I'm one of those girls who still watch Disney movies at 23 ok don't judge me :\
But before anything, Frozen is definitely a movie that mature grown-up ladies would love. I mean, look at Elsa and Anna's hairstyles, makeup and costumes. And if you type "frozen" and "tutorial" on the youtube search bar, you'll see how girls from all over the world are trying to recreate their elegant sweet looks.
This is a Disney princess adventure I won't lie. It has its "true love will win at the end" side. But there are still surprises in its plot that make it less Snow White like.
(If you havent watched and you plan to do so I'd advice you not to scroll down :P)
The first thing is Prince Hans. Most of the princesses I knew fall in love with their princes at first sight, and then they'll go through some adventures, and at the end they'll live happy ever after. Well, this Hans first comes out like all other princes I have seen before, looking at Anna with those loving eyes and his gentle smile, but later he turns out to be a power-hungry prince who wants to marry Anna just because he can then later climb to the throne of Arendelle. He makes it clear that it's because Anna wants accompany so bad it becomes easy for him to get near.
The ending is a twist too. Anna and Kristoff have been running all the way back to Arendelle so that Anna can get kissed by Hans, whom she thinks is her true love. But it turns out that Hans is a villain. So Anna thinks maybe Kristoff can help, so she runs to him. But at the very end, the true love is the sisterhood between Elsa and Anna, and that saves her life. I mean, unlike those traditional princesses who got kissed and saved by some unknown princes from far away or whom she has just known in the ball, this true love between sisters is way more convincing and valuable.
I've been looping the songs in the soundtrack since I watched the movie, and this keeps me constantly in the Frozen mood.
Both versions of Let It Go are my personal favourite. It tells Elsa's feelings when she finally has had enough of hiding her talents and fear of hurting people and as she runs away to the mountains she feels relieved. Among all of the unsung tracks, I love the melody of Vuelie the most.