I think it's one of the most overrated movies ever. Not only does never explain *why* Elsa has Ice magic, but it was nothing like what I was promised in the trailer.
Instead of delivering the hilarious movie starring a snowman, they gave me one huge romantic subplot. The entire plot is a cinematic cliche. While I will grant it that it taught little girls not to fall so much for a guy they just met like is so common in fairy tales, it has her ending up with a man who, need I point out, she met some time *after* the other guy. She met prince Evil first, and *then* Kristoff. If she should've left the one guy because she hasn't known him that long, then she shouldn't be with Kristoff either!
This movie is cinima's Destiny (that is, iti s the cinematic equivalent of the vidoegame Destiny, which was the biggest letdown in recent gaming history.)
Oh, and then there's the fact that in the finished product Olaf was a completely unnecessary character. If he was annoying he'd be Jar-jar Binx.
To summarize it's an awesome movie. Princess Anna is unlike any Disney princess before her. She's not graceful, delicate, one with nature, etc, she's clumsy, goofy, and, probably most surprising, self reliant. Kristoff is far from your typical hero, not only is he not a prince, he doesn't even save the day. Instead he's instead he's basically just a random guy, who's Anna's partner not her savior. Queen Elsa is complicated character, afraid of who she is and what she can do she isolates instead of reaching out. Even after her wonderful song her life is still sadly run by fear to the point that she even hurts loved ones, one can relate even without having magical ice powers. The songs are enjoyable and the humor timely and funny. Overall it's a fantastic movie.
On a side note, it's a Disney movie. It's based on fairy tales why would they have to explain why Elsa had powers? Did sleeping beauty or Cinderella need to explain why their were fairies? Or how a mermaid could exist in the little mermaid? Kind of an odd complaint. Why does Elsa have powers because she was born with them. How is that possible because it's a world where magic exists.
Here's why: -Elsa was a queen. -The song. -Elsa was the first one to realize that you cannot marry a person within a day/few days of meeting them. -Olaf exists. To be honest, I don't understand the obsession either. I guess it is because it was different.
Because all the cool people like it, which makes it a generally likable movie, and if you don't like it, something's wrong with you. Your not alone, the movie actually isn't really amazing, Meet the Robinson and Wreck it Wralph are a lot better.
I think it's because the OLD Disney movies were all about the girl sitting on her ass then one day this random dude pounces up from nowhere and they make out and happy end, thus showing a completely irrealistic representation of male/female relationships, apart from Beauty and the Beast which can be seen as Stockholm syndrome and abduction.
So Frozen is like "yeah that was kinda stupid wasn't it" and people cheer
I think Inside Out was more interesting, being about empathy, what being "human" means and depression and all
Olaf was horrible I'm all for major supporting characters. Donky Puss in Boots Mater (Cars 1, not 2) Dory Piglet Pascal Pegasus Sebastian Timon and Pumba Mushu Genie
Olaf was fucking useless though
Also, Elsa was a total bitch the entire movie
That fucking song.
It puts the nail in the coffin when you add in the injected feminism and now the LGBT bugging Disney to pander to them along with Captain America
I still like the movie. I don't think it's a bad movie
I wouldn't dare compare it to Destiny though, because unlike Destiny, the audience give it high praise even after the reviews come out and it's been out a while, and not from just kids either. A 70 in a movie is MUCH different than a 70 in a game