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    Frozen II



    I guess they couldn't just... let it go.

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    That seems kinda bad-ass. Looking forward to it.

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    Okay thats it, I am demanding Blizzard let frost mages run on water!
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    Re: Frozen II

    Quote Originally Posted by FilanFyretracker View Post
    Okay thats it, I am demanding Blizzard let frost mages run on water!
    I've said for almost 15 years that frost mages should have water-walk - which Death Knights ended up with.

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    Frozen is one of those things I liked but wasn't convinced we needed more of. It's going to be tough for them to meet expectations. This looks like it could be exciting though.

    Also, their CG was already good enough that all I was expecting was to see what kind of story they might go for, and yet it (the CG) continues to improve. Some of those animations are very slick.

    P.S. Anna get your own sword.
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    That's going to be one difficult hit song to match.

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    They've got another trailer. I'm kind of amused. The first one had magic, but I never really took it for epic fantasy.


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    Re: Frozen II

    If I'm going to take my nieces to see it (and I plan to), I'd like to see high fantasy. I'm on board with this.

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    Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delores Mulva View Post
    If I'm going to take my nieces to see it (and I plan to), I'd like to see high fantasy.
    How come? The first movie was great, and it arguably was low fantasy.

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    Re: Frozen II

    I didn't take them to the first movie; I told my sister it would be huge, could I take them, and she said that they'd just see it when it came out on On Demand (heh, that didn't happen). When I take them to this one, it's going to be in a theatre filled with kids, and the viewing experience will be crap. So I want more out of the film to make up for being surrounded by kids. (Note that I don't hold this against kids. This is their movie, not mine, and expecting quiet is absurd. But it will still be disruptive.)

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