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Olaf's Frozen Adventure
Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Animation, Musical, Short
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Kevin Deters, Stevie Wermers
Idina Menzel as Elsa (voice)
Cassidy May Benullo as Additional Voices (voice)
Ashley Silverman as Additional Voices (voice)
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff (voice)
Kristen Bell as Anna (voice)
Josh Gad as Olaf (voice)
Storyline: Olaf teams up with Sven on a merry mission in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 21-minute featurette "Olaf's Frozen Adventure." It's the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna and Elsa host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions and save this first Christmas for his friends.
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How to turn a masterpiece short Pixar tradition into a Disney commercial soulless
I used to look for the Pixar's shorts previous to their movies as the little place where the new talent can risk, and eventually (the most of the times) come with a little masterpiece. Disney has killed that. Olaf's Frozen Adventure is a perfect technical piece of void. No soul, no risk, nothing new, just the old fashioned automatic script applied and extended for too much run time.
I don't think this was such a good idea...
I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving, anyway, with the holiday season upon us, for moviegoers like me, it also means a lot of quality films will be out as well. From family films like 'Coco' (2017) (which this short is attached to), to big event blockbusters like 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' (2017) (which I am really hyped for).

'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' is a harmless family short, something that I think many kids - who love 'Frozen' (2013) - would probably enjoy. The "controversy" (if you can call it that) is that this short film is a whopping 21 minutes long, when we expect to see one that is no more than 5 minutes. This is due to the fact that this was meant to be a TV holiday special, but at the last minute, Disney decided to release this theatrically with 'Coco'.

This is where that "not such a good idea" thing comes in. I enjoyed the 2013, Oscar-winning animated film. I rated it 9/10 on my IMDb account, which is the same rating I gave to other Disney classics from 'Pinocchio' (1940), to 'The Lion King' (1994), and even 'Zootopia' (2016). I also enjoyed the 2015 short film 'Frozen Fever' as it does keep my nieces and nephews quiet when they're unsettled.

I guess the main issue I have with this is that, it would be better if it aired on TV, and that, well... the "Frozen Mania" can only last so long before it - no pun intended - melts away. Especially since the highly anticipated sequel is set to be released in 2019. Just two years away. It's pretty clear that Disney is using everything they can to make 'Frozen' as profitable and relevant as possible. Then again, as a 'Star Wars' fan, they're milking that franchise too, especially the Marvel films.

In other words, I don't want something like 'Frozen' to become what 'Despicable Me' has for Universal, or what 'Cars' is to Pixar. Those films were made to sell toys with their sequels, and people quickly got sick of them. Remember when 'Despicable Me' (2010) was popular?

Anyway, 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' is harmless enough to keep your kids entertained... but is it as bad as... say... The 'Star Wars' holiday special? Not quite... but it's close to that if you're a massive 'Frozen' fan. The story does feel a little repetitive with the whole "Elsa feels guilty of not spending ten annual holidays with Anna because she shut the door on her face", they did this with 'Frozen Fever' on Anna's birthday. Josh Gad does what he can as the voice of Olaf, but giving him center stage is about as good of an idea as doing the same with Jeff Goldblum in 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park' (1997), or Dory in 'Finding Dory' (2016). They're not annoying, they're just better off as side characters to keep the comedy minimal.

Take what you can about this review... if the length dismays you, just think, you could be watching 'The Emoji Movie', which is more than an hour longer than this. So, take a second guess before you label this as "torture".
Disappointment for Coco watchers
Not much of a Frozen fan myself, I was forced to watch this 30 minute long "short-film" before Coco. And unlike other Pixar shorts, this one isn't that well-crafted. It's kind of a waste of time to be honest. I was questioning if I was even in the right theater at first. The good side I guess, is that just reflects in comparison how good a movie Coco was. Well hope y'all enjoyed Coco in the end!
God Awful
I normally wouldn't write a review about a short. However, I hated this movie so much that I felt compelled to rant about what an utterly worthless pile of trash this short is. Everyone involved with this movie should be deeply ashamed, especially Josh Gadd who delivers one of the worst and most annoying performances ever. Not sure how this guy manages to have any kind of a career. Hoping the backlash to this monstrosity is enough to get it pulled as it's a profound disservice to Coco.
Frozen's acceptance of the Disney's death
Trying to give a chance to Pixar animated efforts to make a Day-of- the-Dead after the inventive Book of Life from Fox Studios, I was forced to see this bottom fruitcake which runs 21 minutes. It looks to be a corrective patch for the original movie about galactic sized plot holes who fans consider like brilliant script-writing, and this for the best part. These songs are lame, and this short, a blatant example how Mister Hawaiian shirts corrupted the Disney Legacy with his personal struggles.

Disney is dead, and the staff who rules the Studio just torture the souls of the Disney family in the outer-world with this obscene cash- grab.

Bless you, defunct Disney family, we'll save you soon...
Forced to watch this...Literally
Why on earth was this included as part of Coco????? Kind of got bored, because we were eagerly waiting for Coco to start. Would have rated 6+,but it was quite senseless to add before coco. Had to recheck my tickets to ensure I had actually booked for Coco. 20 minutes of senseless short movie
A forced 4 hour tour of your own Christmas room
This rating and this review cant be helped due to the context of where I saw this - or I should say nearly forced to watch it. This is a 21 minute animated Christmas special that, according to the helpful IMDb trivia was decided to take off the slate of being an actual TV special because it was "too cinematic" (cough total BS cough) not to put into theaters and that it matched up to the themes of Coco (it does not).

It seems truly bizarre why Disney execs would do this aside from their pure hubris - and, well, they're Disney and I know they will one day own all pop culture and so on blah blah squiggly flabbedy doo - since one would think this would get seen by more people on TV; for example I have responsible friends who have very young children, so young they aren't ready yet to go to a movie theater, but they can watch it on TV, and as huge Frozen was in theaters it hit even more of its sweet cultural omnipresence (like the Lion King before) on home video. I think the deeper issue is that the whole thing is not good, and indeed it is quite poor in its songs (I don't even ask for a Let it Go or Do you Want to Build a Snowman, but... You could have f**king tried) in its overlong plot and even its jokes. Even among holiday specials its over-packed with the simple message of: hey, Christmas, go get THINGS THINGS AND MORE THINGS ... but hey, Christmas is about, uh. Family. Now go to the rest of the mall and buy all your Christmas and holiday time things!

The other issue aside from a pushing of a lacking-in-quality product on audiences who aren't prepared for the possibility that they need to duck out of a theater for *20 minutes* after already sitting in 20 minutes of trailers before the new Pixar is the precedent this breaks. One of my joys in seeing new Pixar features, and other Disney animated films for the most part, is that it gives an opportunity for some hungry, imaginative filmmaker (I often picture someone young, usually taken from the ranks of staff at Pixar and Disney) who has an idea for a 6-8 minute short film where you have to get it and get out with a concept and yet there's always the opportunity for a risk to be taken. Lava, Paperman, even the chess short that was the first time this was done 19 years ago before Bugs Life, its always been a typical-length animated short subject, and some are better than others, but it gets one in the mood for the feature.

Olaf's Frozen Adventure doesn't get me in the mood for anything except second guessing what I saw in the Frozen feature in the first place. This is so misguided it's only a wonder it didn't play before The Book of Henry instead.
Let this short stand on its own. Being in front of Coco doesn't make it bad
I really think this shirt is getting unfairly bad reviews because it was shown in front of Coco. It was too long to be put there and Disney should have stuck with their plans to originally broadcast it on TV. If it was done this way, I believe more people would have found it a delightful Christmas show and allow it to stand on it later own merits. WTH that, I think it is a great children's movie. My 5 and 2 YOs loves it and continue to sing the songs. I am personally a little over the whole "Elsa is sad she ruined something again" and everyone runs around trying to make her feel better. We've forgotten Anna is the main character. But I still did enjoy the short. Getting to see more of the people of Arendelle was a treat and the songs were fun. Sven and Olaf are a god pair. I just wish there was more of Kristoff and moments between him and Anna. Disney also missed two golden opportunities- a kiss between Kristoff and Anna under the mistletoe and Kristoff asking what happened to his sled at the end of the movie or during the credits.
Enjoy it before they pull it out of theaters
I am old enough to remember the good times when a free Disney movie would have been considered a gift instead of a burden you had to "sit through". We have grown accustomed to a short film just prior to a Disney or Pixar main feature, and with 21 minutes for Olaf's Frozen Adventure, I felt quite privileged. Olaf is a character known for his boundless optimism and naive nature, so with that in mind, me and my son quite enjoyed his well-meant antics in order to get Elsa and Anna the Christmas tradition they deserve. Of course, our two princesses are there in supporting roles for the emotional pay-off, as well as Sven the reindeer for some additional comic animal relief. Not exactly a game-changing narrative, I'll admit, but no boring stock either.

The big difference is that this 'short film' isn't as short as usual, or as 'Frozen Fever', which was 8 minutes. Both are rather similar in that they are mainly played for laughs and aren't meant to have a very deep storyline. Both concern characters trying to do something for another character, with the complications of that action piling up. But for some reason, some people seem to be thinking that if a short film is twice as long as usual, it should be at least ten times as good.

I don't understand the hate for this cute little (long) short on social media. It wasn't meant to be Frozen 2 and it is quite entertaining in its own right. But apparently, in this day and age where you can skip through everything, some attention-challenged audiences can't handle a special treat if it keeps them waiting for what they actually came for, not even if Anna, Elsa and Olaf are in it. The fact that this short would be playing before Coco was well marketed where I live. But let's be fair, didn't we once hear of people walking out of The Tree of Life because they didn't bother reading up on it beforehand?

The Netflix-addicted part of the world apparently doesn't appreciate surprises if they cannot select it on demand. I am no longer puzzled why the majority of last summer's blockbusters got most of their revenue outside the USA, and why hardly anyone there bothered to show up for the wonderful 2.5 hours that were Blade Runner 2049. Everything seems to require a pause and fast-forward button these days, and most bladders only handle sessions of no more than 45 minutes at a time.

Thank you, Twitter freaks, you've done it again! As if preemptively attacking the all-female Ghostbusters remake, blowing Ed Sheeran's Game of Thrones cameo out of proportion, and hailing the amusing but obvious nostalgia-recycling machine called Stranger Things as a new standard in television weren't bad enough, you now find it necessary to lambaste a perfectly nice short(ish) Disney movie, because you feel it is "forced upon you". And to hell with all those ridiculous one-star reviews. How is it "not funny"? I dare anyone not to laugh at Sven doing charades to get his message across, or the bit with the sauna (a nice series of gags that perfectly balances the line between children's jokes and adult humor).

I hear that Disney is going to pull this short away from the main feature Coco because of people's inability to cope with 20 minutes of unexpected entertainment. I can merely hope that they only do that where most of the complaints come from. You now have two (okay, one-and-a-half) movies for the price of one (and Americans even pay on average 25% less for a cinema ticket than Europeans), so those who love the Frozen universe (plenty, I think), please go before the only place to see it is as a bonus on the Coco BluRay.
not so bad.... the best post credits scene since Ferris Bueller
it surely beats the marvel movies in post screen scenes...if you managed to stay in the theather... Being serious, many say that the "short not so short" forced into everyone is not that bad, IT REALLY is, trust me... it actually tries to cover every single international holliday in hope to be respectful to everyone and at the same time being totally nonsense... Americans need to chill out and try no to be over ofended by everything.... BTW I lost count on the awful songs they actually put in the 21 minute film...
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