Frozen 2

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  1. Ellie

    Ellie Super talented triple threat

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    I don't think so.

    Anyway, Into The Unknown isn't really Elsa's big song, as that seems to be "Show Yourself"
     
  2. SDF

    SDF The Wait is Over

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    I think Show Yourself sounds like the bigger number.
     
  3. dUb

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    Found this very disappointing. Really boring story and it's far too dependent on referencing moments from the first film to feel like its own entity.

    Songs are good though, especially Show Yourself and Kristoff's number.
     
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    I only made it through half an hour of the first one before I bailed.
     
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    Don’t let Diddy see this.
     
  6. Diddy

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    I enjoyed this

    oops! I didn’t know I couldn’t talk about liking things in Moopy *ice door slam*
    What was I thinking?

    Not as good as the first one, I agree that it tried too much to reference the first one. More Easter parade than Easter eggs.

    hate Olaf still, conscious that his comic relief was still not good, he was just a walking unstoppable exposition machine.

    but the message was good for me at this point in my life, just like the first movie. Looked great, the songs were mostly strong (mostly)

    wtf about that Michael Bolton knowing wink power ballad though, I wasn’t sure if I was watching Shrek or a hilarious advert for Ginsters Pasties or something

    Anyway good stuff
     
  7. Diddy

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    Oh as Arendelle got a black guy, and he found a black woman to marry thank goodness. I presume Frozen was criticised for being too white and they tried to work it out, but that was the ending?
     
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    I liked it as well, but I found the plot a bit confusing? I had to leave twice during the movie due to coughing fits and thought I had missed a plot point or two, but when I asked my friends they were also struggling to retell the story. It looked spectacular and I enjoyed seeing the characters again though. I welled up a bit at the end, but that might have been the effects of a disastrous November...
     
  9. Diddy

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    :D preach! I am a little delicate these days, it doesn’t much to set me off these days, least of all gay liberation Elsa.

    I guess the plot can be summarised as follows:
    Elsa gets called to sort out the cursed forest by... herself? Her mother? Oh god :D
    And Olaf learned how to read so he found out that water has a memory(..), a fact without which none of the future plot exposition could’ve happened
     
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    Sounds GRIPPING!
     
  11. Christian

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    It sounds shit. But so was the original so I don't hold out hope for this.

    Sorry @Diddy :(
     
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    Don’t see it then! :D cripes

    why are you apologising? I didn’t make it
     
  13. Christian

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    Let it go! :D
     
  14. Diddy

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    I took your post to mean you’re still going to see it, is that not right?
     
  15. Christian

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    I'm taking my niece to see it. It's a double bill with CATS :D
     
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    At least that’s under sufferance, not voluntary :D I’ll let you off. The film is decent enough, not golden Disney by any stretch
     
  17. Christian

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    Speaking of which, I'm going to finish that Disney thread this week!
     
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    I do love "Into The Unknown" though. Idina belting her voice out gets me every time :disco:
     
  19. Diddy

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    Its a very Idina song, it’s hard to imagine it being written for anyone, it’s a weird chorus for a Disney song though, not as obviously catchy as Let it go anyway.

    I actually liked the cover at the end, wondering if it was Adam Lambert, but Panic at the disco, I was surprised
     
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    They obviously wrote it with her in mind. They're very good song writers but I don't think they quite hit the mark with the score for this. Maybe the pressure was too much.
     
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    Honking musical theatre queens are my favourite :D

    I saw her live recently and it was spectacular :disco:
     
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    I think maybe they were just going for a different mark than I expected
     
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    I'm sure they wanted to replicate the original. It's a franchise in and of itself and also spawned a terrible musical (coming to London in 2020!) :D
     

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