Any particular beef with it mol? Or just not to your taste?
FWIW daughter #1 is a massive Disney Princess and Brave fan and she liked it. I reckoned it was up there with Brave and Tangled.
(Incidentally have you considered that Tangled, Frozen and Little Mermaid are all linked? The clues are all there!)Posted 3 years agolondonerinozMember
It seemed much closer to a musical than most to me. I suspect it’s been influenced by Wicked. That’s not normally something I’m keen on, but I thought the movie was really good.
That said, my daughter puts me through loads worse, such that even recent Barbie movies seem pretty good!
I thought Disney bought Pixar, plus Linklater (sp?) always appears to be involved.Posted 3 years agotoys19Member
My daughters, 4 and 6, love this, they can sing all the songs. They like anything where the girl is the Hero.
I have seen it about 8 times now, will happily watch again. and Tangled, love that too.
PS Idina Menzel can wail, blimey!
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEKLFS-aKcw[/video]Posted 3 years ago
Any particular beef with it mol?
Poor story development – just seemed like a load of events jammed togetherPosted 3 years ago
Implausible set-up – why would a loving family just lock their daughter in a room for 10 years with not so much as an explanation?
Songs that really jarred – kicking off in the middle of a sentence in some dialog
Poor story in general – sister with ice powers gets upset, then gets cheered up.. umm.. ok..?
Poor characterisation – characters were only there to say lines.
It’s not really ABOUT anything particualrly is it?
Brave is awesome. They put a great deal of care into making that – they went to Scotland and studied the forests and mountains so they could get the scenery just right. It’s even got real Scottish actors in it. The best ones being the three local clan chieftans and their suitors 😀Posted 3 years agotoys19Member
Definitely try them on “Brave” then. Very underrated film.
been there got the bows n arrows.Posted 3 years ago
They are well into all the Studio Ghibli/Hayao Miyazaki stuff as almost all of them are about girls with fierce independance.
Current fave is Wolf Children (even though its not Studio Ghibli or Miyazaki).
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