Ok, I complained about this just now in the funny pic thread, but I need to rant a little more. On the topic of the movie Frozen and the books/movies The Lord of the Rings. If you haven't seen/read these, then spoiler alert! Also where do you live that you have an internet connection and haven't also been forced to see/read those because... that seems impossible. Ok, Elsa is obviously the main character and hero of Frozen, and Frodo is the hero a savior in Lord of the Rings. Anna is the main character and hero of Frozen and sacrifices herself to save her sister from being murdered in a power grab despite almost unrelenting abuse from Elsa throughout the movie. Frodo can't make it to the fires of mount doom, and Sam literally and selflessly carries him on his back to the end, in a just pure demonstration of unquestioning loyalty. All Frodo has to do is toss the ring in but he can't. He is tragically, ultimately, corrupted by it. He succumbs to its evil just at the moment of triumph. The story is an account of the destruction of his innocence and good nature. Frodo is eaten from the inside out and ultimately falls. The ring makes it into the basket but only because Frodo and Gollum fight over it for themselves at the expense of everyone they have ever loved (including the guy who just committed apparent suicide to deliver it, who is helplessly watching). The ring meets an end that fits it - destroyed by its very nature. Gollum happily dies with it (fitting for his character), and Frodo having been destroyed by his quest, returns home to die. He is praised for his noble efforts and ultimate apparent success but he knows the truth, that the ring consumed him. Seriously, I do not know how so many people missed the points of these stories so completely. Anna is the hero of Frozen. Frodo is a tragic character.