Rosie O'Donnell Feuding With Mayim Bialik For Not Loving Disney's 'Frozen'
By Zach Seemayer
If you've been paying attention to the various Blossom message boards on-line - as you no doubt do every day – it's likely that you know about actress Mayim Bialik's recent blog post where she says that she doesn't like the movie Frozen.
Well, not content to just let another human being have an opinion on a topic, Frozen fan, and recently returning host on The View, Rosie O'Donnell decided that she needed to take Bialik to task for her reprehensible and unconscionable feelings about an animated fairy tale.
O'Donnell didn't just take on Bialik on-line, where petty flame wars usually flare up and burn out, but instead used actual minutes of air time on a nationally televised talk show to tell the Big Bang Theory star how wrong it is that her opinion on the quality of a movie is different than O'Donnell's opinion.
"I just want to say, that I feel that Frozen is the best Disney movie ever made," O'Donnell told the crowd with the same level of intensity that is usually reserved for witch trials. "I've seen it 250 times, I can say it, every word of it, memorized. I love it like the rest of America."
Well, not everyone in America loved it. The film holds an impressive 89% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is very high, but that still means %11 percent of critics disliked it.
If we're to assume that those percentages would hold up when applied to the entire population of America – which is currently 313.9 million people – it would mean 34.5 million red blooded Americans totally didn't love that film. So Bialik might be in the minority, but she's not alone.
So, after announcing that she is now feuding with Bialik, O'Donnell's idea of vengeance and justice was to give out DVD copies of Frozen to everyone in the audience "in honor of Mayim Bialik and Blossom."
Surely when Bialik took to her blog to voice her opinion - claiming that Frozen's messages were both anti-woman and somehow anti-man, and that the female characters all looked like dolls, plus she's not a fan of musicals anyway – she should have known that somewhere, her worst nightmare would be realized when a day time talk show host poisoned the world with even more copies of Bialik's most hated nemesis, Frozen!
Or, more likely, Bialik doesn't care, and a bunch of semi-confused members of The View's audience went home with a free DVD that will likely end up as a makeshift drink coaster or covered in lint under a couch like all DVDs.
Long story short: If you're a celebrity, make sure you know how Rosie O'Donnell feels about a film before expressing an opinion about it, or otherwise a bunch of nice unassuming people might go home with a gift.