Disney’s next big animated offering, Frozen, hits Irish cinemas on December 6th and there are plenty of adults who are dying to see it.
Many of those adults don’t actually have kids and will actually end up heading along to the flicks with a few friends to see the movie.
Some might find that a little strange, but here are 5 reasons why it’s perfectly fine to be so hyped about a kids movie when you’re a childless 20-something…
1. THE FAIRY TALE
Frozen is loosely based on The Ice Queen, a Hans Christian Andersen tale that today’s kids probably don’t appreciate half as much as you did back in the day. You haven’t seen Disney bring it to the big screen before so, obviously, you’ll have to head along. Just to see if they did it justice…
2. THE FIERY LEADING LADIES
Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel lead the pack. That’s Veronica Mars, Wicked, Glee and Gossip Girl rolled into one. How on earth could the kids possibly appreciate it?
3. THE FANTASTIC ANIMATION
Have you seen this trailer? Seriously. Look at the trailer. It’s fierce magical, so it is.
4. THE FREAKISH SIMILARITIES WITH ANOTHER FABULOUS DISNEY FLICK
Don’t tell me you don’t think Tangled on Ice when you take a really close look at that trailer. Watch it again if you’re not sure.
5. IT LOOKS LIKE FUN
There’s no harm in letting your hair down and enjoying the little things in life, even when you think you’re too old or too cool to let your imagination run riot.
Catch Frozen in Irish cinemas from December 6th 2014
It is not a kid´s movie… unless you think that Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Pocahontas and all the others are kid´s movies… I find it quite amusing that Disney animation is still considered “for kids” by many people, especially when the real kid´s movies – Iron Man, Thor, Transformers (you name them) are not considered kid´s flicks…
Interesting perspective there jones, I think I’ll always see Disney animated features as films primarily for kids myself, it’s kind of been beaten into me at this stage!
It’s very okay to want to see this, regardless of if you’re with somebody or not. I saw it by myself and had a great time. Good points Sarah.
Thank you – I can’t wait to see it myself when it hits Irish cinemas next week 🙂
You’ll definitely like it. That’s for sure!