Absolutely loved it. Charming, hilarious characters, interesting humor, an out-of-the-norm story for a disney movie, No love triangles, great animation. I give it a 10/10, and it is going on my top five movies list. =)
Going to see it to what I believe is the only screening of it in Denmark with original language, interested to see how much I'll like it, and if I will like it more than Monsters University.
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If it's as good as Tangled, I'm sure I'll love it.
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Just saw it here in Spain... FANTASTIC, and that wasn't even with the original voice cast... I can't wait to see it back in the USA!
Frozen is based off of the Snow Queen, but it is much different than the original tale. (Them being sisters, the snow queen not kidnapping anybody, other Disney elements, a much different story, the Snow Queen was mostly inspiration)
I really liked it, the relationship between the sisters and then Elsa herself was great. I didn't expect the twist either with the prince.
I also enjoyed that the characters each had their own little quirks of sorts, and that Anna would be willing to jump right into marriage makes complete sense given how desperate she was and that she grew up very sheltered.
So yeah, good stuff.
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I'm very put off by the snowman Really, could the design be any worse? I'm gonna see it anyway, it looks nice and since it's setting and designs are inspired by my homecountry I have to give it a chance. I just hope the snowman isn't as annoying as he seems! It's not showing here until the 25th though, so going then with some good friends.
I thought you were talking about this: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1323045/
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Loved it too. Elsa is too awesome.
Their marketing was piss poor though; I didn't expect it to be half that good from the trailers.
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The "Summer" interlude was cute, funny, and entirely unrelated to anything whatsoever.
While I thought the movie was a cute and lighthearted romp thru 'yet another fairytale'...
Who the !@#$ yells "Stop the queen!", in her own !@#$ING castle. on her own !@#$ING coronation day... and DOESN'T get their neck laced up in a hangman's noose ?
It 'worked' in beauty in the beast because they were invaders\liberators and effectively lawless... but in frozen i really didn't click with the idea that suddenly everyone would turn traitor and side with some party guests\tourists against their lawful ruler simply because she could use magic. if anything i'd be like 'awesome, my mom can beat up your mom!'
Saw this opening day with my younger sister, absolutely loved it. And yes, the snowman (Olaf) isn't annoying at all, he's the opposite in fact and thinking back I actually can't think of a single character I found myself wishing had less screen time, all were equally interesting, none overstayed their welcome.
I think my favorite part with Olaf was (as seen in the trailers yet I'll still use spoiler tags) when he was attempting to stop Elsa's snow monster by hugging its leg. Just classically funny.
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Surprisingly, it's the best movie I've seen so far this year (and I've got 28 on the damn list at the moment), and while The Hobbit was always destined to be on the top of my list, it's still an achievement considering my expectations were just above Monsters University.
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