Frozen II Review
Title: Frozen 2 (2019)
Director: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
Starring: Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family, Drama, Adventure, Musical, Fantasy
Who’s excited to watch this movie after 6 years of waiting? I am! Wait, what? 6 years? I feel old enough though. Am personally not so into a Disney’s geek but i am sure love this movie! I watched Frozen I for several times and been waiting for Frozen II since then. A movie that will make you feel the cold breeze just by watching them. I like Frozen II more than Frozen I as the adventure was more epic.
Frozen II is the sequel of Frozen I produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. A little bit different from the first, Frozen II got a lot more changes as Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) are becoming adults and they only have each other, because their parents are lost at sea during a storm that destroys the ship years ago.
I think i might give a bit of a SPOILER here, the movie starts from the scene where the family was in the bedroom, and the parents tell a story to the kids about Northuldra, the enchanted forest that keep a lot of mystery and their grandfather, King Runeard. The story goes on until a mysterious voice keep calling Elsa out and she decided to follow the voice, which unexpectedly awakens the elemental spirits. The Arendelle is in danger and Elsa, Anna (Kristen Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Josh Gad) need to make their move to save everyone in Arendelle. They go to Northuldra to found the answer behind the mysterious voice.
The sculptures from the past starts to reveal gradually as they continue their journey. Elsa decided to send Anna and Olaf away to be safe, and meet Ahtohallan in the North by herself. Reaching Ahtohallan, Elsa found out that her power was a gift by the magic of nature, which makes her the fifth spirit.
For some of the scene i feel like i wanted to cry for no reason, I swear it because the mysterious voice that makes me feels like crying. The voice sounds kinda weird, sorrowful and sad at the same time. Oh, I do fall in love with Elsa’s beautiful dress that sparkling in a white purple color, she looks elegant and i think the editor makes an advance make up for Elsa as before she looks like wearing a heavy makeup but on Frozen II she looks more natural and mature.
The visual effect for Elsa’s power was no joke. The team really does their very good job for Frozen II and I appreciate it so much. But, I think after seeing this movie i got a thought that Elsa is actually one of superheroes from Disney that can beat Marvel’s superheroes lol.
Re-listening to the soundtrack while seeing the clip makes me feels so into it. I think there might be another sequel of Frozen as the ending seems a bit strange, but I read some article that says the producers are going to end the sequel after this, i kind of sad but well okay.
This is the general age PG movie but I think it’s more like 13+ PG. Because there was a scene when Kristoff kisses Anna and I found it not so good for the kids but yeah, i am not blaming anyone, it’s just my logic. Peace!
Without any ado, I highly recommend you to watch this movie no matter what, because this drama really is a good one and will spend your 103 minutes more than worth! The storyline was marvelous and I even cannot guess what’s next. You guys, I am not lying but this is the best Disney’s movie I’ve ever watched.
Don’t you know there’s part of me that wants to go into the unknown?Elsa, Queen of Arendelle
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