The Heart Is Not So Easily Changed

“The heart is not so easily changed, but the head can be persuaded.” – Pabbie, Disney’s Frozen

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A few weeks ago, I went with a few friends to see Disney’s Frozen and (being a Disneyfied-minded-borderline-obsessive kind of girl) LOVED IT!

I think it was a nice loose adaptation to the original The Snow Queen story but also a good twist of Disney’s usual recipe for true love plotlines.

And on top of that, I noticed midway that the voice of poor misunderstood Elsa was none other than Idina Menzel, first actress to play Elphaba in the musical Wicked. (Does that mean I’m listening to her voice way too often?)

I mean Elsa and Elphaba, they really do have a lot in common. Well done Disney for selecting such an appropriate actress!

I’ve heard people say: if you liked Tangled, then you’ll love Frozen. Buuut, I haven’t seen Tangled (yet!) so I have no idea. :mrgreen:

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About Lily

Lily is the blogger's name of an overimaginative, positivity-powered, and potentially awkward introvert girl who likes to think she's "quirky" (though it's very possible that she's just plain weird!) She loves music, musical theatre, art & comics, inspirational stories, languages, expressive people and anything that is a little eccentric.
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2 Responses to The Heart Is Not So Easily Changed

  1. After the kind of severe cold we’ve seen in New Hampshire this winter, I’m not anxious to see a movie called Frozen, but– if you recommend it, Lily, that’s good enough for me!!

    P.S. Sounds like you’ve got a mighty good ear for voices! : )

    • Lily says:

      Oh dear! Well I recommend it to you on the basis that it’s very heartwarming 🙂

      Hope it’s warming up a bit more over there! Be sure to drink a huuuuge mug of hot chocolate for me 🙂

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