The highly anticipated Frozen 2 arrived in 2019 and was another hit for Disney. Many moments and lines from the film quickly became quite popular. Frozen 2 deals with many complex subjects such as family, growing up, identity, and the history of colonialism.
In many ways, it’s a more mature film than Frozen, and it handles these themes in more nuanced ways. This is why many of the best quotes from the movie are rather deep or inspiring.
Updated April 13th, 2022, by Kevin Pantoja: Regardless of which sister it was, both Elsa and Anna had great Frozen 2 quotes. The same could be said for the strong supporting cast including Kristoff and Olaf. Although this installment isn’t as iconic as the original, Frozen 2 did manage to break its predecessor’s record as the highest-grossing animated movie of all time. That means plenty of people saw it, and likely continue to watch it over and over on Disney+ now, and they likely all remember these magical quotes.
The Bond Between Sisters
“You’ll Always Have Me.”
The relationship between Anna and Elsa is really the center of this franchise more than anything else. Beyond that, the story of their parents and their family history is what drives the plot forward and leads to self-discovery and growth for both of these princesses.
Anna’s steadfast nature and how she is always there for Elsa is extremely inspiring. So, when she says this quote to Elsa, it’s heartwarming as well as inspirational and hammers home what the two mean to each other. No matter what changes in their lives, they have each other.
Kristoff Understands Anna
“My Love Is Not Fragile.”
One of the most refreshing things about the movie is that romance isn’t the main plot. The sister relationship between Anna and Elsa is the core of the film, and the romance between Anna and Kristoff was the subplot.
Also, the romance was more a focus for Kristoff than for Anna, when most Disney movies in the past had the female as the one who it meant more to. While Kristoff worries and questions their relationship when he reunites with Anna near the end of the film, he is confident in their relationship in their love, and it’s a really refreshing moment. He understands his place in Anna’s life.
Learn From The Past
“The Past Is Not What It Seems.”
One of the most powerful aspects of the story is how it looks critically at the past and at themes of colonization and imperialism. This quote gets to this part of the story and how important it is to examine history and how it’s been taught.
Grand Pabbie of the film’s brilliant trolls says this quote, and it’s definitely wise in how it applies to the world of Frozen 2, but it can also be applied to areas of the real world where the past might not be as simple to understand as we’ve been lead to believe.
Asking The Right Questions
“Why Do Lullabies Always Have To Have Some Terrible Warning In Them?”
This quote is said by Honeymaren to Elsa when they are discussing the song about Ahtohallan. While the “All Is Found” song might be beautiful with lovely lyrics, it is also a bit disturbing especially since it’s meant to be a lullaby.
This is also something that many people have pointed out about lullabies in the real world, so it’s definitely a funny moment when this is pointed out in the film.
Anna’s Faith In Elsa
“I Believe In You Elsa, More Than Anyone Or Anything.”
One of the most powerful aspects of Frozen 2 is that it focuses so much on the relationship between Anna and Elsa.
Their love for each other and bond as sisters is very strong and leads to a lot of emotional moments. Anna’s respect and admiration for Elsa is really endearing, and it’s clear that she is extremely loyal and committed to keeping Elsa safe. When she tells Elsa this line, it’s the kind of inspiration that she desperately needs.
Olaf Doesn’t Worry Too Much About The Unknown
“Who Knows The Ways Of Men?”
While Olaf definitely had a lot of funny moments in the original, he has just as many in the sequel. He’s actually a bit more rounded out as a character this time around and is less naive.
He is having a crisis about growing up and philosophical issues. This is a funny line because it’s coming from a snowman, and it also is hilarious to many humans who wonder are males in general. But, it’s definitely done in a good-natured way that doesn’t mean anything cruel about men as a gender.
Anna Gives Sound Advice
“You Are Not Responsible For Their Choices, Elsa.”
Anna is really the standout star of this movie in many ways. While Elsa has many inspiring and dramatic moments, Anna’s steady, loyal nature is what keeps them all going.
It’s clear that Elsa has a lot of responsibilities and that she takes a lot upon herself. But, luckily, Anna is there to help lessen the burden. She’s definitely one of the most inherently good and caring characters in the movie, and seeing her help Elsa on her journey is inspiring.
An Important Line For The Entire Movie
“Water Is Memory.”
This is another one of Olaf’s more philosophical quotes. He is clearly into reading a lot of metaphysical literature, and he offers this sage bit of wisdom. This quote is key to many plot points in the movie.
And, while the water in the real world doesn’t function the same because there’s no magic, it does connect to many of the best things about the movie, and its emphasis on respecting nature and other people and cultures. Olaf definitely has some moments of giving out great advice even when he doesn’t realize it.
Elsa Isn’t Scared
“Fear Can’t Be Trusted.”
This is one of the best quotes that Elsa says in the movie. It’s a great quote that can be applied to many real-life situations, so it’s rather inspiring in that way. But, one of the things that makes this quote wonderful is how it reflects the journey Elsa has been on.
While in the first film she was giving in to fear, she learned that fear is what kept her from being able to control her powers and be herself. So, her saying this now is definitely a step forward in her character’s arc.
The Heroic Elsa
“I Promise You I Will Free This Forest And Restore Arrendelle.”
Elsa is someone who bears a terrible weight of responsibility in this movie. Not only does she have her own people to think about from Arendelle but she then learns that the Northuldra people are also partly her responsibility as she tries to heal the damage from the past.
While she doesn’t always know how to fix things, she is always trying her best to do the right thing and take care of people, which makes Elsa a great hero.
Olaf The Philosopher
“How I Wish It Could Stay This Way Forever, And Yet Change Mocks Us With Her Beauty.”
For Olaf, this movie is all about learning to grow up and mature. He definitely is struggling to deal with the fact that chance happens and nothing is permanent.
This is definitely a big theme in the film, and this quote that he says near the beginning is both hilarious and relatable. While, as the song says, some things never change, there definitely is beauty in adapting and growing.
Acknowledging Feelings Is Important
“You Feel What You Feel And Your Feelings Are Real.”
This is another quote from Frozen 2 that’s extremely powerful because it can be applied to many things viewers all face. It’s actually Kristoff who says this quote while pretending to be Sven, and it is definitely something to try and live by.
This is an extremely validating line that reminds everyone that it’s okay to feel how you feel and not push those feelings aside. While these characters are funny, they’re also good at providing advice and helping people out.
The Helpful Kristoff
“I’m Here. What Do You Need?”
This is the line that Kristoff says to Anna when they reunite near the end of the film. This is another great moment because it shows that these two have a wonderful relationship.
It’s also refreshing to see Kristoff being supportive and trying to help Anna with what she needs instead of trying to come in and be the hero. He doesn’t try to take over, but instead listens to her and helps her how he can.
Elsa Needs Answers
“Show Yourself. Step Into Your Power.”
This line is the only quote on this list that comes from one of the many great songs from the movie. There are plenty of inspiring and magical lines from the soundtrack, but this one is especially empowering.
It’s a key moment in Elsa’s journey to figuring out who she is and her power. It’s also a line that can inspire many viewers in their own lives to be who they are and find out their power.
A Motto For A Hero To Live By
“All One Can Do Is The Next Right Thing.”
Of all of the lines that are memorable from Frozen 2, this one comes up the most and is the simplest message to take away. It was first said by Grand Pabbie, and it was later said by Anna as well as she remembers this message.
This is a great quote that can be applied to how to live life. The importance of trying to do the right thing is a great way to look at life decisions instead of focusing on planning everything out perfectly.
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