Dagli Stati Uniti giungono le prime reazioni della stampa su Frozen 2, e sono decisamente entusiaste.
Leggendo questi commenti, è interessante notare che la gran parte di essi descriva il sequel come “più maturo” e “cupo” del suo predecessore, quindi capace di adattarsi alla crescita anagrafica dei fan (il primo film è uscito sei anni fa). Alcuni lo definiscono addirittura “perfetto”, elogiando le nuove canzoni – tutti i personaggi principali avranno il proprio brano, Kristoff compreso – e le scene mozzafiato. C’è spazio anche per una reazione più fredda, secondo cui il film è buono, ma non al livello del primo, e manca di coraggio.
Potrete leggere i tweet qui di seguito, ma prima vi ricordo che Frozen 2 – Il segreto di Arendelle uscirà il prossimo 27 novembre nelle sale italiane.
Loved #Frozen2. It’s a darker, more complex and more emotionally mature story, continuing everything you love about the first movie and upping the ante while maintaining the intimacy of the original. Gorgeous animation, wonderful new characters and (FINALLY) a Kristoff song! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/ZB7Dyul6Ia
— Drew Taylor (@DrewTailored) November 8, 2019
#Frozen2 is breathtakingly beautiful and leans in on empowerment for its characters. I cried at least 3 times. From the story to the last thread on Elsa's dress, the care and love put into it shows. And, good news, every one of Team Elsa gets at least one solo this time around.
— Alisha Grauso (@AlishaGrauso) November 8, 2019
I can’t believe I am saying this, but FROZEN 2 is better than its predecessor. Darker, a little more mature, but still an excellent film for families, the songs believe it or not are catchier, so parents beware. SEE THIS MOVIE! #Frozen2 pic.twitter.com/0RLKpckHWS
— Skyler Shuler (@Skylerhxc) November 8, 2019
I’m SOOO emo! #Frozen2 was PERFECT!!! I LITERALLY went thru every emotion possible in this film!!! Oh man! I’m going to be seeing this movie so many times!!!! @DisneyFrozen ?❄️?❄️?❄️? pic.twitter.com/odi2LX6dp8
— Patrick Dougall (@PatrickADougall) November 8, 2019
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! FROZEN 2 IS ACTUALLY THE PERFECT SEQUEL! The magic, the depth, the healing from the TRAUMA! I couldn’t name a better Disney Sequel. You shouldn’t walk to see #Frozen2, YOU SHOULD RUN! Bravo, Disney. Thanks for making me UGLY cry in theaters. ?✨?❄️? pic.twitter.com/AyOxSv5qDH
— ✨Francis Dominic✨ (@frncissdominc) November 8, 2019
#Frozen2 embarks as not just an evolution of its characters, but it sincerely acknowledges that it's fanbase has grown over the last 6 years, and they have new things to learn in a changing world. Songs are plentiful. Beautiful shots at times. It was something I REALLY needed. pic.twitter.com/NMKEKvyLg0
— Clayton Davis (@AwardsCircuit) November 8, 2019
#Frozen2 is a worthy sequel. Inspiring story. Elsa rides a water horse and it’s breathtaking. The song “Into the Unknown” is primed to be “Let It Go”-like addictive (sorry parents). And there’s even an ‘80s ballad… sung my Weezer in the end credits! Get ready!!! pic.twitter.com/0ZCol85OjR
— Jason Guerrasio (@JasonGuerrasio) November 8, 2019
I really, really liked FROZEN II. A movie that doesn’t even try to have a traditional villain, but instead explores the fears of people, groups you haven’t met yet. And what happens when you learn your own tragic truth.
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) November 8, 2019
#Frozen2 is the rare sequel that surpasses the original. The scope is twice as staggering, the action twice as thrilling, the autocannibalism sequences twice as harrowing, the songs twice as catchy. Didn't think I needed a sequel to FROZEN, but turns out I was very, very wrong.
— Cahiers du cinéma (@benmekler) November 8, 2019
#Frozen2 is good, of not as good as the first. It looks great and has delightful banter, but the story feels like "dark sequel" Mad Libs (without the courage of its convictions). With two exceptions, the songs aren't very good, playing as redundant "explain my motivation" tunes. pic.twitter.com/4cGa8wpKGH
— Scott Mendelson (@ScottMendelson) November 8, 2019
Nel cast vocale torneranno Idina Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) e Josh Gad (Olaf); a loro si aggiungeranno Evan Rachel Wood (la madre delle protagoniste) e Sterling K. Brown.