BE WARNED THERE WILL BE FROZEN SPOILERS!!!!!
Kay, just wanted to warn you. But I'm pretty sure that everyone that's anyone has seen it already, so whoop de doo.
I went to see them last Saturday with my family, and dear lord. They..they're so freaking cool. And awesome. And hilarious. And. SO. BADASS. OMG. They played every song I liked, and made me like some new ones too! The power they have, and guys? They out-lasered Vegas. I'm not even kidding you. They had more lasers, more lights, more pyrotechnics then all of the acts at Vegas put together.
I'm so happy I got to see them; I've wanted to see them for the longest time, and they're here every year, but this was the last year they were doing songs from The Lost Christmas Eve, so we just had to go this year, and SQUEEE! Okay, I'm okay. Still internally squeeing, but I'm cool. Totally cool....and speaking of 'cool'.
Disney's getting better. I was not expecting that plot twist.
I was totally expecting Anna to be brought back to Hans, him to kiss her, and for it to not work, since they had just met and weren't true loves or something cliche' like that. I was not expecting him to up and be the true villian in the movie. They got me, and they got me good.
If I'm remembering correctly, there was a total of eight songs counting a reprise, which is a lot for a Disney movie, since the usual number is normally five. Normally I'm not a big musical-movie person unless it's supposed to be a musical (ie: Hairspray) but I currently have an unhealthy obsession with Elsa's main song, 'Let it Go', performed by Idina Menzel (who apparently was in Wicked, and played Rachel Berry's mother on Glee) and that song is just fabulous. OMG. So much power and emotion and and...rawr in that song. AND THE ICE CASTLE. Holy cheese. Animating that Ice and snow had to be complicated, and they did a phenomenal job. I plan on going to see it again with my sister, but in 3D this time. I think it's a perfect candidate for Emily's first 3D film.
Complaints: Not many, really. I think my only real complaint is about Sven, the reindeer. Why do all the animals have to act like dogs? Ugh.
Real Complaint: I want the black people to shut the hell up. You got a freaking black princess, now go the hell away.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
I'm so confused.
No, not about the first two eps, that's relatively simple, or Castle Mania, that was mainly filler and a way to introduce a new way to record their lessons.
Nope, I'm talking about Daring Don't.
First, props to the team for the J.K. Rowling ref, A.K. Yearling? Awesome.
Now, what the heck? All the books are the real-life accounts of her adventures? That freaky cat-monster is real? She actively thwarts high-stakes evil schemes that could have disasterous effects on a large scale? Do the Princesses do anything? Like, at all? You would think if Ahuizotl (yes I had to look up how to spell it) was constantly doing these things, the Princesses would've stonified him a long time ago, or done something. Geez. Lazy-butt Princesses.
I got my purple 3DS. It's so shiny! Now to get X or Y.
I'm getting The Croods and Epic for Christmas, yay!
I'm having career/future related problems again. Halp.
Ugh, I got nothing else. Blah-de-blah.
Oh wait. XD
My neighbor thinks she's going to beat me up over cat litter. Yeah, cat litter. She's all talk, and to be totally honest, she couldn't hurt me unless she had a weapon, since I'm pretty sure I'm at least twice the stupid toothpick's weight. As if I'd be scared of threats coming from her. OooOooOoo, so scary. Shaking in my boots, I am. LAWL.