Everything was perfect in the kingdom of Arendelle, until four spirits are awoken and bring destruction. It is now up to Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven to find the truth of why these spirits are angry.
Once upon a time there lived a prince and a queen who both could sing really well. They lived in harmony for a long time, until the prince was attacked and a sword made half of his face look like an animal.
Ella is just like any other girl, except for one thing. When she was little, she was going a gift, that is also a curse. She was given the gift of obedience.
Mary is a very busy woman! She is constantly working at her job and trying to manage a relationship with a man at the same time. When she finally gets a vacation, she goes hiking on a trail and finds a lodge that she used to go to.
This movie is based off the old story of Rapunzel. In this movie, Rapunzel was taken from her family by a evil woman who wanted Rapunzel’s hair. You see, Rapunzel’s hair is magic, and can heal a wound or keep someone young. The latter is what the evil woman wants. Rapunzel doesn’t know any better, so she goes along with it.
Anna and Elsa are sisters who loved to spend time with each other. They played all together and had fun. That was until Elsa struck Anna with her powers that she had gained.
Mia Thermophilus was an average girl. Well, at least she thought. When her grandmother tells her she is a princess, Mia doesn’t like the idea. She claims she likes being nobody, but she agrees to give it a try.
Ethan Cooper had a normal, boring job– until he got caught doing the one thing you shouldn’t be doing… fixing people’s computers for free.
In classic Hallmark style comes this 2011 movie originally entitled “A Thanksgiving Engagement” but renamed so that it could be shown during the Christmas season. It follows a typical Romantic Comedy plot with a setup, things are going well, the twist and then the happy ending.