Frozen - C+. I was intrigued by the premise and a glowing review I'd read about this movie on a certain Blu-ray website
, but was left more or less unimpressed by this movie. Once you know the premise it goes about where you'd expect it to go.
The Secret of Kells - A. Visually stunning Irish animation about a boy living in a small monastic town during the middle ages who works on a magical book while the town prepares for an imminent barbarian invasion. Just a really good adventure story with Gaelic leanings.
Mary and Max - A. I've watched Adam Elliot mature over the years from making simple stop-motion cartoons about his bizarre family to more elaborate works like Harvey Krumpet and finally here to a full-length feature film featuring some heavy Hollywood talent (Philip Seymour Hoffman as the voice of Max). At times touching, gross, and insightful, this movie is a lot of fun, rather poignant, and expertly animated.