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Lego Frozen Northern Lights

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Humor, character reunion overshadows so-so story for fans.

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Lego works its now-familiar magic on these fan-favorite characters, adding block-inspired humor to the many movie throwbacks that maintain interest through a fairly mundane storyline. On the heels of Frozen's inspiring journey of self-awareness and a compelling sibling relationship, Lego Frozen Northern Lights is overly simplistic and at times feels more like a means to refreshing famous lines ("let it go," "the first time in forever," and "the cold never bothered me anyway" are cleverly placed in the dialogue) than a stand-alone hit. On the upside, the involvement of the original voice cast is a big plus.

That said, fans -- especially young ones -- will want to watch, and Lego Frozen Northern Lights will entertain them with many Olaf mishaps (made all the funnier now that he's made of blocks and a removable carrot nose) and some funny block humor. And though the plot languishes in spots, cameos from many of the movie's supporting characters help keep viewers' interest until the end.

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