I'm sure by now people have at least seen this movie once. Frozen is Disney's loose adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen." It takes place in the Norwegian-inspired country of Arrendale and tells the story of two sisters: Elsa, the older sister with powers over ice that she's hidden from everyone, and Anna, the perky younger sister who's oblivious to her powers. What sets this movie apart from Disney's previous films is its modernity - the story not only feels like it's taken a lot of modern references from this generation's youth, it also repeatedly takes jabs at Disney's own previous film formulas, such as their typical "love at first sight" and "true love's kiss" formulas. Though the score in my opinion is a bit... just there, Idina Menzel's rendition of Let It Go is quite possibly the most memorable Disney anthem in years. This movie isn't just for Disney fans - everyone will truly love this gem of a movie. I personally hope it wins Best Animated Feature in the Academy Awards this year. It definitely deserves it.