Frozen – Quotes


Elsa:  Go back to sleep.
Anna:  I can’t!  The sun’s awake, so I’m awake and I have to play!

Troll:  You are lucky it wasn’t he heart.  The heart can be tough to change.  But…the mind can be tough to persuade.

Troll:  Fear will be your enemy.

Duke of Weselton:  Like a chicken with the face of a monkey!

Hans:  I have twelve brothers, and three of them literally pretended I was invisible for two years.

Hans:  Can I say something crazy?  Will you marry me?
Anna:  Can I say something crazy?  Yes!

Anna:  I’m completely ordinary.
Hans:  That’s right – she is.  I mean that in the best way possible.

Elsa:  Be the good girl you always have to be. … Don’t let ‘em see.

Anna:  It’s me, Anna.  The one who didn’t mean to make you freeze the summer.

Olaf:  Hi!  I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!

Olaf:  Yellow in snow?  No go.

Olaf:  Who’s the funky burro?
Anna:  Sven.
Olaf:  And who’s the reindeer?
Anna:  Sven.
Olaf:  Oh, well that makes it easy to remember.

Olaf:  The hot and the cold are both so intense!  Put ‘em together – it just makes sense.

Kristoff:  I’m gonna tell him.
Anna:  Don’t you dare!
Kristoff:  Somebody’s gotta tell him.

Kristoff:  That’s your plan?  My ice business depends on you talking to your sister?

Olaf:  Oh, look at that—I’ve been impaled.

Kristoff (seeing the ice palace):  I might cry.
Anna:  Go ahead.  I won’t judge.

Olaf:  Knock.  Why isn’t she knocking?  You think she knows how?

Olaf:  Watch out for my butt!

Kristoff:  Calm down, feisty-pants.

Olaf:  I can’t feel my legs!  I can’t feel my legs!!!
Kristoff:  Those are my legs.

Olaf:  Do me a favor – grab my butt!

Anna: Does [my hair] look bad?
Kristoff:  No.
Olaf:  You hesitated.

Anna:  Are you alright?
Kristoff:  Yeah.  I’ve got a thick skull.
Olaf:  I don’t have a skull.  Or bones.

Olaf:  So this is heat!  Oh, but don’t touch it! (as his hand caught on fire)

Olaf:  Some people are worth melting for.

Anna:  I was wrong about it.  It wasn’t true love after all.  I don’t even know what true love is.
Olaf:  I do.  That’s when you put someone else’s needs before your own.  You know, like when Kristoff brought you back here and left you forever.

Olaf (seeing Kristoff return):  Oh, well I guess he didn’t love you enough to leave you forever after all!

Olaf:  There’s your act of true love—riding across the fjords like a valiant, pungent, reindeer king.