Let me tell you why I’m not a huge fan of “Jelsa”. Now, I really like the idea of Elsa and Jack together, but.. Some accusations made by the shippers makes me really dislike it. It doesn’t even make sense to me that they’d even be a couple now.
You’ve known this child that was basically family to you your entire life. And you always would be there for them, and play with them, and make sure they’re content. Like any child would want to be. But as they grow older..
You start to have a liking for them?
Now, that’s where things kind of tip the scale for me. I think Jelsa would be a much more successful ship if Jack and Elsa hadn’t related before she became The Snow Queen. Or, Elsa had stopped believing in him after a certain age, causing their interactions to be limited only to that “child” age group.
I mean, out of all the ships out there, I think Helsa would make the most sense, to me, at least. And before you can say it, yes, he tried to kill them, but hear me out for like, three seconds. People are driven by different things, in different times in your life. Hans wanted power, sure, and his thoughts were driven with the thought of power behind it, doing anything (including murder) to achieve his dream of being King. But, let’s consider after Frozen’s film timeline. What if Hans had cleared his head, and begun to think more clearly? I never really liked the Disney stereotypes. I think people are more complex than just having one emotion. A villain, for example. Throughout the entire movie, they all display a certain drive, whether it be anger, or depression, or revenge. But.. We all get that way, don’t we? Why doesn’t Disney display the other emotions of a villain? They were (maybe even are) good, sane people. At some point in their lives, they felt genuine happiness. And I believe, after all Hans did, he repented his ways and tried to regain the respect of the Citizens of Arendalle.
Also. Jack is an immortal being, right? He’s been around for a good long time. Quick tangent. I never really liked Twilight due to the fact that Edward was nine hundred years older than Bella. It’s like dating a pruny old man in a sparkly vampire body. I feel the same with Jack and Elsa. He’s so much older than her. I seriously don’t mind an age gap, but like, five years, tops.
And lastly.. They don’t even look good together. I’m sorry, man, I see Jelsa everywhere and I need to just get it out. They come from two extremely different styles of animation, and the different sized eyes weird the crap out of me. Even though they share hair and eye colors, they just.. Physically do not compliment eachother. So, in conclusion, I think Jack and Elsa should have an intimate relationship.. But in a brother-sister sort of way, especially when considering Jack knew her his entire life, seeing her grow from a baby to a strong adult. Seriously, no one else considers that weird?
Dunno. Late night rant.