Hating 'Frozen' Doesn’t Make You Cool

Hating 'Frozen' Doesn’t Make You Cool

Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.


Whenever people ask me what my favorite Disney movie is, I take a deep breath before I give them an answer. I have an entire spiel memorized for when they ask me for an explanation because apparently, no one understands how "Frozen" (aka the best movie ever made) could be my favorite Disney movie. After all, I'm a huge Disney nerd, right? And since I was born in the 90s, my favorite should be "Aladdin", "Mulan," "Beauty, and the Beast" or "The Lion King," right? Wrong.

Now, of course, I love those movies. In fact, I actually love dressing up as Belle for Halloween because people say I look just like her. I am also obsessed with all the soundtracks from every single Disney movie ever made, and you'll find me singing along to all of them, all day, every day. But there's something about "Frozen" that caught my attention from the very first time I ever watched it.

I remember it quite clearly, actually. It was 2013, I was 17 years old, and I was hanging out in my parents' bedroom, waiting for them to pick a movie. We hadn't had the opportunity to watch Frozen in theaters because life got in the way, and so we ended up deciding to watch it that day. At first, I was intrigued by the ice-picking scene. I didn't know what to expect, but my eyes were glued to the TV. And then I saw Princess Anna. She was incredibly pale like me, and she had freckles on her face like I used to when I was little, but most importantly, her bubbly personality really spoke to me. She was the very first Disney princess I could actually relate to because she was a normal human being.

Anna wasn't the weird but gorgeous town girl, she wasn't a warrior, she had no powers, she wasn't a mermaid, and she seemed to be really content with just being herself. Not to mention, our complexions are very similar and we share the same name. As the movie progressed, I fell more and more in love with Princess Anna, and I knew for a fact that those songs, that story, and those characters would forever be engrained in my heart.

For the first few months after "Frozen" was released, EVERYBODY was obsessed with it (and for good reason!). But after what I like to call the "Let It Go Mania" started fading, people started complaining. In 2015, Frozen Summer Fun debuted at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and people complained. That same year, the Walt Disney Animation Studios released Frozen Fever as a short film, and people complained. In 2016, Walt Disney World opened a Frozen themed ride at Epcot, and people complained some more. I honestly didn't get it. Why would people hate on such a beautiful and meaningful movie?

In my eyes, there's absolutely no reason why people could ever hate on Frozen. It's an aesthetically pleasing movie with gorgeous animation (I mean, just watch the Frozen 2 teaser trailer…chills), wonderful, catchy songs, fun characters, and an inspiring storyline. So, I rest my case. If you "hate" Frozen for no apparent reason, you don't hate it at all. You're just trying to be cool and your heart is made of ice. I urge you to grab a blanket, make some hot chocolate for you and a friend (or your sibling!), and watch the masterpiece that is Frozen. And remember; only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.

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7 Signs You Definitely Belong In Ravenclaw

"Where those of wit and learning will always find their kind."


When Pottermore first became a thing, and you took the Sorting Hat quiz, you may have been disappointed to be sorted into Ravenclaw instead of Gryffindor. However, if you didn't retake the quiz until you got Gryffindor and just accepted Ravenclaw, you probably learned to embrace it. How could you not with such an iconic Ravenclaw such as Luna Lovegood? I mean, arguably, she's the best character in the whole series. (But that's just my opinion)

Or, you may have never taken the Sorting Hat quiz, and you're not quite sure what Hogwarts House you belong to. That's okay! Some of the Harry Potter cast members didn't even know their sorting until just a few years ago. Most of them didn't even belong to the houses that they played in. Nothing was more surprising than when Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) got sorted into Gryffindor. If you haven't seen the video, Click Here to check it out. Some of the results may shock you!

I am a Ravenclaw. I got sorted a few years ago, and I originally got Slytherin, but I knew deep down that I was a Ravenclaw, so I kept taking the quiz until I got the results I wanted which makes me a Slytherin. If you're all for the hybrid House theory, I'm a Slytherclaw.

Being a Ravenclaw means that I know no other House better than my own. I'm not good at sorting my friends or being able to type fictional characters into a Hogwarts House. But, I can tell when someone is a Ravenclaw. Here are a few signs you or your friends belong in Ravenclaw.

1. You're the "smart friend" of the group

You may not be, really, but you like to believe you are. Or, at least, you gloat that you belong to the "smart house." But above all, you value your intelligence, and when you take personality quizzes, that's the trait you always choose.

2. You're creative

You're always coming up with new ideas! Whether it be a new idea for a book or a new painting. You can often be found intensely focused on whatever story you're typing or covered in paint.

3. You're not afraid to be yourself

Just like Luna Lovegood, you don't really care what others think of you. You're not shy when it comes to showing your true colors and being yourself. You'd rather people like you for you, however odd you may be, and not for the act you put on.

4. You're extremely good at solving riddles

I mean, you kinda have to be to get into your own common room! You're an ace when it comes to those weird riddles that no one else gets. You also may enjoy word games or puzzles.

5. You love to read and learn

Of course, there are going to be a few classes that you just can't stand but overall, you love school and love to learn new things. You are never done learning.

You also love to read books; books about anything at all. You can always be found in a library or a bookstore or cuddled up with your favorite novel.

6. You're introverted

Sometimes you just need some alone time. You get easily drained and don't particularly enjoy situations in crowded spaces with a lot of people. You'd much rather be home, alone, with your dog or cat.

7. You enjoy vintage things

You love listening to vinyl instead of streaming music and love watching old movies. (Old meaning 90s and older). You love vintage fashion even if you can't afford that style yourself and find yourself attracted to the historical rather than the modern.

These are just a few things that most Ravenclaws do. Of course, every Ravenclaw is different. Just like its members, it is not cookie-cutter. Ravenclaws are unique, and you should be proud to belong to this house.

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My Rotten Tomato Review Of The Recent 'Captian Marvel' Movie

I'll give you more than just a percentage


This new movie was released March 8th of 2019.

The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Now I don't claim to be a movie critic and I'll be honest, I haven't seen all the movies in the Marvel series but I've seen a majority of them. By far Captain Marvel was one of the most confusing movies to follow and it couldn't keep my attention for the whole time. Captain Marvel has received an 80% on rotten tomatoes and a 7.1/10 from IMDb. But I have learned that normally movies that get a good rate on rotten tomatoes tend to not be the best. 60% of the audience that reviewed it actually enjoyed the movie.

"Lacking the wit and graphic oomph that sometimes rescues the Marvel franchise from terminal fatigue, "Captian Marvel" is yet another origin story for yet another superhero"

But in the standings of origin stories, Captain Marvel doesn't even stand on the same level as the origin stories of say-the OG Captain America or even Spiderman. While the movie does embrace female empowerment and breaking out of their shackles, the lead actress feels kept in check for much of the movie. She is reminded to keep her strength under control and minimized. The actor, herself, doesn't really start acting until 30 minutes into the movie and maintains a robot act.

The uncertainty of cuts between what would be reality and flashbacks had my mind in a boggle. There is an insight into Captain Marvels mind and it makes the audience just as confused as she appears to be. Overall the movie feels a little gimmicky and dragged out.

But, on the bright side, it did score the biggest worldwide launch of all time for a female-led movie, scoring the sixth best worldwide start of all time with $455 million.

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