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Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017)

Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017)

Josh GadIdina MenzelKristen BellJonathan Groff
Kevin Deters,Stevie Wermers


Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017) is a English movie. Kevin Deters,Stevie Wermers has directed this movie. Josh Gad,Idina Menzel,Kristen Bell,Jonathan Groff are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017) is considered one of the best Animation,Short,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy,Musical movie in India and around the world.

Olaf teams up with Sven on a merry mission in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 21-minute featurette "Olaf's Frozen Adventure." It's the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna and Elsa host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions and save this first Christmas for his friends.


Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017) Reviews

  • Wonderful, I do not understand the outcry.


    As someone who loved Frozen, I thought this was a lovely follow up to the film! It did not at all ruin Coco, and I believe it should have been the ABC special that it was always meant to be, but in no way was it terrible! I believe every single person that has reviewed this short honestly didn't like Frozen, or simple is mad that they had to watch it in the first place so they are going to complain about it. Olaf is charming as always, and the visuals were stunning. People are giving this short very little appreciation, which I think is wrong. This short should not be punished because of it's placement in front of Coco. It is a wonderful pre-Frozen 2 plot, with a purpose that resonates realistically with the characters set up in the original Frozen movie. If you loved Frozen you will love this short. If you didn't love, or even like Frozen you shouldn't be writing a review about this simply to complain and giving it a bad rating just because you can. Unless you are watching as a biased party you are giving people who liked/loved Frozen an unrealistic viewpoint on the quality of this short. It is most definitely worth a watch, and should be given more respect than it's currently getting.

  • I don't think this was such a good idea...


    I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving, anyway, with the holiday season upon us, for moviegoers like me, it also means a lot of quality films will be out as well. From family films like 'Coco' (2017) (which this short is attached to), to big event blockbusters like 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' (2017) (which I am really hyped for). 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' is a harmless family short, something that I think many kids - who love 'Frozen' (2013) - would probably enjoy. The "controversy" (if you can call it that) is that this short film is a whopping 21 minutes long, when we expect to see one that is no more than 5 minutes. This is due to the fact that this was meant to be a TV holiday special, but at the last minute, Disney decided to release this theatrically with 'Coco'. This is where that "not such a good idea" thing comes in. I enjoyed the 2013, Oscar-winning animated film. I rated it 9/10 on my IMDb account, which is the same rating I gave to other Disney classics from 'Pinocchio' (1940), to 'The Lion King' (1994), and even 'Zootopia' (2016). I also enjoyed the 2015 short film 'Frozen Fever' as it does keep my nieces and nephews quiet when they're unsettled. I guess the main issue I have with this is that, it would be better if it aired on TV, and that, well... the "Frozen Mania" can only last so long before it - no pun intended - melts away. Especially since the highly anticipated sequel is set to be released in 2019. Just two years away. It's pretty clear that Disney is using everything they can to make 'Frozen' as profitable and relevant as possible. Then again, as a 'Star Wars' fan, they're milking that franchise too, especially the Marvel films. In other words, I don't want something like 'Frozen' to become what 'Despicable Me' has for Universal, or what 'Cars' is to Pixar. Those films were made to sell toys with their sequels, and people quickly got sick of them. Remember when 'Despicable Me' (2010) was popular? Anyway, 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' is harmless enough to keep your kids entertained... but is it as bad as... say... The 'Star Wars' holiday special? Not quite... but it's close to that if you're a massive 'Frozen' fan. The story does feel a little repetitive with the whole "Elsa feels guilty of not spending ten annual holidays with Anna because she shut the door on her face", they did this with 'Frozen Fever' on Anna's birthday. Josh Gad does what he can as the voice of Olaf, but giving him center stage is about as good of an idea as doing the same with Jeff Goldblum in 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park' (1997), or Dory in 'Finding Dory' (2016). They're not annoying, they're just better off as side characters to keep the comedy minimal. Take what you can about this review... if the length dismays you, just think, you could be watching 'The Emoji Movie', which is more than an hour longer than this. So, take a second guess before you label this as "torture".

  • It's really not that bad


    I believe Olaf's Frozen Adventure would have been a well-reviewed, maybe even beloved, Christmas special, if only it had aired on ABC as originally planned. But since audiences are pretty much forced to watch it with Coco, the special is getting a lot of vitriol. Personally, I found Olaf's Frozen Adventure to be quite charming. Maybe they could have chopped off five minutes by ditching Kristoff's song and follow-up scene about a troll-related holiday, as it adds nothing to the main plot. Nonetheless, I appreciated the special's message, even if some might find it sappy (but, come on, it's a Christmas special - a saccharine ending is part of the package). On a final note, I enjoyed the songs apparently much more than most people. Are any of them as good as Let It Go? Of course not, that song was lightning in a bottle, and if you expect a song of that caliber in this or Frozen 2, you're probably going to be disappointed. But the songs are not bad at all, particularly When We're Together, which comes with some spectacular visuals.

  • Let this short stand on its own. Being in front of Coco doesn't make it bad


    I really think this shirt is getting unfairly bad reviews because it was shown in front of Coco. It was too long to be put there and Disney should have stuck with their plans to originally broadcast it on TV. If it was done this way, I believe more people would have found it a delightful Christmas show and allow it to stand on it later own merits. WTH that, I think it is a great children's movie. My 5 and 2 YOs loves it and continue to sing the songs. I am personally a little over the whole "Elsa is sad she ruined something again" and everyone runs around trying to make her feel better. We've forgotten Anna is the main character. But I still did enjoy the short. Getting to see more of the people of Arendelle was a treat and the songs were fun. Sven and Olaf are a god pair. I just wish there was more of Kristoff and moments between him and Anna. Disney also missed two golden opportunities- a kiss between Kristoff and Anna under the mistletoe and Kristoff asking what happened to his sled at the end of the movie or during the credits.

  • The only bad part of Coco


    This incredibly long short was shown right before Coco and looking back it is the only thing I hated. It goes on for over 20 minutes and gets increasingly worse. The jokes are terrible and the songs are pointless and bad. Nobody came to see a Christmas short right before a film about The Day of the Dead but here we are. A bad Christmas special is made worse by wasting everyone's time and patience.


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