Frozen 2 (November 22)
I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS MOVIE. This one and Avengers: Endgame are the two movies I’ve been most excited for this year. I loved Frozen. It was so good. I don’t remember exactly, but I think I might have cried for the entire end of that movie. Even my dad liked it! It’s one of my all-time favorite Disney movies and one of my all-time favorite movies, period.
I have a good feeling about it being a strong sequel because it’s been so long between this one and the first one. It reminds of Incredibles 2. Well, that’s kind of a stretch because Incredibles 2 came out fourteen years after the first one, and Frozen 2 will only be six years later, but close enough. They didn’t just quickly manufacture another movie to make money after they saw how successful the original was.
Another thing I’m excited for about Frozen 2 doesn’t have to do exactly with the movie itself. It has to do with all the little kids who were obsessed with Frozen when it first came out. Now they’re six years older and will probably be in middle school or maybe high school. And then there’s also the parents who had to watch Frozen twenty times and listen to Let it Go on repeat and buy all the merch. They will now be parents of teenagers. Haha, I wonder what memories Frozen 2 is going to bring up. And what new memories it will create.
Ahhh wait, I bet there’s going to be a new round of obsessed little kids! Hahaha, this is too good. Ohh, I wonder if there will be another hit song. Dude, it’s going to be really disappointing if this movie is a complete flop. Or even if it’s subpar. It basically has to be good.
Also, when I saw the movie lists at the beginning of the year, it said that Frozen 2 was supposed to come out on November 27, but I wondered if they moved it up to get all the 2’s?
Little Women (December 25)
Okay, I actually have never read Little Women, the book. I’ve tried, trust me, but it’s just so long and in my opinion, not that interesting. It’s kind of boring. But last year, my school put on Little Women as the spring musical, and it was so good. I cried multiple times. It finally made some sense why the people who get together in the end get together. (I’m not going to say who because it’s an absolute spoiler, but you know who I’m talking aabout.)
I think this will be a case in which I like the adaptation better than the original. I have confidence that this movie is going to be good because the director is Greta Gerwig. She directed the movie Ladybird, which might sound familiar. It came out in 2017 and won a slew of awards I think. I heard about it a bunch from people at school and online too. (To be more specific, I heard about Timothe-with an accent-e Chalamet.) I love that she decided to go for a classic right after directing a movie she wrote.
Also, Emma Watson is Meg!
What are you favorite Disney movies?
What’s a classic movie you would want to remake or see remade? Please someone make Percy Jackson again.