- Genre : Comedy,Animation,Family
- Runtime : 103 min
- Cast : Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff
- Director : Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
- Producer : Walt Disney Pictures
- Language : English
- Release Date : 22 Nov 2019
- Rating : PG
Just really one of the best animation movie i have ever seen in my life till now. First of all this movie is made with very strong visuals. That's why every seen is very clear. Second some old memories of elsa and anna's parents did made it more emotional . Third every song in this movie i can say is just mind blowing.Specially Into the unknown and Show yourself.I really loved these song so much that i can't say in words.
I HAVE WATCHED THIS MOVIE ATLEAST FOR 50 TIMES TILL NOW...AND WISH TO WATCH IT TILL THE END OF MY LIFE...I LOVE THIS MOVIE AND I LOVE ELSA THE MOOOOST...THIS WAS THE BEEST MOVIE I HAD EVER SEEN IN MY LITTLE LIFE...ALTHOUGH IT IS HOPELESS....I HATE ANNA MORE THAN I HATE HELL...FOR ME ANNA=HELL(EVEN WORSE THAN THAT)..SORRY IF I AM HURTING SOMEONES FEELINGS BUT ITS JUST MY PERSONAL REVIEW.. THANKYOU..
Hey! I have watched only the second part of this series. Until I watch I was thinking these movies are just for girls but this movie is for someone who likes animated movie with no violence and music. I liked this movie especially because of the good songs. Good movie to watch for all the ages !
As a big fan of the first movie, there was a lot of high hopes for the story of the episode and finally it fulfilled. The characters are clearly developed in this story. Frozen's real success was the magic that I was really impressed me. The soundtrack of the movie is too amazing! So catchy and well thought out and the animation is absolutely gorgeous, mind blowing, stunning. Plot - 4.8/5 Soundtrack - 4.8/5 Characters - 4.8/5 Art - 4.8/5 Overall, amazing movie and highly recommend to watch this movie with family as soon as possible.
I enjoyed it. Olaf was hilarious in this one, it seemed like they let Josh Gad give a little more personality to the character even though he had a lot in the first one anyways. The characters were all really lovable and were developed pretty well. However it did seem that they traded quality for quantity when it came to the songs. By the end of the movie I could remember that there were a few too many songs, but I couldn't actually remember what any of them were. Also, MY GOD THAT MOVIE WAS CONFUSING. I guess I can see that the people behind this movie put a lot of effort into it, but I'm gonna have to see it a few more times to fully understand what's going on and why the characters are doing what they're doing. The first Frozen beats this movie in every aspect besides its stunning animation, and I believe the first Frozen is a Disney classic, whereas this movie is much more likely to be forgotten about. Either way, Olaf had me cracking up (along with Kristoff's hilarious music video), and the movie was very enjoyable.
Great movie.The emotion in this movie is much stronger than in the first Frozen, but it was vital to the story.The music is phenomenal.Some songs catchy, cute, and funny, while others make "Let It Go" seem like any other tune.The art is incredible as well. At times the forest seemed real, but at the same time, they did a great job at putting the artwork over the top while keeping the characters generally looking the same as they were in the original Frozen.
Frozen 2 story is quite a treat. Certain elements of the plot were very obvious but it doesn't abstract away from the fact that it is still a very well thought-out sequel to a terribly popular movie. It's magnificent to watch the characters all grown up. The animation was really top notch, as well. I marvel at how intricate the minute facial movements and how detailed the features are during conversations and songs.Also, this movie is clearly marketed towards older audiences as there are a lot of jokes that kids will most definitely not catch on to.
Frozen 2 is the sequel of Disney 2013 movie Frozen. Elsa and Anna are main characters of this movie. The movie itself continues the adventure of Arendelle's Magical Queen Anna and her sister Elsa. The characters of this sequel are portrayed very well. The movie has an entertaining story and better visuals but needs some more work in directions. Overall a good movie to watch in cold weather !
Frozen II is an amazing movie, and is a well made as compared to its first part. It is has amazing songs, emotions and are shown in grand fashion. Children will love the humor too. Disney has done a spectacular job. The visuals and animation were top notch. The journey of Elsa, Anna and Olaf will definitely entertain children and its a must watch.
This movie is the prefect sequel. The character Elsa finds out who she is. The soundtrack and story is awesome. The plot of movie is also too good. The way they portrayed the character of lead in a children's movie is amazing. The animation and visuals are outstanding. Children would definitely love it.
Frozen II is more like able than the first part.The characters are well played.The cinematography in this movie is fantastic. It's visually gorgeous, stunning and every shot composition feels perfect and i can't imagine being shot in a different way.The animation is gorgeous and i'll even say that it's a improvement over the original. The background environments look visually appealing and breathtaking at the same time, the water animation and clothing is just beautiful and realistic.overall the movie is worthy.
The story in "Frozen II" is the aspect that i have huge issues with. The story goes as follows: "Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven embark on a journey in order to discover the origins of Elsa's powers and saving their kingdom, after a mysterious voice calls out to Elsa". It may sound simple with some interesting ideas here and there, but the execution is very weak. Most of the time it didn't felt very important, but that doesn't mean that a sequel isn't necessary or needed, since with a sequel you can expand the world from the first movie in a meaningful way, develop the characters and show us how they grow more.
This frozen 2 movie is beautifuly animated and directed.Into the first hour or so, I was convinced this was just another epic journey for Elsa, leaving Anna to trail behind. However, it twisted when Anna was tasked with saving not only her sister but her entire kingdom. I absolutely love the mythology in this and the sad history we learned about how their parents truly died. Plus, new characters and new songs were definitely a treat! Kristoff's solo ft. Sven and the other reindeer were a great humor break while also providing more into his character.Olaf's and Elsa's "deaths" were very tragic while also still being kid-friendly.
Frozen 2 is beautiful and well-done animated, which is a major step up to the first film frozen. The whole winter landscape is well done and not just a fairytale place or a dream world.The voice acting is better than the first's, even the singing.The musical numbers are very catchy, especially "Into The Unknown", which is a somewhat better version of "Let It Go".Again, it's able to evaluate sisterhood, love, and empowerment for its themes and messages, only this time it does it even more.Also, it even spreads a message about teamwork, courage, and perseverance.
Frozen 2 was disappointing. The villain in this was so stupid and at times I felt like wanting to fall asleep. The running joke of Kristof not finding the right time to propose to Anna is stupid and at first got a few chuckles but after it was just repetitive and annoying. The music was alright but not as good as the first one.
Frozen II is phenomenal. I hope this is the best-animated feature of 2019. And maybe gets a nod for best picture of the year. The storyline is touchy and engaging, the graphics are first-rate, and the musical score is just fantastic. We will be singing "Into The Unknown" song for a while.
Even better than the first Frozen. The story is more developed and complex, the animation has ramped up to an amazing level. The theme song is unlikely to be the extraordinary hit that Let It Go was, but the album is a sure winner.It is filled with mystery, new characters, and a wonderful disney ending.
Forzen 2 movie is lovable.The animation is stellar, the songs are amazing, the emotion is strong, and the humor is amazingly built. Into the Unknown is quite possibly one of the best songs Disney has ever made. It's such a delightful and adventurous song! This film is much darker than the first, and some of the scenes might be a little intense for younger viewers, but there's still a lot of humor in it too. Almost all the scenes with Olaf made laugh super hard.
Frozen II is not a slam-dunk, take-the-whole-fam movie for everyone. In its attempt to create a more mature movie, Disney made it, ironically, a little more superficial. Its feints toward current, complex questions move it away from the original’s timeless, inspirational relevance. And for some, those same feints along with some much darker narrative moments, too will push this movie out of bounds.
Here continues the adventures of Arendelle's magical Queen Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel); her kind sister, Anna (Kristen Bell); and everyone's favorite snowman, Olaf (Josh Gad). This time around, the characters undertake a dangerous journey to a mysterious enchanted forest, hoping to discover the source of Elsa's powers. The sisters learn more about their parents' deaths and backgrounds; thanks to several flashbacks, viewers may feel even sadder about the orphans' loss. While there's lots of humor (thanks, Olaf!) and -- of course -- big musical numbers, the sequel is ultimately a bit more intense than the original. Expect perilous (though never graphic) scenes of elemental spirits chasing and attacking Arendelle/the main characters with wind, water, fire, and more. There are also chases, battle scenes with swords, dark secrets, and -- spoiler alert! -- a couple of upsetting (but temporary) deaths. Underlining everything are positive messages about sisterhood, empowerment, acceptance, tolerance, perseverance, and true love, and both Anna and Elsa are examples of strong women who lead confidently and communicate with and support each other.
"Frozen 2" is the sequel of Disney's 2013 blockbuster Frozen.Elsa the Snow Queen and her sister Anna are on an adventure far away from the kingdom of Arendelle.They are joined by their friends Christoff, Olaf and Sven.Frozen 2 is spectacular to look at and the sharp witty characters easily manage to delight the audience. The movie is certainly more stunning than previous one and the whole movie can left you cold.
It's been six years since the first Frozen became a worldwide phenomenon, so a sequel always felt inevitable as no one could Let It Go.Any worries that Frozen 2 would be a cash-grab sequel should have been put to rest by the gap between the two movies, with the time taken to craft something that would live up to the first movie and not just be a beat-by-beat retread.And fear not, Frozen 2 will satisfy fans of the original as it offers big laughs and even bigger songs, and if it doesn't quite match the original, it comes very, very close
Frozen 2 could have been a grand adventure. Instead, it was a slog down memory lane. In the original Frozen, the conceit is quite simple. Two princesses are raised by their parents in a palace, but one is cursed with superhuman powers over snow and water and ice.
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