The Princess and the Frog Full Movie Reviews

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Snoogans
Snoogans
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

Underrated Disney Gem

Snoogans - wrote on 04/27/2015

'The Princess and the Frog' takes inspiration on The Frog Prince fairy tale to tell a wonderful original story. Here, our main female isn't of royalty, nor does she long to be such. She's a waitress who's only dream is to open her own restaurant. Through her unrelenting years of hard work she almost makes her dream come true near the beginning of the film. I love this positive message for children. It's something that hasn't been done so in previous Disney films. The fairy tale aspects are what disrupt her path to success. But she ultimately finds things that enrich her life through the experience. The story continues to angle just outside of expectations from here on. Subtle twists on the usual plot devices give a fresh feeling to an already well crafted formula. The …

JLFM
JLFM
Producer

Rating of
4/4

A Treasure

JLFM - wrote on 04/12/2012

I firmly believe that "The Princess and the Frog" is one of the best non-pixar animated film ever to be created. There has never been a better argument for the revival of traditional animated films.

"The Princess and the Frog," follows of the story of Tiana, a young woman who dreamed of opening her own resteraunt since she was a child. She's so close to her dream, when she gets outbid for the building she wants, and worse; turns into a frog due to a voodoo spell. Tiana and the spoiled Prince Navine must find a way to turn back into a human.

This film is visually enchanting, with gorgeous 2D animation that even rivals modern day CGI. One particularly dazzling scene, is during Dr. Facilier's song, "Friends on the Other Side," a vibrant colored, and elaborate musical number that …

prettypirate
prettypirate
Director

Rating of
4/4

Disney Definitely!

prettypirate - wrote on 07/24/2010

This film brings together all the magic that has been missing since the old Disney films. It is every bit as amazing as Beauty and the Beast, if not a teensy bit more original. The plot is charming, the traditional storyline a bit twinged. The music is stunning from beginning to end and complements the plot wonderfully. The animation is tip top and the characters are very real and recognisable in modern society. The film has the trademark Disney happy ending that we all love to see, but it also brings across important lessons like you have to work hard in life to achieve your dreams and you will come second if you associate yourself with evil things. I have a compulsion to see New Orleans and its multi-cultural background and French influence. This film is ideal for children, but perhaps …

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