Parents know that Frozen is a hit with kids worldwide, but many moms and dads are actually celebrating after a new short featuring characters from the movie has been axed.
Last week, audiences rushed to see the new Pixar film Coco, a magical, musical adventure inspired by Mexico's "Day of the Dead" festivities. The animated family film beat huge superhero movies at the box office, and has raked in more than $100 million nationwide in less than two weeks.
And while families are falling in love with the flick, parents are sharing their frustration with the Frozen short film that runs before it.
Pixar movies traditionally start with a 10 minute short film that runs before the movie, usually something cheerful and fun to help young kids settle in to the movie-going experience. But the studio's latest short film, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, rubbed parents the wrong way, and they weren't afraid to say so.
So what was so objectionable about the new Frozen short?