- The flashback scene is one adorable scene after the other. We get to see the two sisters playing together, then their parents taking care of them quite lovingly and Iduna putting Anna to bed after she falls asleep and holding Elsa.
- The mutual freakout from Anna and Elsa over the "leaping into fire" incident. Each sister is worried about the other getting hurt. Although the two sisters have different personalities, it demonstrates that they deeply care about each other.
- When Anna asks "when will you see yourself the way I do?", reaffirming how much she loves and idolises her older sister and wants Elsa to believe in herself.
- Despite the initial hostility between the Northuldra and Arendelle, Mattias is shown standing over and trying to calm down some of the Northuldra children when an Earth Giant passes over the village.
- Kristoff finding a kindred spirit in Ryder, who even gives voices to the reindeer.
- The fact that Agnarr and Iduna became friends after Iduna saved Agnarr's life, even without Agnarr knowing Iduna was the one who saved him. They soon became the King and Queen of Arendelle.
- As another reward for Iduna's kindness, the spirits gifted her with two daughters, Elsa and Anna. Together they form the fifth spirit, the bridge between magic and the ordinary; Elsa has ice powers thanks to her mother's family.
- In the prologue Anna announces that she loves the person who saved Agnarr. Indeed she does.
- The fact that Iduna is willing to risk her life to save a complete stranger, the prince no less, who for all she is know is part of the group that is attacking her people.
- Show Yourself was already a heartwarming song with Elsa eagerly looking to meet the source of the voice and encouraging it to show itself. And then it's revealed that the voice was from a memory of Iduna calling for Gale as she saved Agnar.Iduna: Come my darling, homeward bound
Elsa: I am found!
- The vision of Iduna singing to Elsa that Elsa is, in fact, the person she's sought all her life and to fully embrace her power, all the while Elsa's outfit is transformed into a flowing white gown seemingly to Elsa's surprise.
- The song as a whole serves as one ultimately about self-love. Elsa asks if the source of the voice is the answer she's been waiting for when the answer all along was Elsa herself.Iduna: You are the one you've been waiting for, all of your life
- What little we can see of young Iduna and Agnar's relationship is quite sweet, with her emerging from a tree above him to ask perkily how he's doing and Agnar reacting quite happily.
- When Anna apologizes to Kristoff for leaving him behind, the latter simply forgives him.Kristoff: My love is not fragile.
- Anna and Elsa's reunion. They hug each other and Anna sheds tears of joy to the point of Inelegant Blubbering. Then Kristoff comes along and hugs Elsa as well since he is happy to see her. After that, Kristoff finally proposes to Anna and she immediately accepts, as Sven now sheds tears of joy.
- Do you wanna build a snowman?
- We also get to see Olaf's rebirth in full detail, while in the first film this was more of a Blink-and-You-Miss-It moment.
- Anna is then shown to have kept all of Olaf's body parts in her bag.
- When Elsa feels guilty about her parents' deaths and blames herself, Anna is quick to assure her she isn't responsible for their parents' choices and their reason for going on the trip (to learn more about Elsa's powers) does not make their deaths Elsa's fault.
- Elsa explains that the spirits agreed Arendelle should continue to live, meaning the spirits weren't going to hold an entire kingdom responsible for King Runeard's manipulations.
- Why did the spirits seemingly attack Arendelle and force everyone out of the kingdom? It turns out they were trying to get the Arendellians to safety so no one would perish when the fjord flooded.
- Kristoff finally gets to propose to Anna at the end of the movie and the latter happily accepts it.
- Anna trying to help Elsa sleep by singing their mother's lullaby to her, including using Idunna's 'stroke a finger down the nose' technique. Elsa even calls her out on this, but still lets her do it.
- Even though the sisters no longer live together as of the epilogue, they still send messages to each other and Elsa still visits Arendelle occasionally. The ending has Elsa receiving a letter Anna sent asking her to come over to play charades.
- Elsa insists that the Fifth Spirit that she hears calling out to her is something good despite the chaos the other spirits have caused. She turns out to be right.
- Despite over three decades of hostilities between the Northuldra and Arendelle, the former instantly welcomes Anna and Elsa (Arendelle's royal family) into their tribe upon learning that the royal sisters are half-Northuldran through their late mother.
- Near the end of the movie, Elsa says that she loves her sister (though not to her face), for the first time onscreen.
- In the Norwegian dub, Honeymaren and Destin Mattias are voiced by Ella Marie Hætta Isaksen and Mikkel Gaup, respectively, who are actual Sami people. Similarly to Moana being dubbed into Native Hawaiian, Frozen II will also be dubbed into Northern Sami language.
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