Top Movie Critics Give ‘Princess And The Frog’ Movie Great Reviews

Top Movie Critics Give ‘Princess And The Frog’ Movie Great Reviews

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Top movie critics give ‘Princess And The Frog’ movie great reviews. Walt Disney’s new animated comedy, “The Princess and the Frog” hit theaters today,and the reviews from top movie critics in the biz are in.They apparently loved it, for the most part, as they gave it great reviews,with mostly As and Bs,and only one C.

Wesley Morris at the Boston Globe gave it a B-. He stated, “In the year of America’s first black president, it makes sense that Disney would introduce its first black princess. On the surface, this feels revolutionary.”

Roger Ebert from the Chicago Sun-Times gave it a B rating. He said it was, “sweet and entertaining.” Geoff Berkshire over at the Chicago Tribune gave it a B as well. He said, “Disney’s return to the fairy tale musical is fun, but not quite magical.”

Dezhda Gaubert over at E! online said it was, “an instant classic,” and gave it a whopping A grade.

Lisa Schwarzbaum at “Entertainment Weekly” gave it another A rating. She said the film was “marvelous.” Jesse Hassenger from gave it a B rating,stating, “bursting with color and life.”

Kirk Honeycutt from Hollywood Reporter rated it an A-. He said, “Disney brilliantly rediscovers hand-drawn animation and the value of story.” The Los Angeles Times’ Betsy Sharkey gave it an A-. She said, “The hand-drawn animated Disney film set in jazz-soaked 1920s New Orleans is a refreshing, lively version of the fairy tale.”

Lou Lumenick from the New York Post gave it a B rating. He stated, “tunefully delightful, crowd-pleasing.” Manohla Dargis at the New York Times gave it the only C+ rating. She said, “That finale, like the story itself, represents progress of a kind, I suppose, even if this princess spends an uncommonly long time splashing around as a frog.”

Claudia Puig over at USA Today gave it another B rating. She said the movie was “classic, whimsical Disney.” “The Princess and the Frog” movie is in theaters now.

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4 Responses

  1. Ms. Nolpi says:

    Well I am very sadden that the ending of this movie was reveiled on this site. I never seen the movie I just wanted to see how the ratings were. I am so happy that after so many years of having a white princess, we finally gave a beautiful African American princess a chance to shine. I am so happy to say that Tiana is a collectable with all the other princess dolls.

  2. jwt says:

    The ad I saw showed a croc and a frog, I thought the princess was a crocodile
    Instead it was a ….black woman, false advertising
    And the prince is ….arabic or muslim
    This is Obama multi ethnic brainwashing again to innocent KIDS now
    i’m scared my kid will rememeber the movie
    Dont go back home like a loser with a bad taste in your mouth, ask
    your money back like me! Go spend it on Avatar

  3. sksk says:

    jwt you’re a fking racist.
    there’s nothing NOT innocent about multi ethnicity.
    and there are various ads for movies and you’re dumb enough to rely on one partiular version. any person who watched the trailer can tell u the princess get turned into a frog.
    boo you.

  4. i 2 agree w/ sksk i luff the movie and as a matter of fact i saww itt earlier 2day 4 the 1st time i wanted 2 c what reviews itt gott and idk y itt would gett a C (itt wasent a good enough reason y itt gott C anyway-no offense) i believe the movie was gr8-i give itt an A+ because its a different kind of princess film-its more “jazzy” and more enjoyable-this will definetly go into the vault and be cherrished 4 many more years 2 come!

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