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Carlos Martínez López
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Academy Award nominated screenwriter Allison Schroeder was brought in to assist writer/director Jennifer Lee with scripting duties, after Lee was named head of Walt Disney Animation. See more »
The trees around Arendelle shown in Frozen are mostly evergreens with some birch. The enchanted forest is "North, as far as you can go" but is almost exclusively deciduous trees with lots of silver birch (betula pendula), those types of trees become less common at higher latitudes, not more common. See more »
You said you believed in me and this is what I was born to do.
And, I don't want to stop you from that. I, I don't want to stop you from being whatever you need to be. I just don't want you dying, trying to be everything for everyone else too. Don't do this alone. Let me help you, please. I can't lose you, Elsa.
I can't lose you either, Anna.
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The opening title appear in the Northern Lights in the middle of the first song. The top half is blue and the bottom half is stony-gray. See more »
It's all about change. If you think the teasers are somewhat dark, Frozen 2 will deliver that,. And a good sequel I would say.
(This has a post-credit scene in case you're wondering)
The songs are great. Especially Kristoff's song, an 80's jam as Jonathan Groff would say it. Even the animation looks like an 80's music video which I find funny. Olaf's comedic skits are even funnier. For Into the Unknown, not as catchy as Let it Go but time will tell. The animation, the best. Elsa got even beautifuller. If you saw the water animation you would see *much* more of that. The story is bigger, questions are answered, but there are some points that look silly. The plot is predictable but personally I enjoyed it.
The only thing I'm having a hard time agreeing with is the ending.
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