In a struggle between water rights and discovering her identity, Frozen 2 lives up to par
The movie which follows an earlier sequel turns out to be more political than its earlier counterpart, directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck. The musical section is actually cool, sung by our star Elsa, into the unknown has more ambition than let it go.
Elsa is more or less notably political
Elsa (Idina Menzel) is living the quiet curious life of the distressed until one night a voice comes beckoning leaving her with questions such as where could this voice be from? does it have something to do with her past? and trusting Elsa’s adventurous nature she embarks on a mission of self-discovery. Also if you were hoping Disney was finally hooking Elsa up, you would be disappointed, it’s a no show
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Anna’s sisterly bond is also tested as she has to watch Elsa face her conflicting history that led to her ice powers, frozen 2 is really just a quest to find out about her past and well, there’s the water problem with the village which she fixes and then rides off into a very shiny sunset on a water horse.