18 3 / 2014
yoooooo if you don’t support Cars 3, DON’T SEE IT WHEN IT COMES OUT
don’t bash it now ok
I didn’t like Frozen, but i didn’t complain. too Broadway for my taste
HOW DO YOU NOT LIKE FROZEN
It was too Broadway for me. It didn’t have the Disney feel in my opinion in terms of the Music. for all the Broadway nuts out there, they loved it. But not everyone like Broadway. I’m not trashing Frozen, I’m glad for it’s success, but I don’t know one person in real life who liked Frozen. I took my mother and Brother to see it for Christmas and the first word out of my moms mouth (The woman who bred me to love Disney) she said “I didn’t really like it” as well as my Brother. and my Friend Justin, who takes his kids to the movies every weekend, so he see’s all the kid movies, said he hated it. The last Disney movie he liked was Wreck-It-Ralph.
But I could ask the same question, why don’t people like Cars? do you know how much money that Franchise makes in toy sales? that’s why they keep making movies, and built a Theme Park for it.
Me I LOVE Cars, in the Vehicle sense, i’m a Gear head, the sound of a V8 Engine is the greatest thing in the world to me. so watching a Disney character race at 200mph is enjoyable. Every little boy I know is obsessed with Cars, my Friend Justin’s little twin boy and girl who are 5 have watched those movies over 50 times, they are the ones Disney is making the 3rd movie for. Not to please the Broadway musical buffs, but to please the 9 year old kid who loves cars, and his dad will actually like it too.
To each his own.
I hate how people feel like if they don’t like something, then it shouldn’t exist, instead of learning to live with it. I didn’t enjoy Frozen, I’ll eventually buy it on Bluray just because I like owning all the Disney movies. But It will stay in the cellophane until I have a Girlfriend who wants to watch it. I love the Incredibles and I’m happy for a sequel, it’s my #3 favorite Pixar Movie behind Monsters Inc and Finding Nemo. and I’m happy to see a Cars 3. Cars isn’t my favorite Pixar movie, but I sure as heck liked it more than Brave, or Wall-E
I felt the same way. I thought it was okay and I do like musicals, but I guess it wasn’t what I was expecting when I went to see Frozen and some of the songs felt forced. Both my husband and I walked out of it thinking it was okay and felt that it should have been a Broadway musical instead. You can tell it was setting itself up for it. It has grown on me some more though and I am looking forward to seeing it on Broadway!