I listened to Let It Go for an hour after I came out to my mum, and ever since then it’s made me cry.
I’ve heard that they’re going to put Elsa in the Disney princess lineup, but I’m really hoping against hope that they don’t. Elsa isn’t a princess, she’s a queen. Not that I’m bashing the princesses, I’m just saying. Putting Elsa in the lineup sorta feels like they’re degrading her from her true title, and I hate that.
I will always get so happy when I remember my eighteenth birthday because it was the first time I saw Frozen and I saw it with my mom, whom I also call my best friend. Although we’ve already given our “favorite mother-daughter Disney movie” title to Brave, we both instantly fell in love with Disney all over again when we saw Frozen, and I can’t think of a better way to have spent my birthday. :)
I’m tired of fans portraying Elsa as weak and delicate. She’s not, vulnerability is not the same as being weak and being scared (especially in her position) is totally normal.
When I first saw Frozen, I was annoyed by the three songs in the beginning, but after that I ended up thinking it was an awesome movie. And thanks to the Frozen fandom on tumblr and all the details and analysis pointed out, the second time I saw it I cried because of its sheer beauty and how amazing it was. I sing Let it Go at least once a day.
I hate it when people say that Anna has ginger hair! it’s strawberry-blonde!
I honestly did not like Frozen. I watched as much of it as I could on multiple occasions, and I tried to love it as much as everyone was gushing about it, but I just couldn’t. I didn’t like the story line, couldn’t invest myself in any of the characters other than Elsa, just all around I didn’t like the movie - and I’m a huge Disney fan. However, the one thing I loved though, was the song ‘Let It Go’. That is probably one of my favorite Disney songs to date.
Lego movie fans need to get off their high horse. There is literary no reason to derail Frozen’s message and overall quality just because you like another animated movie more. Stop comparing them too, they have nothing in common besides a few things. You’re worse than Tangled fans. Oh and P.S. that “message” that Lego movie had wasn’t really that amazing.
I don’t like the fact that people are claiming Let It Go is helping them through so much and how it’s made them into a better person. A song can’t do anything, it’s just a song. It’s not professional help. Sure, it can make you feel better, but it can’t help you psychologically or physically.