G | | Animation, Short, Adventure
On Anna's birthday, Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.
"Making Today a Perfect Day" shows a few references to songs from the previous film Frozen (2013). Elsa says, "a cold never bothered me anyway" referencing to the hit song "Let It Go"; Anna notices and picks up a sandwich, referencing "Love Is an Open Door"; and... ...
Olaf, what are you doing?
Olaf: I'm not eating cake.
Olaf: But it's an ice cream cake!
Elsa: And it's for Anna.
Olaf: And it's for Anna.
In the first scene Sven is standing with four buckets (full of paint) hanging from his antlers. We see Elsa scolding Olaf for eating the cake for a few seconds, and then cut back to Sven: now the buckets have disappeared. It would be logical for Sven to have put them down at this point since Kristoff had just finished painting, but the buckets are nowhere to be seen on the ground or the tables, and Sven and Kristoff were standing too far from the entrance of the castle for either of them to have brought the buckets back inside in that short a time-frame.
During the Disney logo shown at the end, the shooting star that typically flies over the castle is replaced with a snowbie that jumps over the castle, and if you listen carefully you can hear soft chimes playing the tune of "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?", from the movie.
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