Hilarious, heart wrenching, beautiful
This was one of the most surprising, interesting, and fun movies I have ever seen. The rare sequel that's better than the first. The songs weren't quite as memorable as the first, but they were pretty good. Everyone seems to think "Into the unknown" is the best song in this movie, but I have to disagree. It's dramatic and shows of Idina Menzel's voice, but it's too short and it didn't seem to have a clear, memorable, catchy tune like Let it Go did. Honestly, the best song was "Show yourself". It was one of the most incredible disney songs I have ever heard. Way better than Let it go. Another thing I loved was how much funnier this movie was than the first. The jokes are perfectly timed, and are geared more towards the older kids, teens, and adults in the theatre, making this an enjoyable movie for all audiences. Olaf is hilarious and wonderful. SPOILERS AHEAD
When Olaf "died", I was sure he would stay dead. It was such a sad moment and so sweet how Anna stayed with him. Olaf stayed dead much longer than Elsa did, leading the audience to believe he isn't coming back. Elsa's temporary death is upsetting, but not as scary or dramatic as when Anna froze in the original. Hans was thankfully not in this movie, and there were no characters as disturbing as he was. Olaf making fun of the original movie was really funny, and me and my family found ourselves laughing more than we usually do in movies. Kristoff finally proposed to Anna in the end, and it was a lovely moment. One thing that no reviews so far mentioned is that in the end, Elsa decides her place is with the tribe in the forest (since she's the fifth spirit) and that Anna should become queen. They stay connected and it's lovely. NO SPOILERS ANYMORE
In all, this is an incredible movie and it is definitely not one to miss.