The rare gift of getting into all kinds of trouble is their family trait. What else can you expect from the ones raised among trolls in snowy lands? But now Kai and Gerda have grown up and ...
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The rare gift of getting into all kinds of trouble is their family trait. What else can you expect from the ones raised among trolls in snowy lands? But now Kai and Gerda have grown up and entered a new stage - this time they are going to cause a global disaster...Written by
Being the third part of Snow Queen franchise The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice has gained and improved its own graphic style and has gotten better in visual effects. I really enjoyed the fantastic scenery the story developed in, all those mountain gorges, snow avalanches, volcano eruptions, a pirate ship skiing in magnificent landscapes and a train made of ice.
The thing I also liked is that although being a sequel The Snow Queen 3 is independent from other parts and if you haven't watched the previous ones it is not a problem at all. You can start watching this part and enjoy it not knowing the previous stories.
As for the message of the animation the story tells about vital things: the importance of being a family, the choice everyone makes between good and evil and that everyone should treasure their relations. These themes are important for our children and it is good that animated feature films touch these things in their plots. The final fight scene is very impressive and the evil has been defeated.
As for the weak points the thing I lacked is some well memorized and catchy song although the music of The Snow Queen 3 is impressive.
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