History Disney / Frozen

23rd May '18 2:15:10 PM StFan
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** Near the end, when it looks like one of the major subplots is going to be solved. It's hard not to feel the impact when what you thought was the entire point of the movie starts falling around your ears ... indeed, when ''decades of Disney tradition'' are subverted in a single soft-spoken line:

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** Near the end, when it looks like one of the major subplots is going to be solved. It's hard not to feel the impact when what you thought was the entire point of the movie starts falling around your ears ...ears... indeed, when ''decades of Disney tradition'' are subverted in a single soft-spoken line:
23rd May '18 9:47:18 AM Sharlee
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** Near the end, when it looks like one of the major subplots is going to be solved. It's hard not to feel the impact when what you thought was the entire point of the movie starts falling around your ears.

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** Near the end, when it looks like one of the major subplots is going to be solved. It's hard not to feel the impact when what you thought was the entire point of the movie starts falling around your ears.ears ... indeed, when ''decades of Disney tradition'' are subverted in a single soft-spoken line:
7th May '18 10:08:14 AM fruitstripegum
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* {{Woolseyism}}: The Hebrew dub of "Fixer-Upper" uses Hebrew slang with no direct English translation -- the noun "Kombina", adjective "Kombinator". The noun can mean a quick scheme to cheat the system, a quick but unreliable solution to a problem, or slang for making something good but ironic -- the adjective can mean somebody who makes kombinas (who would be a bit of a crook) but also a person who can make his way out from every hard situation against a system, or a person who knows how to manage things well and can help others to get out of problems. With the addition of the verb "kombine" -- which would be used in the context of "To kombina" -- there is a lot of ''Hebrew'' wordplay throughout the whole song.
-->'''Translation:''' So he's kind of a kombinator and there's no pride in it, Kombine this kombinator with a little bit of love\\
'''Translation:''' So she makes kombinas herself, but in matchmaking
29th Apr '18 5:34:30 PM fruitstripegum
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* VillainExitStageLeft: Anna punchs Hans off the ship for lying to her, then he is thrown into a jail cell onto a ship back to the Southern Isles to face punishment for such.



* VillainExitStageLeft: Anna punchs Hans off the ship for lying to her, then he is thrown into a jail cell onto a ship back to the Southern Isles to face punishment for such.
24th Apr '18 9:29:09 AM Njein
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The trolls entertain True Love's Kiss as being only ''one'' of the ways to save a frozen heart, but [[spoiler:Hans clearly believes that "True Love" can only come from the love of a man and a woman. He doesn't consider the love of siblings, though given his own relationship with his brothers and what Anna had told him about her relationship with Elsa, [[FreudianExcuse of course he wouldn't.]] Additionally, his reaction to Anna's HeroicSacrifice has left him [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove dumbfounded and perplexed]]. And when he utters his WhamLine, he also assumes that nobody gives a damn about Anna (based on his personal experience), when it's already been established many times that there are others (Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, the trolls, her parents) who actually do care for her.]]

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The trolls entertain True Love's Kiss as being only ''one'' of the ways to save a frozen heart, but [[spoiler:Hans clearly believes that "True Love" can only come from the love of a man and a woman. He doesn't consider the love of siblings, familial love, though given his own relationship with his brothers and what Anna had told him about her relationship with Elsa, [[FreudianExcuse of course he wouldn't.]] Additionally, his reaction to Anna's HeroicSacrifice and her KirkSummation about him being "frozen-hearted" has left him [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove dumbfounded and perplexed]]. And when he utters his WhamLine, he also assumes assumed that nobody gives a damn cared about Anna (based on his own personal experience), experience, and what he witnessed so far about Anna and Elsa), when it's already been established many times that there are others (Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, the trolls, her parents) who actually do care for her.]]
24th Apr '18 12:26:10 AM 177624601
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Followed by ''Disney/FrozenFever'' and ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure''.
24th Apr '18 12:09:53 AM 177624601
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Followed by ''Disney/FrozenFever'' and ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure''.
19th Apr '18 5:40:54 AM N8han11
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*** It's also a strong implication that by removing the memories that contained magic, it would give Elsa a chance to learn how to properly learn how to wield and master her powers without her sister begging her to use them for games. As it's shown at the end of the film, Elsa is more than happy to play with her powers because she now knows how to properly control them.



*** Actually in real life people have survived falls from ''aeroplanes'' by landing in the snow with nothing else but but sprained limbs or the occasional broken bones. Remember that they fell from an ''aeroplane'' not a 200 foot cliff and ''lived'' with ''minor injuries.''
19th Apr '18 4:54:42 AM CthonisPrincess
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*** Actually in real life people have survived falls from ''aeroplanes'' by landing in the snow with nothing else but but sprained limbs or the occasional broken bones. Remember that they fell from an ''aeroplane'' not a 200 foot cliff and ''lived'' with ''minor injuries.''
19th Apr '18 4:25:43 AM CthonisPrincess
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*** It's also a strong implication that by removing the memories that contained magic, it would give Elsa a chance to learn how to properly learn how to wield and master her powers without her sister begging her to use them for games. As it's shown at the end of the film, Elsa is more than happy to play with her powers because she now knows how to properly control them.
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