Archive for Frozen

MBTI: Anna and Elsa- ENFP and INFP

Posted in MBTI Idealists, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , , , , on 03/18/2014 by McCutcheon

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What a weird concept, for Disney to make a movie with not one, but two princesses and then turn and (Spoiler) have the romantic interest turn into a bad guy.

If you haven’t seen Frozen by now, you’re either living under a rock or don’t have a woman in your life that’s had the chance. Your time will come.

Anyway, Anna and Elsa’s personalities are not only great fits for ENFP and INFP, their interactions are partly what give it away. Continue reading

The Worst Movie Posters of 2013

Posted in Top 5 Lists, Whatever with tags , , , , on 12/17/2013 by McCutcheon
Hapless hijinks all around!

Hapless hijinks all around!

There are some great movie posters out there. Some really tell a story of their own just with how creative or even simplistic the image presented are. Everybody loves a good floating head collage while some just come up with a design that doesn’t tell you everything but draws you in with something cool enough to make you think the movie might have something to it.

Then there are the other ones. That’s what this is about because regardless of how good the movie may or may not have been, the poster that was meant to draw you in just didn’t do it’s friggin’ job. Continue reading

Movie Review: Frozen

Posted in Reviews! with tags , , on 11/27/2013 by McCutcheon

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Stars: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Johnathan Groff, Santino Fontana, Alan Tudyk

Rated PG for some action and mild rude humor, Running time 108 minutes, Adventure/Animation/Comedy

Compare to: Tangled (2010), Brave (2012)

It’s tough when reviewing a movie like Frozen as you’ve already got the expectations that Disney is going to deliver and it’s more of a surprise when they haven’t.

As much as I wanted to criticize and dismiss Disney itself as a multibillion dollar monster that eats smaller studios alive with no thought of anything but the next massive paycheck….but quality in the films they release just show that they know what they’re doing and are content just being a name. Continue reading