Now before I let this whole “Frozen has mistakes and it took $150 Million to make this movie” post that’s been circulating go, I just wanna remind some people of something:
Cheats/mistakes are VERY common in 3D and even 2D animations. If you take a close look at some Disney/Dreamworks/Pixar films, google it up, you’ll find all sorts of inconsistencies, errors and continuity issues in different scenes. When you’re working night and day to push a film out into theatres on a tight schedule, sacrificing your own social life to get this done, there’s bound to be mistakes here and there. Does that mean the movie is ruined because of these small errors? Well I mean, if one of the characters was glitching in a wall and spazzing everywhere then yeah have fun with making fun of it, but otherwise, the movie will go on. As artists, we will spot these no matter what, but that doesn’t give us the right to bash it in a way that says Disney wasted our time and money for it, not does it give us the right to say the artists working on this film are shoddy, lazy animators for letting it slide. I mean yes, it IS a silly mistake that they failed to notice and correct, but this inevitable in the animation industry.
And thus concludes my two cents this will probably most likely delete this later okay? okay.