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FROZEN 2 [Blu-ray]
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Why was Elsa born with magical powers? What truths about the past await Elsa as she ventures into the unknown to the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle? The answers are calling her but also threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she'll face a dangerous but remarkable journey. In Frozen, Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In Frozen II, she must hope they are enough.
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First off, this is one of the BEST looking animated movies of all time. It is simply gorgeous looking. The visuals have an excellent use of color and nature. I love that they decided to set this in autumn, which is something you don't often see in animated films. In contrast to the more traditional fairy tale look of the last film, this one is far grander looking. The appearance of the kingdom of Arendelle in this makes the original look so-so.
Frozen II feels so different from any other Disney animated film. There are plenty of those that do fantasy, but this is the first one (except maybe for The Black Cauldron) to go for EPIC fantasy. I really loved the various legitimately challenging magical forces the characters have to deal with.
The story looks into how Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) has her powers and I really liked the setup and the messages they were trying to tell. This is actually one of the more serious Disney animated films. (By their standards. Don't worry there's still plenty for your kids to love.) There are a couple surprisingly dark, dramatic moments. (Again, by Disney standards.)
Based on the trailers, I was afraid that comic relief Olaf the snowman (voiced by Josh Gad) wouldn't fit into the change of tone on account of being too light, but the writers adapted the character really well. They have him growing up and being far more philosophical about the world (while still being pure). His musings often steal the show. I actually thought he was funnier in this than the last film.
I did think this movie had some pacing issues. The plot just isn't as tight as the first one. There are moments where the writer didn't know how to best utilize the main characters. I do wish they spent more time interacting with a couple of the film's likable but underused new supporting characters.
Songs are decent but aren't on the same tier as the last film. Half are just okay. The song Into the Unknown tries too hard to be the new Let it Go. Still, I give the songwriters credit for going with a new style not found in previous Disney films. I liked Show Yourself, Lost in the Woods, and All is Found. The last one is a particularly lovely piece.
This isn't quite as good as the original, which knew more what it wanted to be and had a stronger emotional backbone. Still, this has a lot going for it and I think your kids will like it.
But it's a 5 hour long single stream with everything back to back to back. Good luck finding what you want in it. Will be submitting for a refund and waiting for the BluRay to come out
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The movie starts with a sequence of when Elsa and Anna were youngsters listening to
bedtime stories from their mum and dad.
In present-day Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) hears a distant voice and try's to follow it,
unintentionally awakening spirits of the past.
Elsa knows she must journey into the past to save the present, obviously her sister Anna
(voiced by Kristen Bell) along with friends Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad) Kristoff (voiced by
Jonathan Groth) and his faithful reindeer will not let Elsa travel alone into the unknown.
The mist of time will uncover the enchanted forest and those that inhabited the forest
and some that stood alongside Elsa and Anna's parents from years before.
However, Elsa still hearing a distant voice realises that she with her magical powers has to
complete the quest on her own, the bond she has with Anna will surely help her see it through.
As in the first Frozen, the film is full of magical visual images along with many new songs.
A family film that will be loved by all.
Otherwise, a total disappointment. Disney by numbers.
Weak story line, it also seems to be structured to translate into a stage musical to the total detriment of the film.
The under 10's will love it, otherwise give it a miss. There are so many other amazing animated films out there.
The story of the film is a lot better and more comprehensive than the first film, it’s got a lot more depth - it may be slightly more complicated for young children to full understand.
There are highs and lows to this film, you can go from crying from laughing to crying from sadness in a matter of 30 seconds.
The music is still catchy and easy to sing along too.
I loved this film so much that I bought the DVD and didn’t wait for it to go on any streaming service. I 100% recommend this for any Disney fan
The main characters of Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven and Kristoff were interesting and they formed as a brilliant group of friends on screen.
Afterwards, I explored two extras on the item which were the outtakes and the ''Did You Know?'' facts from the film and they were good.
Lastly, I wish the Blu-ray disc from this product had visual artwork and it's just basic.
Should have waited for a better story
Or waited for a better team of writers to be assembled.
Not very well done. There is a great story in there but it was not cleverly told. Such a shame when they essentially had an unlimited budget.
The 3d is wasted this time.
Prepare to be amazed at how many times you can hear the same songs on through the TV, and then the soundtrack through Amazon music. It may be called Frozen 2 but I can assure you, fiery brimstone will rise up the floorboards as you too can live in hell by purchasing this film.
Recommend if you or your family are in to frozen, there’s a lot more background to this film than the 1st. Now homage a very happy 3 year old with her favourite film able to watch at home.