Once again the Oscars have come and gone leaving in it’s wake a plethora of popular culture topics to discuss. With Ellen DeGeneres at the helm there was no shortage of quirky moments such as the “Selfie Seen Around The World” (seen below), which Ellen claimed broke Twitter. “We crashed and broke Twitter,” she said, implying that the service was having technical issues as a result of said Selfie.
Disney’s Frozen has gotten under my skin in a way that no movie has in a very long time. I knew I enjoyed it the first time I watched it, but I really had no idea just how much this movie would be on my mind in the time since then.
At first I thought that maybe it was just the fact the Disney had seemingly gone back to their roots in making great animated movies in the vein of The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and my personal favorite – Aladdin. Correction, my former personal favorite as Frozen has soundly dethroned its predecessor. However as time has progressed I am coming to find that it really isn’t that simple. Frozen has simply spoken to me on a level that very few works have ever managed. In short, Frozen got to my heart. (As it turns out, contrary to popular belief, I have one.)