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121. Raya And The Last Dragon; movie review

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Cert PG
114 mins
BBFC advice: TBA

Woah... a sky blue dragon called Sisu who has magical powers and turns into a middle-aged woman with long blonde/grey hair?
Did the writer of Raya And The Last Dragon know of the controversial recent history of my football club Coventry City?
Our owners are Sisu, an investment company headed by a woman with the aforementioned hairstyle.
Due to the colour of the team's kit, Coventry's nickname is the Sky Blues.
The coincidence is weird but I have digressed probably more than any previous review.
So, for the non-football fans, Raya And The Last Dragon is a pretty exciting moral tale of how trust and co-operation can lead us to an infinitely better world.
Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada's computer-animated movie is set in the fictional land of Kumandra which was a prosperous land of people and dragons.
However, it was ravaged by the Druun, evil spirits which turn people to stone and can only be stopped by dragon magic.
Thus, as the dragons try to save Kumandra, they are whittled down until only Sisu remains and she sees off the Druun by bringing together all their powers in the form of an illuminated orb.
Five hundred years later, the guardianship of the orb is the cause of rancour and jealousy and has split the previously united country 
This leads to the re-emergence of the Druun and it is left to a young girl, Raya (voiced by Kelly Marie Tran) to see them off and save the day.
And guess who comes back to help her... yep,  good all Sisu (Awkwafina).
Between them, they have to unite the forces of Kumandra and try to de-petrify all of those turned to stone.
This is no easy task because all of the provinces of the country are at odds with each other and don't trust Raya.
Actually, that word trust is the central message of the movie which emphasises what can be done if we have faith in each other and, conversely, what can happen if we don't.
At the same time, there are some decent action and chase scenes and a dab or two of humour.
I reckon kids will like it.

Reasons to watch: Fast-moving animation
Reasons to avoid: No laughs

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you know?
 For the past 15 years, John Lasseter has overseen every Pixar and Disney Animation feature film. However, he stepped down his position as CCO and left the Disney company, meaning Raya and the Last Dragon is the first Disney animation production since Chicken Little not to involve him.

The final word. Kelly Marie Tran: "I think we've all felt lonely before. I think that, in a lot of those moments, it was really important for me to feel like those moments were authentic." Screen Rant


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