When it comes to film criticism, especially on the internet, arguments are like Westerns: there's the good, the bad, and the ugly.
There are good arguments, like how Frozen is a great movie because it's both a deconstruction of a traditional Disney movie while also a traditional Disney movie. This is a good argument because it can be backed up through sound reasoning and evidence.
Then there are bad arguments, like how Frozen is a "bad" movie because it doesn't have any black characters. Yes, this is an actual argument! It's also bad because it overlooks important details like how the movie is set within a predominately white country during a predominately white time period. (You might as well argue that Mulan is "bad" for also not having any black characters!)
And then there are ugly arguments, or rather, WTF arguments—the type of arguments that make you sit back in your chair with your mouth agape as you stare at the screen and wonder "what the f***" you just read and "how the f***" anyone could come up with such reasoning.
That's probably how most people felt when they read how right-wing pundit Jordan Peterson argued that Frozen was a bad movie because it was propaganda, and the reason why it's propaganda is because...er, well, he doesn't really explain why.
But while everyone else has been content to point and laugh at the alleged "stupid man's smart person", I'm determined to delve into his mind and, like Alexander the Great wrangling with the Gordian Knot, try to unravel the reasoning why exactly he believes Frozen is "evil" propaganda.