(2019) (voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell) (PG)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Musical: A magical queen and her princess sister travel into a secluded enchanted forest in hopes of solving a current situation endangering their kingdom as well as solving the mystery of what happened to their late parents years ago.
- Following the events of the previous film, sisters Elsa (voice of IDINA MENZEL) and Anna (voice of KRISTEN BELL) are closer than ever, what with the reason for their previously strained relationship -- Elsa's hidden-away magical powers of being able to control ice and snow -- now out in the open and resolved.
But things aren't completely settled for Queen Elsa who keeps hearing a far-off, siren-like call seemingly intended for her. Anna doesn't hear it, nor does her boyfriend, former ice harvester Kristoff (voice of JONATHAN GROFF) who's trying to get up the courage to ask for her hand in matrimony but keeps bumbling every attempt, much to the dismay of his trusty, non-verbal reindeer, Sven. And sentient snowman Olaf (voice of JOSH GAD) continues to be, well, just happy and goofy old Olaf.
When increasing winds and the undulating ground force everyone to flee the kingdom of Arendelle, Elsa decides she must enter an enchanted forest her late father told her about back when she and Anna were just children. She, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf ends up at the mist-enveloped forest where no one has entered or left for decades.
That's due to the air, fire, water and earth spirits that reside there and which weren't pleased with the sisters' grandfather and his military men, including Lieutenant Destin Mattias (voice of STERLING K. BROWN), who ended up battling the magical Northuldra people who lived there.
While contending with those trapped inside -- including a number of supernatural beings and monsters -- Elsa and Anna try to find the solution to save their kingdom and figure out what happened to their late parents years ago, the answer of which might lie in the mythical land of Ahtohallan.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- A lot of them will, especially if they're fans of the first "Frozen" movie.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG
- For action/peril and some thematic elements.
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