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Movie Info & Cast
- Kristen Bell
- Idina Menzel
- Josh Gad
- Jonathan Groff
- Sterling K. Brown
- Evan Rachel Wood
- Alfred Molina
- Martha Plimpton
- Jason Ritter
- Rachel Matthews
Did You Know?
- Fifth sequel to be in the Disney animated feature films lineup, after The Rescuers Down Under (1990), Fantasia 2000 (1999), Winnie the Pooh (2011), and Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (2018).
- The leaf shown over the title logo is a sugar maple leaf (acer saccharum), found in North America. Norway does have maple trees (acer platanoides) but the leaves look different and are only found in the South of the country, not the far North.
- Elsa: You can't just follow me into fire!
- Anna: You don't want me following you into fire? Then don't run into fire!
- Anna: Then don't run into fire!
Atom User Reviews
Really excellent sequel. Parents will appreciate a bit more story depth. Lots of great Easter eggs from original Frozen. Theatre was pretty packed with younger kids who seemed to disconnect much more quickly than my 8 year old (who loved it). Might be geared to a slightly older kids audience given the slightly more complex storyline. But Olaf makes everyone happy!
Very nice way to tie up the series first felt incomplete without this movie
An air of wistfulness imbues the proceedings, building to a resonant climax that’s hard to resist, despite some legitimate reservations about this uneven sequel.
Frozen 2 has everything you would expect — catchy new songs, more time with easy-to-like characters, striking backdrops, cute little jokes, a voyage of discovery plot and female empowerment galore — except the unexpected.
Even with Frozen II’s problems, the ending affected me. Because some things do change. Even if they always remain Frozen.