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Jumanji: The Next Level has an incredibly funny and warm story. With the fantastic cast that charmed one before, this third stallement has enough heart to make it a movie, full of hilarous moments, that should eventually become a family classic.
If you were a little kid when Frozen came out, this sequel will have a special place close to your heart. Being honest, you cannot compare the two movies, given to the fact that they couldn't be any more different: while the first installment is Disney at its finest, in other words, a beautiful, easy-to-understand film full of catchy songs, Frozen II surpasses its predecessor when one talks about deepness and complexity, which are shown through a fantastic story-telling style that lets you see the characters in a so much more intimate way, letting you see their growth and even feel part of their personal arc.
Frozen II will remind you that even when we don't want things to change, life eventually will and it's OK to be scared, we only must live one step at a time. And if that's not the most beautiful message from this mind-blowing franchise, I don't know what is.
I've ever seen anything like it, which meant it could have been terribly bad or incredibly good. It was terrific, in a good way.
Massive stages, huge productions, incredible vocals but overall pure-light-hearted feelings, Taylor proves to everyone why she's one of the greatest artist, as a songwriter as well as a performer.
A funny and touching story. However, the lack of the original members of the gang confirms you that this should have been a cute 30 minutes short.