I highly recommend you watch Frozen on Blu ray!
My family saw Frozen when it was in theatres and I am glad that we did, because we all thoroughly enjoyed the movie. By the time we arrived home after watching the movie, hubby had purchased the entire sound track and we both had the music on our phones.
As of today, a few of the classic songs from the movie are still on my daily play list and I have been known to belt out the song “Let it Go” in my house on a regular basis. I do LOVE to sing, it is no secret! AND I love the saying “Let It Go” and I regularly use it in our house as well. Did I mention that I play my “Daily Play List” every day, even when the children are not home?
Synopsis: Fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey — teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven — to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.
Every Saturday night, my family and I get settled in the family room and have a tv dinner while watching a movie. We call Saturday nights “Family Movie Night”. I cannot wait to surprise the children with the movie Frozen, they will be ecstatic!
On days when I am awake enough for a second movie, hubby and I will often settle in after the kids are in bed and watch another movie on a Saturday night. I am looking forward to the following movies as options for our movie nights together:
Synopsis: Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson bring to life the untold true story about the origins of one of the most treasured Disney classics of all time. John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) directs this acclaimed film, which reveals the surprising backstory behind the making of Mary Poppins. Determined to fulfill a promise to his daughters, Walt Disney (Hanks) tries for twenty years to obtain the rights to author P.L. Travers’ (Thompson) beloved book. Armed with his iconic creative vision, Walt pulls out all the stops, but the uncompromising Travers won’t budge. Only when he reaches into his own complicated childhood does Walt discover the truth about the ghosts that haunt Travers, and together, the set Mary Poppins free.
According to Common Sense Media, this movie is best suited for children 12 and up. While some children younger than 12 may enjoy the movie, we have chosen to follow most of Common Sense Media’s recommendations.
Another movie option for hubby and I is Delivery Man.
Synopsis: In this heartwarming comedy, underachiever David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) learns he’s actually an overachiever — he’s fathered 533 children via donations made twenty years earlier! David soon discovers that the shock of his life might just be the best thing that’s ever happened to him. Along the way he discovers not only his true self, but also the father he could become. Also starring Chris Pratt and Cobie Smulders — and complete with bonus materials, including behind-the-scenes footage — it’s a feel-good movie that really delivers.
One last newly released movie that is definitely a great fit for the entire family is:
Synopsis: Now that Mowgli’s living in the “man-village,” he cherishes his new best friend and little brother, but he still has that jungle rhythm in his heart. He misses hanging out with happy-go-lucky Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther. Yearning for freedom, Mowgli runs off into the jungle – and encounters his enemy Shere Khan! This time, he’ll need both his new human family and his old jungle friends to help save the day.
Do you own Frozen on Blu ray yet?
What are your family Disney movies to watch as a family?
Watched Saving Mr. Banks last night and liked it a lot! And Frozen is destined to go down in history as a classic don’t you think? It’ll be a must-have in our library!
I completely agree that Frozen will be known as a classic for many years to come!
Frozen is the only movie my son has ever watched and he’s almost two. I think it comforts him to see the same one because he knows what’s coming. We don’t watch TV at all, only movies, and even then it’s like, once a month…if that. I love the idea of using “let it go” in your day to day.
So cute that Frozen is the only movie that your son has ever seen 🙂
Yea, we’re not big TV watchers. Lol. We’re more the go out and play together as a family type. Unless we’re completely burnt out or sicks. 😛
That is the best way! 😉 We love our tv around here, but of course it is about balance.
I love seeing how different everyone is and learning about how they go about their daily life. I find it inspirational.
I am the same 🙂
This sounds like a great movie!