Top Ten Things That Would Make Frozen a Better Film

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The Top Ten

1 Prince Hans Being a Good Guy.

There are reasons why Hans would've been better off as a more developed character than ever back then before, aren't they? Yup. List anything and anything else would make Frozen a better Disney film than ever, before and usual so far.

More Good-Hearted Prince Hans

Even More Romantic Prince Hans

Kinder Prince Hans

More Caring Prince Hans

Gentler Prince Hans

Nicer Prince Hans

More Loving Prince Hans

Friendlier Prince Hans

Smarter Prince Hans

More Unselfish Prince Hans

More Real Heroic Prince Hans

More Protective Prince Hans

Braver Prince Hans

Less Mean Prince Hans

Less Selfish Prince Hans

Less Fake/False Heroic Prince Hans

Less Self Centered Prince Hans

Less Cowardly Prince Hans

Less Busy Body Prince Hans

Less Villainous Prince Hans

Less Evil Prince Hans

Less Antagonistic Prince Hans

Less Wicked Prince Hans

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I also would've easily liked Frozen too if only there wasn't a forced love triangle between Anna, Kristoff and Hans. It seemed very forced, didn't it? Prince Hans is the most abused Disney character, I wish knew more of him, people just make fun of me for being a Hans fan, is obviously that he tried to kill Elsa, but I still forgive him, or people let me forgive Hans, or better yet, I move on from Frozen and find another Disney movie that's better than Frozen. He was just another prince charmless who was nothing but rather used as an excuse for two so called sisters, Elsa and Anna to make up with each other…. I think it could've been better to use Elsa as not only just an only, single, sibling-less, sister-less child in canon but also use her as unrelated biggest royal rival of Anna instead of a sister best friend of Anna. While I think Hans is a good character, I think he's a very weak Disney villain. The twist near then end of the movie felt very forced and thrown in last minute. ...more

Congratulations for putting this one on this list. Prince Hans never ever even deserves to be portrayed as a villainous bad guy in them movie, Frozen at all. They just had to use him as an excuse for Elsa and Anna to make up with each other. This kind of plot twist annoyed me too.

The Frozen creators must have just ran out of other Frozen canon characters.

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2 Olaf Not Being In the Film.

Where would we be without Olaf in this movie? There would be no "DO YOU WANNA BUILD A SNOWMAN? " That was one of Anna's only memories of Elsa before Elsa got locked away in her room all isolated. Olaf is funny and cheerful and he made me laugh and he is one of the best characters besides Elsa and Kristoff. So many people think Olaf is stupid as freak but he's a SNOWMAN. How do you expect him to know that he'll melt in summer? He didn't have a mother! Honestly, keep your expectations down.

He wasn't needed. He was just somebody who Anna and Elsa played with when they were kids. (I like the movie, but I wouldn't call myself a fan)

He's quite useless, take him out of the movie and the movie is still the same.

He made the film worse then it already was

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3 The Duke of Weselton Being the Main Villain

I hate him with a greater burning passion and he would've been better off as the victim of Death Note because he called poor Elsa a monster and he had no right to call Elsa a monster at all and he had no right to call Ingrid (1st half of the 1/2 of the 4th season of the show, Once Upon A Time) a monster either. He has no right to call anybody with cool magic, special powers monsters at all. Elsa's not a monster at all. I hate this character so why is he on this list? Huh? He doesn't deserve his own movie at all. He's insufferable. He's obnoxious! He's a pain in the ass butt. He's really blinded by hatred and fear for anybody who was born with cool magic like poor Elsa. He wasn't worthy to be a canon character at all. I wish he was beheaded in canon. I never thought I say this at all but I wish he had unstable powers instead of poor Elsa. Plus, it would've been better if Elsa had more stable powers in canon. Whoever put him on this list really deserves to be accused! If any of you Elsa ...more

That bastard is the reason why Helga was accidentally killed by her own big older sister Ingrid before Gerda just had to trap Ingrid in the magical urn before she just had to erase the whole entire memories from everybody and everybody else, mention from every book, every other book, every record and every other record. Stupid, idiot writers of Once Upon A Time just had to let him escape.

He was comic relief. Not developed, and not particularly funny either in my opinion. - keycha1n

I just wish Ingrid and Helga (Once Upon A Time) were there for Elsa and Anna in the movie, Frozen and in the show, Once Upon A Time too back then before.

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4 Anna Acting More Mature.

Wouldn't want to alienate the targeted audience. What did she do exactly that was immature? Marrying a man she just met-she learned the lesson. - keycha1n

See if the brat, Elsa was the younger one I may like her more, but it seems like even though Elsa was the first born, Anna was more of the older sister.

Less Immature, Less Childish Anna

How do I think the relationship between the sisters of Arendelle would be like if Anna is the big older sister & Elsa is the little younger sister? Another good question. I honestly don’t think it would be any different than how it is in the film. However, the interesting thing about Elsa is that, not only was she educated and trained to be a queen, but she had these ice powers that she had to learn to control. It was kind of like a “double whammy” in a way, since Elsa was carrying an extra burden and responsibility on her shoulders. Not to mention it’s probably why her parents gave her a lot more attention as she grew up than they did to Anna.
I just think that Anna and Elsa would the same people they are now, even if Anna was older and Elsa was younger. Elsa would undoubtedly still have her ice powers, but it makes me wonder if it would be harder for their parents to help Elsa control them while also having to train Anna as the future queen. When the girls were growing ...more

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5 Elsa Not Worrying So Much.

I still think Disney should've tried harder to do a movie about 'The Snow Queen.' My biggest main complaint about Frozen is that Elsa the Snow Princess/Queen didn't/doesn't always get to use her ice magic powers all the time enough at all. The "Let It Go" sequence was the highlight for me. I still always wanted to see Elsa do something, anything and everything much more spectacular than ever all the time in canon, but she never did at all and it's all thanks to all of those cruel, unfair, lazy creators of Frozen who got away with disappointing all of us. My other biggest main complaint about the show, Once Upon A Time is that Ingrid the Snow Princess/Queen didn't/doesn't always get to use her ice magic powers all the time enough at all either. I also still always wanted to see Ingrid do something, anything and everything much more spectacular than ever all the time in canon too, but she also never did at all either and it's also all thanks to all of those unfair writers of the show, ...more

Elsa was a character written to be misunderstood. The script writers and producers certainly succeeded. I don't care if someone can manipulate snow and ice, I've seen several people do it in fiction, *scoff* I really don't get why people make such a BIG DEAL about Queen Elsa!

Elsa, Hakuna Matata. - PianoQueen

Elsa Being Less Of A Worrywart.

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6 The Trolls Not Being In the Film

To be honest, I don't think the movie could've happened without the trolls. In the beginning, the troll who healed Anna ended up scaring Elsa. This led to her parents deciding to keep her locked away. She lost all confidence in herself. Thus, at the coronation, she couldn't control her powers when Anna took her glove. In a way, the trolls are the villains in the movie. - yuki-blue

They kinda just... Were there. No important role in the movie, no significant lines or part of the plot... I get why they were there, but they weren't necessary and too undeveloped and unexplained. - keycha1n

They were not that necessary and were forgettable characters - idontknow

More Serious Trolls.

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7 Anna and Elsa's Parents Living.

Thank you for putting this one on this list. I'm glad you put this one on this list too. The past thirteen year forced separation ever since after the accident/incident rift between those two so called sister friends over the engagement to Prince Hans at the coronation is the reason I don't like the idea portrayal of Elsa and Anna as orphaned sisters at all but still please don't get me wrong, Elsa's the reason I love Frozen though but I still just don't like the idea portrayal of Elsa and Anna as orphaned sisters at all.

Man, it's not fair nor even right that neither Elsa nor Anna have any mother figures to comfort them, give them any guidance and any affection. Ingrid and Helga (Once Upon A Time) are their maternal aunts for crying out loud. They deserve to be in the movie, Frozen like they should've been back then before and they would've been back then before, not only just the show, Once Upon A Time. They would've been there for Elsa and Anna too.

I don't like the idea portrayal role of Elsa and Anna as orphaned sisters at all either. That was a bad idea, not a good idea after all. It's the most all time, most insufferable, worst nightmare ever so far anyway.

Deaths are parents are nothing but undeserved fates so parents deserve better fates than death, don't they?

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8 Anna and Elsa Not Being Sisters.

In the original The Snow Queen, Gerda and Kai are very close friends and implied love interests who grew up together. In the 2012 adaptation, they're biological siblings who were separated until right before Kai gets kidnapped. Season 4 of Once Upon a Time features its own version of the Snow Queen in a crossover with Frozen, who in this story arc is Elsa and Anna's long lost aunt. Frozen is also loosely Inspired By The Snow Queen. In the original, Gerda and the Snow Queen are totally unrelated (indeed, the Queen is closer to The Fair Folk); here the Queen (Elsa) and Gerda's equivalent (Anna) are sisters, and their relationship is the main theme of the movie. I love the female Kai, Elsa herself but I especially can't stand the portrayal idea of Anna and Elsa as sisters at all so I mostly rather prefer the idea of Elsa and Anna being portrayed as unrelated to each other just like Gerda the original heroine and the main titular original snow queen herself in the original fairytale made ...more

I'm glad you put this one on this list all because of the love hate relationship, especially all because of the strife at the coronation day before eternal winter incident. Thank you for putting this one on this list anyway. Let's all face it. The portrayal of Anna and Elsa as sisters wasn't the best idea ever at all. The portrayal of Anna and Elsa as sisters wasn't a good idea at all either. The portrayal of Anna and Elsa as sisters was a bad idea. The portrayal of Anna and Elsa as sisters was the worst idea ever. I don't think Anna and Elsa should be portrayed as sisters nor part of the same royal family together nor be in the same Disney film/movie at all nor the same canon universe nor be raised in the same royal Norwegian kingdom together at all. To be honest, I utterly hate the portrayal idea of Anna and Elsa as sisters because of the love hate sister tension drama strife. I especially hate the idea of Anna and Elsa being in the same Disney film/movie too. and I mostly hate the ...more

I appreciate you putting this one on this list. It's better if neither Elsa nor Anna were ever even portrayed to be related to each other as sisters back then at all because of the past thirteenth year separation ever since after the accident/incident until rift argument/fight between those two girls at the coronation and it was all time worst, most hurtful, most painful, most nightmarish, most insufferable scene in the movie, Frozen ever so far anyway. That's what made me hate the idea portrayal role of Elsa and Anna as related to each other as sisters, especially as orphaned sisters with a passion from the start but still please don't get me wrong, a female Kai, Elsa's still the reason I like Frozen though but I still just don't even like the idea portrayal role of her and Anna as related to each other as sisters at all, especially not as orphaned sisters at all. I mostly don't even like the idea of her and Anna living nor being isolated in the same isolation in the same royal ...more

Neither of them deserved to be sisters at all.

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9 Kristoff Acting More Mature.

He is the more mature carácter in the movie

10 Sven Talking

I would love that, Sven was a Little funny without talking but if he can talk the movie would be better

Man, I'll never ever even in my whole entire life understand why Sven doesn't talk at all when he deserves to be able to so far, will?

Sven is the only character in Frozen that I actually LIKE! I love Sven

yes

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The Contenders

11 Elsa Being Evil

They were going to make Frozen a long time ago with Elsa as the villain. I wonder the what the movie would have been like if they hadn't changed the plot. - ToukaKirishima

Elsa was a character written to be misunderstood. The script writers and producers certainly succeeded. I don't care if someone can manipulate snow and ice, I've seen several people do it in fiction, *scoff* I really don't get why people make such a BIG DEAL about Queen Elsa!

Or blame the writers and directors for not including another snow queen who's the true main antagonist just like the titular, original snow queen herself. The pure evil snow queen would've been portrayed as Elsa's wicked stepmother anyway in the movie, Frozen.

Why does everyone hate Frozen so much?! Someone who's still NORMAL explain this to me! If you hate it because there was no "Prince Heroic Action", and it was the sisters who saved each other, you people NEED TO GET A GRIP! IT'S THE 20TH CENTURY FOR CRYING OUT LOUD! geez Louise! Frankly, I LOVVVEE IT! (fight me)

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12 Explanation for Elsa's Powers

I still think Disney should've tried harder to do a movie about 'The Snow Queen.' My biggest main complaint about Frozen is that Elsa the Snow Princess/Queen didn't/doesn't always get to use her ice magic powers all the time enough at all. I still always wanted to see Elsa do something, anything and everything much more spectacular than ever all the time in canon, but she never did at all and it's all thanks to all of those cruel, unfair, lazy creators of Frozen who got away with disappointing all of us. My other biggest main complaint about the show, Once Upon A Time is that Ingrid the Snow Princess/Queen didn't/doesn't always get to use her ice magic powers all the time enough at all either. I also still always wanted to see Ingrid do something, anything and everything much more spectacular than ever all the time in canon too, but she also never did at all either and it's also all thanks to all of those unfair writers of the show, Once Upon A Time who got away with disappointing all ...more

Elsa was a character written to be misunderstood. The script writers and producers certainly succeeded. I don't care if someone can manipulate snow and ice, I've seen several people do it in fiction, *scoff* I really don't get why people make such a BIG DEAL about Queen Elsa!

Oh man, Ingrid (Once Upon A Time) would've been there to meet her own equally, empowered niece, Elsa during Elsa's childbirth in the movie, Frozen and in the show, Once Upon A Time, she even would've been there to raise Elsa too, she mostly would've been there to train Elsa to control her ice powers and she especially would've been the the queen of Aren-delle instead of Gerda (Once Upon A Time) and even Elsa too like she deserves to be back then before if those idiot writers of Once Upon A Time hadn't imprisoned Ingrid in some stupid urn back then before in the show, Once Upon A Time, then none of this would've bad happened to the whole entire royal family of Aren-delle if it weren't for that bastard duke of Wesel-ton nor those unfair writers of Once Upon A Time.

There are also still a lot of any other likable things about Elsa herself too besides other than only just her ice magic powers, her looks and even her queen status, aren't there?

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13 Pairing Elsa with Jack Frost

Let's face it. Anna and Elsa would've been better off in separate, different Disney films and especially in separate canon universes without each other than in the same Disney film and the same canon universe together with each other anyway. Anna and Elsa would've been better off being part of different royal Norwegian families than in the same royal Norwegian family anyway. Anna and Elsa would've been better off living in and being raised in different, separate royal Norwegian kingdoms in Norway than in the same royal Norwegian kingdom in Norway anyway.

Why? Jack Frost is fun, brave and kind. Elsa is a cowardly queen who almost killed an entire kingdom. I love Jack, and I hate Anna and Elsa.

Let's face it. Anna and Elsa would've been better off in separate, different Disney films and especially in separate canon universes than in the same Disney film and the same canon universe anyway.

NO.

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14 Elsa As the Most Popular, Most Famous, Whole Entire Center of Attention

UH-UH! TERRIBLE IDEA! She is already way too long overrated, and doesn't deserve to be a celebrity. She is cruel, selfish, ignorant, idiotic, and she can't even control her dang powers.

It's never ever even right nor even fair that Elsa never ever even got any magical trainers nor any other magical trainers to train her how to control her powers at all in the movie, Frozen back then before. It's neither fair nor right that Frozen barely focuses on her. I dislike the idea of her being isolated from the very start.

I also agree. Whenever you have a conversation about frozen,it will almost always center around her. Heck, in the movie the story basically treats Elsa like the most important person in the world to the point where almost every scene has at least one mention of her

Was this a troll vote? because that's pretty much exactly what the movie is :I

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15 Time Traveling

Yeah! We all agree with you. Time traveling is the best, even better solution for Princess Anna Of Aren-delle and her mother, Gerda (Once Upon A Time).

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16 Less Klutzy Anna

€Anna’s "quirkiness” felt over-the-top to me. I’ve known several quirky people, and they weren’t NEARLY as awkward as she was. It also doesn’t make any sense as to how she ended up this way (upbeat, quirky, etc.) if she presumably spent most of her life locked up in the castle. Why wasn’t she allowed to leave? What was stopping her? How did being ignored by her sister for so long amount to her being a big ball of sunshine? “

I had the same question you did. I mean, just because Elsa wasn't allowed didn't mean Anna had to stay cooped up. - yuki-blue

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18 More Arrogant Elsa

If you ask me, Anna and Elsa would've been better off being portrayed as unrelated/non related biggest rivals/worst enemies who really hate each other for real with passions than sister best friends anyway. Elsa as a biological Malfoy and Anna as either a Weasley or not.

19 Crossovers with The Black Cauldron
20 Crossovers With Yu Gi Oh

Okay, this is ridiculous! Honestly, I believe that this would make the movie even worse somehow.

A Ninjago crossover would be better...

Oh god, no

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