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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
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2014-02-01 03:57:30 PM  
5 votes:
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?
2014-02-01 11:36:57 PM  
4 votes:

COMALite J: The Princess and the Frog is the first Disney movie I've seen that does the Good Way and does it well. Frozen does as well, even better.


Have you not seen Beauty and the Beast? A song can do more than move the plot forward. It can define the motivations, histories, and desires of entire groups of characters, and ground a moment emotionally - in addition to moving the plot forward. Every song in Beauty and the Beast does this, and every song is memorable and great.

Beauty and the Beast pretty much defines the perfect animated musical.
2014-02-01 08:04:18 PM  
4 votes:

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!
2014-02-01 07:44:23 PM  
4 votes:
If you were really going to spend the time to argue about Elsa's sexuality...because that is a thing we are doing, apparently...given that she expresses no interest in anyone, and can't touch people without presumably freezing them to death, wouldn't she be disney's first asexual princess?
2014-02-01 11:41:25 PM  
3 votes:

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: COMALite J: The Princess and the Frog is the first Disney movie I've seen that does the Good Way and does it well. Frozen does as well, even better.

Have you not seen Beauty and the Beast? A song can do more than move the plot forward. It can define the motivations, histories, and desires of entire groups of characters, and ground a moment emotionally - in addition to moving the plot forward. Every song in Beauty and the Beast does this, and every song is memorable and great.

Beauty and the Beast pretty much defines the perfect animated musical.


The Lion King is also does this really well, which is one reason why it worked perfectly on Broadway.
2014-02-01 11:39:01 PM  
3 votes:

Bungles: HotIgneous Intruder: One of the main problems with Disney characters -- male and female -- is that they have giant heads and eyes.


Once you reason all the women's eyes are twice as wide as their wrists, and all the men's eyes are half the size of their wrists, it's difficult to concentrate on anything else.

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Actually, for a CGI animated movie, you have to make the human characters cartoonish and out of normal proportions, otherwise you wind up taking the Polar Express straight to Uncanny Valley nightmare fuel. The character design is very purposeful in a way Rob Liefeld's is not.
2014-02-01 04:17:34 PM  
3 votes:
I thought this was one of the best Disney story lines so far. A very nontraditional ending and at least one strong female character whose value isn't based on being some dude's love interest.
2014-02-02 12:22:46 AM  
2 votes:
I saw Frozen when it first came out. I thought it was a fantastic message with a fantastic message for young girls. Because of all the "analysis" I've read from clueless "social justice warriors", who are so useless and impotent that they'll use anything they can to promote their agenda, I've grown to despise the movie, and cringe when anyone brings it up.

\thanks for nothing, you pathetic losers
2014-02-01 11:28:00 PM  
2 votes:
People who try to sexualize movies/TV shows made for the children demographic need to stay away from the internet.
2014-02-01 10:41:22 PM  
2 votes:

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


Far-right Republicans?
2014-02-01 09:16:02 PM  
2 votes:
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2014-02-01 08:17:57 PM  
2 votes:
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.
2014-02-01 08:12:31 PM  
2 votes:
For what it's worth, Elsa's situation seems pretty much to be a metaphor for depression (or some other handicap, but depression seems to me to be the most analogous). Has nothing to do with sexuality.
2014-02-02 01:48:48 PM  
1 vote:

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 01:30:40 PM  
1 vote:

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 01:15:36 PM  
1 vote:

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 08:39:39 AM  
1 vote:

fozziewazzi: hardinparamedic: Considering Frozen was meant as a deconstruction of Disney Movie "princess" tropes (And oh boy, was it ever.), I think the writer needs to learn a little more about lesbians.

Haven't seen the movie.  Does Frozen break with the trope that Disney princesses must be thin, slim and trim, with long slender necks and a tiny waist, a perky nose, high cheeks and a gently rounded chin?  Or would giving up that template be too much?


You're talking about American animation in general when it comes to women protagonists.

It directly deconstructs the Disney idea of love that most Disney movies with a princess or female protagonist push on the audience and young girls, and does so in a particularly brutal fashion - even going so far as to show outright physical abuse at the hands of the protagonist's "True love at first sight"
2014-02-02 08:17:06 AM  
1 vote:
I actually had this thought walking out of the theater.  "Let it Go" could clearly be construed as a coming out anthem... except it's about a person WITH FRICKING ICE POWERS THAT ALMOST KILLED HER SISTER AND A FEW OTHER PEOPLE BEFORE SHE STARTED AN ETERNAL WINTER.  All on accident.  It's the same reason the X-Men= gay analogy falls down.  Super powers are a bad analogy for being gay because misused gayness can't accidentally kill anybody.

"Let it GO" was also the most beautiful part of the film; she let's go of all her own rules that have been holding her back(what her parents taught plus what she added)  and immediately creates something beautiful.

As for whether Elsa is or not hetero, I think the movie gives us ample evidence to to conclude that she's clearly too worried about not killing anybody to actually notice anyone else in any way.  She'll figure it out now that she has figured out how to control her powers.
2014-02-02 03:01:36 AM  
1 vote:
No. Frozen was just a bad to mediocre movie.
2014-02-02 02:33:22 AM  
1 vote:

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.
2014-02-02 01:15:19 AM  
1 vote:

Peter von Nostrand: darkjezter: Saw Frozen back in December with my nieces.

I found Elsa surprisingly hot for an animated character.

Both have nice racks


so did Sven
2014-02-02 12:08:59 AM  
1 vote:

harleyquinnical: Judge Frolo's soliloquy song 'Hell Fire' is the ultimate example of your point. While Beauty & the Beast does it well, Hunchback just did it better with this song alone


That's an awesome song that hits all of the points. I was more taking issue with the guy saying that Princess and the Frog was the only Disney movie he's seen that does it right. Beauty and the Beast nailed it. Lion King and Aladdin are awesome. If somebody wants to throw out the entirety of The Little Mermaid because Les Poissons didn't really move the plot forward, then I don't really know what to say.

There are some objective classic Disney flicks where even if the songs don't move the plot forward in a way that someone would like, they're substantial enough to the story and good enough as songs that they enrich the entire movie.
2014-02-01 11:50:04 PM  
1 vote:

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Have you not seen Beauty and the Beast? A song can do more than move the plot forward. It can define the motivations, histories, and desires of entire groups of characters, and ground a moment emotionally - in addition to moving the plot forward. Every song in Beauty and the Beast does this, and every song is memorable and great.


Judge Frolo's soliloquy song 'Hell Fire' is the ultimate example of your point.  While Beauty & the Beast does it well, Hunchback just did it better with this song alone


Gyrfalcon:If a woman has no interest in men, it's ONLY because she is interested in women. Because women can ONLY be interested in sex; females have zero interest in anything else. Any movie where the female lead is not interested in men means that she is, ipso facto, interested in women; otherwise she might--GASP!--be uninterested in sex at all, and we all know that that's completely impossible.


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2014-02-01 11:44:45 PM  
1 vote:

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.
2014-02-01 11:43:54 PM  
1 vote:
Up until Princess & the Frog, Disney princesses were sequestered until coming of age and subject to arranged marriages or passively pursuing their love only to have a strong female antagonist run interference.  During the 2nd renaissance of Disney, the antagonistic elements changed but the over all plot was the same. (Yes, this is overly simplified.)


With Princess & the Frog, she is already of age, working in the modern era, chosen by a prince, put into dire straits, and actively strives to right the wrong against her rather than waiting for some man to do it.  Gender roles were switched.

Going by this description of Frozen, the allegory could be a combination of homosexuality, masturbation, asexuality, or just growing up.  I don't know because I haven't seen it.  Yet, given the leaps and bounds the company has come with animation, it's only 2 films (not counting Pixar films) removed from pure patriarchy to feminism to possibly acknowledging homosexuality.  This is actual progress.

Marcus Aurelius: Because Bambi was a whore.



Totally farkied you for this line.
2014-02-01 11:42:48 PM  
1 vote:
While I watched the movie, I found myself thinking "this is way too many musical numbers."

After I saw the movie, I found myself singing the musical numbers.
2014-02-01 11:16:12 PM  
1 vote:

Brainsick: Ed Grubermann: vicioushobbit: I analyzed Tangled so much, I had enough shiat to make a Congress.

I couldn't finish Tangled. But, I hate musicals.

I agree; every time they start to get interesting some jerk starts singing


There are two ways to do songs in musicals: the Easy Way, and the Good Way.

• Easy Way: Plot comes to a screeching halt for the duration of the song. You could remove the songs and their visuals, and the story would remain intact.

• Good Way: Song actually advances the plot. Take the song out and the visuals that went with it, and the story now has a hole in it.

Disney movies used to use the Easy Way almost entirely. The first animated movie I ever saw to expertly use the Good Way wasn't Disney. It was The Prince of Egypt (think the song that Miriam sang while she put baby Moses into the bulrushes and watched him be rescued, and later when Pharaoh's two magicians prepare to duplicate Moses's staff2snake miracle).

The Princess and the Frog is the first Disney movie I've seen that does the Good Way and does it well. Frozen does as well, even better.
2014-02-01 11:16:00 PM  
1 vote:

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

Far-right Republicans?


It's been said before, for the anti-gay party, they sure do think about a whole mess of cocks all the time.
2014-02-01 10:44:54 PM  
1 vote:
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.
2014-02-01 10:22:23 PM  
1 vote:
Lilo and stitch didn't have a prince.
2014-02-01 10:06:36 PM  
1 vote:
I've never seen a Disney animated movie, Pixar or otherwise, ever (I've been told I saw Pinocchio and the Fox and the Hound but I don't remember). I grew up on Jaws, Star Wars, Alien, Raiders, etc. However, I get the gist of them and for all the feminist whining about the princess needing the prince, isn't the prince equally enslaved with pussy? I mean he has to jump through hoops and slay the dragon or whatever just for a piece of ass without really knowing if they are compatible as a couple.

The seven dwarves helped out Snow White. Would it have killed her to let them run a train on her just once? No, because they didn't meet the standard of the handsome prince.  As usual, the woman truly holds the power.
2014-02-01 09:37:37 PM  
1 vote:
I'd imagine the life of the person who wrote that article is like this:

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"I see gay people."
2014-02-01 09:28:19 PM  
1 vote:
"Let It Go" is not a gay anthem. It's a poor man's "Defying Gravity."
2014-02-01 09:06:09 PM  
1 vote:

HotIgneous Intruder: One of the main problems with Disney characters -- male and female -- is that they have giant heads and eyes.



Once you reason all the women's eyes are twice as wide as their wrists, and all the men's eyes are half the size of their wrists, it's difficult to concentrate on anything else.

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2014-02-01 08:47:08 PM  
1 vote:

Dalrint: If you were really going to spend the time to argue about Elsa's sexuality...because that is a thing we are doing, apparently...given that she expresses no interest in anyone, and can't touch people without presumably freezing them to death, wouldn't she be disney's first asexual princess?


See I took it as a completely different metaphor, about a girl who is forced to repress her feminine power by her parents, until she can't repress it any more and awakens sexually with a vengeance when she first masturbates, letting her hair down and dressing sexier. Unfortunately, she takes it a little too far and her sister gets heartbroken because of her actions, but in the end the two reconcile after Anna's boyfriend turns out to be a jerk and Elsa learns to better control her sexual power instead of letting it get out of control.
2014-02-01 08:36:21 PM  
1 vote:
Really liked the film. It's "gay" in exactly the same way Spider-Man or X-Men are: as a metaphor for having to hide part of yourself or risk persecution.

/possibly the best "prince" they've done, too
2014-02-01 08:29:20 PM  
1 vote:
Were those actually images from the finished film? Because that was some horrid character design.
2014-02-01 08:26:42 PM  
1 vote:

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.
2014-02-01 07:58:14 PM  
1 vote:
Didn't this exact same shiat come up regarding Merida in Brave when that came out too?
2014-02-01 07:35:15 PM  
1 vote:
So Dumbo is sexist against females because it had no princesses?
2014-02-01 06:45:26 PM  
1 vote:
I'm sorta shocked this isn't from some site run by God-bothering nitwits.
2014-02-01 05:58:50 PM  
1 vote:

Nabb1: DamnYankees: Frozen was awesome. One of my top movies of 2013.

That is all.

I took my kids to see it twice. Good movie. Wish I hadn't downloaded the soundtrack onto their iPad, though.


Understood. I bought it from Amazon. Now I get... Mommy can we listen to FROZEN??? But at least I make them listen to the classical parts as well.

Let it go... let it go....
2014-02-01 05:50:41 PM  
1 vote:
Considering Frozen was meant as a deconstruction of Disney Movie "princess" tropes (And oh boy, was it ever.), I think the writer needs to learn a little more about lesbians.
2014-02-01 05:30:20 PM  
1 vote:

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

Your mom?

/obligatory


I should have seen that one coming.
2014-02-01 05:14:37 PM  
1 vote:
Frozen was awesome. One of my top movies of 2013.

That is all.
2014-02-01 05:12:50 PM  
1 vote:
Or maybe she's bi? Who the fark cares? It was a good movie with a good message for little girls. Can't anyone enjoy a move anymore without analyzing the shiat out of it?
2014-02-01 04:44:06 PM  
1 vote:

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


Via Infinito: I thought this was one of the best Disney story lines so far. A very nontraditional ending and at least one strong female character whose value isn't based on being some dude's love interest.


Both of these. How they get the whole "Act of true love" deal was the best part of the movie.
2014-02-01 04:28:12 PM  
1 vote:
So..it's called "Frozen" because she is an ice queen?
2014-02-01 04:27:56 PM  
1 vote:
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2014-02-01 04:21:23 PM  
1 vote:
Erm, what about the part where the other princess spends a good chunk of the movie fawning over the first thing she sees with a dick?

I caught the bit with Oaken's "husband" when I saw the movie though. That was good.
 
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