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FILM DETAILS
Certificate U
Cast
Anika Noni Rose
Terrence Howard
John Goodman
Keith David
Oprah Winfrey
Bruno Campos
Directors
Ron Clements
John Musker
Screenwriters
Running Time
97 minutes

The Princess And The Frog
One day my Anura Amphibia will come…


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The Princess And The Frog

Plot
Tiana (Rose) works two waitressing jobs in order to earn enough to buy her own restaurant. Naveen (Campos) is a lazy prince who is turned into a frog by a voodoo man (David). When frog-Naveen persuades Tiana to kiss him in the hope of transforming back, she too becomes an amphibian, and the pair set off in search of a cure…


Verdict
Exactly as good as Musker and Clements’ earlier efforts, so a return to the form of Disney’s early 1990s classics. The animation is gorgeous, the heroine feisty and the animals amusing — but this may be too scary for the very small.


Reviewed by Helen O'Hara

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