Fresh Spring Re­leases

Thaw out with Frozen, The Nut Job, an epic Des­o­la­tion of Smaug set or boo­gie with Baloo in The Jun­gle Book 2. by Mercedes Mil­li­gan

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Frozen [Dis­ney, $29.99]

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee’s mag­i­cal, mu­si­cal, Academy Award-win­ning win­ter ad­ven­ture has hit the right note with crit­ics and au­di­ences around the world, and now you’ll never have to “Let It Go!” In case you’ve been stranded on a desert is­land, Frozen cen­ters on two royal sis­ters: free spir­ited ide­al­ist Anna (Kris­ten Bell) and her se­ri­ous-minded sis­ter, Elsa (Id­ina Men­zel), whose se- cret pow­ers to cre­ate ice and snow go hay­wire, send­ing her into the wilder­ness and doom­ing the king­dom to eter­nal win­ter. It’s up to Anna to find her (with help from moun­tain man Kristoff, his rein­deer Sven and a talk­ing snow­man) and con­vince her to re­turn and re­verse the curse.

The DVD set in­cludes some very cool (ha) bonus fea­tures: the Mickey Mouse short Get A Horse!, multi-lan­guage mu­sic videos for the end credit ver­sion of “Let It Go” (Demi Lo­vato’s English, Martina Stoes­sel’s Span­ish & Ital­ian, Mar­sha Mi­lan’s Malaysian) and Frozen teaser trailer. The Blu-ray/ DVD combo ($44.99) is even chiller (ha!), adding on The Mak­ing of Frozen, D’frosted: Dis­ney’s Jour­ney from Hans Chris­tian An­der­sen to Frozen and four deleted scenes with in­tros from Buck and Lee. It’s snow joke, you’d be a flake to miss out on this! (Ha … ha?) [Re­lease date: March 18]

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