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Deaf critic movie review of Moana


Moana is an American 3D computer-animated film. It is a fantasy film with lots of music, emotions, comedy and adventure. The film is produced and released by Walt Disney Company.

The film is about Moana, an adventurous teenager who sets out on a brave mission to save her people.

In the journey, Moana meets Maui, a demi-god who guides her to become a master way-finder.

Moana and Maui come across many monsters and difficulties when they sail across the open ocean.

But Moana never gives up and works hard to fulfill the wish of her ancient ancestors.

Moana’s efforts to convince Maui to become a part of her mission are hilarious as well as inspirational.

It shows Moana’s leadership abilities to not accept failure and get things done the right way.

Moana’s grandmother and Maui also play an important role in helping Moana discover her true identity.

The film has a great animation story with each and every part in the film presented in an interesting way.

Walt Disney deserves appreciation for keeping the visually engaging film light and entertaining.



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