In the middle of "For the First Time In Forever", while she's singing about how excited she is for the gates to open: "Don't know if I'm elated or gassy, but I'm somewhere in that zone!"
In that same scene, she's dancing around with a bust, then loses her grip. It lands on top of a cake. The way the cake squashes, it looks like a gruff man wearing a dress◊.
Anna going back to the room of paintings and imitating the positions of all the women in them. While singing about her being "the picture of sophisticated grace", to boot. She even drapes herself up in a curtain at one point, saying "Tonight imagine me gowned and all, fetchingly draped against the wall! The picture of sophisticated grace!" And whacks herself in the face with a cord while doing so. Even better, it looks like she's trying to imitate Elsa by doing that.
If you listen carefully, she's also doing a brief imitation of Elsa's dark-toned vocal style!
Right after talking about sophisticated grace: "I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face!"
Anna falls into a creek, and is muttering "Cold-cold-cold-cold!" as her dress gets frozen stiff, and her walking around with that frozen dress to Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna.
The fact that they actually reference Joan of Arc, who was burned at the stake, in a film about coldness and snow is kinda funny in a darkly ironic way. Added irony/pun because she told a picture to hang in there.
And in another moment, when she sings about watching the hours tick by, she starts making tick tock noises with her mouth.
Doubles as Awesome because if both sisters grew up looking at and identifying with a picture of Joan of Arc, it's likely they would have seen her as a role model, and thus both picked up her virtues of courage and self-sacrifice.
When Anna is telling Kristoff about Elsa's reaction to her engagement, Kristoff is in disbelief that Anna got engaged to a guy she just met and they have this exchange:
Kristoff: Didn't your parents ever warn you about strangers? Beat Anna: Yyyeeeeess, they did. *scoots away*
Anna attempting to climb the cliff without any climbing skills:
Kristoff: I wouldn't put my foot there...or there.
She doesn't get far off the ground either:
Anna: Please tell me I'm almost there. [The camera cuts to a wide shot of Anna to show that despite her intensive climbing, she's barely four feet off the ground] Does the air seem a bit thin to you up here?
Kai [knocking]: Princess Anna? Anna:[sits up, her hair an absolute mess] Huh? Yeah. Kai: Sorry to wake you. Anna: No no no no, you didn't wake me. [yawns]I've been up for hours![She dozes off, then startles awake] Who is it? Kai: ...Still me, ma'am. The gates will open soon. Time to get ready. Anna:[rubs her eyes] Of course! ...Ready for what? Kai: Your sister's coronation, ma'am. Anna: My sister's... corneration... [she sees her coronation dress; her eyes bolt wide open] It's coronation day!
Though the scene itself is serious, there are some from "For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)":
Anna:Actually, we're not. Elsa:What do you mean, "you're not?" Anna:I get the feeling you don't know. Elsa:What do I not know? Anna:Arendelle's in deep, deep, deep, deep...snow.
Look closely and you'll notice Elsa rolls her eyes right before she says, "What do I not know?" as if she's thinking "Oh, what now?"
The whole exchange, although heartbreaking in some ways, actually comes across as quite amusing as every time Elsa starts telling her to leave, Anna starts up the happy duet again, seemingly not getting Elsa's sober mood. It comes across almost exactly like her badgering Elsa to play with her at the beginning of the movie.
While Elsa is already in emotional turmoil after finding out about the freeze, Anna certainly doesn't make things better:
Anna's reaction after Elsa creates Marshmallow to send her packing is to angrily exclaim, "IT IS NOT NICE TO THROW PEOPLE!"
Which is where Kristoff first calls her the nickname 'feistypants'. D'aaw.
While it happens at a very crucial moment, there's something hilarious about Hans and the servants' collective reactions when they see that the first thing Anna does upon returning is cry out desperately for Hans to kiss her. Especially how one of the servants just smiles and says "We'll leave you two alone..."
Anna: (after Kristoff announces he's coming with her) You are!? I mean, sure! I'll let you tag along!
Anna gripes about how she wishes Elsa had the ability to turn the country into a tropic oasis instead of a winter wasteland:
Anna: Snow! It had to be snow! She couldn't have had tropical magic that covered the f-fjords in white sand and warm...[sees the smoke from the chimney on Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna]...fire!
Most moments with Olaf tend to end up as these.
"So cute, it's like a little baby unicorn!" (Anna pushes his carrot through his head. He likes it even better that way though)
When Olaf starts to melt by the fireplace.
"Some people are worth melting for. (holds drooping snow up) Just maybe not right this second."
The entirety of "In Summer," Olaf's song about wanting to experience the summers he always heard about. It is pretty much a send-up of a Bubsy-Berkley, Rankin-Bass TV special dance number, with cartoon-ish seagulls as backup dancers. We see Olaf in shades, in a hot tub, playing on the beach, dancing around sand people, and relaxing on a picnic blanket! It's also hilarious because Olaf is completely unaware he'll melt in this weather, yet he's so happy and enthusiastic about how much fun he thinks he'll have! When he gets to the line "Winter's a good time to stay home and cuddle, but put me in summer and I'll be a—", he skirts around the mention of the word "puddle" when he approaches one, and instead jumps over it and belts out "HAPPEEEEEEEE SNOWMAN!"
"And I'll do whatever snow does... in SUMMEERRRRR!"
"My snow up against the burning sand!"
The selling point is the sheer Black Comedy of not only having a snowman dancing around on a sunny day, but the fact that literally every single thing Olaf does during the song is something which will only make him melt faster.
Anna's and Kristoff's reactions during the song are priceless.
Kristoff: I'm gonna tell him. Anna: Don't you dare!
And after the song is over...
Kristoff:[With a horrified expression] Somebody's gotta tell him.
Anna and Kristoff are also equally confused at why they have a random appearance in the number having a picnic lunch, holding ridiculously large sandwiches (though they are still wearing their winter clothing). Sven however pays no mind and just eats away.
The gang is sledding back into Arendelle and Kristoff tells Olaf not to expose himself to others. Olaf says he won't and slides behind a house and this happens:
"I don't have a skull... Or bones." It's the delivery that makes it. Even better is the fact that Anna and Kristoff completely ignore this comment. At this point, it's pretty clear that they've gotten used to Olaf's strange non-sequiturs.
When Elsa reverses the winter:
Olaf: Hands down, this is the best day of my life...[his twig arm falls off, hands down, indeed]...and quite possibly the last.
Elsa: Oh, Olaf! Hang on, little guy. [uses her magic to recreate Olaf and gives him a personal storm cloud]
Olaf: [gasps] My own personal FLURRY! [giggles]
When he's cooing to Sven after the gang falls down a cliff, Kristoff separates them with an extremely creeped out look.
Kristoff: Don't talk to him that way.
When he finally realizes that he's been calling Kristoff the wrong name all this time.
"Never mind, Anna, he doesn't love you enough to leave you forever."
And he falls off the window. And, "There's your act of love right there! Riding across the fjords like a valiant, pungent reindeer king!"
When noticing Anna is a bit hesitant before knocking on Elsa's door: "Why isn't she knocking? Do you think she doesn't know how to knock?"
When Anna tells the guys they can't come into Elsa's castle with her, she specifically tells them to give her a minute. Dejectedly, Olaf starts quietly counting. Made even funnier when Olaf sits down besides Kristoff, and Kristoff starts sadly counting with him from four. Exactly one minute of film time later, in the middle of Anna's attempt to convince Elsa to return to Arandelle:
Elsa: You belong down in Arandelle.
Anna: So do you!
Elsa: No, Anna, I belong here, alone. Where I can be who I am... without hurting anybody.
Anna: Actually, about that?
Olaf: ....58, 59, 60! [Elsa turns her head, trying to find out where the voice is coming from]
Elsa: Wait, what is that? [Olaf has come running in]
Olaf: Hi! I'm Olaf and I like warm hugs!
Olaf: You built me. Remember that?
Elsa: And you're alive?
Olaf: Yeah, um, I think so?
[Elsa looks at her hands, surprised to learn that she could do such a thing as create life]
It's even funnier when you notice how Elsa's initial reaction to seeing Olaf is mild confusion and disbelief, in comparison with Anna's initial response of kicking Olaf's head off.
This line when they land after Marshmallow drops them off the cliff:
Olaf: I can't feel my legs! I CAN'T FEEL MY LEGS! [panicking while wiggling Kristoff's boots] Kristoff: Those are my legs. [Kristoff bursts out of the big pile of snow beneath Olaf]
When Kristoff sees Anna's hair turning white.
Anna: Does it look bad? Kristoff:(beat) No. Olaf: You hesitated. Kristoff: No, I...I didn't.
Coupled with Olaf lifting up his head just so he can be in the frame when he says his line.
When Anna, Kristoff and Sven meet Olaf for the first time.
Olaf: And who's the funky-looking donkey over there? [pointing to Kristoff] Anna: That's Sven. Olaf: Uh-huh, and who's the reindeer?[pointing to Sven] Anna: ...Sven...? Olaf: Oh, OK, makes things easier for me.
Olaf's reaction to Kristoff's "family" of trolls, who at first appear to be moss covered rocks. He thinks Kristoff is crazy and tells Anna to make a break for it, repeatedly, and gets more and more agitated when Anna is completely and utterly motionless.
Their faces during that scene.
When the trolls shout "Kristoff's home!" and Olaf responds "Kristoff's home! Wait, 'Kristoff'?"
"Let's go kiss Hans! Who is this Hans?" The second line is delivered somewhat dramatic and slow, as Olaf is vanishing into the distance, combines with the fact that he's staring at the camera to make you think he's asking the audience. Cuts immediately to this Hans leading a raid on Elsa's ice castle.
Kristoff's reaction when he and Anna first meet Olaf.
Kristoff: (he's just caught Olaf's head, and replies in deadpan) You're creepy. *toss* Anna: I don't want him! *toss back*
Just the fact that the first thing Anna does upon seeing him is kick his head off. And she puts it back on upside down, and the camera actually shows us the view from Olaf's eyes, and to him, it looks like Anna and Kristoff are dangling from the earth like bats.
Anna has been trying to climb the cliff to get to Elsa's ice castle when Olaf comes back and says, "Hey, Sven? Not sure if this solves the problem, but through here there's a large ice staircase heading to exactly where you want to go."
The way Olaf pushes his carrot nose up the same way someone might push up their glasses when he starts to melt and says "You really don't know what love is, do you?" Much like his under-reaction to being impaled, it's subtle yet humorous.
He hangs on to Marshmallow's massive leg to no effect and says frustratedly:
Olaf: This is not making much of a difference, is it?
When Olaf offers to distract Marshmallow, his torso and legs flee without his head.
*Thump* Olaf: This just got a whole lot harder.
Kristoff and Sven
During "Frozen Heart," Kristoff and Sven as children try to emulate the adult ice harvesters… with a single block of ice smaller than a cubic foot, the sort of sled children slide down hills on, and a much slower pace.
Well, the sleigh was carrying a lit lantern so the oil that fueled said lantern is the most likely source of ignition.
At the end of the movie, Elsa actually got Kristoff a much needed replacement sleigh for the one he just lost:
Anna: I owe you a sled.
Kristoff:[surprised] Are you serious?
Anna: YES! And it's the latest model.
Kristoff: No, I can't accept this.
Anna: You have to. No returns, no exchanges; Queen's orders. She's named you the official Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer.
Kristoff: What? That's not a thing!
Anna: Oh, sure it is. And it even has a cup holder. Do you like it?
"Reindeers are Better Than People"- it's just Kristoff being his goofy self in private.
When Anna and Kristoff are running from Marshmallow, Sven can be seen with his tongue stuck to the ice staircase. And wagging his tail like a big dumb friendly happy dog.
When Elsa ends the eternal winter and the snow begins to rise, Sven tries to catch a rising snowflake with his tongue.
The way Sven looks and acts when Anna gives Kristoff his new sleigh.
Near the end, Sven is encouraging Kristoff to go back and tell Anna he loves her and Kristoff protests that Hans is Anna's true love. Sven just looks at him like "Really?"
Blink-and-you'll-miss-it, but when Olaf first shows up, Anna and Kristoff can't see him but they can hear him. They both look at Sven in confusion as if for a moment they think he's the one talking. Sven just grins at them happily with his antlers covered in jingly weeping willow vines. Their expressions of mutual confusion are priceless.
If you look closely, that particular kid seems to have an actual, literaltroll face after saying that. Which adds an extra layer of comedy; the kid likely said that specifically to mess with Kristoff.
And then there's the fact that even the trolls consider Kristoff's relationship with Sven is "outside of nature's laws." Heh.
Some even cheerily seem to suggest Kristoff Murder the Hypotenuse. "Get the fiance out of the way and the whole thing will be fixed!"
It's even more hilarious if you look into the brilliance of it; there are many of these sort of "you belong with each other" numbers in the Disney Princess canon, quite a few of them even preceding some pretty potent Mood Whiplash. This might be the first time the title characters involved are aware of this, and makes the whole number appear like some kind of Take That at the whole idea (like the film acknowledging this is a Big Lipped Alligator Moment); you can see the panic in Kristoff particularly as he is desperately trying to get the whole situation under control claiming, yes, he may have indeed brought a girl home, but she's engaged and more importantly she's dying (though nobody knew that at the time) and they really need to see Pabbie. Pretty blunt Black Comedy there laced throughout that jaunty number.
Just before the song, several trolls demonstrate their accomplishments:
Young Troll 1: I grew a mushroom! Young Troll 2: I got my fire crystal! Gruff Troll:I passed a kidney stone.[produces a kidney stone about the size of one of his fingers]
...and Everyone Else
Pretty much the whole first encounter with Marshmallow:
It's brief, but one of the Duke's guards (the beardless one to be precise) appears to have an attraction to Elsa after he sees her abilities.
It's a blink-and-you-miss-it moment, but the credits have someone being recognized for caffeination. I guess this is the guy who had to make late night coffee runs during all the all-nighters they must have pulled during the animation process.
Hans saying some of his brothers pretended he was invisible when he was younger. That's kind of how older brothers are, but the fact that they did it for years...Though Word of God makes it inherently less funny when revealing that Hans' brothers' bullying was part of why he turned out to be such a sociopath in the first place.
In the credits, you'd most commonly expect a little section at the end stating that the story is completely fictional and that any resemblance to certain things in real life are entirely coincidental. In Frozen, you get this instead:
"The views and opinions expressed by Kristoff in the film that all meneat their own boogers are solely his own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The Walt Disney Company or the filmmakers. Neither The Walt Disney Company nor the filmmakers make any representation of the accuracy of any such views and opinions."
Doubles as a Tear Jerker due to the fact that it was just after Elsa refused her blessing. Her reaction to Hans asking to calm her is priceless.
Hans: Your Majesty, if I may ease your-.
Elsa: No, you may not, and I think you should go.
Elsa gets another one too at the end: "no longer do business with Weasel Town." She may not be writing it, but she gave the declaration meaning that she deliberately called it Weasel Town (WESELTON! It's WESELTON!!)... just to piss off the Duke a little more!
The lyrics to We Know Better Two examples are when Elsa sings about freezing her nanny's big behind as well as freezing her tutor's tea.
"More Than Just a Spare" has Anna struggle to properly express her frustrations with being held in lower regard than then-future queen, Elsa. First, she calls herself "the extra button on a coat" which "...wants to fly," before she remembers that buttons can't fly. Next, she compares herself to "a rusty horseshoe" that never gets tried on by the horse. Finally, she refers to herself as, "a girl who's bad at metaphors."
Everything from the YouTube PoopElsa Lets Her Sanity Go is gut bustingly funny, but an especially funny gem comes from the confrontation between Anna and Elsa while they were in her ice castle, achieved through clever editing and voiceover dubs.
Both "Frozen Unthawed" and "Frozen: Global Meltdown" take a scene with Anna talking to Hans, and redub her audio with a line from Die Hard, in which John McClane taunts Hans Gruber. The same scene appears both times, but with a different taunt in the sequel.
The "Making of Frozen" bonus feature from the Blu-ray release, where instead of going behind the scenes, we see Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad going on a musical tour of the Disney studio, and bringing the entire animation staff into a highly-chorographed romp through the studio. Featuring an original song by Kristen & Robert Lopez, and directed by Kenny Ortega!
After the entire song asking how the movie was made, the voices and the staff all shout "We don't know!" and everyone leaves the scene one by one, with Jonathan and Josh left at the end.
The beginning, where Groff just smiles at the camera for a few seconds ready to sing while Gad is busy texting on his phone.
"Let It Go" when rendered incomprehensible by Google Translate. Enjoy!
"GIVE UP! GIVE UP! ON THE RISE FOR RADIATION!"
"Let us very angry!"
And then there's the Google Translate version of "Do You Wanna Build A Snowman?". Featuring highlights like "Do you want to build a snow male?", "Tag, Anna!", "Would you like to build a Yeti?", "There, Joan tied!", "The people of your corpse where I know, they are containers I thought I just got here for you," and "Would you like to build a snowman corporation?". And Anna's slip into gratuitous Arabic with "Salaam, hi."
The Google Translate version of "Love Is An Open Door", which such lines like "cardiac resynchronization is possible but with one division".
To quote one of the comments: "Once upon a time, there was some crazy girl who could change her dress, dismantle a castle with her bare hands, absorb a bridge, summon a flying cape, and proceed to walk backwards down a mountain feeling depressed."
Courage's reaction to "Do You Wanna Build A Snowman?", accompanied with a clip from "The Snowman Cometh" of Courage freaking out when he sees The Snowman. No, Anna. Courage does not want to build a snowman.
#SOMEONE DREW THAT DICK #SOMEONE MADE A 3D MODEL OF THAT DICK #SOMEONE RIGGED THAT DICK #SOMEONE ANIMATED THAT DICK #SOMEONE ADDED HIGHLIGHTS AND SHADOWS TO THAT DICK #THAT DICK RECIEVED A LOT OF ATTENTION #POWER TO THE DICK
Sanity first! It has been one day since Frozen has been sung in this house.
Everything in this Hitler RantsYouTube video entitled "Let It Go" Hitler Parody is extremely humorous. However, an especially funny gem comes from the final moment in the video in which Hitler's men ask him on whether or not he would like for them to hook Anna up with him. His response?
"Hitler's Icy Plan", Part 1 and Part 2, which involves Hitler seeking out Elsa so the Nazi regime can acquire her ice powers, as research shows that one shot of icy power through the heart is a guaranteed one-shot one-kill, which he plans to use on Fegelein.
Jon Cozart, aka "Paint," created his "After Ever After 2" song, which includes a parody of "Let It Go". The "Let It Go" section starts with lyrics about global warming, but then they shift genre and change so that Elsa is a soviet dictator who builds a horde of evil snowmen to take over the world.