The movie features talking cars, which Will seems to enjoy. I appreciate the legendary voices of Paul Newman and George Carlin. It has a great message of friendship (like most Pixar movies have) and tons of merchandise opportunities (ditto).
We have “Mater’s Tall Tales” on dvd and most of the vehicles from the movie.
It was no contest.
My mom and aunt, routinely take him to the latest animated movie that comes to our downtown theater. Will does not have a refined taste for movies.
He enjoyed Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked.
Late last year the ladies noticed an opportunity to take Will off our hands for about 2 hours. I really didn’t pay attention to what was playing at the time, but afterwards he said “I liked it”.
After watching Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked “I liked it”.
Flash forward to this week, I can’t forget that movie even if I tried.
The movie is called “Frozen” and Will has been singing the Academy Award song from that movie, “Let it Go.”
I blame the girl on the bus. Apparently she sings it all the time. Hopefully only near Will and not directly to him.
We have a clip of the song on the Disney channel and he does the motions of Elsa as if he’s auditioning for the Broadway musical based on the screenplay. His face reflects her doubts about people discovering her hidden secret. His hands and arms emphasize her sudden jubilation of her sudden freedom.
I can’t forget his feet mimicking stepping when she makes the icy bridge.
It’s very cute and sweet.
I just wish he hadn’t put the song in my head. I put my foot down at work today and sang “Here I stand and here I’ll stay”.
I have never said “frozen fractals” in my life.
But I did today.
I have one minor complaint with my son’s impromptu production. The last line of her song is “the cold never bothered me anyway.”
Proof that “Frozen” is a fantasy.