In the latest “How It Should Have Ended” video, everything that was wrong with Frozen is fixed.
Frozen hit theaters back in November, and it has been one of the most successful films in recent memory. Not only was it critically acclaimed (an 89% approval on the movie review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes), but it has made a lot of money too: $1.1125 billion.
The popular YouTube channel “How It Should Have Ended” has put together another great alternate ending, this time switching one thing in Frozen that would have fixed everything that was wrong with the movie, but it would have also stopped the entire movie from happening.
Check it out:
As we all know, Anna and Elsa’s parents weren’t particularly good at being parents, and the actual plot went against common sense. Without them being bad parents, almost all of the movie would have been wiped away, including the Oscar winning song “Let it Go.” As much as the plot doesn’t make much sense, we’re willing to let it go (and we’re here all week).
It was an interesting but funny choice to see Elsa sent to Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters from the X-Men series. Elsa’s powers would fit right in with the mutant powers of the characters shown in the video.
As popular as Frozen has been and continues to be, we have to wonder if and when a sequel will be announced. It’s far and away Disney’s biggest animated hit in some time, and it has even made more money at the box office than Toy Story 3, something that has made it the highest grossing animated film ever. It’s seemingly only a matter of time before Disney sees more green dangling in front of them.
Do you think this is how ‘Frozen’ should have ended?
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