The film begins with Anna and Elsa as little kids, around the ages they were when the first “Frozen” movie was released in 2013, but before Anna’s memories of Elsa’s magic were wiped. Their parents are telling them about an enchanted forest that was a place to visit, but then got hidden.
Many years go by; three years have passed since the main “Frozen” film had ended. Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, and everyone else in Arendelle is having a grand time.
But as they play charades, Elsa hears a voice and eventually follows it. Arendelle ends up in trouble. Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf go with Elsa to the enchanted forest Anna and Elsa’s parents had told them about when they were small. They meet the natives there. Then things happen.
While I enjoyed the first “Frozen,” that one was more of a 4-star film for me as it wasn’t nearly as engaging as this one. Speaking of which, there are a few moments where the events from the first movie are being revealed. One is where Olaf acts out all the main parts in a funny way.
The characters have developed and changed as well, especially Kristoff. He is far friendlier and romance-worthy than in the previous movie, where he isn’t exactly the most favorable.
There is also a song he sings about separating from Anna, called, “Lost in the Woods,” and I must admit, it sounds like a 90’s boy band song, such as one performed by N-SYNC.
That being said, the premise of the story differed a lot from the first “Frozen.” It did not give the same feeling as the previous film, so that did make me feel a little bit unhappy.
Nevertheless, the film succeeded with keeping me engaged.
There are also a lot of twists and turns, some happy and some sad. I won’t spoil anything, though.
I would rate this sequel 5 out of 5 stars.