I disagree with you. Having watched Frozen 7 times, you can probably tell that I love Disney.. I'm wearing a Mickey Mouse shirt right now and my mom works for Disney. Having that said, Frozen is a movie of woman empowerment, with is a big step for a children's movie/company such as Disney, just like Brave. Actually, Frozen has gathered $132,958,975 in DVD sales ALREADY and a whopping $1,267,837,000 in box office sales. That's more than Wreck it Ralph AND Avatar. Back to the point of woman empowerment, Anna did not find her prince charming. I don't know if you noticed, but true loves kiss didn't work. It was the true love of Elsa and her sister. Trust me, you don't need a man to live a happy life. Yes, Anna did find her true love, and yes it was Kristoff, but if you had the logic that occurs in this century, you would understand that the movie was about woman empowerment. Please, I suggest you think about what you're posting- before you post it. I do support your opinion though, you just should know the facts before you form an opinion. :)
I read this book before the movie was announced and it is particularly in my opinion the best book I have ever read. The movie was a lot like the book, which was perfect. John and his brother Hank Green are geniuses and I loved seeing their creations come to life. Beautiful movie and I hope everyone gets the chance to see it. Can't wait for Paper Towns!!