Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Screening: Frozen

Update: All winners have been notified.  Thank you everyone for entering the contest!

Screening Date: Wednesday, November 20
Time: 7:30 PM
City: Washington, DC
Theater: AMC Georgetown


In Frozen, princess Anna (Kristin Bell) sets off on a journey with mountain man Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) to find her sister, and soon-to-be queen, Elsa (Idina Menzel) after their kingdom becomes trapped in a magical, eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf (Josh Gad), Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.  Frozen is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen. We have passes for a screening of Disney's latest film for Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 7:30 PM.
We will be selecting winners on Friday. To qualify, you MUST be a fan of Watch or Pass on Facebook, so if you haven't "liked" us yet, please go there and do so now. After that, please comment on this blog post (using Disqus, so we have an email address to contact you at) with your answer to the question: Who is your favorite Disney princess?

47 comments:

  1. Mulan - she's brave, smart, witty, and thinks quick on her feet.

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  2. Hi! So excited about this movie. I like snow white because I apparently look like her :D. Also, I know a little about being abused by your family and having your life in danger, so I relate to her on many levels.

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  3. Up until now? I'm gonna go with Rapunzel. I don't care what Disney says; Merida was a Pixar release and doesn't count.

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  4. I really like Belle from Beauty and the Beast. Nice story.

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  5. My favorite Disney princess is Merida from last year's Disney film, Brave. I embraced her independent spirit to fight for her personal convictions and her courage to break the spell to win back her mom.

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  6. Favorite princess is Belle, because she sacrificed herself to save her father. And she had a noble heart to love the Beast for who he was.

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  7. I'd say Beauty and the Beast because it has a great message.

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  8. Princess Tiana the Frog Princess

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  9. Tiana - just a more relate-able modern day princess

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  10. Merida from Brave. Loved this movie.

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  11. I'm gonna go with Ariel because that was the first Disney movie I watched with my step daughter and she loves her.

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  12. Belle by far. She's a book nerd, just like me.

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  13. Pocahontas - I would run around barefoot, roll around in the leaves and my father use to have a raccoon for a pet. This was the story of my childhood

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  14. Ariel is my favorite princess!

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  15. Hmm...Hard one. I'll go with Tiana.

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  16. Looking forward to treating my honor roll student with this great prize!

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  17. .This should be a nice holiday treat..:)

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  18. Snowwhite - This was my band name in high school.

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