Last, but certainly not least is Moana. inayofuata article, I'll review the Revival Era as a whole, but I will review this one first. Let's go through this like I always do.

Now, I've only watched this movie twice, because I haven't been able to purchase the DVD to watch it yet. But I have watched it at a friend's house a few days ago, so I have a fresh memory on it.



First Impression


Since it was first announced that there would be another Disney Princess movie, I was excited. The closer to the movie it got, the zaidi excited I became, and when I finally did watch the movie, I loved it. It was really worth watching!

Characters




So, the movie mainly focuses on Moana and Maui, who were amazing in my opinion. But the movie did have other amazing characters, however. I really loved Tala and Moana's parent. Even the pets were cool!

However, the only ones I loved were the central characters, Moana and Maui. I felt they were both great characters and I fell in upendo with them. I mean, I usually can't stand overly cocky people, but since it was presented as a flaw of Maui's I actually tolerated it. Moana was such a strong character as well.

Plot

I really liked the plot, which strongly centered around Moana trying to discover who she is, and her trying to return the moyo of Te Fiti, which was Lost during a battle between Maui and Te Fiti years ago. I found the story to be great, and the adventure was great.

The only problem I had, and I probably have an unpopular opinion on this, but I felt like it dragged at times. I don't really think the plot was too slow, just there were scenes that were. But overall, I really liked the plot and I cried. To be honest, I didn't expect to, but just like every Disney movie, it found a way to bring tears to my eyes.

Music


Oh my god the muziki was just so great, I can't even describe how amazing it was in words. This movie had some fast songs ("You're Welcome") and some rather slow songs (I Am Moana). But nevertheless. These songs were so strong and really gave me the Disney feel.

The voice cast all had amazing voices, I mean, who knew Dwayne Johnson could sing?

Overall Message



I really felt the ujumla, jumla message was really good. When Moana discovered who she was, she was able to balance her responsibilities with her dream, and I think that is important. Especially since it's really rare for that to happen. She discovered she was a chief of the island and a navigator, which I really liked.

Critical Reviews

This movie was really well recieved kwa audiences, though I actually expected it to be zaidi popular. I'm not complaining- I actually think the movie got the upendo it deserved.

I am, however quite sick of it getting compared to a Frozen, like everything else is. Can't everyone just forget about Frozen, and focus how good this movie is, without being compared to anything? I think I'm especially annoyed because both are extremely close on my list, and it took me forever to decide which one I upendo more. But even more, I'm just so sick of everyone comparing every new movie to Frozen.

Connections


I actually found Moana to be an extremely relatable character, and I think the lesson in general is great in society. There are many times where a person has to balance what they want to do, and their dreams with their responsibilities. A lot of times, it justt doesn't work out, but Moana always made time for her family, duties, and kwa the end of the movie, he hobby (sailing). I just think that can be connected very well in today's society.

What I would have done differently

I would have probably just made some of the scenes less dragging. Other than that it was good.

Overall Opinion

Definitely a really good movie. It was actually my fourth inayopendelewa movie in the era almost tied with Frozen which is my fifth favorite. I think this movie was great, and I really think it is such a noteworthy movie.

inayofuata is the review of the ujumla, jumla revival era.