Frozen 2 to be released November 22nd, 2019

Princess Leia

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Wanted to bump this thread up. It’s been out for a month, and has made $1.16 billion at the global box office. I finally saw it with two friends tonight, and our theater was packed with families. I’ll comment in the spoiler thread later, but I thought it was fine. I prefer Moana (and the original Frozen), but it was fine.
 

brb1006

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Apologize for bumping this thread, but the Frozen 2 Documentary "Into The Unknown" just arrived on Disney+ a few days ago. And there are some very interesting behind the scenes information (especially for "Show Yourself") for this movie. Especially the first 3 episodes.
 

NateD1226

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Apologize for bumping this thread, but the Frozen 2 Documentary "Into The Unknown" just arrived on Disney+ a few days ago. And there are some very interesting behind the scenes information (especially for "Show Yourself") for this movie. Especially the first 3 episodes.
I watched it when it came out. I loved it! I was really interesting to see what people thought of all the different scenes and songs. I even saw some Raya and the Last Dragon art on the walls of the building which was cool.
 
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MisterPenguin

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Yeah, the series was very enlightening.

The rigorous group evaluations they go through is the Pixar mode that Lasseter brought to Disney Animation.

Now, if they could only do that to Disney Studios (live action), too. If they did Artemis Fowl wouldn't have seen the light of day in its present form.
 

brb1006

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I watched it when it came out. I loved it! I was really interesting to see what people thought of all the different scenes and songs. I even saw some Raya and the Lost Dragon art on the walls of the building which was cool.
I thought the film was called Raya and the Last Dragon.
 

NateD1226

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Now, if they could only do that to Disney Studios (live action), too. If they did Artemis Fowl wouldn't have seen the light of day in its present form.
This!

I am really hoping that they can pull off these next few live action movies. Mulan got great reviews before covid, and Cruella, The Little Mermaid, and Peter Pan & Wendy sound promising.
 

brb1006

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Just got finished watching the Disney+ Documentary series tonight. That was a very good watch, you get to hear some songs that were cut from the film.
 

Fox&Hound

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Very interesting how much they struggled with "does this story make sense? who is calling to Elsa?" as a lot of people struggled to understand this movie. BEAUTIFUL animation but it was so convoluted by the end that many left the theatre saying "ummmm what just happened?" I think they knew the story was confusing but I admire the steps they take to try to right the ship.
 
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