The hit YouTube series How Movies Should Have Ended recently brought us the much anticipated How Frozen Should Have Ended, and it is absolutely beautiful. As usual, logic takes hold of the story, and all the illogical things that don't register in our heads while we watch a film pop up and make the story seem just as irrational as it would seem to someone of the 1800's.
Of course, the only logical reason why Elsa would have magic ice powers would for her to really be a superhero from the X-Men, who coincidentally also have to hide their powers from society due to the common fear of the potential people with powers have to be destructive forces. Without further ado, I present How Frozen Should Have Ended.
Fans across the internet have been up in arms about the fact that Elsa never got a love interest in the film, so rationally fans have taken things into their own hands to find her one, anywhere from Frosty the Snowman, to Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians, to Iceman from the X-Men, which could have inspired the connection in this video, along with her uncanny (Uncanny X-Men reference intended) resemblance to X-Men character Emma Frost, who also serves as a good character and villain throughout her own story.
Frozen is already out on DVD today, but [X-Men: Days Of Future Past](movie:203942) will be reaching theaters on May 23rd, 2014.