Twitter is full of praises for the songs, and visuals which have been shown in the Sequel of Disney blockbuster Frozen. Read on to know how viewers are praising Frozen 2.
The early praise on twitter
The Sequel of the Disney blockbuster movie Frozen is all set to break all the records of theatres on 22nd November 2019. But people are already started praising and appreciating the launched songs and incredible visual impressions on the screen. Because it is already premiered in Los Angeles, which means people who got the chance to watch the movie first have weighed in their thoughts.
And as usual, some people praised, and some of them criticized. Few praised its beautiful heart touching songs and provided thumbs up for the incredible visuals shown in the movie. And many of them even claimed that the story wasn’t up to the mark as the first part while others appreciated the story as well.
Filmmaker, Peter Del Vecho, also revealed that there are some new faces the audience will witness.
The audience and many celebs shared their reviews about the fantastic Sequel on Twitter.
#Frozen2 seems to exist primarily bc box office for Frozen 1 demanded a sequel, but there’s still plenty to love here: eye-popping fantasy sequences, nice moments for your faves, LOTS of new songs incl the earworm-y “Into the Unknown,” and an unbearably cute new critter pic.twitter.com/PHg80bc1Bp
— Angie J. Han (@ajhan) 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
Frozen 2 creates musical magic, but story wise, doesn’t quite reach the level of the original. Olaf is certainly the highlight of the film & brings much needed levity to a pretty dark film. It feels like it is for a much older crowd than the target demo. #frozen2 #Frozen pic.twitter.com/ba5YTOpP76
— Ashley Menzel (@AshleyGMenzel) November 8, 2019