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Starring: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Evan Rachel Wood, Sterling K. Brown
OUR RATING: ★★★½
Disney’s animated musical sequel directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. Frozen II (2019) continues the adventures of Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristen Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Josh Gad), who set out on a journey far in the forest to find out the truth about an ancient mystery of their kingdom.
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Agnarr: What are you playing?
Young Anna: Enchanted Forest.
Agnarr: That’s not like no Enchanted Forest I’ve ever seen.
Young Elsa: You’ve seen an Enchanted Forest?
Young Anna: Wait, what?
Agnarr: I have, once.
Young Anna: And you’ve never told us this before?
Agnarr: Well, I could tell you now, if you like.
Young Elsa: Okay, tell us now.
Iduna: Are you sure about this?
Agnarr: It’s time they know.
Young Anna: [to Elsa] Let’s make a big snowman later.
Agnarr: Far away, as north as we can go, stood a very old, and a very Enchanted Forest. But it’s magic wasn’t that of goblin spells and lost fairies. It was protected by the most powerful spirits of all. Those in the air, of fire, of water, and earth. But it was also home to the mysterious Northuldra people.
Young Elsa: Were the Northuldra magical, like me?
Agnarr: No, Elsa. They were not magical. They just took advantage of the forest’s gifts.
Agnarr: Their ways were so different from ours. But still, they promised us riches. In honor of that, your grandfather, King Runeard, built them a mighty dam to strengthen their waters. It was a gift of peace.
Young Anna: That’s a big gift of peace.
Agnarr: And I was so honored to get to go to the forest to celebrate it. But I wasn’t prepared at all for what the day would bring. We let down our guard. We were charmed. It felt so magical. But something went wrong. They were attacking us. It was a brutal battle. Your grandfather was lost. The fighting enraged the spirits. They turned their magic against us.
Agnarr: There was this voice, and someone saved me. I’m told, the spirits then vanished, and a powerful mist covered the forest, blocking everyone out. And that night, I came home King of Arendelle.
Young Anna: Woh, papa, that was epic! Whoever saved you, I love them.
Agnarr: I wish I knew who it was.
Young Elsa: What happened to the spirits? What’s in the forest now?
Agnarr: I don’t know. The mist still stands. No one can get in, and no one has since come out.
Iduna: So we’re safe.
Agnarr: Yes. But the forest could wake again, and we must be prepared for whatever danger it may bring.
Young Elsa: Do you think the forest will wake again?
Iduna: Only Ahtohallan knows.
Young Anna: Ahto who what?
Iduna: When I was little, my mother would sing a song about a special river called Ahtohallan, that was said to hold all the answers about the past, about what we are a part of.
Young Anna: Woh!
Anna: Enjoying your new permafrost, Olaf?
Olaf: I’m just living the dream, Anna. Oh, how I’d wish this could last forever.
Olaf: And yet change mocks us with her beauty.
Anna: What’s that?
Olaf: Forgive me. Maturity is making me poetic.
Olaf: Tell me, you’re older, and thus all-knowing, do you ever worry about the notion that nothing is permanent?
Olaf: Really? Wow, I can’t wait until I’ve aged just like you, so I don’t have to worry about important things.
Anna: That’s not what I mean. I don’t worry because, well, I have you, and Elsa, and Kristoff, and Sven, and the gates are open wide, and I’m not alone anymore.
Kristoff: [playing charades] Okay, Olaf, you’re up.
Olaf: [takes the paper that Seven offers] Okay. This is so much easier now that I can read. Lightning round. Boys against girl.
Kristoff: [Sven rings the bell and Olaf starts miming] Okay, I’m ready. I’m ready. Go. Unicorn. Ice cream. Castle. Teapot. Mouse. Ooh, Elsa!
Anna: [after Kristoff guesses all of Olaf’s mimes correctly] I don’t think Olaf should get to rearrange. It doesn’t matter, this is going to be a cinch. Two sisters, one mind.
Anna: [as Elsa is in the middle of playing charades she hears a mysterious voice] Ooh, distracted. Worried? Panicking? Disturbed! Oh, come on! You definitely look disturbed!
Olaf: [after Elsa retires from their game of charades] Yeah, I’m tired too. And Sven promised to read me a bedtime story. Didn’t you, Sven?
Kristoff: [pretending to be Sven] “Did I?”
Olaf: Oh, you do the best voices. Like when you pretend to be Kristoff, and you’re like, “I just need to go to talk to some rocks about my childhood.”
Anna: Did Elsa seem weird to you?
Kristoff: She seemed like Elsa.
Anna: [as she goes to check on Elsa in her room] Yeah. Something is wrong.
Elsa: With you?
Anna: No, with you. You’re wearing mother’s scarf. You do that when something is wrong.
Anna: What is it?
Elsa: There’s this… I just don’t want to mess things up.
Anna: What things? You’re doing great. Oh, Elsa, when are you going to see yourself the way I see you?
Elsa: What would I do without you?
Anna: You’ll always have me.
Olaf: [after Elsa unintentionally awakens the elemental spirits which hits Arendelle] Oh, no! I’m going to blow!
Kristoff: [picks up Olaf] I’ve got you.
Kristoff: [after they’ve evacuated Arendelle] You okay there, Olaf?
Olaf: [we see some children putting icicles onto his mouth and head] Oh, yeah. We’re calling this “controlling what you can when things feel out of control.”
Anna: Okay, I don’t understand. You’ve been hearing a voice, and you didn’t think to tell me?
Elsa: I didn’t want to worry you.
Anna: We made a promise not to shut each other out. Just tell me what’s going on.
Elsa: I woke the magical spirits of the Enchanted Forest.
Anna: Okay, that’s definitely not what I thought you were going to say. Wait, the Enchanted Forest? The one father warned us about?
Anna: Why would you do that?
Elsa: Because of the voice.
Elsa: I know it sounds crazy, but I believe whoever is calling me is good.
Anna: How can you say that? Look at our kingdom.
Elsa: I know. It’s just that my magic can feel it. I can feel it.
Pabbie: [as the trolls show up] Oh, never a dull moment with you two. I hope you’re prepared for what you have done, Elsa. Angry magical spirits are not for the faint of heart.
Anna: Why are they still angry? What does all of this have to do with Arendelle?
Pabbie: Let me see what I can see. The past is not what it seems. A wrong demands to be righted. Arendelle is not safe. The truth must be found. Without it, I see no future.
Anna: No future?
Pabbie: When one can see no future, all one can do is the next right thing.
Elsa: The next right thing is for me to go to the Enchanted Forest and find that voice. Kristoff, can I borrow your wagon and Sven?
Kristoff: I’m not very comfortable with the idea of that.
Anna: You are not going alone.
Elsa: Anna, now I have my powers to protect me, you don’t.
Anna: Excuse me, I climbed the North Mountain, survived a frozen heart, and saved you from my ex-boyfriend. And I did it all without powers. So, you know, I’m coming.
Kristoff: Me too. I’ll drive.
Olaf: I’ll bring the snacks!
Pabbie: [referring to Elsa] Ann, I’m worried for her. We have always feared Elsa’s powers were too much for this world. Now we must pray they are enough.
Anna: I won’t let anything happen to her.
Olaf: [sharing his list of trivia] Did you know that water has memory? True fact. It’s disputed by many, but it’s true.
Olaf: Did you know men are six times more likely to be struck by lightning?
Olaf: Did you know gorillas burp when they’re happy?
Olaf: Did you know we blink four million times a day?
Olaf: Did you know wombats poop squares?