Olaf’s Frozen Adventure REVIEW

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure REVIEW

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure REVIEW today! Beyond The Trailer’s reaction & review of the 2017 short from Disney Animation playing with Coco!

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure REVIEW today! Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph’s reaction & review of the Disney Animation short film Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, playing with Disney Pixar’s Coco in 2017! Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Sven join Olaf on a Christmas adventure! And what’s up with Oaken and his husband?! Share your own reaction to Olaf’s Frozen Adventure now that you’ve seen the full movie in 2017! And be sure to make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie and entertainment news here on YouTube today!

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Everest Canyon says:

I actually liked the length of Olaf's Frozen Adventure, it almost made it like a double feature. Then again, I like long movies, so that was good for me. Now if I was to see Coco again… I'm not sure I would feel the same way.

headoverheels88 says:

Hey Grace, thanks for mentioning the queer-baiting aspect. It means a lot to plenty of us that this stuff gets mentioned.

lolapepa777 says:

You are totally correct about frozen! I left and ask if I was in the right place for the Coco film! Frozen was ok but I was disappointed

Jenny Cork says:

They should have put the snowgies and Marshmallow in there because people love them

OnceUponATime518 Alex says:

Get Over it

OnceUponATime518 Alex says:

It was EPIC
Stop hating I cryed and loved it

fantasyfiction101 says:

I say Coco today and we were actually warned about it. Literally the ticket taker told us about the "short" and told us we could hang out if we wanted to to avoid it. One thing I wish they did add a little more of was St. Lucia's Day which is a pretty important holiday in parts of Scandinavia.

robin turner says:

I just saw Coco and actually LIKED Olaf's Frozen Adventure. I thought it was funny, and enjoyed it.

Lilith says:

yes you are right on with this. The thing kept going on and on, I actually got up and walked out to check and make sure we had not gone into the wrong theater. People around us were talking and cell phoning and going out for stuff. But the worst part was that our child's attention span, age 4, was spent by the end of the short and he was already wanting to leave, and the real movie hadn't even started yet. I thought the short's story was incredibly trite and Anna and Elisa sounded like chipmunks when then sang, the whole thing was a complete disaster. Coco on the other hand was brilliant.

Art Lagunas says:

I agree. It was terrible. When I saw this garbage playing over 10 minutes I started asking others in the theater if this was for the Coco movie, I thought I was in the wrong screen. It was one of the most annoying musicals I've ever witnessed, my son was getting impatient and nobody was even interested in the stupid trailer. I hope they never pull this crap again, really made a bad experience for us, Disney forcing viewers to watch something they don't want.

Jay Lawrence says:

Guys I don't think the short was really bad and it was fairly entertaining. Yeah it could be shorter but why is it getting so much Hate? It's not like theirs no story in it

Jay Lawrence says:

I didn't realize how long it was. The short was good, a little over done, but much better than I thought it would be.

Adam Adams says:

I agree sista! This was a BOREFEST. And pissed that Disney forced me to sit through it. It was a poorly made film that dragged and dragged. Coco was a solid movie though. Sad they sullied it with this crap.

itsjustugh82 says:

I don't see how you can call this a review of Olaf's Frozen Adventure. It's not. I have no idea what it's about or even if you enjoyed it.

Also how can you criticize Disney or including gay characters in their films? Isn't it better to treat homosexual relationships like any other relationship than to shine a bright light on it? When hetero sexual characters are introduced in Disney films, are is is usually through sex scenes or something? Why should we expect anything different for gay characters?

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