“Do you want to build a snowman?” Yes, I do. Kids love snowman and they love Disney’s Frozen, too. Even my 5 year old son memorizes the catchy tunes such as “Let It Go” and “Do You Want To Build A Snowman“. And he’ll keep watching Frozen time and time again and not feel bored, which is a good thing since there are good values instilled in the movie. Now, I’m happy to learn that the Oscar-winning Disney flick has become the fifth highest-grossing film of all time. Frozen has grossed a whopping $1.219 billion at the box office overtaking The Iron Man 3 for that 5th spot. Brilliant!
I hope that will encourage many film makers to create more ‘family-friendly’ movies with good moral values like Frozen in the future. Apart from promoting those values, it will encourage parents and children spend more time together. You wouldn’t want to bring your kids to watch ‘KL Gangster‘ or ‘Fast And Furious‘, do you? Well, let’s hope we’ll see more movies like Frozen, Tangle, Lion King or Enchanted. Our Malaysian-made movies like ‘Journey’ dan ‘Papadom’ are also very enjoyable for families to watch.
Disney’s Frozen Ranked No. 1 In Japan
Quite interesting to note that, Frozen was ranked No. 1 in Japan at their weekend box office for eleven straight weeks and stands as the third-highest grossing Western film there ever. It’s a monumental achievement for Disney considering Japan has such a strong local animation tradition, not to mention a tough-to-topple local live-action film industry, in general. Hopefully, Japanese film maker will now move to Disney’s direction after this since I’m quite concerned when I see our kids watching Japanese anime, if you know what I mean. 😀
As for the films that still stand ahead of Frozen, Avatar is the No. 1 movie of all time with $2.78 billion made at the box office. Titanic comes in second with $2.19 billion, The Avengers third with $1.52 billion and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2) fourth with $1.34 billion.
– Disney’s Frozen Is The 5th Highest-Grossing Film Ever!