‘Frozen Fever’ is the perfect chance to catch up with our favorite Arendelle characters. Couple a sweet musical number, Anna’s birthday and unexpected trouble for Elsa, the short film is simply unforgettable!
Frozen is back and everything is awesome! The short film, Frozen Fever, is premiering before Cinderella audiences in theaters and will undoubtedly get all Frozen fans psyched for the inevitable sequel. Frozen Fever dazzles with charm, a bit of silliness and a whole lot of fun. Being reunited with Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Olaf (Josh Gad) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) just feels so right. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
‘Frozen Fever’ Review: Elsa & Anna Return With Delightful New Song
Anna’s birthday has finally arrived and both Elsa and Kristoff want to make sure everything’s perfect for Anna’s big day. Silly mischief appears fairly quickly as Olaf decides to take a big bite out of Anna’s birthday cake! However, there’s no way you can get angry at the little guy. He’s simply adorable as always.
Elsa excitedly wakes up Anna with the sound of a musical number. “Making Today a Perfect Day” is catchy and a lovely way for Kristen and Idina to make perfect music together again. Plus, both Anna and Elsa get brand new costumes that are sure to fly off the shelves at stores around the globe. Anna’s blue and green summer outfit is cute and reminiscent of her cheerful personality. Meanwhile, Elsa dazzles with a green dress embellished with pink flowers.
Ironically, a cold really bothered poor Elsa on Anna’s birthday. On the bright side, every time she sneezed, adorable little snowmen would appear! Playing off of the Frozen tale of strong sisterly bonds, Anna takes care of Elsa once again in her time of need. Love means having to make sacrifices, even on a day like your birthday.
‘Frozen Fever’: A Bite-Sized Teaser Of What’s To Come
Frozen 2 is coming our way but not for awhile. Frozen Fever is the perfect short film to whet our appetite before Anna, Elsa and everyone come back for second blast of Arendelle fun.
In addition to seeing the faces of Anna, Kristoff, Elsa and Olaf again, other beloved characters like Oaken and Marshmallow also make an appearance. And, honestly, there was nothing better than the way Frozen Fever brought back Hans.
A fever might make you feel terrible, but Frozen Fever will do anything but.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Frozen Fever? Are you excited for Frozen 2? Let me know!
— Avery Thompson