It seems that some people are experiencing PTSD.
When watching an animated short feels like a waking nightmare, the film has missed the mark.
I don’t think the intention was for friendly Olaf to haunt our dreams. Oh, Frozen, how far you’ve fallen.
When even the kids are complaining about it, you know it's bad.
When the movie Frozen came out it was so insanely popular it was a zeitgeist for the under 12 set. That was in 2013.
Now, five years later Disney may have taken a giant misstep with this one, if a new generation of kids are seeing this short as their first introduction to Frozen.
The people of Twitter are not afraid to tell us how they really feel.
This short film is so unpleasant to endure, people are likening it to what death must be like. How terrible to think that the last moments we have are actually just reliving this far too long commercial pile of animated garbage!
What have we done to deserve this?
The short is so bad, and so long, and causes us to wait forever to see the movie we paid for. Surely someone is doing this to us on purpose? Is it punishment? Is it just so we all leave the theater and buy more popcorn to pass the time?
There's something racial going on here, but it's hard to put your finger on it.
It’s hard to deny the issue of race with this one. What was it about Coco that made the executives think they needed to bolster it with a “sure thing” like Frozen? Hmmm, what is it about all the characters, and the setting, and the story line that makes Coco different from most other animated films coming out of American studios?
The outrage over the Frozen short was so strong, that theaters, especially those in Mexico, have taken note!