Color Keys from Frozen by Lisa Keene
Frozen had its problems (lolwhitepeople among others) but I really like Elsa and her role in the story so while I’m fine with criticism, please don’t use her to support your own narratives unless you know what you’re talking about
Grovyle states what’s important to him.
A Pokémon just worded my goals in life better than I can.
fuckin incredible the rip-off version of frozen has more diversity than the original disney movie
Quick note!! I’m adding my thoughts but I’m putting all of this under a read-more because I don’t want anyone to be spoiled for the movie if they want to see it! Sorry!!
Man I was gonna type out my own rebuttal but I’m glad I found this person who did all that already!
I watched the movie guys, and I’mma tell you right now Elsa’s uncontrollable powers don’t stem from her choosing her life and running off. They don’t ‘demonize’ her for choosing to be able to use her powers. The story had a much different message, which becomes clearer once you actually watch the movie. (Elsa-centric spoilers below)
I’m so fucking done with this website
"Nobody’s happy in a poodle skirt and a sweater set!"
This movie is possibly the worst example of poor marketing in the history of film. It was marketed as a wacky comedy like Freaky Friday or something, when in fact it is a deeply moving film that is mostly serious with some humorous and lighthearted moments. It’s one of the most profound films about the essence of humanity that I’ve ever seen.
There is a memorable scene in the diner starring an art book that moved me to tears when I first saw it, because I’d never seen such a gut-punching statement about the power of art and human creativity to move the soul, and the central statement about the dulling of the human emotional life through conformity is one that’s stayed with me for years.
After seeing this film, I felt like I looked at the world a little differently.