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The next right thing

Amilliondreams posted 12/3/2019 11:43 AM

So I took my daughters to the new Frozen movie and was struck deep by the song the next right thing. Its basically a song of codependency and loss of a relationship due to someone else's actions with a smidgeon of attempted hope as you are forced to change and become stronger. One part thinks it's should be our SI theme song another hates that this theme is everywhere.

layla1234 posted 12/3/2019 11:45 AM

Childrens movies are so profound...

rebplay posted 12/3/2019 11:49 AM

Things like that really strike deep. Donít know if I want to hear it, id probably cry. And wow, kids movies can have some deep stuff.

IHatePickingName posted 12/3/2019 11:58 AM

That phrasing and explanation really struck me too. I love it.

[This message edited by IHatePickingName at 11:58 AM, December 3rd (Tuesday)]

Skadu posted 12/3/2019 17:57 PM

I mentioned in another thread the underlying theme of the movie is future choices not being bound by past mistakes. It feels very topical.

LifeDestroyer posted 12/3/2019 18:33 PM

I thought the same when I heard it. I had to look up the lyrics. They're good at making kid movies really hit adults.

UneedToSmile posted 12/3/2019 18:42 PM

I thought the same! I sat right in that theater and bawled!🤷‍♀️

Amilliondreams posted 12/3/2019 19:52 PM

The crazy part is that Anna has no desire to change. It's just thrust upon her when she literally finds herself alone as opposed to alone in a crowded home. As all of us can hide in our "lives" until DDay and then we are forced through the changes that come. We didn't want or ask for them. But at the very least there is that disney "reward " system that the rest of us dont always get- she gets a title bump. I refuse to acknowledge the "husband" as a reward because that just cycles back to feeding her codependency.
Yes I banter Disney as though it's important to life.

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