Well I’ve been putting this off for long enough now. Back in March, Aaron Galvin and myself squared off in a week-long debate on which of these animated Disney princess tales was the best. I argued for Frozen, while Aaron took Tangled’s side. The voting has long since closed and now we’re ready to reveal the winner…
We’ve reached the end of our weeklong debate between myself (Gene) and Aaron Galvin on which is the better animated princess movie: Frozen or Tangled. After going through one topic per day for the last week, it’s time for our closing arguments…
Now THIS is a fun topic for comparison. It’s not something you normally think of when analyzing princess movies. But we’re going to tackle this as our fourth debate topic in this series. Like the good host I am, Aaron will give you his case first, followed by my rebuttal. Then I’ll sweep him away with my case for Frozen’s sidekicks, and Aaron will attempt a rebuttal 🙂 Here we go!
We can’t compare these two films without taking a close look at the music. That is the third topic of our debate this week. Which film has the best music: Frozen or Tangled?
Our second topic in this epic battle is all about the villains! I’ll let Aaron lay out his case first with my rebuttal to follow. Then I’ll follow with my positive case for Frozen’s villain, and Aaron will have a chance at rebuttal. Let’s get to it!
For the first topic in our debate on Frozen vs. Tangled, Aaron and I chose what is the central focus in any princess tale: The Love Story.
Two weeks ago I teased this epic showdown between two fathers ready to throw down on which is better, Frozen or Tangled. Now, after all the anticipation, it begins!
You wouldn’t think that two grown men would care much about a debate like this, but when you’re a father to a daughter that insists on putting one of these movies on repeat for the foreseeable future, you tend to grow attached to one. Myself and a good friend of mine have discovered we disagree on which is best, Frozen or Tangled. The battle lines have been drawn, and you all stand to benefit!
As I peruse the list of Oscar nominations this year, it strikes me that we here at LTBM haven’t reviewed most of what the Academy believes are the cream of the crop this past year. I blame this entirely on my fellow writers 😉
Be that as it may, there were a few Oscar nominees that we reviewed from a Christian perspective this year. Here they are!
Rant by Tres
1. The Wolverine (July 26): This movie did NOT disappoint. It wasn’t as much of a back story as I originally expected, but one that I appreciated seeing with time skipping from past and then back to the present. The story is about Logan finding himself after he has killed Jean Gray (X-Men 3). It’s a struggle for him to find his way back, but he does. My biggest worry going into the movie theatre was the portrayal of the Silver Samurai. Continue Reading