History Awesome / Frozen

17th Sep '17 9:11:43 AM Sharlee
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** You mean ''even'' for a reindeer, he's tough. Sven's depiction throughout the film is an Awesome moment for his ''species'', which for too long has been depicted as cuddly, twee associates of Santa Claus. But ''every'' Arctic animal is as tough as they come, and real reindeer are no exception.

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** You mean ''even'' for a reindeer, he's tough. Sven's depiction throughout the film is an Awesome moment for his ''species'', which for too long has been depicted as the cuddly, twee twee, diminutive associates of Santa Claus. But ''every'' Arctic Arctic-adapted animal is as tough as they come, and real reindeer are no exception.
17th Sep '17 9:09:46 AM Sharlee
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** You mean ''even'' for a reindeer, he's tough. Sven's depiction throughout the film is an Awesome moment for his ''species'', which for too long has been depicted as cuddly, twee associates of Santa Claus. But ''every'' Arctic animal is as tough as they come, and real reindeer are no exception.
17th Jun '17 1:37:40 PM nombretomado
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* The songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez were honored with a written piece by [[TreyParkerAndMattStone Trey and Matt]] for [[http://time.com/70801/kristen-anderson-lopez-robert-lopez-2014-time-100/ Time's 2014 100 Influential People]] article, talking about how the film soundtrack's popularity was well-earned and that the skill they used was what they themselves attempted with the songs on ''Theatre/TheBookOfMormon'', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'', and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''.

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* The songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez were honored with a written piece by [[TreyParkerAndMattStone [[Creator/TreyParkerAndMattStone Trey and Matt]] for [[http://time.com/70801/kristen-anderson-lopez-robert-lopez-2014-time-100/ Time's 2014 100 Influential People]] article, talking about how the film soundtrack's popularity was well-earned and that the skill they used was what they themselves attempted with the songs on ''Theatre/TheBookOfMormon'', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'', and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''.
12th Mar '17 1:03:26 PM AntiDragon4185
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* From what we see of the castle Elsa creates, there are no foundations or load bearing support, just hundreds of tons of Ice clinging onto a steep, precarious slope on the edge of an abyss (and ice isn't the best building material to begin with). Yet she keeps it standing, with no discernible effort, ''by her will alone''. Even in the 21st century, mankind couldn't possibly construct a building like that, but Elsa created it and sustained it all by herself.

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* ** You would think there would be a steep learning curve for Elsa, as she has obsessively suppressed her powers for nigh on thirteen years. Yet upon seeing her conjure such an impressive castle on a whim, on her first attempt, it begins to sink in just how ''powerful'' she can be. The scene isn't just beautiful and poignant; it's an stunning display of Elsa's strength, talent, and creativity, showcasing just what an incredible girl she can be when she believes in herself.
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From what we see of the castle Elsa creates, there are no foundations or load bearing support, just hundreds of tons of Ice clinging onto a steep, precarious slope on the edge of an abyss (and ice isn't the best building material to begin with). Yet she keeps it standing, with no discernible effort, for days, ''by her will alone''. Even in the 21st century, mankind couldn't possibly construct and maintain a building like that, but Elsa created it and sustained it all by herself.herself without breaking a sweat.
12th Mar '17 1:12:24 AM AntiDragon4185
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* From what we see of the castle Elsa creates, there are no foundations or load bearing support, just hundreds of tons of Ice clinging onto a steep, precarious slope on the edge of an abyss (and ice isn't the best building material to begin with). Yet she keeps it standing, with no discernible effort, ''by her will alone''. Even in the 21st century, mankind couldn't possibly construct a building like that, but Elsa created it and sustained it all by herself.
11th Mar '17 6:23:53 PM AntiDragon4185
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** There was no way Anna could have know [[spoiler: that her hand would [[JustInTime turn to ice at that exact moment]]. She was so intent on protecting her estranged sister that she was [[HeroicSacrifice willing to shield Elsa with her own body against a fatal sword blow]].]] This troper still cringes whenever [[spoiler: he sees just how close Anna came to getting her hand split down the middle, [[NervesOfSteel yet Anna herself was reaching to grab the blade even as it fell]].]]
9th Feb '17 4:27:37 PM SPBurke
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* The big one: the song sequence of "Let It Go" where Elsa unleashes the true potential of her power, effortlessly building a massive ice fortress for her to reside in. The scope, the camera angles, all the details Elsa adds to the fortress, conjuring her new dress, it's genuinely awe-inducing. All scored with Idina Menzel's powerful voice.
17th Nov '16 1:45:37 AM harharhar
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** And then Hans pleading with Elsa to not [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope become the monster everyone thinks she is]] by taking their lives. And then making sure that ''they'' don't take ''her'' life either. [[spoiler:Granted, it's in his own interests but it at least helped Elsa to not take a life.]]

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** And then Hans pleading with Elsa to not [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope become the monster everyone thinks she is]] by taking their lives. And then making sure that ''they'' don't take ''her'' life either. [[spoiler:Granted, it's in his own interests but it at least helped Elsa to not take a life.]] Oh, and speaking of this scene, [[spoiler:in just a second, Hans diverts the Duke's Guard's crossbow from being aimed at Elsa to being shot at a small ice chain holding up the chandelier. He's a goddamn good sniper.]]



* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Hans]] is the BigBad, a carefully researched {{Sociopath}}. Didney didn't go around dropping an orgy of foreshadowing; it's only in hindsight that you see it.

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* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Hans]] is the BigBad, a carefully researched {{Sociopath}}. Didney Disney didn't go around dropping an orgy of foreshadowing; it's only in hindsight that you see it.
6th Sep '16 9:48:37 AM Tightwire
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* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Hans]] is the BigBad, a carefully researched {{Sociopath}} who managed to fake being nice ''so'' well that... well, it's awesome that Disney doesn't drop an orgy of foreshadowing and spoilers and clues, okay? You only see it in hindsight, and even then you need a degree in psychology or something. It comes right out and punches you right in the gut.
** [[spoiler:While we're on the subject of Hans, he's notable for ''not'' having an EvilPlan -- just a goal, a lot of chutzpah, and a lot of adaptability, to the point of XanatosSpeedChess.]]

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* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Hans]] is the BigBad, a carefully researched {{Sociopath}} who managed to fake being nice ''so'' well that... well, it's awesome that Disney doesn't drop {{Sociopath}}. Didney didn't go around dropping an orgy of foreshadowing and spoilers and clues, okay? You foreshadowing; it's only in hindsight that you see it.
** The best part? [[spoiler: You knew
it in hindsight, and even then wasn't the end of the movie. You knew his kiss wasn't going to work; it must be Kristoff. But admit it, when Hans turned out to be the BigBad, you need a degree in psychology or something. It comes right out and punches you right in the gut.
** [[spoiler:While we're on the subject of Hans, he's notable for ''not'' having an EvilPlan -- just a goal, a lot of chutzpah, and a lot of adaptability, to the point of XanatosSpeedChess.]]
still went, "YOU WHAAAAAAAA?!"]]
28th May '16 7:58:39 AM Typos
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* The set-up for the above: Due to severe anxiety, Elsa has just lost control of her powers and accidentally frozen their home. Anna has only learned about her sister's powers in this moment, after a whole childhood of estrangement from the sister she loves, and now Elsa has disappeared into the mountains. So what does Anna do? Go after her, of course, not only to save their home, but [[ThePowerOfLove to save her sister]] from her own fear and loneliness. In a way, the entire main part of the film is an act of love from Anna.
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