It's one of the best parts of the movie, I'm surprised Disney put it up for free on the Internet while it's still in theatres, though, but I guess it's good advertising for the rest of the film, which is a very good film indeed.
I liked FROZEN better than WRECK-IT RALPH (which I also enjoyed), so I might have to hand in my sperg card for liking a movie without Sonic the Hedgehog more than I liked a movie that had Sonic the Hedgehog in it.
|Pope Caius |
That was cool.
Decent song. Alan Menken still could've done better, however. Maybe. Maybe Alan Menken is irrelevant to this age...
Alan Menken will never be irrelevant.
I was prepared to hate this film. We'll have to see.
Yeah, I like the melody, but the lyrics aren't that great. Disney still hasn't found another Howard Ashman.
|infinite zest |
Interesting. I saw that this was playing at a single-theatre near my house that usually plays indie films, so I thought they were showing the movie "Frozen" where they get trapped on the chairlift.
|infinite zest |
The song is kind of like if Miley Cyris' "Wreckingball" people took a step back. Five people wrote that song (Miley wasn't one of them) and they still couldn't pump out more than four-or-so chords. This is like, good Musical-quality music that works as a pop song as well. Disney really hasn't had one of those since Vanessa Williams and Luther Vandross teamed up in "Aladdin".
Yah know, I was avoiding "Wrecking Ball" but then I heard it in a dollar store and it really wasn't that bad a song. Still haven't seen the video, not planning on changing that.
Yeah. For a pop song it's tolerable. I was just using that as an example because if you listen to them back-to-back (not recommended) they're almost the same song. This one just has way more layers
|The Mothership |
blond blue eyed villains out of Disney, what next?
She seems kinda frigid.
|Sanest Man Alive |
This song is a metaphor for coming out of the closet, right?
...What? It's Disney.
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