Dashran Yohan and Patrick Lim review Frozen 2, the highly anticipated sequel to a celebrated Disney animated musical. In the podcast, they discuss the highs and lows of the film and whether or not it’s better than Frozen 1.
Frozen 2 synopsis:
There was once an Enchanted Forest a slight distance away from Arendelle. In it lived tribesmen who could hone the powers of the four elements — earth, water, fire and wind. They were people of magic. As a gift and a symbol of harmony, the king of Arendelle, Elsa’s grandfather, built a dam for them. But one day, a massive fight broke out between Arendellians and the tribespeople. We don’t know who started it and neither does Agnarr, who at the time was distracted by a beautiful young tribes girl.
The forest, enraged, traps everybody in it and seals itself with a cloudy forcefield. Agnarr would’ve gotten trapped too, if it wasn’t for a mysterious person who saved him in the nick of time. In the present, Elsa is prepping to be the queen of Arendelle… when she hears a cryptic angelic voice calling to her. A voice, no one else can hear. When the grounds of Arendelle starts to shake and the water begins to evaporate, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven travel to the Enchanted Forest in search of answers.
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