Okay so...Frozen...I was speechless at this movie. I was speechless for completely different reasons than other people's. A BIT OF SPOILERS. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Also, I over-analyze things so if you feel like I'm being too harsh about something, I apologize in advance. I don't hate this movie. Okay let's start here. The word that I said when it ended was..."...What???" There are some plot holes and flaws that need to be fixed so let's get on with it. First I'd like to get out of the way what everyone loves about this movie: The visuals are stunning. Okay? They're GREAT, moving on. In the beginning scene Elsa and Anna are shown as kids and they play and yadda yadda. During the scene with the trolls (oh God, we'll get to these little buggers later), I wondered, "How did Else get her powers and how the hell do these trolls know about it?" Did the trolls give her the power? Was she cursed? Did something happen while her mom was pregnant with like in Tangled? Oh well, it's never explained. Now throughout the song "Do you wanna build a snowman?" the two grow up and GUESS WHAT, THE PARENTS DIE. YEAH, I BET YOU DIDN'T SEE THAT COMING FROM A DISNEY MOVIE. Anyway, when Elsa first said that she couldn't control her powers, why couldn't she? We saw that when she was little she could kind of control it. When Anna was running down the stairs with her as kids, we see her being cautious and obviously feeling something and nothing happens. All of a sudden in her teenage years she can't control it. What, does her powers go through puberty too? And again, I'mwondering what the significance was about the trolls. How did they know so much? After only a few minutes, there's another song. Okay...This song was the one stuck in my head for days. I heard it before I saw the movie and it was catchy. But I can't stand lines like "Don't know if I'm elated or gassy" and "I want to stuff some chocolate in my face". It's not very Disney-like. Okay well, I know they're trying to make the songs funny and enjoyable but they were saying the music in this film was better than the Lion King. I've never heard a Disney song that has a line about being gassy. Well, except for that one song that I despise so much (*cough* Hakuna Matata *cough* But that song sucked anyway PLEASE DON'T HATE). And with the chocolate line. You don't see Belle saying that she wants to stuff her face with the food all the Beast's servants made her. I was actually expecting something like that from Rapunzel. But no, even Rapunzel never did anything like that. Now, through these songs and scenes, we're learning what kind of character Anna is. She is a goofball like Rapunzel. And she gets a bit annoying and comes off a bit dumb. Like did the trolls take away some of her brain cells when they took away her memory? Whatever. But, there is likability in her character. She gets tough at times and doesn't follow the "wanting more" princess story. It's nice to see that since freaking SLEEPING BEAUTY. And then we meet Hans. This guy becomes Anna's "love interest". But I found him uninteresting and forgettable. Oh, did I mention he sings a song with Anna only a few minutes after the last one? -___- Next! One thing I like about the coronation scene is that the animation was so good, you could see and feel her handles trembling as she reached for the golden ball and rod. The Duke, is a weirdo. What the hell is this guy even doing giving orders to Elsa and Anna? They're the rulers not him. They could just blast him and the problem will be solved. So Elsa runs away once everyone sees her and she SINGS ANOTHER SONG. *sigh* I'm not gonna lie though, this song is the best song in the movie. It deserves an award, and it better get that award. Okay so we know she can build stuff of snow, cool. She builds a whole castle and it looks great. But then she builds a dress. ...What??? How? I didn't know she could make cloth. Instead of stopping the Winter she could've just made cool looking sweaters for everybody. But oh my gosh when she lets her hair go, she looks hot. One of the hottest Disney Princesses instantly. I'd put her at #4. Okay NOW I'm gonna talk about Kristoff and Sven. Sven reminds me of Maximus. But he is a hair length less funny, but has more of a purpose. So that's balanced there. Kristoff is a complete utter weirdo, but I like him. He's no Flynn Rider, he's no Aladdin or Prince Charming, so that makes him unique. Heck I don't even think he got married to Anna so he's not a Disney Prince. Alright so Anna asks him to take her up to where Elsa is, and they talk about Hans. Anna is talking about how she loved Hans and so Kristoff asks some questions. Okay so we get to the part that I absolutely DREADED ever since I saw the trailer. Our characters meet Olaf. Surprisingly, I didn't find this character annoying as I thought he would be...until he began to pop up when he wasn't needed. I don't even know what the significance of his song was. So Anna tries to talk to Elsa, Elsa strikes her with magic causing some sort of curse on Anna. Kristoff takes Anna to see the trolls because of a really complicated beginning of the movie. The trolls then sing the worst song of the movie. There's even a line about how Kristoff pees. ...WHAT??? How could this song be as good as "The Lion King" as they were saying? So grandpa troll says that in order the thing that will heal Anna is, say it with me now, true love. Automatically, you know what's gonna happen. Because the minute they conclude this, they're like "We have to get to Hans." It reminded me of Enchanted where Giselle loves Prince Edward, she's sent to New York, spends time with Robert, Prince Edward comes to get her, and they find out her true love is really Robert. Yeah it's predictable what happens next. Or...is it? There was a twist that Hans was the "mastermind" villain. I thought he was gonna kiss her and be like "Oh it's not working, you kiss her Kristoff." just like in Enchanted but no, he locks her in a room and goes off to kill Elsa. I didn't expect that. But the way they built Hans up was as a good guy. Too much good guy. I know that it is a twist but...that just makes him a weak villain. A bunch of stuff happens at this point, Elsa escapes and tries to run, Kristoff comes back for Anna, Olaf tries to bring Anna to Kristoff with her remaining strength, and yeah, there's a blizzard created by Elsa's fear. So Hans lies to Elsa saying that Anna is dead and I'm not gonna go into details because it gets a bit complicated. Basically Anna is faced with a choice and she chooses Elsa and becomes a Frozen statue, saving Elsa from being beheaded. Then everybody is sad, Elsa hugs her, and she unfreezes. .....................-___- I'm not even gonna say it. It gets really sappy and confusing at the end saying that the true love that will set her free is from Elsa. And Elsa finds out to control her powers, she needed love. ..........................WHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT? !?!?! DID SHE NOT LOVE HER SISTER BEFORE? WE CLEARLY SEE THAT SHE LOVED HER WHEN THEY WERE KIDS, AND SHE ONLY HID HERSELF TO PROTECT HER SISTER OUT OF LOVE. WHAT, DID SHE SHUT HER OUT BECAUSE HERE HAIR IS TOO COOL FOR ANNA'S? WHAT?!?!?! So the ending is, Elsa is queen, Arendelle is okay again, and did I mention Elsa can make ice skates too? Oh yeah, she can make leather which is so useful but they don't do anything about it. Okay so that's Frozen. I bashed this movie in this review. Does it mean that I hate it? ...No. I'd being lying if I said I didn't hate some ASPECTS but overall it's a good flick. It's very different form traditional Disney Princess movies, I can tell you that. But here's a flaw that I thought about when they solved the problem: The whole "True Love" aspect. This movie is bringing us something new and yes, kutos to you movie. In fact, at some points, I would forget these two were princesses because they didn't hold the "pretty pretty princess" qualities Princess Aurora or Cinderella had. And that's okay, but then with the true love thing and them being princesses...When Anna makes the choice of saving her sister or getting a kiss from Kristoff, she ditched the kiss and as a result, froze. Then they say the true love that she needed was from Elsa, but...didn't she already love her before? So that's confusing. Elsa already loved her, what more did she need to do to show that? She shut out everything from her life, and you've got to really love someone to do that. So that's my take on it. Overall, the movie is good, the comedy is half and half(half okay and the other half is ugh), visuals are awesome, characters are cool (except for the annoying ones *cough* trolls *cough*), villain is forgettable(I even debate in my mind who or what the villain really is), and there's only two songs that I remember. Guys, this is not better than Disney's classics, but it's still a good movie. In all, Frozen scores 8/10.