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At one point the wind spirit blows up from under Olaf and he makes a motion with his hands in a similar fashion to the iconic Marilyn Monroe dress blowing image from The Seven Year Itch (1955). See more »
When everyone is escaping Arendalle, the wind is blowing everyone and everything in different directions but Elsa's hair doesn't seem effected at all. See more »
Don't chew that, you don't know what I've stepped in.
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Various elements of the forest are represented in art in the first half of the closing credits. Frozen (2013) also featured the Enchanted Forest trees in the art of its closing credits. See more »
Before I say anything, let me tell you that some girls were crying around my seats, so I think movie hits its demograhy.
I liked the visuals of the movie, it looks amazing, better than first one. There's lot more going on happening in the movie and it's just 1hour 50 mins long, so a lot of arcs are very rushed and convenient. There are scenea where one character tells the other that this is what they have to do, to get something, with no explanation or reasons. There's lot of, I mean lots of, exposition. Characters tell the stories, tell something they just know or feel and flashbacks or hallucinations kind-of stuff.
But this is a movie aimed to kids, and it's okay if the story wasn't technically sound. But for adults, this movie might be too silly at times.
About the songs, this time expectations were high, and I didn't like a single song from movie. There were times when I felt they just ripped off their own song from previous movie, let it go. Like last time, no song connected emotiolly with the character, but they're well performed.
Kudos to animation team, voice actors, art-designers.
Not so much for writers and screen play writers.
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