"God i can’t believe Frozen has soooo many mistakes!!!!! Disney should do so much better!!"
i mean movies can’t have mistakes
man what were they thinking?
i just can’t believe it
movies have mistakes in them man. Not just frozen believe it or not
disney* movies have mistakes in them man. Not just frozen believe it or not
no when i say movies i mean movies
But what were the nature of those mistakes?
Because some of the mistakes I see in Frozen, I learned how to fix or prevent in one semester of high school 3d animation on shitty Dell computers.
I just wanna know, man.
Are you serious right now? This has got to be a joke right? Mistakes in animated films (probably all other films too but I wouldn’t know because I only took 1 semester of animation in high school last quarter) are there not because they were too hard to fix but because they were too small to even notice.
And the way you worded that was really pretentious. Because wow congrats on taking animation good for you but you know who’s better, the people who do it for a LIVING. THESE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DOING IT FOR YEARS. THEY ARE NOT INCOMPETENT, IT WAS AN ANIMATION ACCIDENT.
and there are literally 2 mistakes found in Frozen so far so what are you even seeing
seriously I’m so fucking pissed right now
All right, all right, ALL RIGHT.
I’ve seen this floating around EVERYWHERE and have stayed silent but ooohhhh, this is getting so stupid.
When I first saw the posts with the “mistakes”, I just thought it was a fun thing. I love finding mistakes in movies because it’s fun. You know, errors like, “the blinds were half closed in one shot, in the next one, they’re open, and then they’re closed again.” Stupid stuff like that because it’s fun. I didn’t realize that people were actually using those as reasons to hate the movie.
Like, are you freakin’ serious right now?
Also, “the nature of those errors”? The errors in the movies listed above range from continuity to plot to timeline to revealing mistakes to absolutely everything in between. The most common mistake in live action movies are continuity of shots (like the curtain thing I referenced earlier). In animated movies, the most common mistakes range from continuity of shots, coloring, and computer error (the glitch in Kristoff’s thumb would be considered computer error).
I think it’s absolutely remarkable that only two errors (one not even a real error. Elsa’s braid is not a mistake. With the angle she was standing and her movements, a loose braid would have easily slid around her shoulder, letting her pull it forward. If nothing else, why aren’t you talking about how her hair went from a bun to a braid and what happened to her bangs? Even so, that’s not going to distract me because I am more focused on the plot and on the action of the character than how her damn hair behaves. Now, where was I….? Oh, yeah! Only two errors..) have been found so far! Did you know that in animated movies that that’s near unheard of? Did you know that the animators spent months travelling to Norway and researching ice and snow and creating entire new computer programs from scratch just to make this movie? Do you understand how pain-staking it is to show lighting with ice and keep it in accordance with the characters, the settings, the time, and to make the light refract in the correct way and react correctly with each texture it encounters? Do you even understand the ground-breaking graphics that this piece brings? No, you wouldn’t, because you’re stuck in your horridly pretentious world where, “Well, I did a ten minute animation project in high school and my teacher would have counted me off if I made that mistake.” Well, you know what? You weren’t juggling near as much as these animators are. You aren’t dealing with the sheer amount of detail and definition that they are. And, what’s their one error? Oooh, Kristoff’s thumb half-phases out on Anna’s body even though there’s a million other details in that scene. Oh, God, a 108 minute long movie and they messed up in a frame that was less than half of one second. Get over yourself.
If you don’t like the movie because of the plot, the characters, the music, the pacing, the setting—whatever. Hate the movie, for all I care! That’s your opinion. But, when you say that the animators are lazy and wasting money because of a mistake that happened so fast that the length it lasted can’t even be counted by human reflex, then that’s where I draw issue.
Don’t you dare call those animators lazy. Don’t you dare criticize them for a simple error that ANYONE could have made. Animators are not these perfect beings that can do no wrong and only live to serve you and your pretentiously perfect attitude. They are human beings. And the second that you can learn that—not just about animators but about everyone in life—then the better off you’ll be.