Mayim Bialik Reveals In a Blog Post She Hates Disney’s Frozen — Find Out Why

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Mayim Bialik bashes Disney's Frozen C Flanigan/Getty Images; 013 Disney

Oh no she didn't! Mayim Bialik posted a blog post on admitting that she hates Disney's widely popular flick Frozen.

Titled "Why My Sons and I Hate the Movie Frozen," the Big Bang Theory star, who also has a Ph.D. in neuroscience, gives three main reasons why she dislikes the film before acknowledging, "I know everybody loved Frozen and that I am going to get so much hate for this. But I’m just keeping it real, yo."

Bialik's first issue with the movie? Aside from the fact that she "doesn't care for musicals really at all," the lack of female agency.

"Sure, it’s sort of hidden, but the search for a man/love/Prince is still the reigning plot line in the movie, as it is with pretty much all movies for young people which are animated," Bialik wrote. "The sister’s desire to marry this guy she just met, and the other sister getting mad at her — we still have a plot about the identification of a woman being based on her desire and search to meet a man … I’ve had just enough already with this finding a man business in most every kids’ movie."

While upset with the traditional fairy tale plot of a fallen woman, the mom of two sons, who has made headlines for her unconventional parenting techniques, goes on to explain she thinks the film bashes males.

"What happens in Frozen? The Prince/hero turns out to be a scheming villain," she wrote. "He pretended to love her and then he double crosses her and she gets the lesson taught to her not to trust those nasty scheming conniving men. Because you know, men can’t be trusted? Meh," she adds before going on to reveal her "biggest problem with [the] movie," which has to do with the female characters looking like "dolls."

"My biggest problem with this movie was the way the female characters are drawn and animated," the 38-year-old star concluded. "The male characters look like cartoon men. They have some exaggerated features, sure. But by and large, they look like they have the proportions of human beings. Not so with our lead ladies. They have ginormous eyes. Like really ridiculously big. Teeny-tiny ski slope noses … Barbie doll proportions of their bodies in general: tiny waists, ample busts, and huge heads. They look like dolls. They don’t look like the same species as the male characters even! What’s up with that?!"

Prior to bashing one of the highest-grossing films of all time, Bialik took a dig at Ariana Grande, writing in another blog post that she doesn't understand why the singer needs to pose in sexy lingerie if "is she has a talent."

Tell Us: What do you think of Bialik's assessment of Frozen?

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