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Three skiers stranded on a chairlift are forced to make life-or-death choices which prove more perilous than staying put and freezing to death.
Anna: I'm Anna. Olaf: And who's the funky looking donkey over there? Anna: That's Sven. Olaf: Uh-huh, and who's the reindeer? Anna: ...Sven. Olaf: Oh they're bo - oh! Okay. Makes things easier for me.
Anna: Olaf! You're melting! Olaf: Some people are worth melting for. [begins to melt, grabs his face to stay up] Olaf: Just... maybe not right this second.
Olaf: [singing] Winter's a good time to stay in and cuddle / But put me in summer and I'll be a... [pauses in front of a puddle] Olaf: ... happy snowman!
Olaf: [after getting pierced by an icicle] Oh, look at that. I've been impaled.
[after listening to Olaf sing about his dreams of summer] Kristoff: I'm gonna tell him. Anna: Don't you dare!
Kristoff: Hey guys! Anna: They're... rocks. Kristoff: [off in the distance] You are a sight for sore eyes. Olaf: [whispering] He's crazy! Kristoff: Hey, whoa, I don't even recognize you. You've lost so much weight. Olaf: [whispering to Anna] I'll distract them while you run. [loud, slow voice] Olaf: Hi, Sven's family! It's nice to meet you! [whispering] Olaf: Because I love you, Anna, I insist you run. [loud, slow voice] Olaf: I understand you're love experts. Ooh! [whispering] Olaf: Why aren't you running?
Olaf: Oh, I love it. It's so cute. It like a little baby unicorn. [touches his new carrot nose excitedly]
Kristoff: Your hair... it's turning white. Anna: Does it look bad? [beat] Kristoff: No. Olaf: You hesitated.
Anna: Are you all right? Kristoff: Yeah. I have a thick skull. Olaf: I don't have a skull. Or bones.
Anna: Olaf, did Elsa build you? Olaf: Yeah, why? Anna: Do you know where she is? Kristoff: [examining Olaf's arm] Fascinating. Olaf: Yeah, why? Anna: Do you think you could show us the way? Olaf: Yeah, why? Kristoff: [still examining Olaf's arm] How does this work? [gets slapped by Olaf's arm] Kristoff: Ow! Olaf: [talking to Kristoff while putting his arm back on] Stop it Sven. Try and focus here. [back to Anna] Olaf: Yeah, why? Kristoff: I'll tell you why, we need Elsa to bring back summer. Olaf: Summer? Anna: M-hm. Olaf: Oh, I don't know why, but I've always loved the idea of summer, and sun, and all things hot... Kristoff: Really? I'm guessing you don't have much experience with heat. Olaf: Nope!
Elsa: [singing] The cold never bothered me anyway.
Anna: [after explaining the features of the new sled] Do you like it? Kristoff: Like it? I love it! [spins her around] Kristoff: I could kiss you! [puts her down] Kristoff: I could. I mean, I'd like to. I - may I? We me? I mean, may we? Wait, what? Anna: [kisses him on the cheek] We may. [Kristoff kisses Anna]
[repeated lines] Olaf: Hi, everyone. I'm Olaf and I like warm hugs!
Kristoff: So, uh tell me. What made the Queen go all ice crazy? Anna: Oh well, it was all my fault. I got engaged, but then she freaked out because I'd only just met him, you know that day. She said she wouldn't bless the marriage and... Kristoff: [Interrupts] Wait, you got engaged to someone you just met that day? Anna: Yeah. Anyway I got mad and so she got mad and then she tried to walk away and I grabbed her glove... Kristoff: [Interrupts] Hang on, you mean to tell me you got engaged to someone you just met that day? Anna: Yes, pay attention, but the thing is she wore the gloves all the time, so I just thought, maybe she has a thing about dirt... Kristoff: [Interrupts] Didn't your parents ever warn you about strangers? Anna: Yes, they did. [Moves further away from Kristoff]
Anna: But I want to help! Kristoff: No! I don't trust your judgement! Anna: Excuse me? Kristoff: Who marries a man they just met? Anna: It's true love!
Olaf: I can't feel my legs! Kristoff: Those are my legs. Olaf: [as his lower body runs by] Ooh, do me a favor and grab my butt. [Kristoff grabs Olaf's lower body and puts the rest of him on top] Olaf: Ah, that feels better.
[after arriving at Elsa's ice palace] Kristoff: Whoa. Now that's ice. I might cry. Anna: Go ahead. I won't judge.
Elsa: [to a guard] The party is over. Close the gates. Guard: Right away, Your Majesty. Anna: What? Elsa, no! No, wait! [She tries to grab Elsa's hand, but instead yanks off her glove] Elsa: [gasps, desperately] Give me my glove! Anna: [also desperate] Elsa, please! Please! I can't LIVE like this anymore! Elsa: [pauses] Then leave. [Anna looks at her with a hurt expression; Elsa then turns to leave] Anna: [calling after her] What did I ever do to you? Elsa: [impatiently] Enough, Anna. Anna: No! Why? Why do you shut me out? Why do you shut THE WORLD out? What are you so AFRAID of? Elsa: I said ENOUGH! [In her fury, she conjures up an icicle wall around herself. Everyone - including Anna - stares at her in fright. Elsa shrinks back at what she's done] Duke: SORCERY. [hides behind one of his bodyguards] Duke: I knew there was something dubious going on here. Anna: [shocked] Elsa... [Devastated, Elsa flees the ballroom]
Olaf: You guys go and I'll distract him. [Kristoff and Anna leave, as do Olaf's feet and torso] Olaf: No, no! Not you guys! [Olaf's head falls to the ground] Olaf: This just got a lot more complicated.
Anna: It's not nice to throw people!
Olaf: All right! Let's go kiss Hans! Who is this Hans?
[playing as children] Young Elsa: [as Olaf] Hi, I'm Olaf and I like warm hugs. Young Anna: [jumps up and hugs Olaf] I love you, Olaf!
[Hans and a weakened Anna lean in to kiss. But then Hans stops and smiles evilly] Hans: Oh, Anna. If only there was someone out there who loved you. [Gets up and leaves] Anna: What...? [Shocked, she turns to see him walking to a window] Anna: Y-you said you did. Hans: [Closing the curtains] As thirteenth in line in my own kingdom, I didn't stand a chance. I knew, I'd have to marry into the throne somewhere... Anna: What-what are you talking about? Hans: [puts out a candle] As heir, Elsa was preferable, of course, but no one was getting anywhere with her. But you... Anna: Hans? Hans: You were so desperate for love, you were willing to marry me, just like that! [He picks up a pitcher of water and goes to the fireplace] Hans: I figured after we married, I'd have to stage a little accident for Elsa. [He pours water onto the fire, putting it out. Anna reaches out to stop him, but collapses onto the floor] Anna: Hans, no! Stop! Hans: But then she doomed herself, and you were dumb enough to go after her. Anna: Please... Hans: [chuckles] All that's left now is to... kill Elsa and bring back summer. Anna: [bravely] You're no match for Elsa. Hans: No, YOU'RE no match for Elsa. I, on the other hand, am the hero who's going to save Arendelle from destruction. [Hans walks to the door] Anna: [angrily] You won't get away with this...! Hans: Oh... I already have. [Hans leaves, locking the door behind him]
[Olaf finds Anna slowly freezing to death. He quickly builds a fire to keep her warm] Anna: [concerned for Olaf] Olaf, get away from there! Olaf: [mesmerized] Whoa, so this is heat. I love it. [His hand catches fire] Olaf: Ow, but don't touch it.
Olaf: [His head is upside down] What am I looking at here? Why are you hanging from the earth by your feet like bats?
Young Anna: I think some company is overdue; I started talking to the pictures on the walls [points to woman, Joan of Arc, in painting] Young Anna: Hang in there Joan!
Kristoff: [to Anna, who put her feet on his sled] Whoa, whoa, whoa, put your feet down. This is fresh lacquer. Seriously, were you raised in a barn? [Spits on sled to clean it]
Kristoff: You almost set me on fire! Anna: But I didn't.
Anna: Kristopher! Kristoff: It's Kristoff!
Hans: Can I say something crazy? Will you marry me? Anna: Can I say something even crazier? Yes!
[Kristoff watches as his sled falls off a cliff and burns in a fiery explosion] Kristoff: Ahh, and I just paid it off!
[Looking at the remnants of Kristoff's sled] Anna: Whoa. I'll replace your sled, and everything in it. And I understand if you don't want to help me anymore. Kristoff: [to Sven] Of course I don't want to help her anymore. In fact, this whole thing's ruined me for helping anyone ever again. [as Sven] Kristoff: She'll die on her own. [Normal voice] Kristoff: I can live with that. [as Sven] Kristoff: But you won't get your new sled if she's dead. [Normal voice] Kristoff: Sometimes I really don't like you. [to Anna] Kristoff: Hold up! We're coming. Anna: You are? I mean, sure, I'll let you tag along.
Anna: [after falling on top of Prince Hans] This is awkward. Not you're awkward but just because we're - I'm awkward, you're gorgeous - wait what?
Anna: Kristoff loves me? Olaf: Whoa, you really don't know anything about love, do you?
[from film trailer] Kristoff: Now we just have to survive this blizzard. Anna: That's no blizzard. That's my sister.
Anna: Can I say something crazy? Hans: I love crazy.
Kristoff: Worry about your hair! Anna: What? I just fell off a cliff. You should see your hair.
Hans: Anna? But she froze your heart. Anna: The only frozen heart around here is yours. [she turns away from Hans, then quickly turns around again to punch him into the lake]
Kristoff: You want to talk about a problem? I sell ice for a living. Anna: Ooh, that's a rough business to be in right now. That is really - ahem - that's unfortunate.
Bulda: Take off your clothes, I wash them. Kristoff: No! No, I'm going to keep my clothes on.
Olaf: Hands down, this is the best day of my life, [starts melting] Olaf: and quite possibly the last.
Anna: But Hans is not a stranger. Kristoff: Oh yeah? What's his last name? Anna: Of the Southern aisles. Kristoff: What's his favourite food? Anna: Sandwiches. Kristoff: Best friends name? Anna: Probably John. Kristoff: Eye colour? Anna: Dreamy. Kristoff: Foot size? Anna: Foot size doesn't matter. Kristoff: Have you had a meal with him yet? What if you hate the way he eats? What if you hate the way he picks his nose? Anna: Picks his nose? Kristoff: And eats it. Anna: Excuse me sir, he is a prince. Kristoff: All men do it. Anna: Eww.
[last lines] Anna: I like the open gates. Elsa: We are never closing them again. [uses her magic to give Anna a pair of skates] Anna: Oh, Elsa, they're beautiful, but you know I don't skate. Elsa: [pulling her] Come on! You can do it! Kristoff: Look out. Reindeer coming through. Anna: I got it, I got it. I don't got it, I don't got it. Olaf: Hey, guys! Elsa: That's it, Olaf. Olaf: Glide and pivot. And glide and pivot. Elsa: Go! [laughs, pan out with triumphant instrumental reprise of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"]
Anna: Um, I was just wondering, has another young woman, the queen perhaps, I don't know, come through here recently? Oaken: The only one crazy enough to be out in this storm is you, dear. [Kristof enters, covered in snow and ice] Oaken: You and this fellow.
Olaf: I guess I was wrong. I guess Kristoff doesn't love you enough to leave you behind.
Kristoff: So, uh tell me. What made the Queen go all ice crazy? Anna: Oh well, it was all my fault. I got engaged, but then she freaked out because I'd only just met him, you know that day. She said she wouldn't bless the marriage and... Anna, Kristoff: [Interrupts] Wait, you got engaged to someone you just met that day? Anna: Yeah. Anyway I got mad and so she got mad and then she tried to walk away and I grabbed her glove... Kristoff: [Interrupts] Hang on, you mean to tell me you got engaged to someone you just met that day? Anna: Yes pay attention, but the thing is she wore the gloves all the time, so I just thought, maybe she has a thing about dirt... Kristoff: [Interrupts] Didn't your parents ever warn you about strangers? Anna: Yes they did. [Moves further away from Kristoff]
Duke: [to Anna] You, is there sorcery in you, too? Are you a monster, too? Anna: No! No, I'm completely ordinary. Hans: That's right, she is. [Anna looks at him quizzically] Hans: In... in the best way. [Anna smiles at him]
Anna: Snow, it had to be snow. She couldn't have had tropical magic that covered the fjords in white sand and warm... [spots trading post in distance] Anna: FIRE!
[repeated line] Anna: Wait, what?
Anna: [knocking on the doors of Elsa's ice palace] It opened. That's a first. Oh, you should probably wait out here. Kristoff: What? Anna: Last time I introduced her to a guy, she froze everything.
[first lines] Young Kristoff: [pulling on the reins of his reindeer in a snowy land] Come on, Sven! [the scene changes to the castle of Arendelle] Young Anna: [approaching her little sister, who is sleeping soundly in bed] Elsa, psst! Elsa! [Anna climbs on the bed and pushes on Elsa] Young Anna: Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Young Elsa: Anna, go back to sleep! Young Anna: [sighs and rolls around] I just can't! The *sky's* awake, so *I'm* awake, so we *have* to *play*! Young Elsa: Go play by yourself! [Elsa pushes Anna off the bed. Anna hits the floor, but suddenly smiles, climbs back on the bed, and opens Elsa's left eye] Young Anna: [mischievously] Do you want to build a snowman? [Elsa opens her eyes and a bemused smile forms on her face; cuts to Anna and Elsa running downstairs to the ballroom]
Anna: [singing to her sister Elsa] Do you want to build a snowman? Or ride our bikes across the hall? I think some company is overdue, I've started talking to the pictures on the walls. [spoken, to a picture of Joan of Arc] Anna: Hang in there, Joan.
Parker O'Neil: Okay then, Lynch, what *is* the worst way to die? Joe Lynch: What... Parker O'Neil: No, no, no, you have an answer for everything. What is you biggest fear? Joe Lynch: That's easy. The sarlacc pit. Parker O'Neil: I'm sorry, the what? Joe Lynch: The sarlacc pit. From "Return of the Jedi". Uh, hello. Being slowly digested over a 1000 years - worst death ever. Dan Walker: [in a mocking whiny voice] Dan, why don't I ever have a girlfriend? Why?
Anna: I never knew winter could be so beautiful. Olaf: Yeah, it really is beautiful, isn't it? But it's so white. Y'know, how about a little color? I'm thinking maybe some crimson, chartreuse. How about yellow? No, not yellow. Yellow and snow? [shudders] Olaf: No go. Am I right?
Joe Lynch: [Parker lights a cigarette and begins smoking] Joe Lynch: [Sniffing, exaggerated] Joe Lynch: Hmmm, smell that mountain air. You know what it smells like?... Cancer.
Anna: [seeing a mountain in their way] What now? Kristoff: Hmm. It's too steep. I've only got one rope and you don't know how to climb mountains. Anna: Says who? Kristoff: What are you doing? Anna: [having started to climb the mountain] I'm going to see my sister! Kristoff: You're gonna kill yourself. I wouldn't put my foot there. Anna: [plants her foot and it slips] You're distracting me. Kristoff: Or there. How do you know Elsa even wants to see you? Anna: All right, I'm just blocking you out because I gotta concentrate here. Kristoff: You know, most people who disappear into the mountains want to be alone. Anna: Nobody wants to be alone. Except maybe you. Kristoff: I'm not alone. I have friends, remember? Anna: [sarcastically] You mean the love experts? Kristoff: Yes, the love experts. Anna: [struggling] Please tell me I'm almost there. [She's shown to be just a few feet off the ground] Anna: Does the air seem a bit thin to you up here?
Joe Lynch: [trying to pass time] What did the 14-year-old girl from New Hampshire say to her dad when she lost her virginity? Dan Walker: Get off me, you're crushing my Marlboros. Joe Lynch: Yup.
[the Duke has volunteered his men to go with Hans to find Anna] Duke: Be prepared for anything. And should you encounter the queen, you are to put an end to this winter. Do you understand?
Joe Lynch: [Parker lights a cigarette and begins smoking] [Joe Sniffs, exaggerated] Joe Lynch: Hmmm, smell that mountain air. You know what it smells like?... Cancer.
[last lines] Dan Walker: [echoing voice] You're gonna be okay, baby. You're gonna be okay.
[first lines] Joe Lynch: I don't see her. Dan Walker: The shift changes. Just give it a couple of minutes. Parker O'Neil: Are you sure about this? Dan Walker: Yeah yeah, works all the time. Besides, this lady loves Lynch. Loves him.
Joe Lynch: OK, what asshole couldn't get on the chair right? Guy on Chairlift #1: What the hell? Guy on Chairlift #2: Dude!
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