The Princess and the Frog (2009)
Critic Consensus: The warmth of traditional Disney animation makes this occasionally lightweight fairy-tale update a lively and captivating confection for the holidays.
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|Genre:||Animation, Romance, Comedy, Kids & Family, Musical & Performing Arts, Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Directed By:||John Musker, Ron Clements|
|Written By:||Ron Clements, John Musker, Rob Edwards|
|In Theaters:||Dec 11, 2009 Wide|
|On DVD:||Mar 16, 2010|
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as Prince Naveen
as Dr. Facilier
as Mama Odie
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as Young Tiana
as Young Charlotte
as Two Fingers
as Mr. Henry Fenner
as Mr. Harvey Fenner
as Marlon the Gator
as Cousin Randy
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Critic Reviews for The Princess and the Frog
The nineteen-twenties jazz-age setting and the primal-adventure storytelling are boilerplate Disney, scrubbed clean of any real local color.
The sweet finale ensures that the whole thing ends on a positive note, admittedly, but it's simply not enough to compensate for The Princess and the Frog's otherwise lackluster, overly familiar sensibilities.
The backgrounds are beautifully drawn. There are sunny days in the French Quarter, spooky nights among live oaks hung with Spanish moss, and a rousing denouement at the Mardi Gras.
The styles are varied, but always in tune with the narrative content, ensuring there's never an unwelcome eyeful of colour and motion.
With this delightful romantic comedy (produced by CGI expert John Lassiter of Pixar fame), the Disney Studio returns to the traditional, hand-drawn animation style of Walt's classic period.
Audience Reviews for The Princess and the Frog
Cute throwback to Disney movies of the past. I love jazz and the New Orleans setting and this was a great little film. Looked awesome on blu ray and had solid voice acting across the board.
Disney's brief throwback to a traditional hand-drawn animation is this mildly amusing re-creation of the New Orleans of the 1920s with its jazz, voodoo, bayous and an African-American heroine who very conveniently doesn't have to deal with any sort of prejudice in those times.
this movie was a breath of fresh air from all the CG movies at the time, it had fantastic animation, characters, acting, comedy, and songs. By far my favorite character in the movie was the Shadows man/ Dr. Facilier who sings the best song in the whole movie and also has a great voice
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