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Cert U
103 mins
BBFC advice: Contains mild threat, very mild violence, rude humour

Six years ago we watched the original Frozen on Christmas Eve afternoon and were the only adults without kids in a large auditorium
So, on Saturday evening at 8.30pm, we thought we would escape the young hordes to watch arguably the most anticipated movie of the year.
I am pleased to report that we didn't succeed.
Two young women had chaperoned seven or eight girls who, in between many toilet breaks, had a great time.
Indeed, on a couple of occasions, we were laughing at their reactions to Jennifer Lee' and Chris Buck's movie. It told us all we needed to know about whether it had hit the mark.
That's not to say we didn't enjoy the film for itself. It was fast-paced, the songs were Disney-worthy and Josh Gad's Olaf and Sven the reindeer prompted belly-laughs and chuckles.
The Frozen sequel sees Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) sensing with her special powers that there is a threat to Arendelle.
Therefore, she instructs that there should be an evacuation while she, her sister Anna (Kristen Bell), the latter's boyfriend Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Olaf the snowman and Sven go to investigate an alluring singing voice from the distance which only she can hear..
It turns out that it lures them to an enchanted forest of which her father (Alfred Molina) had spoken when she and Anna were young.
There they have to face the wrath of fire, air, water and earth as well as giants made of boulders.
Frozen is a Disney animation in the best traditions. Moral messages are to the fore but there is plenty of fun too.
But what you really want to know is what is the earworm which is going to replace Let It Go in the hearts of four-year-olds everywhere?
That would be Elsa singing Into The Woods.
If you are a parent, prepare yourself - you will be hearing over and over but I guess whatever makes your little princess or prince happy will be fine with you.
Frozen 2 will certainly do that.

Reasons to watch: It's the enchantment of Frozen!
Reasons to avoid: Cartoon princesses singing pretty songs?

Laughs: Five
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 9/10

Did you know? Anna's character is heavily influenced by Norwegian culture, while Elsa's is influenced by Icelandic culture.

The final word. Jennifer Lee: “With Elsa, we did all of these personality tests, these in-depth questionnaires, we did journaling, we did all of this, and it was saying she's just not ready for a relationship and we weren't going to force something." Refinery 29

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