Moana – Movie Review

Moana is a 3D Animation movie .
Storyline :
The movie is a about a little girl named Moana . She is the daughter of the chief of a Polynesian island of Motunui and is chosen one by the sea to save her people from being lost into the darkness.

The story starts from the point where grandmother is telling the children about Te Fiti , the island goddess whose heart had the power of creating Life. The demigod Maui , stole Te Fiti’s heart but , was overpowered by Te ka , the lava demon and in this process lost the Te fiti’s heart as well as his power which was in a fishhook. Grandmother tells children to get that heart back from Maui when they grow up. Moana enjoys this story very much . As she is growing up she gets several indications that she is the one chosen by the sea god to restore Te Fiti’s heart. She is always drawn to the sea and yearns to sail beyond the reef but , is always dissuaded by her father. Her father loves her a lot . He is very possessive about his daughter and doesn’t want her to be into any kind of trouble. He has lost one of his friend’s to the rough sea beyond the reef. Moan’s grandmother sees Moana’s yearning for the sea and the several indications given by the sea to her. She encourages her to take up the responsibility of restoring Te Fiti’s heart back so that the whole of humanity is saved from the doom. Moana leaves for her journey for restoring the heart and is successful in placing the heart back to Te Fiti. As soon as the heart is replaced the Life comes back to its full swing and darkness starts vanishing .

Extra bytes : Walt Disney Pictures
Genre: Adventure , Fiction, Fable , Motivation
Language: English
Rating : U
Running Time: 103 minutes
Directed By: Ron Clements , Don Hall
Produced By: Osnat Shurer
Cast: Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House,Temuera Morrison , Jemaine Clement , Nicole Scherzinger,Alan Tudyk
Release Date: November , 2016
Frightening /violence scenes/Intense scenes: 1/5
Alcohol/drugs/smoke: 0/5
Profanity: 0/5
Adult Intimacy: No
Rating on Family Values: 4/5
Rating on Adventure : 5/5
Suitability for age groups:
5 -12 years: Yes
12-18 years : Yes
18 years and above : Yes

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