On the edge of your seats 42 years ago today.....
The issue is that they didn't know haw to resolve the conflict that way. There was little natural ending with it setup as Elsa as the villain.Fun fact: Elsa was going to be the villain originally back when Disney was developing the movie in the late 2000's. Of course development hell struck and it wasn't until the writers had the great idea of making Elsa and Anna sisters, and having the former become a sympathetic character for the audience to latch onto (Beast from Beauty and the Beast is an example of this). Plus it's refreshing for Disney to make a Queen character who is not evil for a change.
Exactly, with Elsa being the way she was written in the final movie makes her and Anna's conflict a lot more interesting than it could've been if she remained the bad guy. I for one am very excited for the trailer tomorrow, I still love the first movie despite Moana being my favorite of the CGI Disney movies so far.The issue is that they didn't know haw to resolve the conflict that way. There was little natural ending with it setup as Elsa as the villain.
I think they were using that as a way to either (1) express her personality of being a 'free spirit' or (2) it was a subtle way of being controlled, no shoes meaning she shouldn't have gotten far if she got out.I don't get the lack of Tangled love, to be honest. Although it bothered me that she didn't wear shoes.