Frozen II: Movie Review & Info
Frozen II Release Date November 7, 2019
|CAST:||Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad|
|DIRECTION:||Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee|
|DURATION:||1 hours 43 minutes|
Frozen 2 Story: Three years after the first film, Elsa (Idina Menzel) (Idina Menzel) was attracted by a mysterious voice that could tell her a lot Information about her estate.
Frozen 2 Review: When natural forces threaten to destroy the Kingdom of Arundel, it must be evacuated. Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and Kristoff have been looking for answers, but Elsa was distracted and heard strange voices in “Strange Called her in “The Voice”. Under their leadership, the band followed the melody, on the edge of the magic forest, there are countless secrets and dangers. “Frozen 2” did not follow the footsteps of its record-breaking predecessor, but tried new thematic techniques. This time, the unexpectedly mature plot focuses on transformation and growth. The climax of the movie seemed promising, but its third act did not come true. Resolving the conflict has no effect. This is especially confusing because the first half of the year tends to focus on songs rather than deliberately promoting plot development.In addition, there are too many clues, and certainly not as attractive as the first movie. This is not to say that they are bad, the composition is layered, but whether there is enough singing ability remains to be seen. As popular as “Let It Go”. However, the musical performance is very interesting. This extends to the rest of the movie’s animation, and some vivid colors combined with realistic images create a wonderful performance. Although each band member has his own moment, Elsa and Anna continue to be the center of attention. The restless chemistry of Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell is endless after they left, and Olaf provides a lot of humor, whether it’s a visual farce or Joe A charming but ironic, almost conscious presentation by Josh Gad. Sterling K. Brown played an interesting new role and immediately stood out.However, the subplot with Christopher and Anna was under pressure, and there was no choice but to sing to Jonathan Groff. It’s hard to expect this sequel to capture the lightning magic in a bottle of the original, but the jaw-dropping sense of humor and visual appeal of Frozen 2 is interesting for young audiences.