The more explanations people add to that Helsa post, the less I understand. Everything Hans did for Elsa during the big confrontation at her palace was all done with his best interests in mind, not hers. I just think this is one of those deals where people are reading waaaay into something. Either that or they just couldn’t accept the big twist and wanted him to remain good, which personally I believe to be one of the single best moments in Disney history.
I guess the popularity of Frozen has led to more discussion about the villain? You don’t see people begging for redemption of Scar, or Lady Tremaine, or Frollo, or Gaston, or Maleficent (even though Disney decided to give it to us anyways). Could be because Hans isn’t defeated in the traditional sense, he’s merely shipped home to be punished by his own family. A lot of Disney villains meet their death at the climax of the film. I dunno, I honestly didn’t think so many people would get snippy at me.
I understand that you people forgive Hans (it’s in human nature to find intrigue in fictional antagonists) but I certainly don’t understand how Elsa and Anna could forgive him. I seriously doubt Jennifer Lee would go through with that. But that’s just me, I just wanted to start a dialogue not piss people off. I have no problem with your ships I just think it’s unrealistic to think Frozen 2 will go down that route.