In honor of Frozember, we’re jumping back into the rabbit hole of Frozen-related YouTube videos. Earlier this week, we looked at the top 10 most-viewed Frozen YouTube videos. Today, we’ll spotlight more videos that have something to do with Elsa, Anna, and friends. For this list, we’ve tried to mix it up, choosing a selection of popular and relatively unknown videos that deserve more attention. From creative parodies of “Let It Go” to fact checking the historical accuracy of fashion in Arendelle, Frozen is taking over the internet again!
10. I Tried Running On Ice In Heels Like Elsa In Frozen
Ever wished you could run on water by freezing it? Two girls from BuzzFeed’s As/Is channel decided to give it a shot. Since they don’t have magical ice powers like Elsa, an ice rink and a safety helmet seems like the next best thing.
Want to know what Frozen is all about without having to watch it? Minute Minecraft Parodies does it under a minute. You’ll get the entire storyline of the first movie with a dose of hilarity and plenty of cubic animation.
8. Fashion Expert Fact Checks Elsa and Anna’s Costumes from “Frozen” | Glamour
Disney is notorious for taking something old and spinning it into something new. Somewhere along the way, certain aspects are changed for the sake of creative license. How accurate are the clothes of our favorite sister duo? A fashion expert passes her verdict in this Glamour video!
7. Cantus – Vuelie
In Frozen‘s opening musical number, “Vuelie” is sung by the Norwegian female choir Cantus. This video shows the actual choir singing the song in traditional clothes. Such a gentle, gorgeous song hints at the natural beauty and magic that surrounds the kingdom of Arendelle.
6. Let It Go — American Sign Language Interpretation
There’s something special about this video. Here, “Let It Go” is taken to the next level of physicality in the form of American Sign Language. Despite walking around in the snow, the girls’ passion and energy in their signing is strong enough to warm anyone’s heart.
5. Disney and Pixar Sings Let it Go
Impressionist Brian Hull, known for his fantastic impressions of animated characters, cycles through a list of Disney and Pixar characters to the tune of “Let It Go.” His performance is impressive, to say the least. My favorite impression is Scuttle.
4. Honest Trailers – Frozen
They say trailers reveal too much. The folks at Screen Junkies believe they don’t reveal enough. Striving to deliver the most honest reviews in trailer form, Screen Junkies pokes fun and finds loopholes in films and TV shows alike, and Frozen is no exception.
3. How Frozen Should Have Ended – Reissued
According to How It Should Have Ended, the entire story of Frozen would have been completely different if the troll leader, Pabbie, had a normal conversation with the King and Queen about Elsa’s ice abilities. Saying stuff in riddles may make you look wiser, but it sure doesn’t make things easier!
2. The Lord Of The Rings: Let it Go Parody by The Hillywood Show®
For years, The Hillywood Show has filmed creative, high-quality parodies based on popular movies and shows such as Harry Potter and Dr. Who. Frozen gets the epic Hillywood treatment by merging “Let It Go” with The Lord of the Rings.
1. Let It Go – Behind The Mic Multi-Language Version (from “Frozen”)
At this point, you’re probably sick of “Let It Go.” But here me out: this version of the song is the best in my opinion. Idina Menzel deserves all the praise for her electrifying performance, but this video reveals the other singers, from different cultures and nationalities, pouring their hearts into Elsa’s liberation song. It just goes to show how powerful a simple song from an animated film can cross borders and cultures to touch listeners and performers alike.
A Frozen Father (“Let it Go” Dad Parody) – Frozen 2
This rendition of “Let It Go” is for all of the parents who have had to suffer their kids’ countless requests for the song.
I Feel Pretty – Prince Hans
Santino Fontana, who voiced Prince Hans, sang “I Feel Pretty” as his initial audition for Frozen. His hilarious take on the song from West Side Story takes on new life in sO alaina‘s fun storyboard.
What’s your favorite Frozen video? Let us know in the comments!
Kelly Conley identifies herself as a lifelong bookworm, aspiring writer and editor, chronic chocoholic, and animated movie lover. She also enjoys playing volleyball with her family and friends. Kelly is currently studying Professional Writing and Information Design at Cedarville University, Ohio. As a little girl, Kelly was fed a steady diet of Disney and Pixar classics. Her favorite ones growing up included Disney’s famous Beauty and the Beast and Pixar’s delectable Ratatouille. Animated movies have always been magical to Kelly even as an adult. With the simple ingredients of a good story, music, colors, voices, and a strong imagination, new worlds and characters can be created and brought to the silver screen for everyone to enjoy.
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