YouTube channel Screen Junkies has released their honest trailer for Disney’s Frozen. It’s the first time the parody network has taken on an animated film.
Given Frozen’s runaway success, it’s no surprise that they decided to bite the animated bullet. As it turns out, their work with CGI is just as great as it is for their live-action parodies.
“From the studio that finally learned how to make Pixar movies,” the trailer begins. Throughout the 4 1/2 minute “preview” of Frozen you’ll see parodies of the film’s most popular songs including “Let It Go.”
The Honest Trailer also references John Travolta’s infamous moment at the 2014 Oscars earlier this month when he accidentally mispronounced Idina Menzel’s name.
Whether you’re a big fan of Frozen or just a casual one, you’ll enjoy this trailer’s accuracy.
Frozen is now available for Digital Download and arrives on DVD and Blu-ray next week. Look forward to our review of the latter – including the special features – this Thursday! Until then, pre-order it through Amazon.
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