[*] I don't have a male child, so I don't know if Frozmania is gender-nonspecific, but as far as I've heard, it seems to be at least a girl-centric phenomenon. The protagonists are both girls, then young women, and the men in the film tend to be either lovable goofs or duplicitous schemers. Maybe that's why.
It is also claimed that Robert is an EGOT winner (i.e., Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony), but he won a Daytime Emmy, which I think you can win just by wathcing enough episodes of Judge Judy. I might have won a Daytime Emmy and the notification is stuck in my spam folder. Until he wins a Real Emmy, his EGOT comes with an asetrisk.
Anyway, those of you without kids may be wondering what I'm going on about because you don't have to listen to the Frozen soundtrack - or, indeed, watch the Disney film of the same name - over and over and over and over. I don't know what it is about that movie but our 2-year-old is absolutely entranced. It's basically the only thing she will sit still and watch all the way through which is actually kind of nice when you're home and need to unload the dishwasher. What's not so great is how we have to listen to "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" and "Let It Go" EVERY SINGLE MORNING in the car on the way to day care.
I guess I'm kind of glad she isn't that crazy about Olaf's song any more, because I actually kind of like it and it hasn't been ruined by being forced to hear it 250 times.
Not bad, huh? If that really is Josh Gad singing, he's pretty good at singing!
There's no real point to this post. I'm just sick of the Frozen soundtrack and needed to let it out. The other day I had this realization, and the actual words as they formed in my head were "Blogging is just about seeking and sometimes obtaining validation." This is so blindingly self-evident that I felt bad for even thinking it. So this post, I guess, like every other post, is a naked attempt to get validation, in this case for the relatively uncontroversial position that kids like Frozen and the soundtrack is wearing me down.
Here's what I have to look forward to, I guess. These are movies I have never seen but expect to see a lot of, soon:
The Lion King
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
Any of the Cars movies
That one that looks like it's set in New Orleans that I can't remember the name of
I hope I never have to watch Up again. That was a total snooze.