History Disney / Frozen

18th Jul '16 9:21:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: In the illustrated book "Anna's Act of Love/Elsa's Icy Magic", [[spoiler:the chains on Elsa during her time in the dungeon are merely the standard shackles around the wrist, leaving her hands free and indicating a lack of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy foresight]] by Hans. As Elsa points out, this was ultimately a moot point]].

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* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: In the illustrated book "Anna's Act of Love/Elsa's Icy Magic", [[spoiler:the chains on Elsa during her time in the dungeon are merely the standard shackles around the wrist, leaving her hands free and indicating a lack of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy foresight]] foresight by Hans. As Elsa points out, this was ultimately a moot point]].



* DangerouslyGenreSavvy:
** Elsa uses her hands to cast the majority of her ice magic, hence why her parents make her wear gloves to hide it. [[spoiler:When Hans holds her captive in the castle dungeons, he makes sure that her hands are completely encased in heavy metal gauntlets in order to neutralize her. It doesn't stop her (she freezes the gauntlets until they become so brittle that they shatter), and it barely even slows her down]].
** Also [[spoiler: Hans knew that Anna, who had spent most of her life sheltered and alone, would be desperate to find love. He even says that while Elsa may seem like the obvious choice of bride to get on the throne, Anna is a much easier target. He has her convinced he's her true love until (what they believe is) the last moment.]]
11th Jul '16 6:27:41 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextHero: Elsa is the only magical being in the entire film, which is one of many reasons why she is depressed. She's so out there and powerful that the antagonists have no real means of countering her, except to attack her very human side.

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* OutsideContextHero: OutsideContextProblem: Elsa is the only magical being in the entire film, which is one of many reasons why she is depressed. She's so out there and powerful that the antagonists have no real means of countering her, except to attack her very human side.
5th Jul '16 9:01:51 PM Tofudude
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* OrphansOrdeal: Anna and Elsa's parents lose their lives in a storm on their way to visit a foreign kingdom by sea at the beginning of the film. This robs Elsa of the 2 people who know what she's through, strains Anna and Elsa's failing relationship further than it already was, and forces Elsa to become queen at the young age of 21, a responsibility that she is by no means ready for.

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* OrphansOrdeal: Anna and Elsa's parents lose their lives in a storm on their way to visit a foreign kingdom by sea at the beginning of the film. This robs Elsa of the 2 people who know what she's going through, strains Anna and Elsa's failing relationship further than it already was, and forces Elsa to become queen at the young age of 21, a responsibility that she is by no means ready for.
28th Jun '16 1:34:59 PM GreeneMachine92
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* [[spoiler:Prince Hans]] from ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' is largely indirect from the conflict with the eternal winter, taking advantage of a situation instead of causing it, with his main purpose being [[spoiler:someone for Anna to protect Elsa from and preform an ActOfTrueLove]]. A strange example, as [[spoiler:there is a reason for Hans ''existing'' (to inadvertently start off the conflict by trying to take the throne), but not much reason for him being a villain besides being part of the moral about true love]].

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* PlotIrrelevantVillain [[spoiler:Prince Hans]] from ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' is largely indirect from the conflict with the eternal winter, taking advantage of a situation instead of causing it, with his main purpose being [[spoiler:someone for Anna to protect Elsa from and preform an ActOfTrueLove]]. A strange example, as [[spoiler:there is a reason for Hans ''existing'' (to inadvertently start off the conflict by trying to take the throne), but not much reason for him being a villain besides being part of the moral about true love]].
28th Jun '16 1:30:03 PM GreeneMachine92
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* [[spoiler:Prince Hans]] from ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' is largely indirect from the conflict with the eternal winter, taking advantage of a situation instead of causing it, with his main purpose being [[spoiler:someone for Anna to protect Elsa from and preform an ActOfTrueLove]]. A strange example, as [[spoiler:there is a reason for Hans ''existing'' (to inadvertently start off the conflict by trying to take the throne), but not much reason for him being a villain besides being part of the moral about true love]].
23rd Jun '16 10:35:54 PM capretty
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** During the coronation, when Anna is announced she runs on stage and awkwardly waves at the crowd. If you look at the bottom of the screen one of the guests waves back at her.
22nd Jun '16 12:27:09 PM katrinahood
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* SiblingMurder: Elsa nearly accidentally killed her sister as a child. They were playing with Elsa's [[AnIcePerson ice powers]] when Elsa slipped and hit Anna in the head. Anna was saved by trolls but afterwards their parents separated the sisters. Years later [[spoiler:this occurs again when Elsa accidentally freezes Anna's heart during a panic attack. Anna turns to ice in the climax but is revived through ThePowerOfLove]].
9th Jun '16 2:13:56 PM BURGINABC
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* FailedASpotCheck: Elsa apparently doesn't notice that she accidentally caused an endless winter until Anna tells her even thought the mountain she is on is covered in snow.

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* FailedASpotCheck: Elsa apparently doesn't notice that she accidentally caused an endless winter until Anna tells her even thought her, or at least she isn't aware of how far it extends, which is strange because Arendelle can easily be seen from the mountain she is on is covered in snow.mountainside.
6th Jun '16 11:51:26 AM Silverblade2
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* FailedASpotCheck: Elsa apparently doesn't notice that she accidentally caused an endless winter until Anna tells her even thought the mountain she is on is covered in snow.
5th Jun '16 8:11:22 PM BURGINABC
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* ArmorPiercingResponse: Elsa's refusal to bless her engagement to Hans leads to this:
-->'''Elsa''': Anna, what do you know about true love?\\
'''Anna''': More than you! All you know is how to shut people out!\\
[''Elsa is visibly shocked'']
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