By Kelly Barreto
I recently saw Frozen 2 and I enjoyed watching the movie. Disney made this movie based on two sisters, one with magical powers and the other without powers. The sisters are also joined by their friends Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven. Long story short, the sisters and the friends undertake another dangerous journey to an enchanted forest, hoping to find what has been calling out for Queen Elsa.
Behind the characters of the movie are the amazing actors who truly make the movie come alive. First, Idina Menzel gives an excellent performance, truly making the musical part of the movie great. Kristen Bell, the sister who made sisterhood realistic, adds a lot of emotions and also makes the musical part magnificent. She has a beautiful voice. Jonathan Groff was much funnier in Frozen 2 than the first movie. He played a bigger role and I enjoyed his character more in the second film. The cast made the movie fantastic. I couldn’t imagine any other actors playing these roles. One of the best things about this movie is it’s so relatable. It had a lot of emotions, family, action, and most importantly, love.
Even though it was a kids movie, the director really knew how to catch the attention of parents and teenagers. Regardless of the situation the sisters went through, they always stayed together, and the movie taught family can come in any shape or form. I believe the writers of this movie really wanted to give that strong message of sisterhood and, most importantly, family. Throughout the movie, the sisters and the friends went through a lot to save their home. I really enjoyed the adventure and the emotional parts of Frozen 2.
Overall, this was a great movie with a mix of laughter and love between the sisters and friends. If you’re looking for a movie to make you laugh, where you can sing along to it and even make you tear up, then this movie is for you.
Students in Laura Mahler’s Creative Writing class at Clarkston High School wrote reviews of local restaurants, music, movies, etc., and requested publication in their hometown newspaper.