Olaf's Frozen Adventure

Movie review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 5+

Sweet, charming holiday special is better than you heard.

G 2018 22 minutes

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 10 reviews

Kids say

age 4+

Based on 4 reviews

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age 5+

happy holidays

it better than I remember it it about where Olaf hears about Christmas Traditions and feels bad for Elsa and Anna when he finds out they don’t have any so he ventures out with Sven to find them some it got a lot of good songs and of course a few funny bits when it comes to Olaf and in the end he did bring out something special to Elsa and Anna if your kiddos liked frozen they’ll definitely like this

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age 2+

Adorable

Saw this with my 3 year old. Very cute, she likes it and it has a cute message about holidays being about family, not stuff. The shirt plot: Olaf travels Arendelle to gather “traditions” for Anna and Elsa (since they don't have any). In an accident, he loses all the stuff and gives up. Meanwhile, looking through keepsakes - the sisters realize making a snowman & snowman themed crafts has always been their tradition. They find Olaf and show him that he’s their tradition - and then cheer him up with a song about how they don’t need presents or bells, being together is the best gift. There are obviously sad parts -the girls not having a tradition, Olaf losing his sleigh and feeling like a failure. That’s part of life and they work through it. If you want to let your little one watch a short holiday-themed film this is a good one. *Note: Though the theme is obviously Christmas, there is not any real religious content.

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