For such a successful and expensive film, Frozen's complete lack of diversity (particularly ethnic diversity) really vexed me. Frozen has four main human characters and out of the four: - Four are white - Four are all apparently straight - Three are blonde Looking at this, anda can tell there is very little variation in Frozen's main cast. In ethnic terms, there really is no excuse of this. Frozen needed lebih POC.
I have heard one main argument (read: excuse) why Frozen didn't have any racially diverse characters (and no: I am not counting black background characters). Some say that Frozen...
Forget about all of your opinions on Hans. Just for a minit forget about any of his scheming atau backstabbing that happens later in the movie. Imagine that anda came into to this movie not expecting a villain, atau at the very least expecting Elsa to be a villain. What would be the impression anda would have of Hans?
My bet is that it would be almost the exact same as Anna's. In the first jam of the movie, Hans gives no implication that he is anything other than what he appears. A kind, gentlemanly, slightly awkward young man who is looking for a sense of adventure and a way to escape the overbearing...
I was looking through my artikel-artikel and realised I didn't have an artikel in which I examined Ariel in depth. I decided to amend that sejak Penulisan about a subject it's fun to think about - Ariel's merah jambu dress.
Most peminat-peminat can agree (I think) that the dress looks quite bad on Ariel. There are several reasons for this: the sleeves are ridiculously puffy and makes her arms look misshapen and the shaping of the skirt looks... Odd. I just think it's too puffy and big in general.
Another popular reason for the dress looking odd is that a red hair/pink dress combo doesn't work: