Do You Want To Build A Snowman Analysis

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The movie features several hit songs written by Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Ever since the movie premiered, people everywhere have been singing these songs. The first song is “Frozen Heart.” It’s simple and foreshadows dangers of ice. A lot of people tend to forget about this song, but I really enjoy it. The backgrounds and animation are beautiful to watch. Next is “Do You Want to Build A Snowman.” It’s kind of a solo, since Anna is the only one who sings, but Elsa and the king both speak during the song, so can it be considered a true solo? This song shows the girls growing up, with Elsa struggling to control her powers. It starts off upbeat, but turns slow and sad by the end, with both girls mourning the loss of their parents. “For …show more content…
The best part of it is watching Anna’s skirt move as she runs and twirls. However, this song has probably the most bizarre line of the whole movie. When Anna’s singing about meeting her prince charming, she blurts out “I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face.” Where did this come from? I’m convinced the writers were struggling to rhyme with “grace,” and didn’t like mace, place, pace, or base. Next is “Love is an Open Door.” Basic love song where the princess sings a duet with the villain. Next. “Let It Go.” The only true solo in the whole movie. The song that made Elsa not be the villain. The song that inspired so many people to let go of their troubles, even though that’s not at all what the song is about. Still, it is incredibly catchy. The first time I saw this movie, I was with a group of people who had already seen it, and one of my guy friends tried to sing the high notes. He didn’t quite do it, but it was very entertaining to watch him try. The next song is another forgettable song. “Reindeer(s) are Better than People” is sort of a duet of Kristoff and Sven, but Kristoff sings for Sven. It’s short, sweet, and to the …show more content…
She is the only known member of her family to have magic powers. There has been a lot of debate of how Elsa got her powers. One theorizor even suggested that Elsa was the twin sister of Rapunzel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhf9dekzyq4 And it’s all based on one shot of Rapunzel and Eugene at the coronation. It couldn’t possibly be because Disney likes to throw Easter Eggs into all its movies. I feel like out of all the characters in this movie, I would get along best with Elsa. She’s quiet, smart, and has trouble connecting with other people. She also understands that sometimes you just have to get away from everything for a while. What I like most about Elsa is that she’s single. She doesn’t end up with anyone at the end of the movie. In a society that judges you based on your relationship status, I found this very refreshing. I know there’s a movement to give her a girlfriend in the sequel, but honestly, I think they should just keep her single. Your worth is not defined by your relationship status, or who you’re interested in. I wish there were more prominent characters in TV and film that were single and okay with it. If there were more positive single role models, then maybe there wouldn’t be such a stigma about being single. Even if they do decide to give Elsa a love interest, especially given the time period and the fact that she’s royal, making her a lesbian just wouldn’t

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