Movie Review: Frozen 2

Six years after the first Frozen, the adventures of Anna and Elsa continue on this second movie. Here’s a review of Frozen 2, the winter movie of 2019. Watch out! Spoilers…


Movie Review of Frozen 2 Drama/Fantasy- 1h43 Release Date: November 22,2019 (Tabatha Menten/Lincoln Lion Tales)

What’s the story?

This year, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven are back in a new adventure. After revealing her secret to her kingdom, everything is going well in Arendelle. Kristoff and Anna are happier than ever and Kristoff is ready to propose. Olaf, one of the favorite characters of Frozen, has seen his dream becoming true: be a snowman in summer. But, Elsa is worried: she’s hearing a voice which seems to call her. This voice is linked to her mother and to a mysterious enchanted forest. She decides to follow it and to discover the truth about her power. 

This second opus is, like the first one, a real success. A perfect mix of adventure, love, friendship, drama, comedy, magic and music. With a total of 46 songs in 93 minutes, Disney is making this Frozen 2 a musical movie more than anything else. 

Go if…

  • Go if you couldn’t wait to see what happens to Anna and Elsa after the first movie;
  • Go if you enjoy seeing two Disney princesses who don’t need a prince to save them;
  • Go if you always wondered where were Elsa’s powers coming from;
  • Go if you want to see what is the truth behind the death of the Queen and the King ;
  • Go if you want to laugh again thanks to Olaf;
  • Go if you missed the perfect voices of Idina Menzel (Elsa) and Kristen Bell (Anna);
  • Go if you want to discover new characters such as Lieutenant Destin Matthias voiced by Sterling.K Brown;
  • Go if you want to see the cutest salamander named Bruni;
  • Go if you want to cry when Olaf dies.

Don’t go if… 

  • Don’t go if you don’t want to live again “Let it go stuck in your mind” thing;
  • Don’t go if you prefer Disney movies without a song every other minute;
  • Don’t go if you don’t like Happy Endings;
  • Don’t go if you didn’t find that Elsa was the most badass princess in the first Frozen.

Some of the Songs from this new Frozen 

Some Things Never Change Artists: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad

Into the Unknown Artist: Idina Menzel

Lost in the Woods Artist: Jonathan Groff

The Next Right Thing Artist: Kristen Bell

Rates of the movie 

7.5/10 on IMDb

7.7/10 on Rotten Tomatoes

4/5 on Common Sense Media