overall i like this picture, but hans's nose is a little to big and the bridge of the nose is straight if you look at some side pictures of him the bridge of his nose is curved. this is not an insult but hopefully helpful criticism.
Hi, sorry for a long-long comment and apologies for the fact that my opinion may be different from yours. Not going to convince anybody, just explaining myself.
So... Girls, beware! The worst type of men, IMHO. Nodding and "oh, I was about to say just the same thing!" guy may prove not to have his own personality after all. I find him boring. And at the beginning of the film, even though I didn't know about the "villain" side, I was really hoping Anna would eventually find a better match. She is witty and clever and brave and kind... And no matter what happens later, at least her partner should be clever. And his face and actions and all... Chameleonish. Had he met a reserved and calm princess, he would have acted calm and reserved. There is something his face lacks - probably some maturity, or profoundness. Or maybe even life. Why Anna fell in love? Well... Imagine how the girl had been locked in the palace for such a long time! And her song just before she met him? I think it clearly explained in the movie WHY she fell in love with the first person she met. It's natural, it't "an open door".
Oh, not to mention the sweet looks and gazing into each other's eyes and all the romance... It's good if it is not overdone. But here... Too sweet, like 100 chocolate cakes eaten at once. Brrr.
The goal? Why give the poor little boy (youngest brother, haha!)the role of villain? Well, cause the morals is - don't rush. Both Elsa and Kristof were right, IMHO.
And I have to admit I was not surprised by "villain" end at all. But I expected the scene to be a bit different. I expected something like cowardliness ("To kiss? Like, right now? Oh no no no no no, I am not prepared!") and eventually this lack of caring attitude, egoistic behavior would have killed Anna. But in this case, it would be impossible to save her and to show how amazingly she kicked him at the end!
You know, the funny thing I'm thinking here is that Princess Anna and Prince Hans do behave a lot like Romeo and Juliet from that Shakespeare play I'm talking about. Although I would accurately say that Anna and her sister, Queen Elsa, are the ones who are in the Romeo and Juliet situation. And Hans is more like Count Paris.
And the other funny thing I'm thinking is that Anna is behaving a lot like Romeo, because both tends to jump from one love to another.
Hmm, I dunno. I feel Hans just avoids flak because he's handsome, that's all. He happens to be more handsome and suave than other disney villains, doesn't really make him that much different than say, Gaston.
Omg yes!!! I agree! I know it's wishful thinking but I totally think Hans was lying when he went evil. He's all nice up until the point right before he's about to kiss Anna. Then his evil speech doesn't match up with any of his words or actions before it. He had so many chances to kill Elsa or have her look totally evil, but he saves her each time. And he was always so desperate to find Anna each time he thought she was lost. And why not kiss Anna and not let her see that the kiss wouldn't save her then give the evil speech? Instead he stops right before, it's like if he went through with the kiss his speech afterwards wouldn't be 'true'.
He tried to kill Elsa by making the thug shoot the chandelier. He wants to have Anna at the kingdom because he initially wanted to marry her and it's a lot easier after Elsa left. However, when he sees that Anna is dying, it's much simpler for him to get Elsa off the throne. Also, he didn't kiss her because he, well... wanted to crush her desires just for the fun of it.
Noooooo. Kristoff is so perfect and intelligent :3 I was sad to know that Hans is the evil guy, but I couldn't see him with Hanna. It's true that she only knew him one day! I would like to see him with Elsa, but oh well! The beautiful guy is the evil one, kind of original
Not every fairy tale has a villain though... The movie would've worked just as well without a villain, but since they decided the movie needed one... It just felt like I was slapped in the head with an unbelievable plot twist