No, it's not a Christmas movie, but it's a family-friendly incorporation of some of the themes of Hans Christian Anderson's "Snow Queen," which would NOT make a good Disney movie.
The songs include the oscar-winning "Let it Go," which is the "Ice Princess" Elsa's version of Wicked's "Defying Gravity," except that the Ice Princess isn't really wicked, not one little bit. She's just victim of a spell that makes her to ice what Midas is to gold, and THAt has made her a danger to everyone she loves.
The real heroine is Anna, who plays the part of Gerda in Anderson's tale, going to the ends of the earth to save someone she loves.
Eventually Anna proves that her love for her sister is stronger than her fading attraction to a fortune-hungry suitor with more brains but no more scruples than Beauty and the Beast's Gaston. A number of nut case broadcasters have drawn all sorts of twisted conclusions from the ending. Apparently the love of a worthless and evil man should have prevailed over the love between sisters. Don't bother listening to those folks, about this movie or anything else they say - they've exposed themselves for the claptrap-loving demagogues that they are. (Who knows, being worthless and evil men themselves, they were probably rooting for the creep.)
If you're one of those people who needs to know if a movie's ending is happy before you go to see it, I'll warn you that the ending is happy, just not for the creep.
By the time you see this, it will be on video and or cable. It's nicely done.