The much anticipated movie is in theaters tomorrow… And if you have kids, I’m sure you’re going.
Are you going to see Frozen 2 this weekend? You might want to read this over so you kinda know what you’re getting into.
I am actually going to the movie this Saturday. My boyfriend has kids and we made plans to take them, so when I saw this article from EntertainmentWeekly.com, I clicked on it to see if there was anything I really needed to pay attention to, since I’m kinda new to this whole parenting thing.
According to an EW columnist, Lacey Vorrasi-Banis, you may want to prepare your children because this film is a little darker and heavier.
In the original movie, the death of Anna and Elsa’s parents are subtly mentioned, but in the second installment, death is talked about and Olaf actually says that their parents died.
She says the darkest part of the movie comes three-quarters of the way in when one of the sisters is upset and says, “The life I knew is over. The lights are out. Hello, darkness, I’m ready to succumb.”
The columnist says you may want to prepare your child, especially if they were born after 2013, Frozen 2 could be a little hard for them to digest.
Defiantly a movie that you should sit down and talk about with your kids after you see it to make sure they are comfortable with death and separation issues in the movie.
You can read the full article of the columnist who took her kids to the movie HERE