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Frozen (Disney Movie)

Transcript: Walt Disney Company Theme Parks (Disney World/ Disney Land) Family Resorts (Cruises) ABC Studios ABC Television Network(ABC News and ABC Sports) ESPN Lifetime Disney Channel Distributes movies Walt Disney Pictures Pixar Animation Studios Touchstone Pictures Hollywood Pictures Miramax Films Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment *the movie came out in 2013. The Big Six 1. Warner Brothers 2. Paramount 3. Twentieth Century Fox 4.Universial 5. Columbia Pictures 6. Disney Campbell Story line based off of Princesses Anna says Yes to marry Hans, a man she just met No ethnic or racial diversity in the movie. Ch. 7 Movies and the Impact of Images the message of feminine qualities changes Although she says Yes to marry Hans. Kristoff and Elsa make fun of marrying a complete stranger throughout the movie The concept of true love Differences Campbell, Richard, Christopher R. Martin, and Bettina Fabos. Media Essentials: a brief introduction. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2013. Print. Giroux, Henry. Breaking in to the Movies. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. Print. Grazian, David. Mix It Up. New York: W.W Norton & Company, 2010. Print. http://boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?yr=2013 Henry Giroux-Ch.7: Children's Culture and Disney Let It Go "All of the female characters in these films are ultimately subordinate to males, and define their sense of power and desire almost exclusively in terms of dominant male narratives" (Giroux 114). "It appears crucial that parents, educators and others pay attention to how these Disney films and visual media are used and understood differently by diverse groups of kids" (Giroux 125). Don't let them in, don't let them see Be the good girl you always have to be Conceal, don't feel, don't let them know Well, now they know! It's funny how some distance Makes everything seem small And the fears that once controlled me Can't get to me at all! It's time to see what I can do To test the limits and break through No right, no wrong, no rules for me I'm free! Let it go, let it go And I'll rise like the break of dawn Let it go, let it go That perfect girl is gone! "Most movies feature a number of stories that play out within the film's larger, overarching narrative. These narratives also present recognizable character types (protagonist, antagonist, romantic interest, sidekick) and have a clear beginning, middle, and end" (Campbell 205). How has Disney changed and in what ways has it stayed the same? "Together, the Big Six account for more than 90 percent of the revenue generated by commercial films" (Campbell 213). Frozen (Grazian 52-53) Ch. 3 Monsters. Inc Frozen is #3 TOP 20 in 2013 Grazian Frozen is a movie about two sisters Elsa, the queen, and Anna, the princess. Elsa has the special abilities that allow her to create ice. She runs off leave behind her duties as queen and Anna tries to bring her back to her kingdom. Same Summary Conclusion Citations Campbell by: Destini Torres Ch.6 Risky Business Frozen is #3. Fits the standards be in the Top 20. It is computer-generated and artful animation. Disney is in the Big Six. It continues to influence culture and adult culture. Besides producing and selling movies, merchandize come with popular films. How can Disney move forward in the messages it provides in their film? How do you think it will change in the next five years? Grazian "...the remaining three motion pictures in the Top 20 rely on either computer-generated imagery (or CGI), artful animation, or fireballs galore... Furthermore, these kinds of ilms easily lend themselves to branding and merchandising opportunities" (Grazian 123)

Frozen; Disney Analysis

Transcript: By Haley Johnson Values (Good or Bad) GOOD: Anna: Elsa's sister, goes on adventure to save Arendalle from winter, whilst also solving her sister's ice problem (F, white). Playful, naive, determined, excitable. Olaf: Naive, hilarious, also goes on adventure with Anna and Kristoff to Elsa's castle. (M, literally white) Kristoff: Comes off mean at first, but saves Anna from hypothermia and helps them on their way up to the castle. Genuinely nice. (M, white) Slightly arrogant, tough guy persona but softie on the inside. Sven: Kristoff's reindeer buddy that also assists them on their adventure. Funny, lightens mood. Kristoff's brother, basically. (M, deer) Good: Stereotyping Positive Aspects: teaches young children don't judge a book by its cover (Hans, the seemingly Prince Charming who actually ended up being a horrible person) the power of sacrifice (Elsa sacrifices her own happiness in order to keep Anna safe, and Olaf helps Anna, Kristoff, and Elsa figure out how to end the perpetual winter even though warmer temperatures will end his life. ) the importance of self-control (Elsa and her powers) your actions affect others (Elsa freezing the kingdom) Negative Aspects: Anna is almost completely reliant on marrying the Prince right away, this is her goal at the beginning. Teaches young girls to marry rich, basically. BAD: Hans: Is immediately thought of as a Prince Charming, happily-ever-after type, but his ulterior motives are eventually seen as trying to take over Elsa's reign over Arendalle. (M, white) Arrogant, but a very great faker. Marshmallow: Elsa's accidentally-made monster that guards her castle. (snow, white? gender?) Mad. Duke of Weselton: Also wants to take over Arendalle, he's a little whiny weasel, and also wants to coop Elsa up in a jail. (M, white) MISUNDERSTOOD: Elsa: She is a good guy but is misunderstood as the villain when she accidentally starts freezing things, and ultimately freezes all of Arendale. Means well, tried to hide her ice powers but accidentally hurts and startles people. Queen of Arendalle. (F, white) Independent, smart, cool (literally), reserved. A subtle message of typical Disney tale is being sent here, but is quickly turned around. Themes and Morals Frozen: Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Snow Queen Tells the story of a fearless princess who sets off on an epic journey alongside a rugged iceman, his loyal pet reindeer, and a naïve snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. The Snow Queen: Lived on the highest peak of the Alps, 2 siblings (Gerda and Kay) go to find her, one of the siblings is frozen and then is revived by the others tears. GOAL! Good Guys vs Bad Guys Gender Roles There are many valuable lessons present in Frozen, such as: "never judge a book by it's cover" (Hans, who seems to be the perfect guy but is actually a horrible person), "sometimes you have to sacrifice things for the people you love" (when Kristoff's sled gets destroyed whilst trying to help Anna reach Elsa) "love doesn’t have to come from a significant other, it can also come from family or friends" (when true love's kiss (Hans) doesn't work and the real true love is Anna's sister) Some themes in the movie would be; first love is not always the right one, love is important in all aspects and can help you overcome anything, and people are not always how they seem. Positive/Negative Aspects Story Based On? Disney Analysis All characters are Caucasian in Frozen, most are royalty (live in a royal kingdom). The royal kingdom setting could have something to do with the wealth, and something to do with how every single character is Caucasian. A stereotype could be that all white people are wealthy The typical princess, prince charming theme is not present. The female characters are strong and hold their own weight, the "Prince Charming" ends up being a ploy to take over Arendalle. The female characters, Elsa and Anna, hold their own and never are trumped by the male characters. The male characters are not stereotypical knight-in-shining-armour types, Hans seems to be and then ends up being a villain. Kristoff is definitely not a typical 'Prince' type, he is not gentlemanly but ends up being one of the most prominent reasons for Anna reaching her goal to find Elsa. Disney definitely broke out of the traditional helpless-princess-waiting-for-her-prince stereotype. Frozen is definitely a feminist film, suggested by: when Anna goes in search of her sister alone, leaving the male (Hans) to watch the castle, when Anna chooses to save her sister rather than run to her man (Kristoff) ultimately saving herself, and also when Elsa saves Anna with true love's kiss-the love of a sister, not a man, being the important distinction. There is also a big stereotype that all heroines are beautiful, because Anna and Elsa are both gorgeous. There is not one unattractive female in the film that is at all close to being a main character. Disney

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