The sexual preference of Frozen’s Elsa—a fictional character who lives in a land that is not real—has never struck me as a pressing issue, but apparently it has for many others.
I saw Moana over the weekend. It’s a thoroughly entertaining, quality kids movie with minimal pee jokes, though it did not move me like either Inside Out or Zootopia. That’s probably because—as was expressed on many platforms when the film was first announced—it sits in the canon of always much-discussed Disney…
China’s just been awarded the 2022 winter Olympics, but the country’s government can’t start celebrating yet. Despite the many reasons that activists have given for the games not to be held in China—there’s no snow and the country’s an oppressive human rights nightmare—the biggest issue might be that one of China’s…
Senator Pat Roberts, an old man, was reportedly in a “hearing on US Tariff Policy” when his Frozen-themed ringtone went off and embarrassed him in front of a bunch of other old men familiar with Frozen. He played it off by announcing, “Just let it go.” A little obvious for my tastes, but a solid save overall. (Given…
Disney has announced that a Frozen 2 film is a go, thus ensuring that Frozen madness will never end and an entire generation of children of global warming will recall fondly shared childhood memories of watching a movie about the extreme cold.
Poor Elsa of Arendelle! Just when she thought that it was safe to come out of her ice castle and build a snowman with her cloyingly perky sister, the police department of Harlan, Kentucky has issued a warrant for her arrest. Do you want her dead or alive, Harlan, Kentucky? And how much do I get for turning her in?
This adorable little boy is probably the world's biggest Frozen fan and he is not afraid to show his love for the movie's signature song.
When this little girl asked for a Frozen doll for Christmas, she probably did not expect the possibility of getting a doll frozen in a block of ice. CLASSIC MISTAKE. She only has herself to blame. I mean, can anyone really blame her ingenious jokester father who pulled the most epic Frozen-related fast one? I only…
Want to hear the full version of Lea Michele singing "Let It Go" on Glee? Oh, you do? I was being kind of sarcastic, but—uh—here it is, I guess.
The final season of Glee premieres on Jan. 9 and there's now a promo video featuring Lea Michele belting "Let It Go," a choice that's apropos and annoying at the same time. According to this 20-second teaser, Rachel and Kurt are back at McKinley to revive the Glee Club, but Sue's gonna give them hell.
Philosophers, religious experts, scientists and drunk people on Twitter have pondered the meaning of life for eons. Why are we here? What is this world all about. I can tell you finally, because I am the only one who has figured it out. The meaning of life, the great mystery of why we exist, is for one reason and one…
I've never seen Frozen, so I am just going to assume the movie was one giant metaphor about bowel movements because this young lady's version of "Let It Go" just spoke to me. Interestingly enough, now that I think it's about poop, I actually want to see Frozen.
You know what, mom and dad? If you're not going to take your kid singing "Let It Go" while wearing official Disney tie-in apparel seriously, you honestly deserve to get called out for it. You're just lucky this little girl loves you so much that she chose not to "bust you in a minute."
The best part: "Kids don't know what fractals are."
Frozen's conquest of every aspect of pop culture is showing no signs of slowing down. In this teaser for the fourth season of the ABC show, we see the snow queen walk the streets of Storybrooke, freezing nearly everything in sight.
Forget your "happily ever after," Disney princesses.
Friday night, at a performance in Milan, Italy, Pearl Jam cut in on a performance of "Daughter" to play a few licks from Frozen's "Let it Go."
Frozen continues its relentless march across the face of the planet. Not content to drive English-speaking parents to drink, Disney is rolling out "localized" versions of the movie for languages around the world. But why is the Arabic version so weird?
A father in Kansas tried and failed to find a way to rid his home of the Oscar-winning song "Let It Go" from the movie Frozen.
You'll never believe how well this new version of "Let It Go" works with Game of Thrones.