Listening to: Poets of the Fall
Reading: Genshiken Second Season
Watching: Horror Movies
Eating: Trail Mix
Alright, I know the movie has been out for a while and people are probably tired of it but I just thought of this...
Disney owns Marvel, Marvel owns the X-men
Elsa is born with the power to make Ice and Snow but with little control (or rather the power manifests when she is a child and since they didn't specify the age, she could have been around 9 or 10 a possible time near puberty) so is Elsa a mutant? They call it magic but no one proves it is, what if it's just like cryokinesis where she can control ice like Iceman or Storm?
Also, slightly off topic to the above statement, that movie had a few things wrong with it.
A.) Elsa's parents are told that she needs to learn control so instead of finding people who could teach her or helping her, they let her stay locked up for about a decade. WTF, seriously? I mean, that is your child and sure she has super-powers (or magic) but wouldn't you, the wealthiest people in the land, do anything to make sure your child who is also next in line for the throne be able to control these new gifts? Instead of treating her like a freak.
B.) Ana develops a relationship with a guy after about 15 minutes and they agree to marry and Elsa has a problem with this but she then meet's Kristoff and they spend all of about 2 days together and fall in love? And to be honest, they don't even fall in love, those rock-gnome things that raise Kristoff or whatever (which also seems contradictory since in the beginning of the movie he spends his time with adult ice-cutters who don't tell him to leave) say that just because Kristoff is with Ana means they must be in love...but that is stupid, I mean, I get it, we've all had someone in our lives say to us "you two would make a cute couple" but we don't follow through with it just because they suggested it. Furthermore, Kristoff spends a good portion of the movie talking about how much he loves ice, he sees Elsa's work with ice and admires it more than anything Ana has done, shouldn't Kristoff have had more of an interest with Elsa than Ana?
C.) The parents lock up Elsa or she chooses to be locked up, fine but they have a castle full of servants, not one of them knows about the magic/powers? There isn't one person they confide in? Who brings Elsa her meals? How does she eat or bathe or anything? I mean, she has no control over her powers and her room is shown to be almost frozen solid and yet no one notices?