@Erika: Sorry, my sarcasm didn't come through in plain text. I thought
the hyperbolic tone and unnecessary caps would be sufficient. It struck me as
ironic that the paper was promoting something that a certain vocal portion of
its readership had taken an extreme dislike to.Agreed that
interpretation is personal and subjective, but I thought the gay agenda
interpretation was overwrought and symptomatic of some larger personal problems
(e.g. hypersensitivity to gay issues, a need to meddle, etc.). I haven't
seen the film, but I gather the overall theme is standing up for yourself and
not letting yourself be cowed by social pressures. Seems OK to me.
@Lagomorph - don't believe everything you read. The great thing about
anything - literature, movies, visual arts of all kinds, etc. - is that
individuals can interpret it personally. It doesn't have to match what the
artist intended, nor does it have to equate with popular or unpopular
interpretations. I'm not a fan of the "gay agenda" interpretation.
I find this film broad enough to draw multiple relevant messages or none at all.
It's all in how you look at a thing that makes it mean something.
All very fine, but isn't Frozen really just a devious scheme by the liberal
Hollywood Elites to indoctrinate unsuspecting innocent children with the Gay
A well written movie article.