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chunkylefunga's avatar


Talk about a cash grab. There was zero point to the storyline and the songs were soo half-arsed that I've already forgotten them.

The fact they had to fill time by constantly explaining the storyline of the first movie just highlights that they didn't even have a decent enough new plot to fill a movie.

Hopefully a 3rd won't be made.
2 years 5 months ago
Earring72's avatar


The kids loved it...…..but besides the stunning Visuals....I was dissapointed. Too much singing, not enough thrills and VERY muddled story. But sill fun with the family
2 years 7 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Not really having much of a connection to Frozen, it took me a while to get into Frozen II, but when they started to push the comedy harder, I found myself chuckling along. Normally, the comedy sidekick could be an irritant, but Olaf is probably the best thing in the movie (how he does recaps alone...), Kristoff's musical number is a parody of a music video that comes out of left field, and we can always count on Anna's insecurities for both laughs and heartfelt moments. Elsa, to me, remains a little remote, but she's a bit of a superhero in this, so gets some good moments. The theme of accepting the darker parts of our history and moving forward in a positive way is relevant to our times and a worthy one, though in terms of plot, I didn't feel like there was any surprise there. The mystery just made the characters look obtuse or at best, in self-denial, but then that's part of the issue, isn't it? And while the movie does some interesting world-building and doesn't wallow in call-backs, it's also not daring enough. I think there was a way to get that ending and yet make it feel more transformative (anyone else get vibes of Disney's Annihilation?). And oof, on a visual level, this has to be the princessest princess movie ever to princessly princess. The color scheme is out of the "girl's aisle" at Toys R Us, easily evoked what with all those toy ads during the theater pre-show. Okay Disney, we get it, you want to make sure kids ask for your merch for Christmas. If I make it part of my movie review, it's that the film felt very "toyetic" at times, so yes, like a toy ad.
2 years 8 months ago
Mrtrick's avatar


A fine sequel that's pretty much on par with the first film. I think it furthers the character's journeys in strong ways and with exceptional animation. And though there's no "Let it Go" here, I like all the music on tap.
2 years 8 months ago
roco_1791's avatar


It's not a bad film. There's nothing special about it either. It just feels like an attempt to keep selling Frozen merchandise, and no interest in actually telling a compelling story.
2 years 8 months ago
Emiam's avatar


It deepens the characters further. A little too much of singing. More exciting than part 1.
2 years 7 months ago
Confess's avatar


I loved it! I went in with low expectations, because it's a sequel and some people I know liked Frozen I better. But it didn't disappoint at all.

For me, Frozen II is much more relatable, it's hilarious and I loved the sarcastic parts in it (spoiler ).
It was a funny, sad and inspiring movie!
2 years 8 months ago
ladylovelylocks's avatar


....meh. I couldn’t get emotionally invested in anything except the little fire spirit.
2 years 8 months ago
buc86's avatar


When you are watching a sentient snowman removing his carrot nose and wondering why he doesn't sound like he has a blocked nose when he talks, I think that's a sign you are not invested in a film's story.

I just did not care about the story in this film, maybe because it's told through a lot of flashbacks and yatta yattas about magic and spits in the forest. It also didn't have anything to do with where any of the characters were on an emotional level, it was just a thing that Elsa figured they needed to fix, and the rest of them just went along with it.

There is a sub-plot where Kristoff is trying to pick a good time to propose to Anna, and it has nothing to do with anything else in the film.

There is also this thing about a dam, and someone mentions later what might happen if something happened to the dam. Hmm...I wonder if that's going to be important later!

So it's nowhere near as good as the first one, but hey LET IT GO...sorry I'm now very ashamed for making that obvious joke.
2 years 9 months ago
ezhevod's avatar


Water was beautiful. That's all.
1 year 7 months ago
Limbesdautomne's avatar


Totally lost in the woods
2 years 8 months ago
JHB's avatar


That little salamander dude is so fucking cute! He'll make a great toy that every other kid will get this Christmas.
2 years 8 months ago
essaywhu's avatar


The best part was the 80’s power ballad “Lost in the Woods” in the middle of the film. Reminded me instantly of Chicago’s “Hard to Say I’m Sorry.”
2 years 7 months ago
CodeV's avatar


Epic and magical story, many great songs, heartfelt characters - have nothing more to wish.
Best action fighting scene - Stormy sea Horse.
2 years 8 months ago
totavo's avatar


It's ok... what I expected from a frozen 2
2 years 8 months ago
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