Magical movie to entertain all local kids
THE magic of Disney will take over the Proserpine Entertainment Centre when Frozen opens on Friday, February 28.
This latest animation from the famous Disney studios is filled with lessons of courage and love, based on a story by Hans Christian Andersen, originally published in 1845.
In the Disney version of the tale, starring Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Idina Menzel, there are two princesses who live in the land of Arendelle.
The older sister, Elsa, has a special power to create snow and ice, but because the king and queen fear the consequences, they keep this power hidden.
The younger sister, Anna delights at Elsa's ability, but during a childhood night of play, Elsa mistakenly hits An- na and almost causes her death.
The rock troll king removes Anna’s memories of the magical powers, which becomes a deep secret that is hard to hide.
Eventually Elsa slips up and reveals her powers, after which she flees Arendelle, leaving the land in an eternal winter.
Anna then sets out to find Elsa, knowing she must save both her sister and Arendelle.
Frozen screens at 7 and 9pm on Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1. There are further screenings until Monday, March 3.
For costs and bookings, call the Proserpine Entertainment Centre on 4945 2312.
Information for this movie review was sourced from www.imdb.com.
FROZEN: A scene from the movie Frozen, which screens at the Proserpine Entertainment Centre at the end of the month. Photo courtesy Disney. Photo Contributed