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Why is Frozen so Successful?

Discussion in 'Writing Discussions' started by valiant12, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Xitra_Blud

    Xitra_Blud Sage

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    Frozen was a good movie, but I do think they blew it out of proportion. I don't know. My favorite was The Little Mermaid growing up.
     
  2. Mythopoet

    Mythopoet Auror

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    My favorite Disney movie was (and still is) Sleeping Beauty. :)

    Frozen is ok. It has some really brilliant moments. But I think it has some major faults too. But then, I'm not the target audience. The target audience is kids and young people who are much more likely to overlook faults and focus on those moments of brilliance.
     
  3. Devor

    Devor Fiery Keeper of the Hat Moderator

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    I'm going out on a limb here.

    My favorite Disney movie (from the Disney Animations studio) is Wreck-it-Ralph.
     
  4. It's hard to say what my favorite Disney Movie is. I find them all about the same general quality (except the Black Cauldron that sucker is dated). There are a few standouts Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Wreck It Ralph being the three I can name off the top of my head. Everything is else is about the same to me (good to great). Those three named are exceptional. The Black Cauldron, Bambi, and Snow White I place in the below average to poor (Black Cauldron being the sole Disney Movie in this category).
     
  5. valiant12

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    My favorite Disney movie is Mulan.
     
  6. Tom

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    My favorite Disney movies growing up were Mulan, Lion King, and Beauty and the Beast. I still like them a lot. All three have great stories, and really distinct animation styles that make them stand out among the other Disney films (especially Lion King). Watching footage of storyboarding and the animation process for Mulan is actually what really made me want to pursue a career in animation or concept artistry.
     
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