Frozen II, is the sequel to the smash-hit original, Frozen. It’s the film where we got the infectious track, “Let It Go.” You know the song, the one that kids have been singing for years — and years. In the sequel, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa’s powers in order to save their kingdom.
The sequel is jam-packed with several new songs that were a fun change of pace from the original. The highlight was definitely Kristoff’s “Lost in the Woods,” an 80s hair band ballad. I’d go so far as to call it one of the greatest moments in animated movie history. The song was brilliantly written and the sequence that followed during the song was truly remarkable. (Full disclosure: It’s been on repeat since I saw the movie.)
Seeing this film in 4DX in this film was a unique experience and the kids really loved it. They were fully engaged as our seats navigated us through the woods and as the snow fell from the ceiling. It was a blast from start to finish. The 4DX was perfect as adults and children alike felt engulfed in the elements.
Frozen II is one of the year’s best animated movies packed with original songs that not just kids but adults will love as well.
Nashville Noise has seen several films in 4DX and this one utilized it to perfection. Frozen II is in theaters now. If you’re in Nashville, you can check it out in 4DX at Regal Opry Mills. Find movie times here.
Ricky Valero is a co-host of the Music City Drive-In Podcast. You can listen to that podcast here.