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  • Summary: The Snow Queen created the world of eternal winter where the polar wind cools human souls and clearness of lines obscure emotions. A girl named Gerda, her pet ferret Luta, and Orm the troll must save her brother Kai and the world.
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  1. Reviewed by: Nick Schager
    Oct 8, 2013
    Snow Queen proves both visually cruddy and narratively muddled.
  2. Reviewed by: Frank Scheck
    Oct 16, 2013
    None of the characters,--whether human, fantastical, or anthropomorphically animal—prove remotely engaging. And the cheap animation, the sort of low-grade CGI endemic to endless direct-to-video efforts, proves visually unappealing.
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  1. Nov 5, 2013
    There is one thing I like and one thing I dislike about this version of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen."

    The one I like is the
    animation keeping on pace with the original story in modern perspective as promised by Wizart Animation officials.

    The one I dislike is the English soundtrack. It sounded and looked like that it was improvised than putting up a good effort. That is not what I've expected from the audio.

    I give this animated feature a "B+." However, I'll give it an "A" if they can do a better job with the English soundtrack, even though it received positive reviews in their home country, Russia.

    But for the record, Wizart Animation of Russia has shown great qualities in the animation business, even though it may look kind of a rip-off to Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, Blue Sky, Illumination, and many other animation studios in America. They have what it takes to produce animated features, and their latest feature, "The Snow Queen" is their runner up.