Frozen II

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92% Audience Score92%
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Now this is an amazing sequel, I didn't expect much for it but I absolutely loved it. Good job Disney.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Even though it doesn't quite live up to the standards of the first film, I'll definitely be watching this again. Some laugh out loud moments, great songs and just easy to watch...and that's sometimes all you need.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    Very obvious crash grab by disney, there is basically no plot at all. Really shockingly bad release the trailers made it look so good.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Frozen 2 manages to keep me from yawning with an alright plot, witch was even touched on in the first movie, a soundtrack that overcomes the soundtrack of the first movie. I thought that was impossible, but disney is full of surprises like this. However, while it succeeded in music and animation, it slipped down the frozen waterfall when it came down to its story. I know I just said it's story was alright, but to be honest, it fell short when compared to the other parts of this animation. Now don't get me wrong, Frozen 2 was a good movie, but its flaws kind of killed it, leaving frozen 2 a shadow of its former self.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Nowhere near as enjoyable as the first. This is what happens when Disney makes big money on a standalone film and demand a sequal. There was no need for this movie to take place, it wasn't nearly as good and really didn't add anything. The music was much worse, with barely a catchy or memorable song on it, but I already expected that with Brendon Urie writing some of it. The story, while at least expanding on the lore of the first movie, felt rushed, with no character really given enough time for their subplots, especially Christoph. Well, at least it looked pretty. Not a terrible movie, but I wouldn't watch it a second time.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    My major issue with Frozen 1 and 2 is that they keep trying to pull a fast one on seasoned animation audiences. Fairytale logic is sound because every magical element is obviously relevant and its absence will remove a critical element of the story. But Frozen writers have decided to "just put it in there" even if if makes no sense at all. Frozen 1 introduced the stone creatures??? which were more of a cutesy convention and didn't add much to relieve Elsa's magical angst. Now in Part 2, Elsa suddenly remembers a song her deceased mother sang that explains the origins of her magic powers. Not only did that Not happen in part 1, but as the film progresses, it doesn't explain why they locked her up if they knew all along that her magic was good. But, who cares if the story is properly developed? Just show a million scenes of two overly dependent sisters who are far too old to still be holding hands everywhere they go. The visuals are amazing. Elsa's "ice clothes" are hot off Fifth Avenue and I loved the addition of the ice horse (think Pegasus but cooler). Also a great merchandising opportunity. I won't go into further details since I do think Frozen 2 is very formulaic and uninspired. Elsa blames herself, once again, when everything goes wrong and takes it upon herself (once again) to save the day. The plot revolves around a revisionist version of American settlers hoodwinking the Natives (yawn) which is obvious from a mile away, except Elsa's grandfather is the culprit. The subplot involves a botched marriage proposal. Anyway, Olaf provides tons of comic relief which is badly needed. Sorry guys but even the spectacular visual ice-scapades of Frozen 2 aren't enough to make me warm up.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Interesting plot from the original Frozen. Moreover, good use of all the characters with outstanding music. However, not all of the movie makes total sense but still concludes well.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    perfect, this animation are perfect
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Amazing movie for adults and kids.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Decent enough watch, but I think I'm more likely to rewatch the first one than this, but can recommend. This FINALLY makes it to Disney+ and I'm so happy I didn't spend extra money to see it in theaters, or Buy/Rent it on Amazon. Don't get me wrong, its great to have move adventures with Elsa and the gang, but the story just didn't grab me like the original did. I feel like making this a group activity kills some of the mood. In the first movie it was several solo adventures where the adversity was overcome by working together with people they were learning to trust. It would have been more fun to see a story from the Numerian side, where they trialed to find someone to help the Enchanted Forest, and came across Elsa as she was alone and searching for "the voice" while Anna managed the kingdom, maybe even adding some controversy by inadvertently working against Elsa until they could reconcile. This movie feels like Disney need an line of merchandise to go with all the Elsa toys that were sold over the past couple of years.