Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa’s powers in order to save their kingdom.::Seha

Also Known As: Die Eiskönigin 2, Ψυχρά κι Ανάποδα 2, La reine des neiges 2, Крижане серце 2, Regatul de gheaţă II, Karlar Ülkesi II, Frost 2, La Reine des Neiges II, Nu Hoang Bang Gia II, Anna and the Snow Queen 2, Замръзналото кралство II, Холодное сердце 2, Ledové království 2 Czech, Frozen II - Il segreto di Arendelle, Snježno kraljevstvo 2, Ľadové kráľovstvo 2, Ana to Yuki no Joou 2, Frozen II - O Reino do Gelo, Zaleđeno kraljevstvo 2, Frozen 2, Frozen II, Jégvarázs 2., Kraina lodu II

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  • georgia-puscasu
    georgia puscasu

    ‘Frozen 2’ is the sequel to the 2013 Disney animated classic ‘Frozen’. In this six year gap, Disney pulled off a very exciting story that follows Elsa as he discovers the origin of her powers!This follow up is a little darker than the first but not entirely dark as there’s loads of great lighthearted funny moments, especially with the cute character Olaf! However, do expect that younger viewers may not enjoy this one as much as it also does have a more complex storyline that may be tricky for them to follow.The animation was Disney’s best and one of the best I’ve seen since YEARS! Awesome little details, very unique atmosphere designs and art direction.The songs were GOOD but not GREAT. Especially, compared to the first movie. I can guarantee that “Into The Unknown” was supposed to be the new “Let It Go”, it’s a beautiful song but doesn’t quite capture the essence of the original song! “Show Yourself” and Kristoff’s song “Lost in the Woods” will be VERY popular I’m guessing! And I do think that Olaf should stick to making jokes in the movie rather than singing.The story was complicated and good but again, not as great as the first perhaps but still a very good one that will leave unanswered questions answered (nearly).But to round it off, ‘FROZEN 2’ was beautiful, exciting and will definitely want you coming back for more!!

  • heinfried-lachmann
    heinfried lachmann

    Guys, six years and this is what you got? Disney is really bad at sequels. The story could wrap up in a regular episode’s time, and is actually a replicant of the first, with much less weight. The repeating of the structure made my eyes roll. Side characters are weak. The protagonists got no growths, Christopher’s line even got cut off after the middle part.The music is okay, can see the effort, and I appreciate the fine scores. Music not bad in general, but Disney’s been better.The visual effects and the animations of characters are great. But I know Disney is good at that. Do better on the story please!

  • allan-hobbs-singh
    allan hobbs singh

    This movie was absolutely stunning! The story was beautiful and so was the movie itself. I enjoyed it more than the first. Don’t listen to what people say and just go enjoy the movie!

  • univ-prof-keld-mathiasen
    univ prof keld mathiasen

    I love frozen with a passion and have to say this sequel surpasses it by far it is darker more emotional better character build funnier moments greater music and everyone learns a lesson also you learn more about the parents how elsa got her powers and a little bit more of kristof and sefven don’t listen to the haters because a true frozen fan will love this as it tugs at your heart

  • augustas-zukauskas
    augustas zukauskas

    Forgettable songs and special effects cannot make up for a lack of an interesting story. A GOOD story matters most , Disney! Another in the increasing trend of version II, III, IV …ad nauseum… follow-ups that should never have seen the light of day. The original Frozen was brilliant, but this doesn’t come anywhere near it. Save your money. Watch something better.

  • matti-koskinen-rantala
    matti koskinen rantala

    This movie has beautiful visuals. The scenes and animation is breathtaking. I liked that very much.Here’s a controversial opinion; I quite liked the music and songs as well though It lacks the iconic catchy tunes from the first one.My biggest complaint and the one thing that let this down is the story. Its way too simplistic. Now granted the first one wasn’t Mark-Twain like either but you get the feeling that it was more substantial than this and as an adult there was more in the first one for you than this.I’m still rating this pretty good because as much as I’m personally underwhelmed by the story, I’m not the target audience. This is a movie for little children and I guess they might have a different opinion. I wouldn’t know for sure since I dont have children to take to the movies. I would like to, but I need to find a wife first for that to happen.

  • melanie-hepburn
    melanie hepburn

    Frozen 2 is the continuation of the first Frozen film six years later. The film is directed and partly written by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, who also directed the first part.In the film, Else (voice of Idina Menzel) is queen of Arendelle. When she hears mysterious voices and singing, she wonders if this is due to her ice forces, or if this is a sign of danger to her kingdom. She decides to investigate on her own where the voices come from and what they mean. Her sister Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and snowman Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) want to help Elsa with her mission, but Elsa ensures that she can go on her own mission. Anna and Olaf still try to come to Elsa to help her, but they have to find their way through the mysterious autumn forest without Elsa her magical ice forces. Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer Sven also try to find Anna so that he can ask her to marry him. With the first Frozen film, the Walt Disney Animation studio managed to make a good animation film again with its own suitable music and songs in the front of the film. This film also had a story for the entire family. The film managed to interest and entertain both parents and children. This was due to the use of some story elements from the Disney classic animation film The Lion King. They had adapted this to use it in a modern way in the first Frozen film. This second Frozen film unfortunately loses its family theme and only retains the children’s theme, because for adult viewers the story of this second film can seem somewhat predictable. Younger children are less likely to see the film’s revelations until they are brought forward by the film itself. Due to various events in the film, the group falls apart during the film, so that each character almost gets his or her own separate storyline in this new film. All these separate story lines ensure that the film as a whole appears a bit too messy. This film will only remain entertaining for younger children or adults who are really fans of Frozen and would like to see a new film with the same characters. For a better family film, it is better to watch the first Frozen film with your family again. For a better continuation of the first Frozen film, adults and older children can better watch the fourth season of the TV series Once Upon a Time.Fortunately, the film still has nice animation images. Elsa knows how to use her ice forces to create beautiful ice animation forms and images in the film. The new elements and characters that come from the mysterious forest also provide beautiful animation moments in the film. The film also has beautiful new music and songs that will linger in your head for a while, but they are not as good as the songs from the first film. This film, for example, does not have such a catchy number as Let It Go. The comedy in the film is also entertaining, but also seems to be more intended for a younger audience. For older viewers, certain comedy moments can also seem somewhat predictable.The voice and singing work is well done by the cast. The characters also work well together in the film. It is a shame that they have decided to separate the characters during the film, because the characters on their own seem less fun and interesting.

  • bedrich-svoboda
    bedrich svoboda

    I can stretch my mind to make sense of this very confusing movie or at least very confusing parts. Ask your child afterwards about the movie and what they got out of it. Some of the songs were great actually but most were off key and not very good. I was hoping for a real good movie. Good animation.

  • theophile-aubert
    theophile aubert

    I liked the first film but this sequel is more of the same. It’s not bad but doesn’t add anything new to the story and sometimes is predictable. The songs are just okay, in my opinion I think the characters could sing less. Frozen 2 isn’t bad, but is away of to be one of the best Disney’s films. The children will love but I think there are a lot of better animated movies for adults.

  • marcus-schultz
    marcus schultz

    Went to see the movie with high expectations hoping that it would be as good as the first one. Found it to be a sleepy movie… the songs are awful and the storyline was a struggle.I managed to fall asleep halfway of the movie.

  • niculina-popa
    niculina popa

    The cold never bothered me anyway. Most people are likely to know that line came from the mega hit song “Let it Go” from the mega hit movie Frozen. In fact, I would think you’d have to know at that point as Frozen has become one of the movies that defied the 2010’s with it’s cultural significance, large amounts of awards won, large billion dollar box office grossing, and the countless parents that were forced to listen to the soundtrack over and over. Disney has made it their current go-to fairytale and seems to continue marketing it with whatever it can; dresses, toys, shorts, a Broadway musical, and inevitably, a sequel.I personally found the movie very good but not one of the greatest from Disney. I’ve seen the movie a couple of more times to say my opinion hasn’t changed. I don’t even know if I would put it in my top ten (Fantasia is still my favorite), but I give it a lot of respect. The movie managed to tell a Disney-like story while trying to show off more character development then before. I’m certainly open to a sequel if it can match the original. Let’s see if Frozen II can capture that lightning in a bottle.Queen Elsa (played by Idina Menzel) seems to have found her footing as the ruler of Arendelle, occasionally using her ice powers when needed…usually for entertaining. She has also mended her relationship with her sister Anna (played by Kristen Bell), always grateful that she was saved from her before. Anna continues to be upbeat and his happy with her boyfriend Kristoff (played by Jonathan Groff), reindeer Sven, and talking snowman Olaf (played by Josh Gad). All is well until a mysterious voice starts to call out to Elsa. When she tries to follow it, Arendelle faces a force in nature to cause the people to evacuate.Elsa is advised that the answer to voice will be found in the mysterious forest to the north where the previous king had visited before. Anna, Kristoff and Olaf insist on coming too, so they venture to the north why they find an unbreakable fog blocking their entrance. They do make it in, discovering a magical forest where a tribe of people that connect with nature live, along with an Arendelle army led by Destin (played by Sterling K. Brown) have been trapped. Elsa and Anna find a bigger history to their kingdom that might change the sisters forever.Frozen II attempts to tell a much bigger story then before and I have to give it respect for that. It’s fine if you want to tell a more complex story, but the problem is that it needs complex characters to go with it. Elsa and Anna are still likable and seem to go through each of their journeys fine, but it also hit me that their personalities seems to be back at square one from the first movie. Elsa is still a loner and Anna is still too open with her emotions. Wouldn’t they have grown a little since the first movie?My other problem happens to be a large one and that’s the location. I’m all up for a change in scenery, but Frozen knew how to balance out the darker moments with the light. Frozen II seems to be more about the dark, which means were in the enchanted forest most of the time, and it’s a very dreary and depressing place to be. You can shoot out as many magic ice beams as you want, but with it’s more purple and grey setting, this is a rare scenario where I think more upbeat moments were needed.It’s not an all bad movie as there are some good things about it. All the voice acting is still great. The animation is better then the first. Some of the visuals like the water horses, various ice sculptures and more mythic settings are pretty to look at. Many of the songs are good, though not as iconic as “Let it Go”. I’d say that both songs by Idina Menzel like “Into the Unknown” and “Show Yourself” are great. The others are fine, but Kristoff’s song “Lost in the Woods” has an odd 80’s power ballad feel which is not only out of place, but adds nothing to the story. It’ll probably get a lot of feedback on the car radio, but parents can rest assured that none of them are going to be repeated for the next six years.I’ll give this five ice horses out of ten. Will Frozen II be a hit? Probably. Is it as good as the first? Definitely not. I don’t think I’d watch this again on my own, but if I had kids, I wouldn’t see a problem. What Disney needs to remember that perhaps asking what happens after “happily ever after” is not the best thing. I’ve never seen Frozen as a long series, so let’s see if people think they should let it go.

  • joshua-nixon
    joshua nixon

    Its not as good as the first one but still fairly decent at times.I liked the animation which was godly as expected by Disney. The developing relationship between Elsa and Anna. Kristoff felt like the first wheel i already didnt like him in the first one but in the sequel he is even worse.At last the Olaf scenes were decent at times but annoying for the most part, they felt very forced and just there to get more Olaf in there.I wont spoil anything story wise but as much as a wanted to like it the ending was pretty weak.

  • jaan-oispuu
    jaan oispuu

    Visuals were stunning as always. Characters are meh but some ofthem are likable. Honestly I don’t remember any of the songs. As an adult, I didn’t enjoy it. It’s for kids like everyone says so.

  • nemeth-takacs-sandor
    nemeth takacs sandor

    It is pure commercial. They added characters without clear reason. Tried to support the movie by having a lot of songs. Again without clear reason.

  • maaltii-gnnesh
    maaltii gnnesh

    Frozen I shows that “true love” melts the ice. Frozen Fever shows how the Snowgies is made. And now, when Frozen II came out, this film predicts the future via storytelling with Olaf in the post-credits scene. Anyway, the predictable events is all occuring before the “very end”. In the Frozen franchise timeline, Olaf’s presentation takes place shortly before the 2017 featurette “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” in order to make sense by clearing out memories of this film for the holiday season.9 Blocks of Ice Chopped out of 10.

  • joris-gaiciunas
    joris gaiciunas

    The story was great (especially that great Olaf scene) and the music was once again a hit. Good job to the team at Disney!

  • ewelina-brozda
    ewelina brozda

    Taking place in a kingdom named Arendelle, there lived two kingly daughters named Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell). Elsa, the older sister, miraculously possesses a magic power that allows her to create ice around her. These strengths made Elsa had to live her life as a runaway, before finally returning to Arendelle thanks to Anna’s struggle and hard work.Elsa and Anna’s adventure in Frozen 2 began with Elsa’s curiosity about a mysterious song that seemed to keep calling her from the north. Along with the emergence of the sound, Arendelle began to experience a variety of oddities such as a river that dries, hurricanes that hit, and others.In the first film, the audience is made a little wonder, where did Elsa get that power. This question will be answered in Frozen 2 which, unfortunately, is not explained in a straightforward and logical way.Compared to the first film, Frozen 2 does have a more complicated plot and, maybe, hard to digest for young children. Not only that, the nuances throughout the film are also darker than the prequel. However, Frozen 2 still deserves to be called a very neat film, especially visually. Makes you curious? You have to watch it so that all your questions are answered …

  • ijeongja

    As much as I hate to say this, aside from the gorgeous visuals, the plot; third act, was VERY poor. Nothing really happens. There is no threat, no villain, no obstacle…Elsa wanders off to a ‘fortress of solitude’ type place where she dies? or freezes? Anna sings about her grief, the song itself was great but I couldn’t feel anything for her because Elsa’s outcome was very ambiguous? Anna is set out to do something that could set Elsa free but….there are no consequences which was mentioned about a hundred times…”the water will destroy Arendelle…” and all of a sudden Elsa comes out of nowhere and stops the flood. It was too rushed, and the plot itself was not fulfilling, AT ALL.

  • yuri-nunes
    yuri nunes

    Many isolated components of this film were fine or fabulous. The visuals in particular look incredible. The songs, message and concepts within the narrative are fine to great.However the story, logic and writing to keep all these parts together in an effective way is lacking. And that’s really what makes or breaks a feature film. That’s why I give it a 4.Kids will likely enjoy it anyway. But adults will mostly like this one less than the first one. And the first one wasn’t exactly a perfect story either. But in the first one I felt like things were at stake. Within this sequel I saw enough magic and implausible fixes within every encounter that I started at times to get annoyed rather than release that the protagonists were alright. And that’s not good.

  • kerry-mason
    kerry mason

    Its highly enjoyable with brilliant animation and some decent songs but it takes two steps backwards in its storytelling. Reminds my why Disney sequels have always been less good. Still worth watching but lacks the charm of the first movie. Olaf really annoys me again

  • graciela-mitzy-estevez-marquez
    graciela mitzy estevez marquez

    I was really looking forward to this movie, but sadly I left the theater quite disappointed.The good things first: Visually, this movie is stunning. The attention to detail is breathtaking and it really draws into the movie. The music is also very good. I wouldn’t say better than the music of the first movie, but especially the main theme (which is HEAVILY inspired by Michael Jacksons “Earth Song”) was really something special.But this also brings me to my biggest problems with the movie: Predictability due to being HEAVILY INSPIRED by so many other things.Additionally to MJs Earth Song, probably the most obvious inspiration: Any Avatar: The Last Airbender fan will instantly see the connection to this movie. It really takes alot from that show, which sadly, in many ways, makes it really predictable. As soon as I heard about the “5th spirit” I instantly knew it was Elsa, AKA The Avatar (yeah, I know she can’t control all Elements, but I’m sure they would’ve liked to do that aswell, wouldn’t it retcon the first movie).Also, the main story of “We thought our ancestor (or whoever) were good people, but they were actually bad” is also something we’ve seen SO MANY TIMES before, so that part was very predicatable too. Basically from the first scene on you can tell that that’s the twist.So we have two “twists” that are utterly predictable, and sadly, those are the only two twists. (If you want to tell me that you thought Elsa was actually dead, you’re a liar.)One additional nitpick: The whole “water has a memory” thing was really overused and quite stupid.Aaand one more: That love and friendship is important is always a good message for the kids, but please, don’t abuse and overuse it like that future filmmakers.To sum it up: Ultimately, what you get is this: A beautifully sounding and visually stunning movie that is so predictable that it’s really quite hard to enjoy the good things.

  • edite-viksna
    edite viksna

    It’s not hard to imagine how big this movie will be. I, as well as many others, am a huge fan of the first film and the short films that followed it. Frozen II has a different feel to it. While the first film was brimming with quirky moments, the follow up feels a little more mature in its plot and themes. This story heavily centers around the importance of change, even if that means letting go. Throughout the film, I found myself dazzled with the quality and beauty of the visuals that the animation team laid out. The story, for me, felt a little flat, however. I think the writing team missed the mark when trying to achieve the same quirkiness from the original. With the more dramatic path the writers chose to take, also came more epic musical numbers and effects. Sure there were still plenty of humorous moments, but I personally felt myself longing for more. I also find irony in the fact that this film centers around change and the overall feel of the film felt like a major shift from the first. I do think this film will still appeal to many others and I, myself, am still very excited to watch it a second time. Overall, I’d say this film found success in what it was trying to achieve and the message it was trying to send to its viewers, but couldn’t quite live up to the whimsicality of the original. While not as good as the first, it’s still a film you will want to take your family to and is a great addition to the Frozen franchise. 7/10

  • wiktor-nocek
    wiktor nocek

    Frozen II felt unsatisfying. There was lots of build up to a very short climax that felt way too easy and simple. I kept expecting another adventure which never came. The film feels short and unfinished. That said, the animation is absolutely gorgeous and I did find the film quite funny. If you go into this with low expectations I think you’ll enjoy yourself.

  • olof-edlund
    olof edlund

    Before I say anything, let me tell you that some girls were crying around my seats, so I think movie hits its demograhy.I liked the visuals of the movie, it looks amazing, better than first one. There’s lot more going on happening in the movie and it’s just 1hour 50 mins long, so a lot of arcs are very rushed and convenient. There are scenea where one character tells the other that this is what they have to do, to get something, with no explanation or reasons. There’s lot of, I mean lots of, exposition. Characters tell the stories, tell something they just know or feel and flashbacks or hallucinations kind-of stuff.But this is a movie aimed to kids, and it’s okay if the story wasn’t technically sound. But for adults, this movie might be too silly at times.About the songs, this time expectations were high, and I didn’t like a single song from movie. There were times when I felt they just ripped off their own song from previous movie, let it go. Like last time, no song connected emotiolly with the character, but they’re well performed.Kudos to animation team, voice actors, art-designers. Not so much for writers and screen play writers.

  • lourdes-de-ojeda
    lourdes de ojeda

    (This has a post-credit scene in case you’re wondering)The songs are great. Especially Kristoff’s song, an 80’s jam as Jonathan Groff would say it. Even the animation looks like an 80’s music video which I find funny. Olaf’s comedic skits are even funnier. For Into the Unknown, not as catchy as Let it Go but time will tell. The animation, the best. Elsa got even beautifuller. If you saw the water animation you would see *much* more of that. The story is bigger, questions are answered, but there are some points that look silly. The plot is predictable but personally I enjoyed it.The only thing I’m having a hard time agreeing with is the ending.