Directors; Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee
1h 40 minutes
Swedish premiere; December 25th
A cinematic experience at its finest – a film animation that’ll leave even the most skeptic in a trance, a nirvana state of mind with its polished to perfection visual and music that will make your ears want to chant in delight.
Frozen 2 delivers everything and a little bit more, a fantastic sequel for the entire family to enjoy from beginning to end. With its stunning scenery, beautiful costumes, entertaining storyline, and hilarious dialogues, the movie will invade your body and camp inside your heart. With its lovable characters returning for a second adventure, you are in for a ride of love, magic, and strength, all wrapped into a magnificent work – the best animation film of this year!
Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristof, and Sven embark on a quest to find answers about an enchanted Forrest, one that keeps calling for Elsa through a familiar song her mother used to sing to her, hoping to find the origin to Elsa’s power, they instead find something else.
The songs are powerful, with depth in every melody, key, and word – making you feel invincible, capable of everything and anything. I had goosebumps through each of the tracks, truly realizing how brilliant the writers of Disney were when creating this piece.
The eye of detail is shown in every scene and second of the movie, in the wrinkles of the costumes, the lines in their faces, and so much more, nada goes unnoticed.
Truly a blast, I strongly recommend the whole family to enjoy this magical film, one that’ll bring a massive smile and laughter to your face. 8/10 Disney once again delivers – L O V E D it.
It would’ve gotten a full 10 if it weren’t for the fact that they showed the Swedish version at the press screening, which was a disappointment, Josh Gad as Olaf is EVERYTHING, so why ruin it? There are no kids at the screenings so they should stick to showing the original version.