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(Topless Robot)   Since "Frozen" is one of the few Disney movies where a Princess isn't fawning over the first thing she sees with a dick, it's obvious that she's a lesbian. Really   (toplessrobot.com) divider line 172
    More: Unlikely, Disney, Little Mermaid, leading ladies, Jonathan Groff, Walt Disney Animation, lesbians, Pixar, Disney Princess  
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2014-02-02 10:12:35 AM  

bbfreak: HalEmmerich: Didn't this exact same shiat come up regarding Merida in Brave when that came out too?

Yes.

OMG, women don't know their place as damsels in distress/don't need a man to save the day. She MUST BE A LESBIAN!


It's the 1970s all over again.
 
2014-02-02 10:40:18 AM  

Doctor Funkenstein: Who the fark goes to a Disney movie and leaves disappointed because of the lack of cock?


His name is Tyler Durden
 
2014-02-02 10:46:36 AM  

DamnYankees: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Having just watched the movie, the only thing keeping it from the top pantheon of classic Disney is the songs. They blew their song load really early with Do you Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time in Forever, and Let it Go. The later songs are crap since they used up all their showstoppers in the first third of the movie. Really, we're going to stop singing with Fixer Upper? Throw Idina Menzel back in there to channel Elphaba some more.

Other than that, it's the best Disney movie in a long while.

This is true. The troll song was kind of terrible and just totally wrong, as was the snowman song. Menzels last song is Let It Go; that's not even halfway through the film! Misstep there.


No, she sings the duet with Anna later on (the reprise of "For the First Time in Forever").
 
2014-02-02 11:01:31 AM  
This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.
 
2014-02-02 11:14:43 AM  

bborchar: DamnYankees: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Having just watched the movie, the only thing keeping it from the top pantheon of classic Disney is the songs. They blew their song load really early with Do you Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time in Forever, and Let it Go. The later songs are crap since they used up all their showstoppers in the first third of the movie. Really, we're going to stop singing with Fixer Upper? Throw Idina Menzel back in there to channel Elphaba some more.

Other than that, it's the best Disney movie in a long while.

This is true. The troll song was kind of terrible and just totally wrong, as was the snowman song. Menzels last song is Let It Go; that's not even halfway through the film! Misstep there.

No, she sings the duet with Anna later on (the reprise of "For the First Time in Forever").


Yes and it's great, but it's a reprise so I don't give it full credit.
 
2014-02-02 11:37:02 AM  

DamnYankees: bborchar: DamnYankees: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Having just watched the movie, the only thing keeping it from the top pantheon of classic Disney is the songs. They blew their song load really early with Do you Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time in Forever, and Let it Go. The later songs are crap since they used up all their showstoppers in the first third of the movie. Really, we're going to stop singing with Fixer Upper? Throw Idina Menzel back in there to channel Elphaba some more.

Other than that, it's the best Disney movie in a long while.

This is true. The troll song was kind of terrible and just totally wrong, as was the snowman song. Menzels last song is Let It Go; that's not even halfway through the film! Misstep there.

No, she sings the duet with Anna later on (the reprise of "For the First Time in Forever").

Yes and it's great, but it's a reprise so I don't give it full credit.


So a song that Menzel actually sings 'doesn't count' because it's a continuation of a song she sang earlier?

...oooooookay.
 
2014-02-02 11:50:04 AM  

proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.


I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?
 
2014-02-02 12:49:19 PM  
I love this movie.

Awesome message for little girls, how "true love" doesn't have to be romantic love and don't rely on a dude who seems "nice".

Kris toff is adorable.
 
2014-02-02 01:15:36 PM  

quizzical: Really, the only bits I could have done without were the trolls. They felt kind of tacked on, despite the plot purpose of providing magical advise.


Actually, they're also, uh. Kind of responsible for the ENTIRE PROBLEM that the movie revolves around. If they had given clearer, less crappy advice (FEAR WILL BE YOUR ENEMY here's an image of scared townsfolk attacking your daughter!) then, you know, NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED.

/seriously screw those guys.
 
2014-02-02 01:27:29 PM  

bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?


Maybe there wasn't enough cock.
 
2014-02-02 01:29:02 PM  

bborchar: So a song that Menzel actually sings 'doesn't count' because it's a continuation of a song she sang earlier?

...oooooookay.


You only get half credit for a reprise, since it's basically "Remember that song you liked earlier?"
 
2014-02-02 01:30:40 PM  

bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?


'll simply say that everything about this movie was perfectly summed up by the "comedy sidekicks".  They were so contrived as to be virtually identical in every bland regard except for their appearance (one was a snowman) and I shook my head the entire time waiting for them to have any more relevance than future Burger King toys.  Could you write two sentences describing their differences?  I can't.   I honestly believe people loved this movie because the marketing was so prolific but then again look; If you have kids and they loved it then who cares.  But as an adult who can still enjoy a Disney animated film, this movie played out like it was written and produced in two hours.  Which is good because the sequel should take less time then that to crank out.
 
2014-02-02 01:42:34 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: bborchar: So a song that Menzel actually sings 'doesn't count' because it's a continuation of a song she sang earlier?

...oooooookay.

You only get half credit for a reprise, since it's basically "Remember that song you liked earlier?"


Half credit or not, "Let it Go" still isn't the last song she sings in the movie.
 
2014-02-02 01:48:48 PM  

proteon: bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?

'll simply say that everything about this movie was perfectly summed up by the "comedy sidekicks".  They were so contrived as to be virtually identical in every bland regard except for their appearance (one was a snowman) and I shook my head the entire time waiting for them to have any more relevance than future Burger King toys.  Could you write two sentences describing their differences?  I can't.   I honestly believe people loved this movie because the marketing was so prolific but then again look; If you have kids and they loved it then who cares.  But as an adult who can still enjoy a Disney animated film, this movie played out like it was written and produced in two hours.  Which is good because the sequel should take less time then that to crank out.


The 'comic sidekick' is often the weak point in a movie, but Olaf actually broke convention by:

1. Not getting in the way
2. Having an origin that made perfect sense within the story
3. Helped save the protagonists

He had some funny bits, but they weren't ridiculously over-the-top and didn't get on my nerves.
 
2014-02-02 01:50:36 PM  

bborchar: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: bborchar: So a song that Menzel actually sings 'doesn't count' because it's a continuation of a song she sang earlier?

...oooooookay.

You only get half credit for a reprise, since it's basically "Remember that song you liked earlier?"

Half credit or not, "Let it Go" still isn't the last song she sings in the movie.


This is my Headcanon of the last song Elsa sings. It is *also* a Reprise. But I'll take it.

Link
 
2014-02-02 01:55:05 PM  

bborchar: proteon: bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?

'll simply say that everything about this movie was perfectly summed up by the "comedy sidekicks".  They were so contrived as to be virtually identical in every bland regard except for their appearance (one was a snowman) and I shook my head the entire time waiting for them to have any more relevance than future Burger King toys.  Could you write two sentences describing their differences?  I can't.   I honestly believe people loved this movie because the marketing was so prolific but then again look; If you have kids and they loved it then who cares.  But as an adult who can still enjoy a Disney animated film, this movie played out like it was written and produced in two hours.  Which is good because the sequel should take less time then that to crank out.

The 'comic sidekick' is often the weak point in a movie, but Olaf actually broke convention by:

1. Not getting in the way
2. Having an origin that made perfect sense within the story
3. Helped save the protagonists

He had some funny bits, but they weren't ridiculously over-the-top and didn't get on my nerves. It jarred.



What irritated me most was he was a completely different art style to everyone else.
 
2014-02-02 02:43:34 PM  

rynthetyn: Ow! That was my feelings!: rynthetyn: Wait, one of the reasons that the author thinks that the movie is gay is because the prince is voiced by a gay actor? That's why gay actors don't get cast in straight roles, and it's why actors stay in the closet.

While I don't doubt that can be true, sometimes they just aren't believable playing it straight, so it is a poor casting choice.

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//silly for it to be an issue in an animated feature, for sure.

The fact that you had to dig up Ellen's romcom that nobody saw because it was generally terrible kind of proves my point. If it was such a huge problem for gay actors to play believably straight roles, you would have been able to find more and better examples than a sitcom star's one attempt at crossing over into movies, particularly considering that sitcom actors often make horrible movies anyway (see, Jennifer Aniston's entire film career).


Well, to be honest, I chickened out and changed the actor I decided to use as an example. This thread would 500 comments had I gone with my original choice. Not gonna go there now, have a Superb Owl party to go to, maybe another time. Enjoy your Sunday.

//very popular gay actor, playing a womanizer, yeah, you know who. I'm out.
 
2014-02-02 03:15:40 PM  

proteon: bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?

'll simply say that everything about this movie was perfectly summed up by the "comedy sidekicks".  They were so contrived as to be virtually identical in every bland regard except for their appearance (one was a snowman) and I shook my head the entire time waiting for them to have any more relevance than future Burger King toys.  Could you write two sentences describing their differences?  I can't.   I honestly believe people loved this movie because the marketing was so prolific but then again look; If you have kids and they loved it then who cares.  But as an adult who can still enjoy a Disney animated film, this movie played out like it was written and produced in two hours.  Which is good because the sequel should take less time then that to crank out.


Pretty much this.  Buy your kids the toys but then show them The Lion King or Aladdin on netflix.
 
2014-02-02 05:29:43 PM  

proteon: bbfreak: proteon: This movie was an absolute and utter turd.  I'm not convinced people actually watched it.

I'm just curious what you didn't like about it?

'll simply say that everything about this movie was perfectly summed up by the "comedy sidekicks".  They were so contrived as to be virtually identical in every bland regard except for their appearance (one was a snowman) and I shook my head the entire time waiting for them to have any more relevance than future Burger King toys.  Could you write two sentences describing their differences?  I can't.   I honestly believe people loved this movie because the marketing was so prolific but then again look; If you have kids and they loved it then who cares.  But as an adult who can still enjoy a Disney animated film, this movie played out like it was written and produced in two hours.  Which is good because the sequel should take less time then that to crank out.


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/We're gonna need a bigger carrot
//Hoo Hoo!
 
2014-02-02 06:55:25 PM  

optional: ZeroCorpse: syrynxx: When she finally lets it go and embraces her true self, she gets a fabulous new glittery gown to match her new attitude, lets her hair flow free, and sparkles for all to see. Oh, and then she builds herself a palace that resembles She-Ra's Crystal Castle from the '80s cartoon series. In a movie filled with gay stuff...this might be the gayest part of all.

Yesss.... because when you think of lesbians, you don't think of short haircuts, flannel, comfortable shoes and Subarus.  You think of glittery gowns and long flowing hair. Is this a satire piece?

You're obviously completely unfamiliar with lesbians.

WHO do you think those butch lesbians with the short haircuts and flannel are attracted to? Other butchies? Nope. Much of the time they're attracted to the lipstick lesbians. The more girly girls. The ones who dress like a princess.

Have you never even seen Ellen and Portia?

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Ellen's kind of pretty.


I wouldn't object to watching them have sex.
 
2014-02-03 12:58:25 AM  

Close2TheEdge: Summoner101: So we biatch about Disney and Pixar being male-centric and pigeon-holing females into archetypes.

They get the message that there's an audience for non-standard female roles and heros, they make them, and they get shiat on.

This is why we can't have nice things, people.

Remember.  The real world bears very little resemblance to the world described by bloggers and Gawker-run websites.


In the blogging world there are a large number of white Americans claiming Frozen is racist because the Sami (the culture it's based on) are brown-skinned.

Over the protests of actual Sami who 1. not brown and 2. not offended

/White Americans need to stop being offended on other people's behalf
//The rest of the world isn't interested in indulging your guilt
 
2014-02-03 01:09:11 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: You calling Bambi a whore, subby?

Because Bambi was a whore.


www.007james.com

Yeah, maybe she was...
 
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