Having harnessed her ever-growing power after lifting the dreadful curse of the eternal winter in Frozen (2013), the beautiful conjurer of snow and ice, Queen Elsa, now rules the peaceful kingdom of Arendelle, enjoying a happy life with her sister, Princess Anna. However, a melodious voice that only Elsa can hear keeps her awake, inviting her to the mystical enchanted forest that the sisters' father told them about a long time ago. Now, unable to block the thrilling call of the secret siren, Elsa, along with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven summons up the courage to follow the voice into the unknown, intent on finding answers in the perpetually misty realm in the woods. More and more, an inexplicable imbalance is hurting not only her kingdom but also the neighboring tribe of Northuldra. Can Queen Elsa put her legendary magical skills to good use to restore peace and stability?Written by
The Northuldra tribe's culture is inspired by the Sámi people who are indigenous to Norway, Sweden, Finland, and northern Russia. Disney signed a formal agreement with Sámi representatives who promote the group's rights internationally; they formed an advisory group of artists, historians, elders, and political leaders. The Northern Sami language dub is called "Jiknon 2." See more »
The Arendelle soldiers trapped in the mist doesn't make sense.
The youngest soldiers should be at least 18 years + "34 years, 5 month and 23 days" however they look 20 something. It is a common staple of fantasy that isolated paradise realms have atmospheres which cause people to age slowly. 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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There is a post-credits scene in which Olaf recaps the events of the film. See more »
Worth it for the Visuals, but plot wise all over the place.
This is a beautiful movie, and Elsa's journey is a powerful one to watch. But outside of this it's narrative is completely unfocused and none of the character moments are given the time they deserve on screen. It seems that it's trying to be more adult with more lore and a darker tone, but also still gives Olaf an unnecessary about of screen time doing things that the little kids would laugh at. The pacing also feels quite rushed, even by kids movie standards. You could have cut 20 minutes out of this movie and it would have been just as good.
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