Frozen 2- Movie Review


Tori Rath-Finkelstein

Frozen 2 was a great movie with amazing characters. The story is all about self-discovery and friendship, and the story still doesn’t feature a love interest for Elsa, making it all the more enjoyable for those of us that didn’t want some random, possibly forced, love interest to take away from her strong and independent attitude.

When I first heard about there being a second Frozen, I was skeptical. The first one didn’t live up to my original expectations, so I was worried that the second movie would fall flat as well. Luckily for me, it didn’t.

The animation quality was even better than before which I was absolutely blown away by. Then, there was the story. It actually lived up to what I expected after watching the trailers which, again, I can’t say for the first movie.

The best part by far was the symbolism and foreshadowing. The movie is set during fall, which is a season that represents change which is what the entire movie is about. Throughout the entire movie, you see the characters not only grow and change themselves, but also the world around them.

If I were to rate this movie, I would give it a 10/10 for having everything a good kids’ film needs. It’s got some good jokes that children enjoy, plus some heavy undertones to set them up for the future. If you haven’t seen it already I would definitely recommend it. The characters, scenery and actually quite incredible dialogue make it worth the watch, no matter what age you are.