Frozen Vinylmation Review
If you are a parent, there is a really good chance that you’ve been singing “Let It Go” for roughly two years. There is an even better chance that you are possibly “Frozen-ed out” by now. The movie was released 2 years ago, yet this Disney money train shows no signs of stopping.
We now have the new Frozen Fun located at California Adventures, plus the newly released Frozen short, and the announcement of new movie Frozen 2. With this extreme popularity and success, many Vinylmation fans were sold the minute they heard a new Frozen Vinylmation set would be released. Before photos were released, many of us had ambitions of buying a set and collecting all of these impossible to fail Vinylmations. After all, look at the Anna/Elsa box set. There is no way this new Vinylmation set could let us down. It’s gotta be a no brainer. Then we saw the pictures….
Once the pictures hit the internet, I was disappointed. I tried desperately to get excited for this set. I looked at the pictures sideways, upside down, from far away, from up close. Anything to change my perspective and persuade myself that I truly need this set. No matter what I did, I could not get myself to want this set.
The set consists of Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven, Kristoff, Hans, and the Trolls. We now also know that the chaser is Summertime Olaf. Out of the entire set, I would say that this chaser is my favorite piece. But that’s not saying much given the competition within the set. When compared to the Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, and Beauty and the Beast sets, these Vinylmations just didn’t do this hit movie the justice it deserves.
Of course, this is just one man’s opinion, but it seems like this is the general consensus behind this set. How do you feel about this set?
Father of two beautiful daughters. Bay Area native. Currently works at start up in San Francisco. Favorite Disney movie: Aladdin. Least Favorite: Frozen. Favorite lesser known Disney movie: Emperor’s New Groove.