Moana (2016) Full Movie Review

  • Ron Clements,
  • Don Hall,
  • John Musker,
  • Chris Williams,
  • Jared Bush,
  • Ron Clements,
  • John Musker,
  • Chris Williams,
  • Don Hall,
  • Pamela Ribon,
  • Aaron Kandell,
  • Jordan Kandell,
  • Auli'i Cravalho,
  • Dwayne Johnson,
  • Rachel House,
  • Temuera Morrison,
  • Jemaine Clement,
  • Nicole Scherzinger,
  • Alan Tudyk,
  • Oscar Kightley,
  • Troy Polamalu,
  • Puanani Cravalho,
  • Louise Bush,
  • Chris Jackson,
  • Phillipa Soo,
Moana (2016) [Full Movie]

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  • 107 min
Release Date:
  • 23 November 2016

Moana (2016) watch online free now here, find a quality movie streaming and preferred language. A young woman uses her navigational talents to set sail for a fabled island. Joining her on the adventure is her hero, the legendary demi-god Maui.

The main character will be Moana Waialiki, a sea voyaging enthusiast, and the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators. When her family needs her help, she sets off on an epic journey. The film will also include demi-gods and spirits taken from real mythology.

Moana is the first full-length computer animated feature film to be written and directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, who were responsible for directing The Great Mouse Detective (1986), The Little Mermaid (1989), Aladdin (1992), Hercules (1997), Treasure Planet (2002), and The Princess and the Frog (2009), all of which were predominantly in hand-drawn animation. When it was initially rumored that Moana would be made in the hand-drawn/computer-animated technique “Meander” introduced with Disney’s short film Paperman (2012), director John Musker said that it is “far too early to apply the Paperman (2012) hybrid technique to a feature. The Meander digital in-betweening interface still has a host of production issues (including color) that need to be perfected.”

Besides, the directors also stated that the environment, including the ocean, benefited much more from the use of CGI as opposed to a traditional animation and that three-dimensional computer animation is naturally good at generating the sculpted faces of the people of the South Pacific. Maui’s tattoos, on the other hand, are purely hand-drawn animated without the use of the “Meander”.

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