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Plot: A Christmas-themed special featuring characters from Walt Disney Pictures' 53rd full-length animated motion picture, "Frozen (2013)". Runtime: 21 mins Release Date: 22 Nov 2017
So there are viewers out there who rate a picture based on a poor choice of timing rather than quality. I get it...many people were put at an inconvenience at Disney's poor choice of setting this showing without notice. Understood. But to leave bias, negative ratings on a wonderfully delightful effort is irresponsible. To those of you who haven't seen this material yet, I highly encourage you to get out there and enjoy it before year's end. Brilliant artwork with a jovial and uplifting story that inspires me to believe Hollywood might return to form in the future. The soundtrack <more>
wasn't close to Frozen, but still maintained a high level of quality.To the Grinch-like, impatient and "my time is so important" naysayers out there...HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
Coco sucked. Stop complaining. Let this stand on its own. Ya'll are hating for absolutely no reason beyond being stupid.
It's not even bad (by AnewId48)
Don't review it badly because it 'wasted your time'. How many of you actually worry about how long a movie is or bother to see how long it is in the first place? You're sitting down at an over priced movie but this wastes your time? Okay.I don't particularly like Frozen as it's just been played too many times and even though I find it annoying this was cute. I liked it and it was refreshing. To people complaining about "OH WHY did they put it before Coco?!" He is trying to find family traditions for Anna and Elsa. He is trying to find FAMILY TRADITIONS before <more>
a movie about family and traditions! It fits, shocker I know.Regardless, it was cute. The animation was nothing short of the quality you'd expect. The story is cute and light-hearted and a nice short for the holiday season. Stop being scrooges people.
Just because it's in front of Coco doesn't make it bad... (by PrincessTarah)
A lot of people are overreacting about this short. It was actually quite good, and if it would have aired on ABC as originally planned, I think it would have received marvelous reviews. The length did not bother me at all, as I was thoroughly entertained the entire time. The music and animation were both beautiful. Additionally, I liked Olaf a lot more in this short than I did in the original movie. He was actually hilarious, and if you need a preview, just look up the clip of "That Time of Year" . Finally, the story was great. It had a nice holiday message, but it did not beat you <more>
over the head with it. As for the people who complain about this movie being in front of Coco, I honestly am not sure why they do it. Theme-wise, they go well together, as they both center around family and holiday traditions. If people think this short was Disney's attempt at making people interested in a non-white film, that is simply ridiculous. Contrary to what the witch-hunting media might tell you, Disney has actually made a huge effort, especially in recent years, to include stories from many different cultures. Look at Mulan, Pocahontas, Princess and the Frog, Moana...I could go on for days. In fact, the entire Frozen short is one big representation of holiday traditions from around the world. So I reiterate: Coco and Olaf's Frozen Adventure were put together because they have similar themes, not because Disney was trying to whitewash the move-going experience. Finally, to the people who complain that Olaf's Frozen Adventure is too long, I say this: You knew what you were in for. The length of the short was widely publicized. If you didn't want to watch it, you could have come to the theater 20 minutes late. It's not like anyone tied you to a chair and forced you to sit through the short film - even though you should avidly want to watch it, because it is spectacular.
About the only time I get around to writing a review on a movie is when I see the current reviews are so off base its ridiculous and this certainly fits the criteria! I wonder, did a major writer or producer get fired during the making of this short film that all their little followers decided to organize and write a grip of negative reviews of this short film, or is this simply just a coincidence where only the negative Nancys. decided to turn out and chime in?I thought this short film was hilariously funny, in good taste, and I loved it! Don't let the reviews be the deciding factor on <more>
whether or not you see this film, watch it anyways and I'm sure your review ill be more favorable then the ratings lead on.
I believe Olaf's Frozen Adventure would have been a well-reviewed, maybe even beloved, Christmas special, if only it had aired on ABC as originally planned. But since audiences are pretty much forced to watch it with Coco, the special is getting a lot of vitriol. Personally, I found Olaf's Frozen Adventure to be quite charming. Maybe they could have chopped off five minutes by ditching Kristoff's song and follow-up scene about a troll-related holiday, as it adds nothing to the main plot. Nonetheless, I appreciated the special's message, even if some might find it sappy but, <more>
come on, it's a Christmas special - a saccharine ending is part of the package . On a final note, I enjoyed the songs apparently much more than most people. Are any of them as good as Let It Go? Of course not, that song was lightning in a bottle, and if you expect a song of that caliber in this or Frozen 2, you're probably going to be disappointed. But the songs are not bad at all, particularly When We're Together, which comes with some spectacular visuals.
A very good Frozen mini sequel, might be clever releasing somewhere else. (by picardtseng)
I enjoyed Frozen Olaf's Adventure. It's a good film, better than Frozen Fever, the last Frozen short. It has a good continuation of Frozen 2013 , the sistership between Anna and Elsa. Some touching little things are in the story. One of the great things is that, it gets deeper into Olaf's personality, more thoughts and emotions.New songs are great, "Ring in the season" is cheerful and "When we're together" is warm. They are perfect songs for this Christmas. 21 minutes long is fare, it required time to tell a complete story.The only worrying thing is that <more>
Kristoff is becoming a irrelevant character. I don't see any reason Frozen still need Kristoff, if Disney doesn't come up with some better ideas. Anna doesn't actually need a boyfriend after her true "reunion" with Elsa.Yes it's sort of a fan service film for Frozen fans, a good one. You need to know what has happened in Frozen 2013 or you might not able to get the point.The only miss calculation was placing it before CoCo, arguably the best Pixar origin since Wall-E. I guess some people consider it as an offense to Pixar's reputation.But being a Pixar fan/Disney fan/Frozen fan, I don't feel anything wrong at all. I enjoyed both, watching the Frozen short film didn't bother me enjoying CoCo. Both are related to the precious family relation. Personally, it's quite upset to know so many people complaining about it. Maybe Disney shouldn't have done it. They should release the Forzen short film on TV in Christmas Eve. But being an Asian audience, I appreciate that I am able to watch the Frozen short film in cinema, instead of waiting longer until the releasing of DVDs.
Well, ummmmm......., it's fine, I guess?? (by hiraishinnojutsu)
Okay, I'm not gonna be reviewing so much since I'm not a big fan of Frozen and the movie literally only played like for one-sixth of a usual movie duration, sooooo... yeah, it's pretty fun, people were having a good time and good laughs many times, Olaf this time he acts as the main character is still pretty funny, cute, lovable and all, Elsa's beautiful and she locked herself again for something that really doesn't matter that much, really , Anna's cheerful, Kristoff's still stupid and simple-minded, Sven's still a hilarious deer, and everything seems <more>
pretty normal for Arendelle as Christmas coming to town, or kingdom by the way, how the hell did they know anything about Christmas? Did Jesus live at some point in history in Frozenverse, or did they celebrate another important and massively famous figure's birthday? . I mean, yeah, it's not bad for a filler episode before the main dish not bad to me, though many people resent it . So, It's fair to say, Olaf's adventure is worth eight out of ten by my just and careful scoring.