y
The Princess and the Frog releases to Blu-ray also offers:
- The Disney Legacy
- The Making Of A Princess
- Conjuring The Villain
- The Return To Hand-Drawn Animation
- The Disney Legacy
- Disney’s Newest Princess
- Bringing Life To Animation
The Princess and the Frog releases in a Combo Edition that includes:
- All of the above bonus materials
- The movie in Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.

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MikeB says: Dec. 27, 2009

Disney has lost my trust with this movie. My girls are 6 and 3 1/2 and while I am glad Disney incorporated an African American princess, the movie as a whole has not for kids. My wife and I spent a fair amount of the movie covering our kids eyes or holding them because they were terrified of the evil spirits hunting the two frogs. This movie had no business being rated G. Both of my girls had a hard time sleeping. The voo doo aspects of this movie destroyed it for me, the evil character held a voo doo doll up with a pin ready to kill one of the main characters. Voo doo dolls came to life as the shadow character is taken away. Really, is that something we want our small kids watching and learning about voo doo!?!?!? This was grossly inappropriate for a 3 year old!!!! It is unfortunate that while we finally have an African American princess, who is an incredible roll model/person, the movie was horribly inappropriate for small children. Disney, you lost me here. I never thought I would have to screen Disney movies to ensure my girls won’t have nightmares, ridiculous. I can’t recommend this movie to anyone with children, unless that is you would like them to learn about voo doo, see evil spirits hunt down the main characters, see voo doo dolls come to life as the antagonist is taken to the underworld? Bottom line, not for kids.

Melissa O says: Jan. 04, 2010

I think parents read sites like this to get more than one opinion on a film and whether it?s appropriate for their children.  It?s true, I think The Princess and the Frog is not for 3 year olds.  Little Einstein videos and Sesame Street are more appropriate for that age group.  It?s unfortunate that other comments were lost regarding this movie, because my family and I (respectfully though seriously), disagree with Mike B?s review.  This is not the movie that should cause someone to lose trust—It sounds like the commenter was angry with his own lack of research.  The voodoo character is clearly advertised in all of the movie?s previews and commercials.  If there?s any question about the voodoo aspect,  it should be used as an opportunity to discuss different types of ?magic? as represented in movies. The voodoo aspect was nothing more than the flip-side equivalent of Aladdin?s genie magic. I think if a parent wishes their children to not watch anything containing imaginary powers, they can access many different sites that would have warned against this movie. 

WE LOVED THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG. We have a tender-hearted, five year old girl who we prefer not to see violence, death, or inappropriate material.  We left this movie singing the songs, repeating some of the VERY FUNNY one liners, and all around enjoyed the upbeat spirit that the movie conveyed.  Granted, there were some spooky spots—but my husband and I agree that they were BRIEF enough to not be threatening to a child?s psyche.  (Additionally, other reviews have made mention of the father dying in this movie—there is no imagery of him passing away.  As a child, the female lead had very loving family scenes, then the movie fast forwards to her as an adult wanting to make her papa proud.)  Bottom line, an incredibly artistic film that embraces the New Orleans feel-good spirit and shows evidence why Louisiana was ranked the happiest state in the U.S..

Lovemytwinboys says: Mar. 26, 2010

I just rented this movie and should have screened it before I let my children see this.  I love Disney, but this is not a movie I would recommend to anyone.  I agree that it is refreshing that Disney has finally offered an African American role model; however, this is not the movie for that.  I disagree with Melissa O, the voo doo and spooky spots were not brief.  We had to fast-forward many LONG spots that were inappropriate for any child (regardless of age).  With all the violence, voo doo and evil spirits - this never should have been G.  There is a lot of drinking, evil spirits, and other things that children never should see. Not to mention that a main character was murdered.

Granted, the underline theme of the story about hard work and loving your family is great but is so lost in the other garbage of the movie that it isn’t worth seeing. 

My husband and I are very displeased that Disney marketed this film to children with a G rating.  I will not longer allow my children to watch any new Disney movie without us screening it.  BTW, I am not the only one who feels this way. I have spoken to friends and family and they are also upset by this movie.  I just wished I talked to them before I allowed my children to watch this- I just didn’t think I had to do that with a Disney movie.  Do not waste your time or your children’s innocents on this.

jhartmus says: Apr. 11, 2011

Spooky sections of the movie with shadows chasing after characters were not brief to the 5yo who was scared by them.  Although I thought that the movie delved much more deeply into voodoo than was really necessary for the plot, I believe that parents of children 6 and under may just need to screen the movie to determine if their child will be frightened by it all.  The 5yo did not enjoy watching it on the big screen, but she was fine with it at home on video. 

We used this movie as a conversation starter with both our 5yo and 7yo regarding “selling ones soul to the devil” and how every day all of us are presented with options to follow Satan or to choose God.  In general, they both thought it was just silly that someone would think that a voodoo doll would even work smile

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