And call me nitpicky if you want, but there is no reason whatsoever a big budget, 2013 computer animated film, in which snow is the big animation centerpiece, 12 years after Pixar accurately represented how snow sticks to people's bodies in Monsters, Inc., to still have snow going right through people.
I respect your opinion on the film, but some of your reasons are insignificant. Most of the details you mentioned are rather "plot holes" (that every movie has) and are basically due to the major changes the script went through a couple of months before its release (because of "Let it Go"). And let's not forget that the film was originally supposed to be released in 2014, but was moved to November '13. Don't get me wrong, Frozen may be my all time favourite animated movie, but I agree that the script is not perfect. However, the songs, direction, voice-acting, humor and animation of this film makes *most of us* forget the (often) bad writing. As for the animation of the snow, you may not like this movie, but you can't deny that it has breathtaking animation. I have never seen snow look so good in an animated movie before. There may be some goofs, but again, all movies have goofs.
That's not very good reasoning. Plenty of crummy movies make tons of money and plenty of wonderful ones make little money.
I didn't say people hate EVERY single succesful film, I just said that, most of the films that are considered "phenomenons" tend to be hated by many.
Do you go see literally every movie that comes out, in theaters or DTV? Do you watch everything offered to you on TV? Because if you don't then you've rejected watching things based on premise alone, which is exactly what people are doing for the Frozen short.
Watching TV and going to see a film are two entirely different things. When you turn your TV on, or when you go to a theatre to decide which film you're going to see, you have a variety of films/shows to choose. But when you have chosen to see a particular film, you can't just "wait outside 'till a stupid short ends". This is just ridiculus. I understand and accept your frustration about this being 21 minutes, but no one can do anything about it. Just see it (either you like it or not) and then you'll have an opinion. It could be something you'll LOVE and regret criticising it at first.