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Walt Disney Animation Studios' first sequel to be a musical of characters breaking into songs 3 or more times at random moments. See more »
When everyone is escaping Arendelle, the wind is blowing everyone and everything in different directions but Elsa's hair doesn't seem affected at all. See more »
Uh-oh! The princess is trapped in the snow goblin's evil spell. Quick, Elsa, make a prince! A fancy one!
[Elsa makes a prince figure]
Oh no! The prince is trapped too! Who cares about danger when there's love?
[She makes the figures kiss]
Ugh, Anna, bleugh! Kissing won't save the forest. The lost fairies cry out.
[imitates elephant trumpet]
What sound does a giraffe make?
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Many isolated components of this film were fine or fabulous. The visuals in particular look incredible. The songs, message and concepts within the narrative are fine to great.
However the story, logic and writing to keep all these parts together in an effective way is lacking. And that's really what makes or breaks a feature film. That's why I give it a 4.
Kids will likely enjoy it anyway. But adults will mostly like this one less than the first one. And the first one wasn't exactly a perfect story either. But in the first one I felt like things were at stake. Within this sequel I saw enough magic and implausible fixes within every encounter that I started at times to get annoyed rather than release that the protagonists were alright. And that's not good.
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