The absolute best part of Frozen, for me, was Olaf the snowman (voiced by the incredible Josh Gad). As far as I’m concerned they could’ve just done a whole Olaf movie. Please tell me they’re doing an Olaf movie.
His song, In Summer was hilarious. I heard it once and have been singing and/or humming it since. A perfect example of what you don’t know is much more important than what you know.
Despite my love of Disney movies, I don’t think I’m part of their new demographic, but at least they’re trying to show strong female role models. I wish they’d get off the Princess kick.
Sure Frozen isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it has it’s amusing and meaningful moments.
I really liked the part where Elsa discovers that she could be who she really was without hurting herself or others.
Anna hopefully learned that if something is too good to be true, it is. Oh and she could be her own person and still find love.
I wish it was less a regurgitation of earlier Disney attempts to appear less patriarchal and more let’s-give-them-strong-female-characters-so-parents-won’t-feel-guilty-for-letting-their-children-watch-this-stuff, but progress can be slow.
Anyone remember Lilo and Stitch? Two sisters, Ohana means family, no one gets left behind. Weird little alien.
New songs, new animation, but the same stuff.