Maybe Hercules does at some point?
sometimes, powers are just powers when it comes to fairy tales, and they don't need to be explained
as long as you establish it early on ("once upon a time, there was a girl who had freezing powers"
except not with those awful rock trolls
I hate them as I hate bort
but yes, I'm sure they knew what they were doing in keeping that vague, especially since Elsa being an outsider is such a huge part of the movie... to the point that it makes her big empowering song take place as she has left her kingdom in utter frozen ruin
baymax is the only noteworthy character in the movie
it's a movie where I really wish the villain turned out to be his brother... not because it would make any sense. Just to see how the movie would try to figure out a way out of that cheesy corner
MY DAUGHTER!!! MY FAMILY!!! WHERE'S MY WIFE????
it's a perfectly nice pleasant animated family movie
the movie definitely doesn't put too much emphasis about the villain as a character. just more as a mirror for Hiro to compare his THIRST for revenge to. so I didn't really have a problem with that structure. I just wish it was the brother as the villain instead! just because!
nobody likes frozen
only let it go
frozen's reveal is mostly a cheat to tack on a ticking clock and hissable villain for the finale
man, how much more interesting frozen would be if it actually came down to the two sisters having to actually deal with their issues instead of redirecting it towards some jerk
If my stupid life was scored by Joe Hisaishi, it'd be pretty damned magical too.
Frozen doesn't have a villain at all until that reveal, though.
Also, the chicken was very good! The broccoli was not evenly hot, though. I suspect they nuked it instead of steaming.
Also also, we got to shame one of Bart's friends because he hadn't seen Game of Thrones.