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After Marceline starts singing, I'm gonna drink the red from your pretty pink face, on what is clearly a date to her friend The Ice King's castle. He never sat on a committee, turned down a baronetcy twice and once pointedly failed to turn up to meet Queen Victoria when she visited. I'm going about my afternoon pleasantly, when I open my email and a friend has This is the least heinous of the five—but seeing a lonely person acting lonely on . Everybody's special princess: It's something exciting.
And then after the characters, they put a translation. It was so much easier for the author to describe the characters that they were speaking in Korean. I swear, MOST of the author's readers can't also read a single character. Third, the main character's character was not justified. Because she described herself as this quiet, uncaring, uninterested girl but there's a lot going on in her mind.
She's very talkative and she knows A LOT. And those words are opposite of each other. Is the author even serious about that? What the heck was that? Did she wear a make-up just like McDonalds? Coz if she did, I won't ask anymore. But if you picture her as a pretty woman, WOW. I want to know what make-up she's using.
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I'm gonna use it, too. Fifth, very unrealistic timeline and plot. She's sixteen if I remember correctly. And sometime in her past, she's a gangster. And that was exactly 10 years ago. How old is she then? Well, my math skills aren't that perfect but I can subtract and add. And the result was 6! At 6 yrs old, she's already a gangster?
I can't even remember what I'm doing when I was 6 yrs old!!! Highschool stuff is cheesy but I didn't really believe in their "romance". Par for the course for princess-centric Disney animated film. Except when it's both subverted and defied, twice. Afterwards, Olaf suggests Kristoff is actually her True Loveand she and Kristoff dramatically make their way towards each other in the whiteout blizzard of the film's climax, only for Anna to notice that Hans has successfully pushed Elsa over the Despair Event Horizon.
She turns away from Kristoff and instead uses the last of her strength to throw herself in front of her sister and take the blow from Hans's sword. When a kiss finally does happen, it's downplayed and not the focus of the scene, which instead places more emphasis on the reunited sisters enjoying time together, with Elsa feeling free to use her powers, to the acceptance and even delight of everyone around her. Anna shouts this when she rushes to protect Elsa from Hans.
After Elsa refuses to bless Hans and Anna's engagement, Anna and Elsa get into an argument that ends with Elsa telling Anna to leave if she is unhappy. Elsa's main reason for shutting out Anna because she wants to protect her. Little sister instinct when Anna refuses to see Elsa as a monster and goes out to find her.
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Then later she steps in front of Hans's sword when he is about to kill Elsa. In English, this means: Queen Elsa of Arendelle.
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Because Olaf is a snowman, the script can get away with doing some pretty "adult" things to him, such as playing grab-ass and later impalement, and keep it PG. On top of this, the entirety of "In Summer": Blasting It Out of Their Hands: With her powers, Elsa is able to blast a mook's crossbow out of his hands when he tries to shoot her at her castle. This is how Elsa views her ice and snow powers; while there's nothing evil about the powers themselves but harmful if used in certain waysher inability to control them means she grew up alone, neglected her beloved little sister, and lives in fear of losing control entirely.
Elsa, Queen Iduna, and Anna. Upon learning that Anna's frozen heart will kill her, Hans removes all sources of heat from the room and locks her in, but he doesn't trouble himself to wait around to make sure of her death.
The first time we see Elsa and Anna, they are playing in an indoor winter landscape created by Elsa, where they build a snowman named Olaf, and the three of them skate together on the ice.
In the last scene, Elsa converts the courtyard outside the castle into a skating rink, and she, Anna, and Olaf skate together again. The song "Do you want to build a snowman?
Elsa accidentally outs her powers to the public by freezing the ornamental fountains and most of the surrounding courtyard solid, which prompts her to flee the castle. Much later on when she returns, she celebrates her powers by turning the courtyard into the aforementioned ice-rink for them, this time using the frozen fountains as decorations.
In the beginning, the trolls show Elsa a vision of her creating a beautiful snowflake with her powers. When she creates the winter wonderland and skating rink at the end, she repeats those motions, causing it to snow upon the rink.
Young Elsa freezes the ground in the ballroom with a giant snowflake forming at her feet. It's the same way she starts forming her ice castle in "Let It Go" and the skating rink at the end.
Anna's first encounter with Hans results in her causing him to fall into the fjord, entirely by accident. Their last encounter ends with her very deliberately punching him into the fjord.
Olaf and Marshmallow spontaneously come alive after being formed by Elsa's magic.
Evidently all she has to do is make a vaguely humanoid form and it'll develop consciousness. Break His Heart to Save Him: Elsa distances herself from Anna to keep her sister safe from her powers, but until after the coronation ball, Anna doesn't understand why her beloved sister had turned away from her. Happens to Elsa and Anna a lot, starting with the accident as children, moving through the death of their parents, and then the Endless Winter, as well as Hans's evil boast to Anna that he never loved her and is planning to let her die; followed by Anna's resolve to take a stand against Hans's tyranny.
During "Let it Go", Elsa removes her crown and throws it out of sight somewhere in the ice castle. We never see her pick it up again. Immediately after the credits, Marshmallow finds it and puts it on, seeming quite happy about it. The ice staircase Elsa creates during the same number.
When Anna and Kristoff struggle to hike up the mountain to Elsa's palace, Olaf suggests they just take the staircase he noticed. Kristoff mentions that all men pick their noses to Anna. It gets mentioned in the credits, see Credits Gag below.
Kristoff carries Anna in his arms as he brings her back to the castle. This can also be called the "princess carry", which is fitting. Hans also briefly carries Anna like this after she is brought to him by two servants. Arendelle's royal palace has a fortified wall around it, but is otherwise in the style of a fairy tale castle. Elsa's ice palace is even more in this style. Let's try to kill the woman who you've seen shoot ice from her hands with a thought, and then buried Arendelle in a near apocalyptic mid-summer snowstormboth without even meaning to.
It's no wonder that when Elsa finally tries to kill the Duke's men, they are only saved at the last second because Hans reminds her she isn't a cold monster. They don't even know that the Endless Winter was an accident — they just have Anna's word that it was, and the Duke makes it clear he doesn't really believe it, meaning they attacked her given the possibility that she was The Unfettered.
It's double subverted, defied, then triple subverted, exploited, and then defied again. When their parents see the girls in an ice-covered room, they're upset — because Anna's seriously injured, not because magic was involved.
When they take the girls to trolls for healing, though, the trolls show a vision of a mob attacking an older Elsa and warn she must learn control. Elsa and her parents then do all they can to keep her magic hidden. See Failsafe Failure entry. There's then a different subversion when people find out and the general response includes some Fantastic Racism and accusations of "monster," but no one's calling for a pyre yet and most townspeople show more concern about the effects of her magic as an Endless Winter sets in and Elsa flees without explanation.
Anna attempts to defy the trope and defend Elsa, but when the blizzard persists, the Duke sends men to kill her. The trope then becomes triple subverted when Hans redirects their arrow, saving her. He then exploits the trope, taking advantage of the confusion to have Elsa sentenced to death, not for magic so much as for appearing to have used it to murder her sister and curse the country.
The trope gets twisted yet again when the execution fails because Anna takes the blow. Inverted when Anna saves her sister Elsa from being killed by Hans. Made particularly interesting in that this act involves Anna forgoing a cure for, and thus being killed by, a deadly curse from her sister - a curse that had only been placed accidentally.
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Elsa never realized just what she triggered when she ran off to the North Mountain and believes she's doing everyone a favor. Rapunzel and Eugene appear for just a moment among the guests arriving for Elsa's coronation.
At the coronation ball, when the guests are applauding after Elsa and Anna are introduced, there's a dark-skinned woman in a blue ballgown roughly in the center-foreground of the camera who looks a bit like Tiana.I'm Dating the Ice Princess by Filipina
The wolf attack scene. Then when Kristoff is pulled off the sled by a wolf, Anna cries out "Christopher! After Anna lights a bedroll on fire and uses it to take out the wolves biting on Kristoff, he's more upset that she almost set him on fire.
The film uses these to give the characters further personality.
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See the Characters pages for specific details. Hans mentions his twelve older brothers as a counterpoint to Anna's problematic relationship with Elsa. During his Motive Rant he points out that all those older brothers put him so far down the line of succession, he needs to marry into another kingdom's throne to fullfill his ambitions. Church of Saint Genericus: The bishop at Elsa's coronation wears Arendelle's crocus on his mitre instead of a cross.