Sexuality/Nudity No Objection
Violence No Objection
Vulgarity No Objection
Anti-Catholic Philosophy No Objection
There isn't much to say about Frozen II, because almost everything good from it is derriviate of the original film.
The story takes place soon after the original. Elsa (Idina Menzel) is queen of Arendelle, but feels a strong calling to the wilder lands to the north. Anna (Kristen Bell) is still seeing Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and the latter is getting close to proposing. But when an earthquake shatters their peace. the group must travel beyond their borders, a place of guardian spirits and native tribes.
This review will be brief, because honestly, there is not much here to like or dislike. There is nothing really bad about the movie. It is as enjoyable as it is forgettable. There is nothing in this story that makes it feel necessary. Like Iron Man 2, this feels like a rehash with nothing to add.
Say what you will about the last film, but it had some truly memorable, if not great, songs. There is only one ballad "Into the Unknown" that gets any traction past the closing credits. There is a funny song by Kristoff that plays like a music video right out of the 1980's but it more clever than funny.
The movie enters into some strange territory with its pantheistic guardian spirits of fire, water, etc. It almost feels like they took an old script for a Pocahontas sequel and reworked it for the the Frozen characters.
As I wrote, there isn't much to dislike, but when the movie finished, I felt like nothing really happened.