Frozen is a Disney media franchise started by the 2013 American animated feature film of the same name, which was directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee from a screenplay by Lee and produced by Peter Del Vecho, with songs by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Walt Disney Animation Studios' chief creative officer John Lasseter served as the film's executive producer. The original film was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, "The Snow Queen". Since the film's release in November 2013, the franchise has expanded very rapidly. To date, the franchise includes various Disney theme park attractions, merchandise, video games, books, a Disney on Ice show, a Broadway stage musical and two short animated films. Disney has also confirmed an animated film sequel and a new book series. The first film tells the story about a fearless princess who sets off on a journey alongside a rugged iceman, his loyal reindeer, and a naive snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped their kingdom in eternal winter. A sequel titled Frozen II was released in 2019 which tells the story of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven embarking on a journey beyond their kingdom of Arendelle in order to discover the origin of Elsa's magical powers and save their kingdom after a mysterious voice calls out to Elsa. This massive franchise is also known for is toxic fans and haters who take this movie way too seriously.
They make some bad ships such as Elsa x Hans (both of whom turned out to be enemies), Elsa x Olaf (Objectophilia since Olaf is a snowman), Kristoff x Sven (Zoophilia since Sven is a reindeer), and some self-inserts.
Speaking of ships, they ship Elsa with Anna together which in incest since they are both related.
There are too many conflicts towards some ships such as Elsa x Kristoff and Anna x Kristoff.
They want the Elsa x Jack Frost ship to be real when that is never going to happen anytime soon.
When there has been some talk about Frozen II having LGBT representation, the Moral Guardians got really pissed off and think that LGBT in Frozen would be inappropriate for kids. Even though some kids media have tackled LGBT moments such as The Loud House, and MLP: FIM.
They overuse the "Let it Go" song to no end.
Some of them made disturbing and cringe-worthy videos on YouTube that are related to Frozen, as well as other franchises, and labeled them as "child-friendly". These videos are the result of an ongoing YouTube controversy known as "Elsagate" (hence the name Elsa).
They love Elsa so much that they always ignore the other characters such as Anna and Kristoff.
The OCs they mare are just recolors of Elsa such as this one.
They hate Frozen just because of Disney milking the franchise for everything. In fact, they don't seem to be bothered by how other franchises are being milked such as Call of Duty for example.
Indiana Jones fans had also complained about the fifth film of the series being delayed to 2021 instead of Frozen 2. Look, guys, you do not run the movie industry so it's not your choice which movie gets to be released.
Every time Disney announces it related to the franchise, the haters demand them to stop, just like what they announced that Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular would be replaced by a Frozen musical and yet, haters didn't complain about the Marvel Super Heroes such as The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and even Spider-Man or Star Wars having Theme Park attractions.
They consist of manchildren and immature teenagers, but also contain nostalgiatards who are fans of classic Disney stuff and classic WWE and prefer male-oriented franchises.
When Frozen has won some awards, they will make a big deal out of it just because a movie they liked didn't win the award.
They use "overhyped" as an excuse to hate the film. Just because it's everywhere does not mean that it's bad. TheTopTens is a good example of this.
The haters wished Frozen 2 to get canceled in favor of a live-action remake of one of their darkest animated films to date, The Black Cauldron. While that isn’t a bad idea, they ignore the fact that The Black Cauldron almost caused Disney to file for bankruptcy.
Some hate art and hate memes exist, as well as some grounded videos out of the characters, mainly Elsa. The same can be said about the rants on the franchise. However, most of them don't make grounded videos about the franchise anymore.
Many of them are a part of the Coco Fandom. You know why? Because a Frozen short titled Olaf's Frozen Adventure was played before Coco and they took their hatred for it way too far.
Some hate the franchise just because of the Elsagate controversy. Yes, we know those so-called "child-friendly" videos that involve the controversy are horrible, but keep in mind that they're non-canon to the franchise.
Some haters are sexist as they say that Frozen is for girls, yet some are fine with other female-oriented franchises such as The Powerpuff Girls and Sailor Moon.
Also, some of them are toxic Anti-SJWs who call the franchise "feminist propaganda" for whatever reason. Oh boy, cue the facepalm.
They hate the movie just because of "Let it Go". One song is not enough to dislike a movie.
Speaking of "Let It Go", some take their hate for the song to the absolute extreme. Examples include lashing out statements like "STOP SINGING OR I'LL FUCKING MURDER YOU!" if they can't handle listening to the song for the umpteenth time or spewing out antisemitism to the song's performer Idina Menzel (who voices Elsa) since she's Jewish and harm her in some way which is really wicked and racist.
They sometimes call the franchise "cancer", which is offensive to people who have that disease.
You can find some good fans and haters out there who are nice towards each other.
Some understand it's source material.
Both sides are against Elsagate.
Just ignore the bad artwork and you will find a lot of good ones.
Some are civil towards Elsa's "Let it Go" song.
Not all of them are moral guardians and some are not offended towards LGBT.
They may point out that they are some legit hints towards some LGBT references such as how Frozen II: Book of Shadows revealing that same-sex relationships are legal in Arendelle.