25 Frozen Quotes That Will Thaw Your Heart

Frozen, Disney’s film about the bond between sisters, warmed the hearts of moviegoers around the world.

It was Disney’s 53rd animated film, and like other Disney movies was based on a Hans Christian Andersen story.

The film won several awards and was a smashing hit at the box office, earning $1.280 billion in worldwide revenue.

According to Box Office Mojo, Frozen (2013) grossed over $1.2 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing animated film ever.

This demonstrates the massive popularity of the film and indicates that the movie’s memorable quotes, including “Let it go,” have resonated with audiences around the world.

Elsa and Anna became heroines for girls, and Olaf became everyone’s favorite snowman.

Almost every parent knew the words to “Let It Go,” sung by Idina Menzel.

What was it about the movie that made it such a phenomenon?

These Frozen quotes prove it was humor, love, and wit that kept audiences coming back for more!

Disney had been toying with a way to adapt The Snow Queen into a film back in 1937.

There were several attempts in the late 90s and early 200os to give the film life, but it hit roadblock after roadblock.

When the project was resumed in 2011, writers knew there was something off.

Elsa was a villain, and none of the characters were resonating with one another.

That is when the team decided that Anna, based on Gerda in Andersen’s The Snow Queen, should become Elsa’s younger sister.

Establishing this dynamic in a Disney film was rare, but made the characters much more dynamic.

Keep reading these Frozen quotes for some funny moments between the characters.

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Frozen quotes every fan will recognize

According to a 2016 report from Disney, Frozen merchandise generated over $1 billion in sales.

This demonstrates the continued popularity of the film years after its release and shows that fans continue to connect with the movie’s messages and quotes, such as “Love is an open door.”

1. “Some people are worth melting for.” — Olaf

2. “Let it go, let it go, can’t hold it back anymore!” — Elsa

3. “Don’t touch me! I don’t want to hurt you.” — Elsa

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4. “Go away, Anna!” — Elsa

5. “Okay, bye.” — Anna

6. “You want to talk about a problem? I sell ice for a living.” – Kristoff

7. “Hi, I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!” — Olaf

8. “Oh Anna, if only there were someone out there who loved you…” — Hans

9. “The sky’s awake, so I’m awake, so we have to play.” — Anna

10. “Do you want to build a snowman?” — Anna

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Frozen quotes that make us giggle

In 2015, a survey by Harris Poll found that Frozen was the second-most popular movie among children aged 6-12, behind only Star Wars.

This demonstrates the film’s lasting appeal and ability to capture the imaginations of younger viewers, who continue to enjoy Frozen quotes such as “I don’t have a skull or bones.”

11. “Knock. Just knock. Why isn’t she knocking? Do you think she knows how to knock?” — Olaf

12. “I don’t have a skull. Or bones.” — Olaf

13. “We only have each other. What are we gonna do?” — Anna

14. “Watch out for my butt!” — Olaf

15. “Only one crazy enough to be out in this storm is you, dear. You and this fellow.” — Oaken

16. “Oh, I don’t know why, but I’ve always loved the idea of summer, and sun, and all things hot.” — Olaf

17. “The only frozen heart around here is yours!” — Anna

18. Let’s go kiss Hans, who is this Hans? — Olaf

19. It’s okay, I have a thick skull. — Kristoff

20. “You don’t have to keep your distance anymore.” — Anna

More Frozen quotes for fans of the movie

21. “Hey, we were just talking about you! All good things, all good things!” — Olaf

22. “Winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle but put me in summer and I’ll be a… happy snowman!” — Olaf

23. “Hands down, this is the best day of my life. And quite possibly the last.” — Olaf

24. “Only the act of true love will thaw a frozen heart.” — Olaf

25. I know it all ends tomorrow, so it has to be today.” — Anna

Which of these Frozen quotes is your favorite?

Since the sister bond was relatively unexplored by Disney, except for Lilo and Stitch, Disney Animation convened a “Sister Summit.”

Women from all over the studio who grew up with sisters shared stories about their relationships with their sisters.

As someone who has three sisters, I can only imagine what kind of information the team heard!

Writers knew they wanted Anna to save Elsa because of the genuine love between them.

The last breakthrough the team arrived at was that Elsa was more vulnerable than she was villainous.

She feared these powers that she had little control over, worried about hurting those she loved, and wanted to be loved for who she was.

They needed a new villain and found the perfect slimy “prince” to pin all the evil on.

It was a little ironic for a Disney plot, to have a Prince “Un” Charming, but it was genius.

The changes to both sisters’ personalities led to one other character’s development that we can all appreciate.

In the original concept, Olaf was the obnoxious sidekick to the villain (Elsa); think LaFou from Beauty and the Beast. 

(In another twist of irony, Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf, would go on to play LaFou in the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast.)

Instead, Olaf became the lonely Anna’s friend and a connection between the two siblings.

The rest as they say ‘is history’ and Frozen became an iconic film we all know and love today.

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Danielle is the Managing Editor for EverydayPower.com. She has a Master's in Management and Leadership and is also a Life Coach. These skills, coupled with her background, both professional and personal, help her write on a variety of topics. This content is centered on team and self-development, trauma, motivation, and other inspirational messages. She lives in Montana with her husband and two children. When not writing she can found reading, cooking, and helping others overcome obstacles in their daily lives.