Frozen 2 review: an ambitious, funny and grown-up sequel that’s as magical as ever – The Sun

PARENTS and Disney Princesses, you can breathe a sigh of relief – it’s great!

The pressure to replicate the $1.2billion success of Frozen must have been utterly terrifying for all concerned, but you wouldn’t know it from this confident, ambitious and funny film – which takes into account it’s original audiences being five years older but still wanting that fairytale feeling.

Anna and Elsa are living a seemingly happy existence in Arandelle.

Anna and Kristoff are deeply in love, but Elsa is troubled by a strange voice that keeps calling to her.

This calling unveils a deep-rooted magical curse held over an enchanted forest, which can only be broken with the help of…you guessed it – two sisters and a miniature snowman. The quest begins!

It feels a more grown up film, with plenty of thrilling set pieces elevating the film from it’s more sentimental moments.

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The undeniable star of the show is Olaf – Josh Gadd’s snowman is hands down the best character Disney have created since Buzz Lightyear.

He is a hilarious, scene-stealing star.

Ultimately for me, it lacked that breakout killer song (there’s nothing coming close to ‘Let it Go’) but aside from that – this is a brilliant sequel your kids will love.



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