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(Digital Spy)   Frozen's Once Upon a Snowman solves a plot hole from the original movie involving how Anna paid for supplies at Oaken's shop that thankfully doesn't involve moose and Rule 34   (digitalspy.com) divider line
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2020-10-26 2:10:42 PM  
I really need to see the original version of Frozen.

/As opposed to the porn version.
 
2020-10-26 2:14:50 PM  
Since Oaken enjoys nude saunas, I just assumed they spent a little time in one of those together.
 
2020-10-26 2:19:27 PM  
3 year old daughter here, have watched it about 70 times now... It's amusing.
 
2020-10-26 2:23:45 PM  
Finally! This was your toughest suspension of disbelief in the movie for me. Basically ruined it.
 
2020-10-26 2:49:52 PM  
That's a nice steady income stream that Josh Gad has going there.
 
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2020-10-26 3:27:30 PM  

UberDave: I really need to see the original version of Frozen.

/As opposed to the porn version.


I'm a hoe, I'm a hoe,
Need some dick on the floor,
Let me know, Let me know,
How bad you'll make me raw,
I don't care if you're really gay,
Get this porn shoot on,
My daddy never loved me anyway....
 
2020-10-26 3:42:26 PM  
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2020-10-26 3:49:19 PM  
My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.
 
2020-10-26 3:51:21 PM  
tl;dr -- She paid for it by undressing.
 
2020-10-26 4:13:46 PM  

NikolaiFarkoff: Finally! This was your toughest suspension of disbelief in the movie for me. Basically ruined it.


Right!?

It's the answer the question that literally everyone had. It's about time we got a canon answer for this. Finally, we can sleep.
 
2020-10-26 4:28:43 PM  
And finally i can sleep well at night again
 
2020-10-26 4:30:54 PM  
Sorry only fan fic can retcon a plot hole.

If a  film has a plot hole then it does, and it always will.
After the fact plot hole work is like making a new roads with pot holes in it, that you go back and do pot hole fill in work on later.

fact is your actual work did have holes in it, and filled in pot holes are never quite the same as flat smooth no pot holes first time round road work.

You can not ret con writer misstates or lazy writing out of existence. that happened, it did, there is no jumping to a different time line in which the original materiel was tight from the get go.


Most importantly if you allow this ret con of plot holes to be real, then you totally devalue anyone that worked hard to be sure and have no plot holes the first time round.
 
2020-10-26 6:38:20 PM  

Aezetyr: [i.pinimg.com image 850x974]


She's such a good mom
 
2020-10-26 7:12:51 PM  
What plot hole?  She's a rich princess.  Is every time we see a character walking out of a store with a bag of chips and a soda a plot hole because we didn't see them paying for it?
 
2020-10-26 7:28:21 PM  

Glorious Golden Ass: What plot hole?  She's a rich princess.  Is every time we see a character walking out of a store with a bag of chips and a soda a plot hole because we didn't see them paying for it?


Yeah, I kind of just assumed that even if she had no cash, everyone knew who she was and she could just leave him an IOU that he could redeem at the castle the next time he was in town. Basically the equivalent of royalty writing a check.
 
2020-10-26 8:16:23 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Glorious Golden Ass: What plot hole?  She's a rich princess.  Is every time we see a character walking out of a store with a bag of chips and a soda a plot hole because we didn't see them paying for it?

Yeah, I kind of just assumed that even if she had no cash, everyone knew who she was and she could just leave him an IOU that he could redeem at the castle the next time he was in town. Basically the equivalent of royalty writing a check.


Yeah, this is one of those things where people feel smart for not understanding that movies aren't documentaries filmed in real time.

Sperglords delenda est
 
2020-10-26 8:23:45 PM  
So she took off her dress at some point and that led to her being able to get all the supplies she needed?  Hmmm?
 
2020-10-26 8:58:48 PM  

Tchernobog: My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.


It's a good little bit of entertainment. It tells a story, is visually pleasing, and the story isn't terrible.

Go ahead and teach your kid to not be able to enjoy things that are just meant to be simple entertainment. I'm sure it's going to make them so many friends in childhood and later in life attract so many stable suitors. Sounds like she is probably gonna be an insufferable coont like you that can't enjoy anything unless some old white guys smoking pipes and sipping brandy tell you it's high class enough to be suitable entertainment.

Making your kid an asshole who parrots your opinion instead of forming their own opinions and developing a unique personality is the opposite of winning parenting. It's as far away from winning parenting that you can't even see it from wherever the fark you are standing. Get your head out of your butt and stop trying to make a mental clone of yourself. Let your child be their own person.
 
2020-10-26 9:58:26 PM  

Wesdog: Tchernobog: My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.

It's a good little bit of entertainment. It tells a story, is visually pleasing, and the story isn't terrible.

Go ahead and teach your kid to not be able to enjoy things that are just meant to be simple entertainment. I'm sure it's going to make them so many friends in childhood and later in life attract so many stable suitors. Sounds like she is probably gonna be an insufferable coont like you that can't enjoy anything unless some old white guys smoking pipes and sipping brandy tell you it's high class enough to be suitable entertainment.

Making your kid an asshole who parrots your opinion instead of forming their own opinions and developing a unique personality is the opposite of winning parenting. It's as far away from winning parenting that you can't even see it from wherever the fark you are standing. Get your head out of your butt and stop trying to make a mental clone of yourself. Let your child be their own person.


......... there's someone in this conversation that has issues and I'm pretty sure it's not the person you're talking to.
 
2020-10-26 11:27:30 PM  

Wesdog: Tchernobog: My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.

It's a good little bit of entertainment. It tells a story, is visually pleasing, and the story isn't terrible.

Go ahead and teach your kid to not be able to enjoy things that are just meant to be simple entertainment. I'm sure it's going to make them so many friends in childhood and later in life attract so many stable suitors. Sounds like she is probably gonna be an insufferable coont like you that can't enjoy anything unless some old white guys smoking pipes and sipping brandy tell you it's high class enough to be suitable entertainment.

Making your kid an asshole who parrots your opinion instead of forming their own opinions and developing a unique personality is the opposite of winning parenting. It's as far away from winning parenting that you can't even see it from wherever the fark you are standing. Get your head out of your butt and stop trying to make a mental clone of yourself. Let your child be their own person.


farkin a man, I don't know which one of your parents shoved a broomstick up your ass with a disney mask on, but it wasn't me.

Did you miss the part where my kid asked me to turn it off?  Should I have forced her to watch something she didn't want to?  Wouldn't.... wouldn't that constitute not letting her be her own person?

Godamn, you need some therapy.
 
2020-10-27 12:46:48 AM  
Unlike a lot of the armchair film mavens out there, I'll be happy if Disney give at least a No-Prize to any small problems, instead of moving Time and Space to keep the OCD cases from biting a hole in they undies.
 
2020-10-27 1:48:15 AM  

Tchernobog: My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.


Frozen is fine. It's an above-average Disney movie. (no, Ariel's worthless and incredibly dumb and as much as that movie influenced me by giving me an obsession with redheads for years it's kinda garbage, and Belle's an arrogant, entitled, wannabe aristocrat, Frozen's seriously above average; the average for Disney movies isn't as high as one might think. Lion King and Mulan are alright, among the newer animated films)

Frozen 2's script is a hell of a mess, but it's got one really good song in it so whatever. Still better than most Disney sequels. Accidentally very weird and full of fridge horror and other nonsense, so that's fun.
 
2020-10-27 7:26:10 AM  

fallingcow: Tchernobog: My daughter was about 4 when frozen came out.

She asked me to turn it off about a third of the way through and that's when I knew I won parenting.

Frozen is fine. It's an above-average Disney movie. (no, Ariel's worthless and incredibly dumb and as much as that movie influenced me by giving me an obsession with redheads for years it's kinda garbage, and Belle's an arrogant, entitled, wannabe aristocrat, Frozen's seriously above average; the average for Disney movies isn't as high as one might think. Lion King and Mulan are alright, among the newer animated films)

Frozen 2's script is a hell of a mess, but it's got one really good song in it so whatever. Still better than most Disney sequels. Accidentally very weird and full of fridge horror and other nonsense, so that's fun.


Meh, my kid just wasn't into it, so I never finished it.

Moana, on the other hand, I've seen about a million times.  But I actually liked it, so meh.

/The first dozen times or so, anyway.
 
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