The animated movie Mona is released in cinemas directed by Ron Clements, John Musker and produced by Osnat Shurer on the 56th anniversary of Disney animated feature film. Mona Featuring the voices of Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House, Temuera Morrison, Jemaine Clement, Nicole Scherzinger and Alan Tudyk
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Mona Movie Review by Critics
Check all the Mona 2016 movie review by all top critics like Matthew Lickona, Leah Pickett, Christopher Orr, Peter Travers, Joe Morgenstern, Peter Howell, and Peter Rainer.
1.) Review by Leah Pickett on Chicago reader
[stextbox id=”info”]The narrative is a fairly predictable hero’s journey—Maui even calls her “The Chosen One”—but the movie is refreshing for its lack of a love interest; instead Moana learns how to chart her own course. Dynamic CGI and robust songs from Lin-Manuel Miranda of Hamilton further enhance the experience. [/stextbox]
2.) Review by Matthew Lickona on San Diego Reader
[stextbox id=”info”]This is Disney’s way of having its formulaic cake and eating it, too: “We know what we’re doing here, and we know that you know it, too. So please stop fretting and enjoy while the pieces fall into place.” [/stextbox]
3.) Review by Christopher Orr on The Atlantic
[stextbox id=”info”]Moana definitely resides at the Frozen end of this cinematic spectrum, a conventional story featuring just enough innovation to feel current and relying principally on its dazzling execution.[/stextbox]
4.) Rating:3.5/5. Review by Peter Travers on Rolling Stone
[stextbox id=”info”]Maui disagrees. “If you wear a dress and have an animal sidekick, you’re a princess.” He’s got a point. But Moana has a better one. She’s a girl on a mission. And heaven help the man, monster, or demigod who tries to stop her.[/stextbox]
5.) Rating: 4/5. Review by Times of India
[stextbox id=”info”]However, the movie chugs along with breathtaking animation, adorable interactions between the strong-willed girl and the hilariously self-obsessed demigod, and songs that make you shimmy involuntarily. There’s even a Mad Max: Fury Road-inspired battle scene. [/stextbox]
6.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Caitlin Moore on NDTV Movies
[stextbox id=”info”]Moana may not be The Little Mermaid or Aladdin, but the film, set among the islands of Polynesia, boasts not only cultural authenticity but also a young heroine who is steadfast and proud, even as she struggles to find her way. Moana has the appeal of a princess and the heart of a warrior. In other words, she’s less a Sleeping Beauty than a South Pacific Mulan.[/stextbox]