Untitled Pixar Animation Project (2020)

Raya and the Last Dragon is a movie starring Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, and Gemma Chan. In a realm known as Kumandra, a re-imagined Earth inhabited by an ancient civilization, a warrior named Raya is determined to find the last...
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10 / 10

My new favorite Disney Animation movie.

Raya and the Last Dragon is practically perfect in every way! It has it all - epic adventures, breathtaking animation, interesting characters, heartfelt moments, and comedy. This is one of Disney's best movies to date.

10 / 10

The Greatest Disney animated movie ever made to this date

Raya and the Last Dragon is Disney's most Gorgeously animated movie and also a New Disney Classic. I really loved the Character Design in this movie and especially of Chief Benja. The actions in this movie is also pretty tight like the hand to hand combat, the sword play, etc. And the what's even more impressive about this movie is that it was animated from home. I think that this movie has even more potential than the other Disney Classics like Frozen and Moana. I would definitely recommend this movie.

8 / 10

Raya And The Last Dragon Is Pure Disney Magic At A Time When It is Most Needed

In a magical land known as Kumandra; Humans and Dragons co-exist in harmony. When a threat in the form of creatures known as Druun arrives and threatens to destroy everything; the Dragons combine their power to defeat them but in doing so all but one of the Dragons remains.

In the new Disney animated film "Raya and the Last Dragon"; audiences are introduced to the narrative of the story by Raya (Kelly Marie Tran), who tells that the world has become fractured and she is to blame. A sacred relic that the Dragons used to Defeat the Druun has given her kingdom prosperity but the surrounding kingdoms all named after various parts of a Dragon are envious of their position.

When Raya's father Chief Benja (Daniel Dae Kim); attempts to unite the other kingdoms, a tragic betrayal results in the relic becoming fractured with each kingdom taking a fragment. As if this situation was not bad enough; the fracturing of the relic ushers in the return of the Druun and they quickly resume turning everything not protected by a barrier of water to stone.

The story then jumps years into the future where Raya and her faithful companion Tuk Tuk (Alan TudyK) are searching the rivers of the kingdoms in an effort to find the location where the last Dragon Sisu (Awkwafina) is rumored to have been sleeping for 500 years.

Raya is eventually able to locate Sisu who is a very playful and animated creature and the two set off to save the day by obtaining the missing fragments through any means necessary. Naturally, their journey will be filled with dangers, adventure, and humor, as the various kingdoms have their own unique visual style and characters; some of whom join with Raya on her quest to provide much-needed support, perspective, and at times; humor.

The movie is visually amazing as the artists clearly were inspired to create a world that combines elements of many Asian cultures yet has its own unique traits. I marveled at the details of the water and ripples and how the railings on a boat showed uneven discoloration and wear in just a casual scene where the characters talked. It is this attention to detail that really adds to the magic of the film as well as the immersion into fantasy.

The supporting cast was great and there are some characters I do not wish to spoil who practically steals every scene in which they are in. My wife and I were captivated from the very start as Disney has created a film that embodies much of their classic themes and yet expands upon them to create a film the entire family will enjoy.

The movie will be released in cinemas and via a paid option for Disney+ subscribers. We attended a press screening at a cinema; our first in almost a year and found the setup to be very safe and it was amazing to see such visual splendor on a big screen.

Disney has once again created a new classic and has given audiences the magic that they are known for at a time when it is most needed.

4 stars out of 5.

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Look closely at this movie's poster...

Do you see Raya, Disney's newest princess, standing directly in the middle of this film's final poster? It actually took decades to get to this point and is a quiet milestone. The theatrical Disney princess movie "one sheets" of the last 30+ years tell an important story of cultural evolution...

Let's start with The Little Mermaid in 1989, effectively the birth of the modernized Disney princess. There were two major posters: in the teaser, Ariel's shrouded in darkness, swimming toward the ocean's shimmering surface. In the other she's smiling, seated right next to her future husband. Beauty and the Beast? Two posters, same deal. In the Aladdin one sheet, Jasmine's barely there. Pocahontas' is better, but she's looking away from the viewer and only taking up a fraction of the image.

Mulan's poster, while admittedly iconic, is effectively her in silhouette and looks vaguely like the movie's ultimately about her horse. Then we have to wait over a decade for The Princess and the Frog, whose teaser makes the male villain larger than Tiana and cloaks her in shadow. The final one sheet is an interesting quasi-homage to '90s Disney animation posters like Hercules and Hunchback, and Tiana's very prominent, but ultimately she's looking into her future husband's eyes.

Next we have Rapunzel, a film so worried about its main character appealing to boys it was awkwardly renamed Tangled. Despite the teaser burying her in hair to the point of near-invisibility, the final one sheet does put her front and center. She's surrounded by implicit male protectors and an animal is wielding the sword instead of her because, well, you know. But at least she's not shrouded in darkness or demurely looking away from the proverbial camera. Brave's posters, to their credit, only feature Merida alone. In one she's looking at the viewer, but her hair is partly covering her face. And in another she's small, surrounded by nature and looking upward, but we're inching closer.

Then there's Frozen, a barn burner of a film and I'd argue the most influential Disney princess movie since Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but ultimately very little progress poster-wise. Frozen II improves on the situation quite a bit: Elsa's featured not once but twice, and she's taking up plenty of space, effectively half the poster. Between Frozens we have Moana, where's she's always next to and arguably overshadowed by Maui.

Which now brings us to Raya and the Last Dragon. Yes, in the teaser most of her face is covered, but she also takes up nearly the entirety of the poster, a Disney princess first. We end with the film's final one sheet, which positions Raya unmistakably in the dead center. She's lit clearly, looking directly into the viewer's eyes. The sword's there, but not in that canned "strong" way where she's about to swing it at the viewer. And everything else - literally everything - is implicitly peripheral.

Disney, and the world, have a very long way to go before baked-in misogyny is completely erased. But the marketing materials for this film, especially the final one sheet, I believe represent a quiet watershed. Welcome to the world, Raya. You're long overdue but, thankfully, here nevertheless.

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I don't know what to say.

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