If Frozen was about coming to terms with who you are, Frozen II is about transformation. Does it offer further evidence for those who saw "Let It Go" as Elsa’s covert coming-out anthem? Sadly not, though she remains an intriguingly elliptical canvas on which to project genuinely groundbreaking ideas about empowerment and identity.
With so much going on, it’s easy to overlook that the most profound and moving relationship in either film is the bond between Elsa and Anna. It’s the most human and least-calculated thing in “Frozen” or Frozen II. Their love is the ultimate special effect. Ice is nice. But sisterhood is what’s really powerful.
Surprised people didn't like the movie. It has a plot, great soundtrack, best animation and strong message. What i liked the most is that its not a kids movie its very dark with well yeah, very dark moments. Great sequel
Well, it's beautiful to the eye. It tries to be a little more "deep" but... ok, some parts of it are fun to watch. However, the movie takes a good while to show its purpose, and when it does, everything gets done in ~15 minutes. They even go and straight up make characters disappear through the movie because they don't really have what to do with them.
Yeesh, this film is... weird. You know, I actually quite liked the first film. It was cute and kinda charming. Not this one though. The story is very messy and forgettable and in my opinion badly written. Most of the new characters were forgettable and bland in my opinion. Also the whole five spirits thing was just.. weird. If they make a third one (which I wouldn't be surprised if they will, it's **** Disney we're talking about here) I hope it will be better thn this, tho I very much doubt it.