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(Deadline)   Frozen is the #1 movie in America, overtaking derivative newcomer sequel Paranormal Activity 4B and The Hobbit 2: Smaug Boogaloo. Hustle and Flow and Wolf of Wall Street round out the top 5   (deadline.com) divider line 8
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2014-01-05 11:54:13 AM  
3 votes:
As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.
2014-01-05 11:04:22 PM  
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FeedTheCollapse: kukukupo: The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)

I haven't seen the newest one and maybe it's because I had read the book first, but the first movie definitely felt padded and had odd pacing. It took them almost an hour just to make it through the first chapter of the book. After that it fared a bit better, but they were definitely trying to work way too much into the story.


This one took what felt like half an hour to show step by step how the dwarves were smuggled into Lake Town, which really didn't add much to developing the story or the characters aside from introducing that town's version of Wormtongue.

Plus, they somehow made a giant dragon voiced by Cumberbatch kind of dull, maybe because of the massive amount of monologuing from Smaug. It reminded me if some of the Transformers movies where the action scenes were so dragged out that the spectacle got dull. Sometimes more isn't more.
2014-01-05 04:49:25 PM  
1 votes:
Screw the haters. I've had to see a lot of kid movies since my daughter was born, and even with its flaws, Frozen was better than 90% of the other movies I've taken my daughter to see.

There isn't "a twist". There are 3 major elements that completely overturn traditional "fairy tale" stories. I talked to my daughter about each one, and told her why I thought they were cool.

Yeah, I could have done without a couple of the songs. Big deal.
2014-01-05 04:38:31 PM  
1 votes:
Regarding Frozen:

1.- Too many songs. First 30 minutes is mostly JUST songs...

2.- Some were cool, but some were too corny.

3.- Olaf was awesome.

4.- Loved the twist and when I mean twist, I mean the "the act of love is fraternal love, not romantic love" resolution. I loved that. It pulled the rug under the whole romance bullshiat. Great stuff Disney.

5.- The character designs and the animation was INCREDIBLE.

6.- Elsa should date Dr. Manhattan ;D
2014-01-05 03:07:07 PM  
1 votes:
We were pretty disappointed with Frozen. The songs were pretty weak for the most part.

I thought Tangled was much better from the same studio. The soundtracks and how enjoyable each movie was is a night and day difference.
2014-01-05 02:21:49 PM  
1 votes:

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?
2014-01-05 01:59:23 PM  
1 votes:
Look, pal. There's only one movie called "Frozen," and it's about three morons who get stuck on a ski lift.
2014-01-05 12:18:07 PM  
1 votes:
I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.

 And why have holiday movies been so lame this season? I mean we had the Hobbit, but what else? James Cameron understood that the winter was a lucrative time of year as well as summer. All of his blue tinted winter movies make a shiatload of money yet we still have 5 movies released every week during the summer and like 3 movies in the winter.
 
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