My Views On: Disney’s Frozen

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My Views On: Disney’s Frozen

Can I just say that Frozen is the best movie in the history of the world? It just has every element of a fantastic movie and it went above and beyond my expectations. I just saw it last night and if you haven’t seen it, GO SEE IT. RIGHT. NOW. (Or, after you finish reading this blog post. Whatever works for your schedule). But the point is, catch it before it goes out of theaters. I guarantee it is worth your time.
The movie is basically about these two sisters named Ana and Elsa. Their parents are the king and queen of Arandelle, and they are the princesses of Arandelle. Elsa has a magic power to freeze solid anything she touches and to create snow and ice out of midair. Ana is just an ordinary person who trusts people too quickly. When they were little, Ana and Elsa were very close. They loved to build snowmen together indoors using Elsa’s powers. But as they got older, Elsa’s powers grew incredibly strong and she could not control them unless she wore gloves. One night, Ana and Elsa were playing in some snow Elsa had created. Elsa was creating more snow when she accidentally froze Ana’s head and Ana was almost killed. After that, their parents made Elsa stay in her room alone for the rest of her life. Even after her parents died, Elsa stayed in her room because her parents always told her, “Conceal. Don’t feel. Don’t let them know.” As one could imagine, Ana got very lonely because her playmate was locked in her room.
When Elsa’s coronation rolls around, the palace gates finally open and Ana is elated. She falls in love with Prince Hans of the Southern Isles, who proposes to her two hours after they met. Ana is so desperate for companionship that she agrees to get married. When they go tell Elsa about their engagement, Elsa is furious. She gets so mad that she unleashes her powers on innocent people and runs away. Little did Elsa know that she cursed Arandelle with a permanent winter. Ana knows that she has to solve the problem, so she sets off in search of her sister. Along the way, she meets the ice-delivery man, Christophe, his reindeer Sven, and the world’s most adorable creature, a talking snowman named Olaf. I cannot reveal any further details other than that because that would defeat the purpose of actually seeing the movie. Overall, Frozen is a heartfelt, hilarious, powerful, feminist, and musical animated adventure that is definitely worth seeing. Did I mention the music is out of this world?

Author: fabulousfeministfangirl

Intersectional feminist and fangirl of many things, including The Voice, Broadway musicals, Glee, and Jane the Virgin.

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