The only timing that really mattered was whether a picture was released before Christmas. Critical ratings and awards mattered, but not nearly as much as one would expect.
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Sometimes timing was key; sometimes it meant nothing. But a few things continued to stand out: story and social influence. The most important figure in determining ultimate creative success, Simonton found, was the writer. On the one hand, the movie shares many typical story elements with other Disney films. There are the parents dead within the first ten minutes a must, it seems, in Disney productions , royalty galore, the quest to meet your one true love, the comic-relief character Olaf the Snowman to punctuate the drama.
And if she got a princess, she would get angry.
Really angry. And she did. While responses were predictably varied, one theme seemed to resonate: everyone could identify with Elsa.
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She was flawed—actually flawed, in a way that resulted in real mistakes and real consequences. Everyone could interpret her in a unique way and find that the arc of her story applied directly to them. For some, it was about emotional repression; for others, about gender and identity; for others still, about broader social acceptance and depression.
Another strong point of appeal: the story keeps the audience engaged because it subverts expected tropes and stereotypes, over and over. The person with the magical powers is good. It spins Disney on its head. To James C.
They found that films that dealt with nuanced and complex themes did better than those that played it safe, as measured both by ratings on metacritic. Ten days and counting.
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Last day in the rehearsal room before heading to Denver with this amazing company. Day nine and counting. Backstage in the wig room and work is about to begin frozenbroadway denvercenter frozenrehearsals instagrandage photo marcsbrenner. Book By Jennifer Lee. Hair Design David Brian Brown. Makeup Design Anne Ford-Coates. Special Effects Design Jeremy Chernick.
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