People really hate the Frozen short that plays before Coco

If you're planning to see Pixar's Coco, you might want to show up a little late.

Although the animated Disney flick is a critical darling with a sparkling 97 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, there's been a massive outpouring of disappointment with Olaf's Frozen Adventure, the 21-minute holiday short that plays before the movie.

A sequel to both Frozen and the Frozen Fever short that played before Cinderella in 2015, it centers on the eternally confused snowman Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad) as he goes door-to-door around Arendelle learning what people do for Christmas. You see, nothing was normal when Elsa's curse gripped the Frozen universe.

One of the common complaints is that Olaf's Frozen Adventure is just too long. It's essentially a full-length TV special, and there's good reason for that: Disney originally planned to release it as holiday special on ABC. The Washington Post said it "feels like the grinning house guest who won't leave, even through the party was supposed to clear out long ago."

But others are annoyed with the cloying plot and blatant commercialization of Christmas. Although, it's worth noting that lots of people do enjoy the short, the decision to put it before Coco is definitely divisive. 

Check out some reactions below.