Are you familiar with this topic? That's right, it's what you think in your heart!It is the latest hit movie
I also know!I went to the cinema to see it yesterday. The film tells the story of a harsh winter spell that causes the kingdom to be permanently covered by snow and ice. Anna sets out in a team with mountaineers Christopher and his reindeer to search for her sister and save the kingdom.
What do you think of the film? Was it interesting?
I have to say Frozen 2 is a feast for all upgrades!It uses the latest technology to present the visual effect that the naked eye cannot distinguish.
Every hair, every spray and every frame can smell the smell of "burning money"!
That is great.No wonder it data such high box office, according to the cat's eye real-time box office, data from the film "snow country 2" three days to release the accumulative total box office of 371 million yuan, composite box office 130 million, sales accounted for 66%, slice of time more than 165 thousand games, row accounted for 44%, averaging 23 people, 14% attendance data class, pressure release of "you are a murderer", "touch and, once again, the top box office location.
Did you see frozen 2, too? You know there was the first one before that, and it was fantastic, right?
I know that when it was released, I went to the cinema to see him at once. Frozen is back,Which reminds me. Six years ago, the first film in the series,frozen, created the atypical Disney I infantas, Elsa and Anna, in a disruptive way. It's also wonderful.
Yes,Six years later, Elsa and Anna are back in the spotlight, with more beautiful battle dresses, more beautiful action, deeper sisterhood, more attractive male leads, and beautiful pictures that make everyone hold their breath. But six years later, audiences have tightened, and frozen 2 has seen a decline in critical acclaim at home and abroad. Frozen 2, six years in the making,still can't escape Disney's "sequel curse"
You're right, "frozen 2" only scored 7.4. I think the first movie scored 8.3.While the first film brought plenty of surprises with its unusual characters and the frozen world, in the second, Disney tries to answer some of the mysteries about the world and its characters.From the beginning of another crisis, Elsa feels the call of the unknown from afar. Mysterious natural forces make her uneasy and bring chaos to the country. The main character has to travel north to the enchanted forest where he begins to face stories about another race, political
battles and historical lies.
But it's still worth noting that beyond the crystal clear world of ice and snow, the film brings something more complicated and heavy, and the "unpleasantly happy family" comment doesn't quite sum it up. Aside from the spectacular special effects and teases, it's possible to revisit the film in an adult way, with some disappointments, some reflections, some social retrospections, and some deeper positive emotions.
While it's possible to read the movie a little more deeply and richly, I have to admit that frozen 2 doesn't have the kind of surprise and touch that we had in the first movie. Many have criticized the second volume as too smooth and in its plot, and "frozen" has become, in a way, a conformist.This isn't a unique dilemma for frozen 2. In fact, Disney series rarely surpass their previous.
This isn't a unique dilemma for frozen 2. In fact, Disney sequels rarely surpass their predecessors. Mulan 2 and the little mermaid 2 were excluded from the princess series by fans, while maleficent 2 was mocked as a "five-minute, two-hour slumber". The continuation of a widly recognized classic is itself a difficult creation, especially in the case of frozen 2
Six years later, when more and more roles of independent women and anti-traditional fairy tale narration are accepted by us, it is hard to feel great freshness to the independent and strong image of Elsa and Anna. We're starting to hope for more radical change, and there are even calls for Disney to make Elsa's sexuality as "obvious" as they'd like in frozen 2.
yes.But that kind of sustained disruption is not what Disney wants. Its goal in the sequel is to turn the introduction into a complete story, making the world built in part I more plausible. Obviously, explaining a world is a lot more boring than creating a new one, and it's also a lot less interesting in people's eyes, which is probably why Disney prefers live-action movies to sequels.
Fortunately, Elsa in the second part is still free and sayable, and returns to the real nature. Anna is still brave and takes on the responsibility of a queen.
Some things never change, whether we rejoice in them or not.In addition, "frozen2" also added the theme that "past mistakes must be made up, but no innocent people should be hurt" and the idea that "nature will take revenge on human beings who wantonly modify nature for profit". This makes sense.