*NO SPOILERS* Buckle in 'cause this will be a long review! this movie had some high and low points. As a girl with multiple young siblings, this movie has been played on repeat tirelessly in my home. Somehow (even though it may become annoying ) it has stayed as one of my favorite movie releases of 2020. I'll list some of the reasons why this movie was so well done. The first thing that comes to mind is how it was able to bring some nostalgia to the older audience. I was only in second grade when Frozen 1 came out and still have seeing it in theaters as one of my favorite memories. Sadly, over the years the movie became sort of a joke. Most children found Let It Go cringy and never gave it a second thought, where as in Frozen 2, they brought our favorite characters to a new light. There was a lot more backstory for Elsa and her parents, while still recognizing the struggle Anna has went through. On the side a sweet love story for Kristoff and Anna, and Olaf had plenty of adventures and discovery. We were also introduced to lots of new characters, like the Northuldra tribe and the Arendelian soldiers. The one thing they didn't do as well was the music. Yes, it was beautiful music, but the lyrics were to wordy and not as memorable. A simple example is that most people couldn't even remember the song title, let alone the lyrics themselves. But if you asked them the lyrics to let it go? they could belt it out right there! Writing music can be a double edged sword, but with all the time and effort the designers put into this movie they still could have done better. With all that put aside, it was still a wonderful movie and I encourage all of my readers to watch it. Five stars!