Known by children (and their parents) all over the world, in this sequel of the 2013 “Frozen”, Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven embark on a journey far from Arendelle. They have to answer an extraordinary call, heard by Elsa. A call that, if followed, may give an answer to the question what is going on in their own lands. At the same time, the ultimate purpose of this expedition is to discover the origin of Elsa’s magical powers and hopefully save their beautiful kingdom. Going through number of extraordinary, perilous challenges, our friends learn how important it is to have someone you can count on. Someone, who believes in you and who is there for you in fire and in ice.
" It’s no secret that there have been huge expectations to the animated movie ‘Frozen 2’, but most people probably didn’t think, that it was going to break records. On the 25th of December, when the movie premiered in Danish cinemas 70.911 people bought a ticket to go see the sequel. This means that ‘Frozen 2’ have not only had the biggest opening day in Denmark in 2019 in front of ‘Avengers Endgame’, but also that ‘Frozen 2’ have just had the best opening day in Denmark for an animated movie ever. "
" The holidays are the perfect time for a trip to the cinema, and right now there is a ton of great movies for both children and adults in the Danish cinemas. If the youngest are coming there are especially two obvious choices ’F for får 2: Fårmageddon’ and ’Frozen 2’. Both movies emanate from great successes, which have captured both young and old. If you are looking for a little more action there is ’Jumanji: The Next Level’ or ’Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’. Both movies are stuffed with great actors and amazing special effects, so even the laziest teenager will get moving. Last but not least there is also a little something for the film buffs. The South Korean Cannes winner ‘Parasite’ has just premiered in Danish cinemas, and is definitely worth the trip. "