Top 10 “Let It Go” Covers: Bonus Cover

This just in! Disney literally just uploaded this video.  If you watched the Good Morning America event that was a Frozen sing-a-along across the country, then you saw clips from this new video.  If you haven’t watched it yet, I’ve added it below for you, but this isn’t the bonus song!

The bonus song is the entire song as it was being sang by Anna and Elsa, themselves, from the Walt Disney World Resort with some very special children.

Bonus Song: 

 

(For the Top 10 “Let It Go” Covers, click here for the whole list!)

Enjoy!

-Buzz

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Top 10 “Let It Go” Covers

By now, I’m sure you all have heard the original version of “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen, sang by Idina Menzel.  And if you haven’t, well, you must be living under a very large rock.  Click here for the original song.

Now, the Internet, thanks to YouTube, is flooded with covers of this award-winning song.  I have watched a lot of these covers and have narrowed down my favorites.  I am going to share them all with you right now. WOO HOO! (Just remember these are just my favorite covers of the song.  The original is still my all-time favorite, but I’m not going to include it in this list.)

10.     Elizabeth South

9.      Brian Hull

8.      Sophia and Bella

7.      Jimmy Fallon, Idina Menzel, and The Roots

6.      Maddie and Zoe (You just have to love this one. They are adorable!)

5.      Caleb Hyles

4.      Annelise Forbes (She’s only 9 years old!)

3.      Sam Tsui

2.      The Piano Guys

1.      Alex Boyé featuring One Voice Children’s Choir

Okay, now that you all know my favorites, I want to know which versions you like!  Share with us in the comments, on Facebook, Twitter, or email.  °o°

-Buzz

A New Crowd Is About To Move In.

The Walt Disney Animation Studios is already well underway with the creation of a new film, Big Hero 6.  This film will be an action-packed comedy adventure of Hiro Hamada, a robotics prodigy.   Hiro finds himself wrapped up in an evil plan that has threatened to destroy the city of San Fransokyo.  The city is very high-tech and fast-paced, making this the perfect home for a robotics prodigy.  Hiro gains the help of his closest pal Baymax (who just happens to be a robot) and teams up with a group of first-time crime fighters.  They all set out on a mission to save San Fransokyo.

The film is loosely based on the Marvel comics, “Big Hero 6.”  You can expect comic-book styled action, as well as the heart and humor of Disney Animation we have grown to love.  Using the same technology as Wreck It, RalphFrozen, and Tangled, this film is headed to theaters November 7, 2014.  This will be the first animated Marvel film the Disney Animation Studios will release.

 

-Buzz

Disney’s Frozen Will Melt Your Heart

Well, the Disney Animation team has done it again.  Frozen is a wonderful film about the importance of family.  It teaches you that no matter who your family is, you can’t give up on them.  Elsa and Anna, show us that the love and bond of a sister is much more powerful than that of any other love.

I actually am at a slight loss for words, which rarely happens.  This film is the perfect movie to go see with the family during this holiday season.  It brings fun for the whole family with its perfect charm and humor.  If it was up to me to decide, Princess Anna is the most realistic and easiest to relate to out of all the princesses thus far.  She is quirky and awkward and willing to take matters into her own hands when needed.

The storyline is perfect.  Adapted from Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Snow Queen,” it brings a tear or two to your eyes and makes you laugh a lot.  The film has a familiarity, yet it is so different from the other princess movies.  The artwork and music, alone, makes it a must see.  I felt as if I were watching a Broadway musical from the styles of the magical songs throughout the film.

I just…yeah.  I highly recommend seeing this movie if you haven’t already.  It is now a contender for favorite Disney princess film and definitely makes choosing just one that much harder.  I did not see the film in 3D, but don’t think I missed out on anything.  It was great without it, but I plan on seeing it again in 3D soon.

If you would like to read a more in-depth review with spoilers, click here to visit another blogger who did a wonderful job capturing the film’s magic.

 

-Buzz °o°

 

Have you seen Disney’s latest animated film, Frozen, yet?  What did you think? Share with us your thoughts.