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Frozen II 2019 123movies

Frozen II 2019 123movies

The past is not what it seems.Nov. 20, 2019103 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Having harnessed her ever-growing power after lifting the dreadful curse of the eternal winter in Frozen (2013), the beautiful conjurer of snow and ice, Queen Elsa, now rules the peaceful kingdom of Arendelle, enjoying a happy life with her sister, Princess Anna. However, a melodious voice that only Elsa can hear keeps her awake, inviting her to the mystical enchanted forest that the sisters’ father told them about a long time ago. Now, unable to block the thrilling call of the secret siren, Elsa, along with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven summons up the courage to follow the voice into the unknown, intent on finding answers in the perpetually misty realm in the woods. More and more, an inexplicable imbalance is hurting not only her kingdom but also the neighboring tribe of Northuldra. Can Queen Elsa put her legendary magical skills to good use to restore peace and stability?
Plot: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf head far into the forest to learn the truth about an ancient mystery of their kingdom.
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As you should know by now, I enjoyed Frozen more than I expected. Therefore, I was genuinely excited about its six-year sequel. It’s one of the few movies in 2019 to which I went in 99% blind. I didn’t watch a single trailer, I barely saw any images or small clips, and I didn’t know anything about where the story was going. So, with my expectations moderately high, how did it perform? Very, very well. I’m going to write it straight away: I enjoy this sequel more than the original. For one simple reason: it possesses a more emotionally complex narrative, one which I think the target audience (basically kids) won’t even fully understand.

It’s really hard to create an animated flick with a story that works for both adults and children. The best of the best are the ones that are able to almost tell two different narratives: one simpler for kids with basic life lessons, and another for adults with more profound themes. Frozen II doesn’t reach this last level, but its layered screenplay allows for an exploration of Elsa’s powers that I genuinely didn’t expect. However, there’s an evident downside to the extreme focus on Elsa’s journey… The other characters are put aside with irrelevant subplots that only stretch the runtime a bit too much, and unfortunately, reach a certain point where out-of-character actions occur.

There’s even a period of time where a particular character simply vanishes from the story because Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck couldn’t figure out what to do with it during the last act. Despite the subplots not being impactful or not being able to further develop its characters, I can’t deny some sequences are entertaining and funny as hell. Olaf is the absolute MVP of the film, and just like in the original, he doesn’t exactly have an arc. Nevertheless, he has one of the most hilarious sequences of the year. I cried from so much laughter. His song and a couple of scenes where Josh Gad goes all out are some of the funniest of the whole movie.

The voice cast is once again perfect. Anna, Kristoff, and Sven are sort of along for the ride, with the trio only doing something useful in the last 15-20 minutes. Elsa is the real star of the show. From the opening shot to the last, it’s all about her, and her powers’ origin. It might get too convoluted for kids, but despite a few minor missteps, it’s an extremely well-developed screenplay. With a remarkable build-up and some truly amazing songs, Elsa goes through several action moments where she showcases all that her magic can do. And it’s visually mind-blowing. Like in the first film, the animation quality is extraordinary.

They really put 200% effort into Elsa’s magic sequences. From her running against a tide of waves to fighting against the four elements (water, fire, earth, and air), there are imaginative and incredibly entertaining scenes, which give the movie a level of entertainment superior to its predecessor. Put this together with the wonderful, powerful score, and you get a pretty epic film, scale-wise. I mean, Into the Unknown is not going to reach Let It Go’s level of worldwide craziness, but it’s a phenomenal song. It’s even better hearing it while watching the actual scene play out. Both this one and Show Yourself have a build-up worthy of sending chills down your spine.

All Is Found is also a memorable lullaby that a lot of parents are going to sing for their kids. When I Am Older is Olaf’s hilarious musical moment that left me laughing throughout its entire run. I love Frozen II’s score, more than the original’s. That’s something I genuinely wasn’t expecting at all. Looking back, I now think the first installment doesn’t even have enough significant songs. This sequel has tons of songs that are either extremely important for the characters or funny parodies. All are very captivating, catchy, and emotionally resonant. My advice: please, don’t listen to the soundtrack before watching the movie. Not only the titles and lyrics offer plot spoilers, but they ruin that “first experience” feeling. I got chills during a couple of them precisely because I watched besides only hearing them.

All in all, Frozen II compensates the six-year wait with a follow-up worthy of standing up to its original, which in my opinion, surpasses it. With an emotionally complex narrative, Elsa’s powers are explored and developed in a captivating, creative, fun, and entertaining way. Disney really put their best animators on this because the quality of animation has never been as visually impressive as this. It really feels like a magical film. Elsa’s magic demonstration plus the powerful, chill-inducing original score are two aspects that together provide some truly epic moments. However, Olaf is the MVP with a lot more screentime than in the original, and with a couple of the most hilarious scenes of the year. It’s a shame that the focus on Elsa’s arc pushed every other character aside, making them feel useless and with no exciting or impactful subplot. Runtime feels a bit stretched due to their side adventures, and exposition is pretty heavy throughout the entire duration. In the end, it’s still a contender for Best Animated Feature Film of 2019.

Rating: B+

Review By: msbreviews Rating: 8 Date: 2019-11-26
Away from the ‘Toy Story’ franchise – Disney’s greatest sequel to date? I believe so.

‘Frozen II’ is quality. I’d argue ‘Frozen’ is the better film, but this 2019 production is terrific. It isn’t as funny (though still has its moments) as it is a more darker, deeper story. Considering this premise only really exists in this film, it is impressive how well it comes out and pays off. The score is improved, though the musical numbers aren’t quite as memorable as 2013’s.

All the cast reprise their original roles and are again very good; props to Idina Menzel (Elsa) and Kristen Bell (Anna). Josh Gad remains very amusing as Olaf, there’s one recap scene in particular that stands out.

Entertaining, once more. No complaints from me.

Review By: r96sk Rating: 9 Date: 2020-08-31
This story = checklist. Not art
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.

Review By: brianjohnson-20043 Rating: 7 Date: 2019-11-22
Didn’t leave me frozen
Although it gets a lot of hate on the internet, a large part of it being because of its popularity, to me the first ‘Frozen’ (apart from the rushed end and one out of place song, “Fizer Upper”) is a great film and one of Disney’s best in recent years. It is so beautifully animated, has two great lead characters with a heartfelt bond between them and the songs are wonderful, especially “For the First Time in Forever”, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” and “Let It Go”.

So hopes were very high for this long-awaited sequel, which looked great from the advertising and the good word of mouth further sparked interest. Am somebody that never shows any bias or intended at least bias towards sequels, despite their reputations. Watching ‘Frozen 2’, it is one of not many sequels in existence to be very nearly as good as its predecessor. Not quite as good, to me the first is a little bit better, but compares favourably in comparison to a lot of films released in the latter part of this year.

‘Frozen 2’ isn’t perfect. The ending for my tastes was a little rushed and anti-climactic.

To me as well, it did take time to warm up. It was with “Into the Unknown” when the film got going, some might even say broke the ice.

However, the animation is fantastic. For me, the best-looking of the animated films released this year. Not just the meticulous attention to background and character detail and rich colours, but in particular those jaw-droppingly gorgeous landscapes. The songs are not quite “Let It Go”, but are still the very meaning of razzle dazzle in a good way. “Into the Unknown” and “Show Yourself”, both of which leave a vast emotional impact, are the best, though “Lost in the Woods” is also pretty entertaining. Writing is pitched perfectly, the dramatic moments are genuinely touching like in the first 10 minutes and the humorous moments very sharply written and smart.

Plus, Anna and Elsa are such great, relatable characters and their relationship once again provides a lot of heart. Have never had a problem with Olaf, Sven is adorable and Iduna is a compelling addition. The story is not perfect in the pace and it is simple, but on the most part it’s very absorbing, it’s just as fun and heartfelt as that for the first film. It also stands out for its darker tone and deeper themes that don’t feel too much of a shift. All the original voice actors are back on board and all do fine jobs and display powerhouse vocals once more, especially Idina Menzel, who continues to bring so much heart and soul into Elsa, and Evan Rachel Wood likewise as Iduna.

Concluding, very well done sequel to a great first film. 8/10

Review By: TheLittleSongbird Rating: 8 Date: 2019-12-06

Other Information:

Original Title Frozen II
Release Date 2019-11-20
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 43 min (103 min)
Budget 150000000
Revenue 1450026933
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Writer Jennifer Lee, Hans Christian Andersen, Chris Buck
Actors Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 17 wins & 90 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Atmos, DTS (DTS: X), Auro 11.1, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital 3-D (2K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format D-Cinema, Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP)

Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Frozen II 2019 123movies
Original title Frozen II
TMDb Rating 7.3 7,694 votes

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