Luca (2021) Movie Review

Director: Enrico Casarosa

Writer: Jesse Andrews, Mike Jones (Screenplay) Enrico Casarosa, Jesse Andrews, Simon Stephenson (Story)

Starring: (Voice Talents) Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman, Saverio Raimondo, Maya Rudolph, Marco Barricelli

Plot: On the Italian Riviera, an unlikely but strong friendship grows between a human being and a sea monster disguised as a human.

Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Luca starts when a young sea creature Luca finds his daily underwater routine getting boring, until he finds a human item in his home, leading him to investigate more of the surface, where he meets Alberto, who has been living on the surface for years now.

When Luca gets caught out in his surface activities, he decides to runaway to the local Italian town with Alberto, where they must learn to be around humans, making friends with Guilia, helping her prepare for a local race. The pair must keep the truth about themselves hidden, from a town that has been hunting for them for years.

Thoughts on Luca

ThoughtsLuca is an animated movie that will continue to give the life lessons about trying something new, learning to accept people who are different and most importantly, the importance of friendship. The movie will use the Italian culture to help show the traditions between the food, the buildings and the fears of the unknown within the waters, with sea creatures. The movies will beautiful, just like any of the Disney movies, giving us a visual treat from both one and under the surface. This is one of the most popular recent movies from Disney movies, one that is filled with all the heart of soul needing to make it stand out for years to come.

Final Thoughts Luca is an enjoyable addition to the Disney animation world.

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