“Zeitgeist-defining movies have a way of reshaping reality so that what was distinctive about them becomes too familiar to even notice.
“It takes effort to appreciate how unusual it was for Star Wars to treat spaceships like rusty jalopies, that E.T. shoehorns in a prolonged homage to The Quiet Man.
“Six years ago, Frozen was a lumpy if charming fairy tale that bore the marks of its prolonged development process, a musical that abandons music for most of its final act, a story that turned itself inside out to provide a villain when its central figure was changed from frosty antagonist to misunderstood outcast.”
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