I'm Adam but I call myself Blue because I have a OC character who is a blue Arctic fox and his name is Blue. I like to draw because it's one of my favorite things to do and it helps keep me busy and it gives me something to do if I'm bored. As you can see in my gallery, I like to draw female character tied up and gagged but the thing is, I sometimes can't help it. Besides, certain characters in some shows talk way too much anyway and they need to button it. If I want to draw a character from a show, I go to Google images, type in the character's name, look for a picture that I like, and draw to copy it perfectly well by trying to draw it. Another one of my favorite things to do is cooking because I like to doing it. I want to be a chef when I get done with College and hopefully find a good restaurant to work at. I'm not gonna work at any restaurant, I would rather work in a restaurant that has lots of positive reviews and good food. I have some hobbies that I like to do. I do like to play video games and I'm a gamer. I like to play games that are fun and not crappy. Oh almost forgot, I do have three other OC characters but they are females but they look good in bondages. Lily is a squirrel, Katie is a fox, and Star is also a fox. Since I have finally figured out how to uploaded my artwork on this site, I can show you my artwork. |
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Okay, I did NOT think that I would be doing this. Write my personal thoughts on a movie that happens to have an insane popularity and it's only been around for over a year? Wow, what a position that I find myself in. I mean, oh my god.
The first time seeing this movie being advertise and how it was going to be released on November 27, 2013 (My birthday), I thought this was going to be movie that becomes popular for a few weeks and after that, that's it. To my surprise, Frozen happened to be popular and even around the middle of January 2014, it was still playing in theaters and for the time, I'd found myself being surprised. What kind of surprised me more was how it nominated for a Golden Globe and it probably won. Over time, I kept hearing about it and for how I kept hearing the song 'Let it go' which followed me wherever I went but it was MOSTLY Olaf that followed me the most. My mom and I went to see 'Cinderella' and we saw 'Frozen Fever' first because............Disney. Throughout the cartoon, I found myself laughing because not only because of how silly it truly was, something about it just got me. Of course, My mom just wanted it to be over because she's at an age where she doesn't care for that kind of stuff. Somehow, I found myself smiling and laughing at it.
A friend of mine, who I hang around with when I can introduced me to 'a website known as, Kiss Cartoon', where it allows you to watch animated movies and shows with lists of the episodes along with seasons that the show had. For the heck of it, I watched 'Titan A.E.' and enjoyed it considering how it was an underrated movie by Don Bluth where the movie had a mixture of 2D and 3D animation where it looked amazing. Also, it's got a great soundtrack. 'Cosmic Castaway' is VERY addicting, I will warn you about that. No joke. I rewind the song like crazy and listen to it everyday since I first heard it.
Out of burning curiously, I was wondering if I could watch 'Frozen' and it turned out that I could but I had problems with site and my computer and I tried watching it twice but with no luck. After that, I just moved on with myself but after 'Frozen Fever' at the movies, I decided that I was going to check out the movie and see what the hype of it was all about.
Last night, I FINALLY managed to watch the movie without any problems and I was thankful for it and during my time of watching it, I found myself being in a position where I couldn't believe what I was seeing and hearing but in a weird way but in way where I felt something warm inside. Despite this is 'Disney' and how I find myself not being much of a Disney fan anymore for reasons that I will not mention but there were certain Disney movies that I caught parts of them on and there was something about them that touched me in a way where I sensed emotion. Most of the time, I overlook modern animated Disney movies but when I finally see them, I feel something inside as if I feel somewhat...........happy. For how that happens to be possible is something that gets me wondering about certain things. Maybe I'm overthinking this but then again, I overthink about everything and it's something that'll probably never stop.
As for my thoughts on this particular movie that nobody seems to shut up about and you're probably wondering what are my thoughts on this movie............
Animation: Well, for one thing, I did love the animation and the amazing details of the Winter Wonderland, thanks to Elsa and her uncontrollable ice powers (my favorite kind of power) and as you look at the world that surrounded the main characters, you get to see the beauty of winter and for those who seen winter, we know what it's like and it's visually to the human eye. It's just a work of art and I admire talent and even though that I prefer 2D animation because that's what I grew up with because I love handdrawn animation and you can almost picture the frames in your head as you look at and you notice the movement of the characters and how the creator had to draw the movement of the characters frame by frame.
It's the kind of work where your hand will sore like crazy but it's a rewarding job when you see your hand drawn work digitize and then animated and...........Whoa. But when I look at 3D animation...it's actually impressive to know that it was come a LONG way from not so impressive to REALLY impressive. I will admit that I do find CG (Computer Generated) to be very overrated and overused but for those who know to create something as mind blowing as 'Frozen' or (one of my favorites) 'Finding Nemo', then hey, I guess it can't be all that bad.
The Characters: To be honest, if it's any character in particular that really got my attention besides, Olaf, is...Elsa. As soon as I started getting the 'Frozen experience', I find myself feeling bad Elsa. I soon find out that Elsa and Anna were very close but fearing that Elsa's powers were getting out of hand, the parents isolate her from Anna and everyone around her because she was afraid to hurting somebody, close or not. It just seemed like Elsa had to deal with isolation throughout her childhood and I find myself feeling bad for her because of that. She's actually the kind of character that I find myself wanting to hug her, just to comfort her because I felt bad for her. Years later, her powers were once again revealed and feeling threaten, she flees in fear. She creates an ice palace for herself and shuts herself away to keep not only keep herself save but Anna as well, not only that she endangered others.
Of course, this all can't be about Elsa. Olaf is without the doubt, the character that follows me everywhere I went. What I mean by that is that I see him in every store that I go to. T-shirts, books, Easter egg baskets, posters, and it goes on. I mean, 'LEAVE ME ALONE, DAMN IT!!'. Once I finally saw his origins (movie), he somehow grew on me in a way. Sure, he serves a comic relief and to be honest, there were times where I laughed at him and started mimicking whatever he said if it was funny. The only thing that bothered me about him was the song he sings about how he would love summer and to me, the movie got a little stupid. Don't get me wrong, that's how I saw it. Snowmen can't survive in warm temperatures but Elsa made him last all year long.
As for Anna, she's pretty much like the main hero of this story. She sets out to find Elsa to make things right with Elsa. Though, I did find her dumb for wanting to marry someone who she just met. As much as I don't give a damn about romance, but even I know that you can't marry someone who just met because you don't know the person all the way.
'True Love'? Don't get me started. Just don't. The only time that 'True love' came though was when Elsa hugged Anna after Anna saved her from being killed by Hans (Douchebag) before she froze into solid ice. When that happened, I felt pain in my heart because Anna gave herself up to save Elsa. Just a shocking moment in a movie intended for kids and Disney fans. Just......oww. Sadly, that's probably when certain people started shipping these two as a couple.
Umm.....guys. Just because Elsa hugged Anna out of 'True Love' doesn't mean that they're a 'couple'. Elsa felt bad for hitting Anna in the heart (Ow) and she hugged her and her love for Anna thawed her out. Anna and Elsa just have a special sisterhood bond with each other. Everything about a sibling screwing over a related sibling is just gross. Lesbians wouldn't count. So.....yeah. Just had to get that out of the way.
The songs: Okay, I probably should've known that this was some kind of musical. I'm not the biggest fan of musical because I'm more interested in the story. Of course, this is 'Disney' and Disney had made movies with musical numbers and those are common. It was common in the early Disney and even in the 90's. If it's anything that I didn't count on were a lot of musical numbers in 'Frozen'. If it's any song that I actually liked was 'Let it Go' and that was Elsa decided that she wasn't going to hold her powers back anymore and 'For the first time in Forever' when Anna finally found Elsa and tried to get her to come home.
I probably didn't find the other songs very memorable because the movie had plenty of musical numbers. That would be my only problem with the movie. Don't hate me or anything because I said that. As already stated, I'm not a big fan of musicals. It's just part of my programming. Call it a 'malfunction' if you want, but that's how I am. DEAL!!
Story: Finally, the story. Oh boy.
I cannot think much to say about the story besides that I liked it. As I looked into the ending credits, I've noticed that it was inspired by a book called 'The Snow Queen' written by Hans Christian Andersen, who also wrote 'The Little Mermaid' where Ariel dies in the end. Sorry, but the original fairly tales are dark. That's what you get for making a deal with a sea devil. At first, I thought it was something that the Disney made up, like it was their own thing but come to think of it, Disney had made movies that were based on tales that had been around for years.
Is it a movie that I would want to watch again?
I would say, 'yes' Because there were things about it that grew on me in a way that I didn't see coming. Even though I mostly prefer classic Disney movies and horror movies but Frozen was a movie that was somewhat uplifting and it kind of touched my heart. At first, I thought I wasn't going to be phased by it and have the same neutral behavior or probably thought it was going be a waste of my time (I'm look at you Hunchback of Notre Dame II) but there are times when I stop in my tracks and think about how to react or what am I going to do. When the time comes, sometimes I know what to do.
Sometimes, you'll see a shine of light and you clap it into your hands and hold onto it dearly as if it means something to you.
What does the movie mean to me?
I have no clue yet. I just have a hard processing on what to think depending on what it is that I'm supposed to be thinking about.
So, there you go. My thoughts on 'Frozen'.