Frozen 2 Movie Review

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When one thinks of the movie Frozen, they’ll probably imagine the bonds of family, love, and magic. How the young queen of Arendelle brings fear to her people, but through her compassionate and caring sister, she is able to break the shackles holding her back and accept who she really was. On November 27, 2013, Disney sent out their first Frozen movie, not knowing if there would be a sequel.

$1.276 billion, a film watched from all over the world, the first Frozen movie was a huge success! On November 22, 2019, they let out a sequel to the first film. Many adults, adolescents, and pre-teens still enjoy watching these kind of movies, while many others think they are too old for it.  $1,325,176,364 has been made from the second movie in just two months, and increasing. Many have seen this movie in the theatres already and each have different opinions on the movie.  

Disney is increasingly advancing, they recently came out with Disney Plus, their own movie and tv show engine. 7th grade Adventure student, Nicholas Boniface says, “Their graphics are much better and with their more high-tech computers, their cartoons are 3D and the sound quality is a lot more realistic.”  However, he believes that the sequels Disney produces are horrible and their movies are getting more and more violent. Two other Adventure 7th graders, Emi Nishihara and Teaghan Gallagher have seen this movie before and have more to say.

“I really enjoyed the action, it was a much better movie than the first. I thought the song Kristoff sang: Lost in the Woods was very unnessaccary, while the song Into the Unknown was a big hit. I liked how they gave off the moral lesson of not giving up, regardless of what was going on; perseverance,” Emi answered. “Even with all of the arguments between Anna and Elsa, in they end they were able to grow closer to each other through forgiveness,” Teaghan says.

Many people enjoyed Frozen II, with suspense, romance, and a happy ending, Frozen 2 is a recommended movie to watch for parents, adults, teens, and children!