It’s hard to believe that it’s a little over six years since the original “Frozen” burst onto the scene. While Disney was starting to find their footing again with “Tangled” and “The Princess and the Frog” following a string of misses from the late nineties and most of the first decade of this century, “Frozen” was the film that sealed the deal, making over a billion dollars at the box office, and becoming a licence to print money with toys, merchandise, and it’s soundtrack which spawned the Oscar winning song “Let It Go”.
In their defence, Disney chose not to rush a sequel and instead have taken their time in crafting a follow up that was going to stand up to the legacy of the original movie. As with “Toy Story 4” from a couple of months ago, I haven’t seen this film as at the time of writing, but luckily my 8 year old daughter Lilliana has, and she was more than happy to take the time from her busy schedule to sit down with me and answer some questions I have about the film.
So, Lilliana, what did you think of “Frozen II”?
“It was excellent! I really liked the fact that Elsa has more powers because she couldn’t really control them properly in the first movie, and I like the way the things in the movie happen in Autumn, because we’ve already seen what Winter and Summer look like in Arendelle in the first movie.
Who is your favourite character this time around?
It’s still Olaf. He’s really funny again, and I think his new song is great because it’s longer that the song from the first film and it has more of a story to it.
Are any of the old songs in it?
There’s a little bit of “Reindeers are Better than People” from the first movie, but all the rest of the songs are brand new and they’re as good as the ones from the first “Frozen”. My favourite is “Into the Unkown”.
What about new characters?
Well there are some people in it that have bigger parts to the story than they had in the first movie but I don’t want to say too much because I don’t want to spoil anything. You’ll have to watch for yourself to find out!
So, the most important question: is it as good as the first one?
It definitely is and I think it might be just a bit better. I liked the songs more and I thought the story was more interesting.
There you have it. You can find out all the secrets of the film, and decide yourself if it’s as good as the original on the 27/3/2020 when the film is released (on DVD, Blu Ray, 4K UHD and 3D) at Golden Discs stores nationwide, or by ordering online.
These are the honest and inspirational words of our youngest (and prettiest) ever blogger; Lilliana, and her assistant Kevin Dillon. Thank you so much Liliana!
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