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Frozen 2 DVD 
- Language: : English
- Package Dimensions : 19.05 x 13.21 x 1.27 cm; 20 Grams
- Media Format : PAL
- Actors : Kristen Bell
- Studio : Walt Disney
- ASIN : B081D64NBQ
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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 Frozen, Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In Frozen 2, she must hope they are enough.
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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.
Although we are retired, my husband and I enjoy all kinds of cartoons along with our more serious film fare, and are great fans of Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’(1991), ’Tangled’(2010) and ‘Moana’(2016), as well as their ‘deeper’ offerings, like ‘Up’(2009) and ‘Inside Out’(2015). We enjoyed ‘Frozen’(2013) though not as much as ‘Tangled’, and my review here gives it a strong 4½ Stars.
We had expected a similar sort of film from ‘Frozen II’, and of course, there are strong similarities, because we meet many of the old familiar characters, and we are again in a traditional world based largely on Norwegian and Sámi (Lapp) architecture and costume.
However, whilst ‘Frozen’ was quite a straight-forward story, introducing us to the Snow Queen, Elsa, and her younger sister, Anna, the sequel is very different. It is a complex, layered fantasy, with historical flashbacks, major geographical shifts and a strong flavour of Norse and Celtic sagas. This is a deeper, darker tale, showing wonderful imagination. It is also ravishingly beautiful. Much of the film is set in autumn, so the reds and russets of autumn light up the screen. And the scenes mid-way through the film involving the ocean, and a sea horse, must be some of the most breathtaking in any animated Disney film.
The music and songs, written, as with the first film, by husband and wife team Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez are again critical to the feel of the film. Elsa’s wonderful “Into the Unknown” won an OSCAR, and is the defining song of the movie, as her "Let It Go” was for ‘Frozen’.
‘Frozen II’ has proved to be the highest-grossing animated film of all time, but it does not appear to have won quite the same level of acclaim as it’s predecessor. ‘Frozen’ won the Animated Film OSCAR, ‘Frozen II’ was not even nominated. This is a shame, because, in our opinion, it is by far the better film. It is certainly very beautiful, but it is also clever, exciting and engrossing. The script is often witty, and the characters we met in ‘Frozen’, grow up and develop into much more complex and interesting personalities. Perhaps the problem with the film is that it IS more complex. Whilst it is much more satisfying for an adult audience, much of the greater sophistication and intricacy of the plot might be lost on children. Nevertheless, kids will undoubtedly love meeting up with old friends again!
We loved this film. In our view, it is probably one of the best Disney animations of recent years, and it deserves a strong 5 Stars.
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