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No sequel is essential, but 'Frozen 2' makes the argument that, even in the fairy tale land of Disney, they can still be important.

Read review Kate Erbland
The Telegraph

For all its feints and innovations, 'Frozen 2' knows its audience inside out, and wants to ensure every last subdivision leaves feeling both seen and satisfied. That?s obviously good business. But it?s also generous, deeply charming filmmaking.

Read review Robbie Collin
Screen Daily

Full of big emotions and boisterous musical numbers, 'Frozen 2' is, like its predecessor, a film designed to bowl you over ? a mission it accomplishes, even if the brazen overkill can be exhausting at times.

Read review Tim Grierson
Los Angeles Times

Like the first film, Frozen II is less a triumph of storytelling than of packaging. It bundles together a bunch of familiar, likable characters and a fresh list of bright, catchy songs, expertly written (by the returning duo of Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez) with an ear toward the Broadway showtunes they will one day inevitably become.

Read review Justin Chang
The Hollywood Reporter

'Frozen 2' has everything you would expect ? catchy new songs, more time with easy-to-like characters, striking backdrops, cute little jokes, a voyage of discovery plot and female empowerment galore ? except the unexpected.

Read review Todd McCarthy
Screen Crush

Even with Frozen II?s problems, the ending affected me. Because some things do change. Even if they always remain Frozen.

Read review Matt Singer

A more mature film that deals with notions of maturity, for an audience that has itself grown up in the six years since the previous outing.

Read review Ben Travis
The Wrap

There?s a lot to like here [...], but in the final tally, this is a sequel that exists not because there was more story to be told but because there was more money to be made.

Read review Alonso Duralde

This gorgeous, glittering reunion of siblings Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) proudly flaunts its own identity, even while taking care to incorporate so much of what worked about the original

Read review Peter Debruge
USA Today

If you were holding out hope that Frozen 2 could equal or surpass the original phenomenon, it?s time to let it go.

Read review Brian Truitt
The Guardian

It?s nice to see these figures again, but I couldn?t help feeling that there is something a bit underpowered and contrived about the storyline in 'Frozen 2'.

Read review Peter Bradshaw
Vanity Fair

In that striving to justify a sequel, the 'Frozen' team is forced to go bigger, grander, more existential, while still keeping things accessible to children. That?s a really tough balancing act, one 'Frozen 2' can?t manage.

Read review Richard Lawson