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The Princess and the FrogHardworking waitress Tian, desperate to fulfill her dreams of one day opening the finest restaurant in New Orleans, is set on a journey to turn a frog prince back into a human being. The fateful kiss leads them both on a hilarious adventure through the mystical bayous of LouisianaKeywords:
Actors of "The Princess and the Frog"
Characters of "The Princess and the Frog"
Directors of "The Princess and the Frog"Ron ClementsBirthdate: 25 April 1953, Sioux City, Iowa, USAJohn MuskerBirthdate: 8 November 1953, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Creators of "The Princess and the Frog"Ron ClementsBirthdate: 25 April 1953, Sioux City, Iowa, USAJohn MuskerBirthdate: 8 November 1953, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Princess and the Frog"New YorkerNovember 26, 2013
The nineteen-twenties jazz-age setting and the primal-adventure storytelling are boilerplate Disney, scrubbed clean of any real local color.Film.comMay 06, 2011
It's a very cute film, a very accessible work for children and families.Time OutFebruary 02, 2010
Randy Newman's songs are a little too blandly Randy Newman-ish and the story is uneven, but there are some great characters, some even better jokes, a general sense of good humour and that entrancing, eye-ravishing old-school animation.At the MoviesDecember 14, 2009
Most of The Princess and the Frog looks more like one of Disney's straight-to-DVD sequels than like their animated classics, and the few big, fun musical set-pieces are brought down by second-rate songwriting.Houston ChronicleDecember 11, 2009
It's nice to know that the studio behind Cinderella can still cast a spell in two dimensions.Globe and MailDecember 11, 2009
Randy Newman provides the score, which, if short of memorable tunes, is rich in authenticity, with a mixture of local flavoured ragtime, zydeco and jazz.National Newspaper Publishers AssociationNovember 08, 2016
A story everyone can enjoy.Reel Film ReviewsAugust 14, 2015
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.Sydney Morning HeraldDecember 07, 2014
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.Canada.comDecember 07, 2014
The styles are varied, but always in tune with the narrative content, ensuring there's never an unwelcome eyeful of colour and motion.Observer (UK)December 07, 2014
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.HitFixDecember 07, 2014
Visually lush, the film strikes me as the most American of the Disney Princess movies, using uniquely American iconography to paint the fairy tale.
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