Frozen II

Maya Daniels, J1 Staff Writer

While some are still traumatized from the overplayed showstopper that is “Let it Go,” Frozen 2 takes the franchise to a new level and engages viewers both old and new. 

Unlike the first movie, Frozen 2 doesn’t have a real villain, instead focusing on finding yourself, dealing with change, and righting wrongs.  As Elsa searches for answers to the question everyone has been asking, “Why does she have powers?”, Anna comes into her own as she and her sister venture into the uncharted enchanted forest that lies beyond Arendelle. 

Frozen 2 is targeted for a younger audience, yet with an 80’s rock ballad and mature plot concepts, appeals to all ages,allowing viewers to make a connection with the characters’ very relatable internal conflict. 

With exceptional music, including Elsa’s new hit “Into the Unknown,” songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez showcased her previous Broadway experience creating big but complex musical numbers. Check out Frozen 2 today to join the sisters as they navigate new challenges, make new friends, and journey into the unknown.