How we love Frozen. We saw it at the cinema and Joe and I watched it last week on DVD. And then we watched it again. The third time, Joe was obviously familiar enough with the story that he could ask some questions. So. Many. Questions.
I think this is only about the first twenty minutes. May be slightly out of order since it was hard to keep up.
Obviously, there are spoilers herein…
Why does she shoot her in the face?
Why does she say… *gasps* ?
Why does she say ‘I’m gonna keep you’?
How is he changing them into snow pictures?
How does he change the magic?
Why do they need to lock the gates?
What about if she just climbs out of the window?
Where are they going?
And how do they park if the ship’s gone?
How did they die?
How did Anna and Elsa not die?
Do people hang covers over pictures when people die?
Did she just get the black clothes and give them to the princess?
Who looks after them now their parents have died?
How do they grow bigger in the movie?
How does she not just open the door?
Why can’t they just break it? With a saw?
How does Joan [of Arc] fight? Is she fighting a dragon?
Why do they need to share the carrot?
And how much pounds is a sleigh?
How much pounds is a horse?
Why is the ship back if it sinked?
Is there a real Coronation Day?*
Why does she say ‘a ballroom with no ball’?
How are they going to eat the cake if the man’s in it?
Is she living with her? Is it a flat?
Why is he nice now and he’s still the baddie?
How do his clothes not get wet and in real life they do?
Why does they both say ‘Arundel’?
Where does the Weaseltown really live? Is Weaseltown really real?
Why does his hair flip over when he bends down?
Why does he say ‘I love crazy’?
Why does she laugh?
How does the snowman know they’re there?
How do they make it on a computer?
Does a real lady sing this?
Why does she say ‘I’m never going back’?
So she’s just going to stay in there without any food?! Why did she not even make a fridge?!
* I said our Queen has been on the throne since 1952. Joe said, “How does she wee?!”