Next Gen: Personal Thaws


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It might be premature in saying this, but Disney seems to have found it’s footing once again.  We’ve have four consecutive good movies so far (Princess and the Frog, Tangled, Wreck-it Ralph, and Frozen), and keep in mind that what many consider the Silver Age of Disney was also made up of four animated features (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King).  Frozen is a movie that captures that Disney magic, and looks at it in a new way.  I can’t really add to the adulation this film already has, but on a personal level, Frozen did to me what every good Disney movie did.  It awaken my senses to the magic and possibilities that are in this world.  And I think that is what Disney really does well.  It turns us all into kids again, tearing down the walls of apathy and indifference we build as we become adults, and lets us see the world as the children we once were.

About Tim Jones

Tim Jones is an ardent fan of the world of comics. When not reading an old Foxtrot collection or doodling, Tim Jones is usually sailing or freerunning. Follow him on Twitter: @Timjones296

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