Me in my head:
Oh my God it was perfect. The animation was ridiculous. There was so much detail. Elsa was building with ice and I felt like it was 3D when it wasn't 3D. But seriously the details. Anna had shoulder freckles. THEY ANIMATED SHOULDER FRECKLES. And the music was incredible. I didn't feel like I was watching a movie I felt like I was in a goddam Broadway show. Speaking of Broadway shows just about everyone in the cast were Broadway performers I still can't get over that. The talent in that movie was so ridiculous. Queen Idina Menzel is a fucking Disney Princess and Jonathan Groff and Santino Fontana are Disney princes I officially can't. The characters were so fucking relatable like Anna and Elsa didn't feel like characters they felt so relatable. Their story had so much depth and I was psychologically analyzing everything during the whole movie and it all made sense. AND THE STORY! Nothing was cliche and it was so damn progressive. Anna found love but that wasn't the central part of the story it was about her and her sister. IT WAS A MOVIE ABOUT SISTERS CAN WE JUST. And the happily ever after wasn't true love's first kiss it was the bond between two sisters. DISNEY PUT THAT CLICHE IN OUR FACES AND THEN SLAPPED US WITH SOMETHING REAL YOU GO DISNEY! I sobbed through this entire movie and I am a 21 year old adult. The story was that real and relatable and I didn't see any cliches coming i was surprised through the whole journey so I sobbed. THREE TIMES I CRIED! That's not even half of how perfect it is. Go see it right now I'll go with you I need to see this again I'll pay.
David Harris, the Australian actor who plays Fiyero in Wicked, asked me last Saturday if it were my first time watching Wicked. I told him that it was. I’ve heard about Wicked, but never got the chance to experience the magic until then.