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so  here are my superspoilery opinions of these movies ---

just opinions, there is no more validity to them than   to anyone elses :)

so, let's start with frozen....

i made a huge mistake before frozen...huuugeeee mistake.
i listened to that let it go song....

now, what follows is an example how one small thing  can snowball into a huge friggin thing... see what i did there ? snowball?
so i listened to that song.. and it sounded  glorious... but it also sounded like an anthem to coming out of the closet.... i mean, i deal with subtext a lot. and even i have seen people see more in my own writing than i intended. rarely but it happened.  so subtext is hardly a new thing ...

we are talking about a song that says

don't let them know don't let them see , be the good girl you always have to be
conceal don't feel don't let them  know... well now they know...

and  this is just some of it... there is  this vibe of a sexual liberation in the song if looked at it from a certain angle yknow.

and yes, i know, i am probably just seeing something that isn't really there...
i thought the same...

then i saw the movie.

again as i said.. spoilers and opinions here

i cant help feeling that this was what happened AND YES I AM PROBABLY COMPLETELY AND UTTERLY WRONG!

writers came in with an idea , let's make a first gay princess.... disney execs froze.. did it again...
and went.. no,. make them sisters and just go wild on the subtext..
i think they were initially written in as friends or something....

because once you get that viewpoint in your head.. holy crap do you start seeing it XD
anna's song about  finding the one has her enacting paintings that show her what she should be doing to the point that she mimicks them .. this is the normal relationship you should be looking for.

anna and elsas coronation conversation has all the tension of a couple that broke up and realizes it was a mistake.
anna's rushed marriage idea comes after being once again hurt by elsa, so in a way she works to make her jealous... mission accomplished.

elsa running away sings the let it go song .. which is just..  oh my... google it if you are curious  XD

kristoff is the most tacked on male protagonist i have ever seen. you could cut him out of the friggin movie and not even notice it.. hell, snowman is more crucial to the plot XD. he just feels like a cop out. since we cant have the girls together, make the most  tacked on male love interest XD

elsa hitting ana in the heart, lashing out and hurting her, constantly running away from her own feelings...

and the ending.... oh the ending... where the act of true love is between elsa and anna...

AGAIN, CALM DOWN! XD if you didn't see it like this,  it doesn't make me in any way right.

personally i blame that damn gorgeous song.... it put a friggin seed of  stupidity in my head and i watched the movie with this weird what if thought... and when you look for things .. you will probably find them. just ask any conspiracy theorist XD

but , i absolutely loved the movie, well except for kristoff, nice character but felt tacked on even if i wasn't seeing things in a slightly skewed way XD

aaand hobbit...

ooh hobbit...

friggin hobbit....

 i was asked do i think it a good movie or a bad movie? my answer is, it is a great movie that felt it was short so it ate a bad movie... so it certainly got longer... so there is that.

again.. spoilers
i liked the first hour  of the movie aaalot.  tho as i will repeat over and over again... i had issues with the padding when it cost us some genuinely fun and clever stuff like conversation with beorn.

but i guess that would leave less time for legolas....okaay so i may be a tad bit ticked off by all the legolas

anyhoo, movie was good. but then it took a legolas in the knee...

coincidentally , my wife and i were rolling in laughter when kili  took an arrow in the knee... we were nerding out like crazy XD

honestly my biggest gripe with legolas was not him  putting dante from devil may cry to shame as he took on  a squad of orcs and came out unscratched the first time.



now, dont get me wrong.. i was nerdgasming about smaug... who was a wyvern not a dragon in this one...
loved everything about him, his conversation with bilbo was a thing of glory...

but then  the climax happened...
and we were  jumping from  dwarvers and smaug reenacting their favorite scooby doo episodes ( thanks  to my wife to giving this vague annoyance a definition)  and legolas flat out cleaning the city of orcs...

and it felt dragged out, and it felt beyond unnecessarily padded.

again, let me reiterate. it was a good movie.. it failed to be a great one  in my opinion.

keep in mind i am in no way a person in whose taste you should be trusting in any way. i am perfectly capable of turning off my brain and just enjoy silliness...
so if you disagree  , i'm sure  you have good reasons.

in a way, this being the internet and all we aint gonna be changing each others minds here

would i recommend these 2 movies. oh yes. liked them both a lot :)
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therandomgal800 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Actually Smaug is a Drake, close to a dragon but not exactly.

i haven't seen the DoS yet, but I have seen the third movie and Frozen.
poiuytrewq232 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Let it go did make me think it could fit as a coming out song but I never got a gay subtext between Anna and Elsa. I dug Kristof but not as a romance, as for Hans, well he just seemed like a forced bad guy. And yes Smaug was a wyvern.
Samael391 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I agree with most of what you said with Frozen, and actually wanted to see it after reading this, but as a writer myself I don't get the tacked on feeling from Kristoph, I get it from Hans. Kristoph is a well rounded, dynamic character that evolves as the story goes on, almost like he was the one Ana was initially supposed to try and get with, but Hans seems like he shows up, he's a nice guy, doesn't do much other than show he's a nice guy, saves Elsa from a cross bow, and oh! He's bad. He was bad from the start. Saving Elsa? Nah, just ignore that, he's trying to kill her.
It just feels to me like the movie wasn't supposed to have a major antagonist, just a red herring for love, and for that Kristoph works wonders for.
Q99 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014
kristoff is the most tacked on male protagonist i have ever seen. you could cut him out of the friggin movie and not even notice it.. hell, snowman is more crucial to the plot XD. he just feels like a cop out. since we cant have the girls together, make the most  tacked on male love interest XD-

I think he's vital to provide the fake at the end. After guy 1 isn't the solution, it must be guy 2!

And yes, I totally saw the subtext too.
skerrigansc Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
I just saw Frozen today. I have been putting off reading this journal (I had it bookmarked xD) because I've been staying away from spoilers, so I got around reading it just now. I didn't see anything like that in the movie and I wouldn't have even thought of something like that if you hadn't suggested it xD I have a sister and I what I saw in the movie was nothing I wouldn't expect to happen between two sisters. I noticed the guys didn't play a major role in the movie, but I just thought they finally decided to let the girls save the day without male help for once xD Now, I don't know what the authors had in their mind (or subconscious) when they made the movie xD But I didn't catch any of what you did xD
Lionheartssj Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ok, I finally watched the new Hobbit so I feel I can read and comment now, haha.

I pretty much agree with all of your points.  Especially the Scooby Doo analogy, very good.  I do wish Bejorns conversation wasn't so rooted in filler material too.

I'm actually pretty concerned with the next movie.  The way Jackson's padded it, I think he may have too many resolutions happening next movie and I'm afraid it's going to turn out very rushed. 

In the next movie we need to address:
-Bard vs Smaug
-Galadriel razing Dol Guldur
-the entire Battle of The Five Armies set up and resolution
-the resolution with the Arkenstone

I fear all of this is going to be cut too short in order to fit a ~3hr run time.
bluelainx Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
...Been thinking about this alternate Frozen since you wrote this entry a couple weeks ago.

I think you could illustrate that other Frozen quite beautifully =)
Lightsyde Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I read the book a long time ago and forgot most of the details by the time of watching hobbit. However my bro who's recently read the books said Legolas wasn't even supposed to be there.... XDDD he was a bit much for my suspense of disbelief, but I'm glad he was there XDDD

Anyhow I absolutely adored smaug!!! He was just... BBOOSSSS!!!!
fat-mabari Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting theory and it could be right. Sadly we'll probably never know, and despite what a glorious step it would be for humanity, the world will never be ready for a gay Disney princess. Which pretty much speaks for itself.

I feel the need to complain though because I was SO butthurt about the prince. Can't they just ever have a simple, straightforward nice guy? Not this "LOL let's add some half-assed evil bullshit in cause we don't have a real villain?" The switch was so painfully forced too I just. No. *sighs*
Also the trolls were too damn much. Without those flaws, it could have held up to Tangled.
theonlytoner Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013
Yeh I felt the pacing of the hobbit was a bit weird. As much as I liked the lore on the shapechanger I really think he could have been cut out and not have affected the film in any way.

I adored Frozen, I saw it with my sister and though we cant remember the lyrics we have spent most of the time singing to each other 'do you want to build a snowman?' and driving people insane XD
I was actually hoping that with Kirstoff's love of ice would actually encourage Elsa that her power was a good thing and bring her out of her slump. Anyway still a good movie.
Xyleea Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013  Student Digital Artist
And Elsa has this perpetual sultry look to her, esp. during the Let it Go scene and the 'The cold has never bothered me anyway' parts. *_* Oof. I didn't listen to the song beforehand but I feel like Anna and Elsa are unintentionally giving out those vibes... But they're sisters which makes it somewhat more awkward (OK so they look like they're in love but they're sisters). And agree about Kristoff, I only get their chemistry during the wolf attack scene, otherwise not so much. FROZEN FTW.
I thought Disney was going in a totally new direction with this movie (true love thing, no prince-y saving the day stuff, and the whole subtext :P) I'm just glad they scrapped the initial idea with the prophecy and antagonist Elsa.
JacKGrey23 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013

I had absolutely NO intention of seeing either of these films--not a Tolkien LOTR-Hobbit fan and despite Sherlock AND Watson playing principle characters in this movie, (yes I know, Freeman and Cumberbatch, but in real life/my version of reality, they're Sherls and Doc Wat') I was like, I'm waiting for "The Wolf of Wall Street".


Then I read this and am now am convinced to see them both because 
A) in heterosex-guy/bro-love with you
2) Legolas. Aka the ONLY reason I watched the LOTR trilogy("Even the TREES walked in that movie"-Randall/asshole Jesus--"...and then Frodo straight bricks in Sam's mouth" omfgwtfHAHAHAHA. Ha)

This was the shit and has made my early morning day.
Thank you sir. You are a scholar, a gentleman, an excellent artist and most likely not Jack the Ripper. I am therefore forced to bid you adieu...n stuff
Newgirlde Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013

OMG Frozen was amazing. ^^

Okay, now that thats out of the way. :)

Take a look at the songs on the Sound Track. They actually had quite a bit of info about the movie that didn't make the cut or got scrapped before the movie started production. But I can TOTALLY see it from that perspective.

Can't wait till the DVD comes out with the extras. I really am curious to see the deleted scenes and scrapped ideas they usually have on the new Disney movies.
morbidgypsy Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
First glance at this I thought it said, "I saw a frozen hobbit this week."  A double take corrected that, but the giggles do continue.
lAffinityl Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Student General Artist
"who was a wyvern not a dragon in this one" like you even more for that comment cause that's exactly what i said :D
miksedk Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Which year was that frozen movie from? I have seen the one from 2011 Yeah go watch it. you'll never go skiing again :-D I actually like the movie :-)
LaughButts Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Xyleea Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I'M GLAD I WAS NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO THOUGHT THAT. Even before listening to the song there was this vibe with Anna and Elsa.
8-0-8 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
Yes I've heard a lot about Frozen, and from that (and other comments) your theories aren't at all outlandish. xD
Moybella Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
Really.. cause what broke the film for me was that "let it go" has the most offensively stupid lyric in all Christendom.

and i give you: " it's funny how some distance makes everything seem small" take a second to process that :)
hairwire Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG!  I have said the exact same thing about Frozen - the whole thing is like a metaphor for coming out of the closet.  I love it.
Zahaki Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Student Digital Artist

(only read the Frozen part of this Journal, as I've only just seen an advance-screening of the film, which is out next week)

During the movie, I started to have the same feeling, with what you said. And yet I hadn't listened to the song before hand. It really does look like the writers was going somewhere with it, but perhaps though the messages in it would be frowned by the parents (as children wouldn't really notice what's going on)

Guess we'll just have to wait for the Blu-Ray/DVD release, for any Behind the scenes to prove the points you've made xp

sweettjrose Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
You have an interesting point withFrozen, But I think thgy didnt 
sweettjrose Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
Frozen is actually based of the Ice Queen by Charles Dickens... And in the book they were sisters.
8-0-8 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
I hate to be a nitpick, but I believe it was The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen D: I apologize for bothering you.
sweettjrose Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2013
Yes it was... I was being an idiot
8-0-8 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013
it's quite okay, I do that all the time ^_^ *huggle*
sweettjrose Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
I shouldn't write at midnight... But thanks for telling me without being rude... It meant a lot
8-0-8 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014
oh well you're welcome *huggle*
it's important to not be rude, I'm glad I was able to do that xD
nebezial Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
oh i know that..and given the  fact that disney was always very  loose at sticking to stories at best.. again... nagging feeling and all that XD
sweettjrose Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
Well movies are there to be interpreted anyway you want... I saw it as a pro-family message, and you see it as a pro-homosexuality message... I think it was best they ended where they were because it left open space for you to guess what happened
Toawk Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I work at WalMart and noticed today that we had Frozen displays up for their merchandise and noticed how the two girls are making eye contact in every single one. The one display with Mister Tact-on he is off to the side like they forgot he was a character they could use to display. There is also a heart shaped pillow with the two women looking each other in the eyes of course. All the eye contact is over the shoulder eye contact also. The first one I noticed was the women standing with their backs to each other and their arms interlocked looking over their shoulders into each others eyes. I probably wouldn't have thought anything of it if not for this post of yours.
NightOfTheWolf Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
I can only comment on Frozen (and I did not even watch the film yet, neither any song or trailer), so that is what I will be doing now.. Yep, now. From here on..:
Go to Tumblr, type in Frozen in the 'search' and you will get tons (and I mean TONS!) of this ship, of Elsa and Anna I mean. People are wild about the new Disney film. So please don't think you are imagining things, I am quite sure that you are not the only one seeing these 'subtle' equivocal conversations and songs between the two girls. And I bet that, given some time, the FanFiction sites will bulge with the Frozen-ship stories. 

Furthermore.. I was wondering, is there by any chance a possible connection between you and Shiniez? C; (I know you are one and the same, it has to. Right? Your style is too easy to recognize, at least for me, thihi) 
I think that nobody can agree about Frozen. Some people are annoyed that Kristoff is 'useless' and can be cut out of the movie completely. But then there is a huuuuge group of people on the internet who were upset because 'Anna needs the aid of male characters in order to accomplish anything but in the original Ice Queen story there were no supporting male characters'. So either way, people are going to be upset either because Kristoff wasn't useful enough, or because he was too useful. =/

I just thought he was super adorable.

Also, Olaf came as a surprise to me. I was among the masses who HATED the initial trailer we got, because it was all about the reindeer and snowman. Good news, that trailer scene isn't even in the movie. And I cannot hate Olaf no matter how hard I try. XD
Arcturian627 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Agree on Hobbit. above all, dear god the script felt like someone was trying to juggle broken glass bottles and then they stab themselves in the end. The dialogue was just a bore. The good parts: the action scenes were fun and loved Smaug and the world was believable. but it's nothing more than a mindless rollercoaster. utter yawn, waste of amazing source material. What a shame... 
Nitetigrezz Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
Honestly I was turned off from Frozen because of the Snowman in the trailers.  I know I know, typical Disney formula needs to goofy sidekick to keep the youngest of its audiences interested, but some of the jokes were so groan-worthy.  I never bothered with seeing the song because of this.  Your journal got me curious though, and I checked it out, and holy cripes that's gorgeous o.o  Coupled with this theory of yours, which doesn't seem all that crazy, honestly, now I'm interested!  Now I want to see how this theory could be applied throughout!  So thanks for sharing, or I might have missed out on a great movie :3
sixt-chan Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
... fan art of Frozen? Soon? =P
Jessica42 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013   Writer
Intresting I just saw Frozen and The Desolation of Smaug a couple of days ago. (it was cheap seat Tuesday and I had an afternoon to kill) and I admit I had very similar reactions.

Loved Frozen and I think your take is as valid an interpreation as any out there. However, there has been a trend in the major animated releases the past few years where the key relationships within the movie has been familiar based.

In particular I'm thinking of 'How to Train Your Dragon' (Father and Son), 'Brave' (mother and daughter), and now 'Frozen' (sisters). So in that context Frozen can be viewed farily easily on that level without subtext. But yeah 'Let It Go' could easily an anthumn for any sort of sexual/indenity liberation.

Any chance we could see Ally lipsyncing to it? ;)

Though yeah both male leads are big red herings IMHO. XD

As for the Hobbit, my most negative reaction was all your fault.

When that bloody dwarf crossbow that I thought you were joking about appeared (actually it was when I saw 'The Black Arrow' but you get the idea) I have practiced archery and been inspired archers for 40 years. I was really looking forward to see Bard the Bowman (who for me is next to Robin Hood when it comes to Long Bowman) stand up with a 200ild pull english longbow amid flames and ash and lauch a long charished Numenor Black Arrow into Smuag's. Instead were going to get a Dragon being takendown by a Dwarf AA gun that literally could be fired by anyone.  Waaaah!

I swear if your picture is right and they have Legolas deflect Black Arrow into Smaug I am walking out of the film right then Batlle of the FIve Armies be damned. CURSE YOU!
XenRen Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
Saw Frozen with my wife and there were so many moments in the theatre where I was like, wait... they said sisters... right?  Hadn't thought about it much harder than stroking my chin conspiratorially and arching an eyebrow when I've seen promo commercials etc.  so I'm glad someone else saw the subtext and I'm not crazy :p

Have yet to see Hobbit yet but I'm having a few more nerd moments (some good, some confusing) about it now after reading your take on it.  Will be interested to see how they wrap up the final chunk of the "book".
bugsyknought Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
Of course it's a coming out song. I suppose coming out of the closet as having uncontrolled and potentially deadly magical powers does sound pretty similar to coming out of the closet as homosexual. Well, hell, that's exactly what Marvel Comics has been doing with mutants these days, when originally they were used more as an allegory to racial minorities.

Of course the thing is these days you can't make a story that has someone admitting to their horrible secret like this without someone coming along thinking it's a homosexual allegory, even if that wasn't the intention and never occurred to the writers at all. Maybe it says something about the homosexual community that some of them think they own the monopoly on hiding a secret from their loved ones, I don't know.

Frozen was based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. It was in development hell for years because they couldn't figure out how to get modern audiences to relate to the characters (I think modern audiences are underestimated by entertainment executives, but whatever) until they struck on the idea to have them be sisters.

If homosexual people embrace "Let it go" then that's cool. As long as none of them start telling heterosexual people not to enjoy the song as a GENERIC 'freed of my former secrets/burdens' song. It's still a really great song taken at face value in context of the plot, without any assumed subtext.
PeixesdeAquario Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I never saw Frozen, but a lot of people complained about how the story was supposed to be about the two sisters, yet hardly anything is said about Elsa, and the sisterly bond only shows up for like 16 minutes or so. This of course made me NOT want to watch the movie.
Well not only that, but the fact that the story focused more on Elsa's sister, and the fact that she fell in love with one guy, then forgot him and fell in love with a (supposed to be) villain... also I hate that little snowman.
Only thing I liked was the concept art, Elsa was supposed to look like this (I think)… I think she looks awesome.
PQRavik Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013
Agree with most of what you said about the Hobbit, doubly those about Beorn, who is NOT the pycho werebear that the movie showed him as.  If you haven't already, READ THE BOOK!!  Beorn is way cooler in the book!!  
Taka67 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013
Saw the new Hobbit movie yesterday. I can see what you're saying, there was a bit too much Legolas, especially considering he wasn't even in The Hobbit. I had also sort of expected him to just be seen or have a brief cameo in the halls of the Woodland elves. It was sort of funny though when he did that entire "you made me bleed my own blood" look. I found Tauriel's ears to be distracting, but that was in part because of an interview I saw with Evangeline Lilly where she was talking about how during ear selection she was all "gimme the biggest ones!!".  And what was with turning Smaug into a wyvern? He was a dragon, nothing I've ever seen has ever not shown Smaug with 4 legs. Even Tolkien's own illustrations showed a four legged dragon. I'm not saying he wasn't cool and scary looking and I thought they did an incredible job on his head and facial expressions, but yeah, that's like the first time the art/creature department for those movies has made me felt let down.
KatePfeilschiefter Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I was so disappointed when I found out they chopped off Smaug's arms. You never get to see a proper dragon in movies anymore. I will still likely be seeing the Hobbit, but my expectations have been lowered a lot by that destruction of canon. It probably shouldn't seem like such a big deal, but this is Smaug. Arguably the most important dragon in books. If you get him wrong, then nothing else is going to make up for it.
mythori Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's kind of interesting to read your opinion about the song in frozen and it's hidden meaning.

When I saw the movie and heard that song for the first time, it struck my heart because of hidden context I was reading inside it. But in a very _very_ diffrent way:

Since childhood I realised something is wrong with me. I had to hide my feelings and what I was thinking because I failed in almost every aspect of sozial interaction. It almost broke me so hard to be "weird" and "diffrent" all my live. I met the end of the like a few years ago. Turned out I have the Asperger disorder. Finally knowing what is "wrong" with me, I was able to accept myself and what I am. I "let it go". I stopped hiding who I really am. Just like the song says: "It's funny how some distance makes everything seem small". :-)
Whenever I start feeling down, I listen to this song and it brings me right up again.

As for your Legolas opinion:

I love him... haha.. so I can't really complain about him beeing OP and stuff..  But I can see your point. :D It felt like a _lot_ of fanservice.
Loved the movie though. Slower phasing. Oh.. and Smaug <3. Loved his design.

Sorry for my English. It's not my native tongue...
Girlfoxgirl Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013  Student Writer
Pardon my random intrusion, but that was quite touching to hear. I'm glad the song is so open to interpretation that it can appeal to many different people with different things that they want to "let go."

Also: I agree, man. So much fanservice.
mythori Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's the real beauty of songs:
Melody and/or text can touch everyones heart in many diffrent ways.
amyfhc13 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013
I sort of disagree with the 'Kristoff being a pointless character' thing. After all, how would Anna have even made it to Elsa without him! She had no sled, no way of defending herself against the wolves, and no way of finding where Elsa was in the slightest on that ginormous mountain. Without Kristoff there she would never have even found Elsa and probably would have died out in the snow! That, and I can understand your argument with the whole Elsa/Anna subtext, but they're just sisters... They used to be close, haven't seen each other in forever, haven't been able to form that sisterly bond, so I don't really think there's anything more to it than that o.o
cric Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
the most remembered scene from The Hobbit from me was, when Bombur, inside the barrel, rising like some sort of autobot and start kicking some orcs's asses

it's just plain unexpected and awesome, knowing that in the first Hobbit movie what he done is just some slapstick act

and I think I am the only one who is quite annoyed with Legolas sweeping all the orc all along the film :lmao: 
MaggieFurfriend Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I can see what you mean with Frozen .. And it could have been a more awesome plot if it were like that - more risky.. But better! 

I friggin loved Smaug! I haven't read any of the books, but what I can say is - what a beautiful movie!
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