Frozen II

Frozen II

DVD - 2020
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Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, she'll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In the first film, Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. Now she must hope they are enough.
Publisher: Burbank, California : Disney, [2020]
Edition: DVD widescreen version.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (103 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm.
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Alternative Title: Frozen two [dvd]
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sjpl_javier Apr 01, 2020

As an adult, I really disliked the "straight to DVD" feel of this movie. The movie seems to have a song every 5 minutes. Children will enjoy seeing their characters return and some of the situations are funny and some are tragic.

The story also makes less sense than other Disney stories.

Mar 27, 2020

I actually really liked this movie. I hated the first one, but found myself laughing and enjoying the music to Frozen II. It seemed a little more serious than the first one and the music wasn’t as intense (which I appreciate because I am not a fan of musicals). It’s a great movie about family and figuring out who you are. Definitely give it a watch if you enjoy Disney films!

Mar 22, 2020

If you liked "Frozen," you will like "Frozen II." It feels almost identical, and was undoubtedly made the same way, by committee. As soon as I heard the first phrase or two of "Into the Unknown" my immediate reaction was "somebody listened to "Let it Go" too many times.

Watched uncritically, it is a beautiful piece of eye candy. Like "Frozen" before it, the plot has almost no meaning, and is much of the "one darned thing after another" variety. However, accepted uncritically, the dialogue is possibly more insidious. It is the most appalling mashup of myth concepts, "pagan" and primitive culture ideas, and (for some reason) homeopathy. (I am unavoidably reminded of the creation of "Irish Spring" soap, which provided nothing new in terms of cleansing agents, but was a product of the marketing department and ideas from focus groups.)

The rare Disney sequel that's just as good, if not better than the original. The songs aren't quite as catchy, but the animation is even more impressive to watch in 2020 than watching Frozen when it came out.

Mar 18, 2020

This is the best!!!!!!!!!! :) Right Jazlyn? ;)

Mar 17, 2020

seen the movie on Disney t it was an enjoyable movie

Mar 16, 2020

Frozen 2 is the 2019 highly anticipated animated sequel to one of the biggest animated movies of the last decade. In this movie, Anna, Elsa, Olaf, & Kristoff are back in Arendale this time confronted with a mystery from the past that will change their lives forever. The animation in this film is incredibly detailed & the animators really outdid themselves in making this movie as visually stunning as possible. Despite this however, the plot in this film is fairly light and meaningless. The characters actions don’t properly reflect their development in the first, even learning the exact same life lessons of family and love. If there were to be another movie to follow this one, I highly doubt any of the plot in this would change anything in the next film. 3.5 Stars
@Ruby_Tuesday of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

I think this was a really well made movie. The cinematic were amazing and the details in the movie were fantastic. Everyone always asks me whether it was as good as the first movie and my answer to that question is no, but it was very close. The first movie had better character development than this movie. Other than that I loved this movie. Anna's and Elsa's relationship is very admirable which is one of my favorite parts about the movie. I think this movie can teach kids many important life lessons such as caring for your family and setting your differences aside to reach a mutually beneficial conclusion. I would recommend this movie to people of any age because its something that not only kids can enjoy, but adults as well. I give this movie 4 out of 5 stars.
@terrificbooklover of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Mar 16, 2020

The songs, other than "Into the Unknown," are not very catchy and the CGI action sequences are unimaginative. However, the story's dark political message to right the wrongs by all means is admirable, though probably over the head of most teens.

Mar 13, 2020

Always fascinated by the quality of the animation and storyline. Disney is the master of this genre indeed. Lots here for the young (or young-at-heart) with Olaf, Sven and a little dragon, but the messages around dealing death and grief, following one's destiny, etc., are very adult.

Mar 12, 2020

"Sisters separated forever! Hey, at least they have their parents!...."


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Mar 16, 2020

Many quotes in IMDb, thanks to its contributors:

However, some of the good ones are in the song lyrics such as "The Next Right Thing" by Kristen Bell:
I've seen dark before, but not like this
This is cold, this is empty, this is numb
The life I knew is over, the lights are out
Hello, darkness, I'm ready to succumb
I follow you around, I always have
But you've gone to a place I cannot find
This grief has a gravity, it pulls me down
But a tiny voice whispers in my mind
You are lost, hope is gone
But you must go on
And do the next right thing
Just do the next right thing
Take a step, step again
It is all that I can to do
The next right thing


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