#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Mei Lee (voice of Rosalie Chiang) is a confident, dorky 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming (voice of Sandra Oh), is never far from her daughter – an unfortunate reality for the teenager. And as if changes to her interests, relationships and body weren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited (which is practically ALWAYS), she “poofs” into a giant red panda.
Plot: Thirteen-year-old Mei is experiencing the awkwardness of being a teenager with a twist – when she gets too excited, she transforms into a giant red panda.
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“Turning Red is undoubtedly the riskiest, possibly the most divisive work in Pixar history. Without any remorse or restraint, Domee Shi and Julia Cho unapologetically approach the sensitive topic of (female) puberty in a quite shocking, positively impactful manner.
A narrative that unquestionably explores the hormonal, emotional, and sexual developments of its characters, conveying a message of self-acceptance and understanding of human evolution through its metaphors loaded with youthful excitement.
With the well-known technical attributes from the successful studio, this film will serve as an essential companion for all pre-teens who will deal with or are going through this inevitable and “inconvenient” phase of life.
One of the best movies of the year until this day.”
Well worth a watch, this.
‘Turning Red’ is a very good flick from Disney/Pixar. It’s different in a way, I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out based on the first few minutes but by the end it provides the required and expected amount of entertainment and meaning.
The voice cast are excellent, I have no faults with them. Rosalie Chiang gives a performance full of energy in the lead role, while Sandra Oh puts in a strong display alongside Chiang. The rest of them are good too, as I also recognised James Hong and Lori Tan Chinn. Us UK viewers also have the bonus of a small role for Anne-Marie.
TYPICAL ASIAN PARENTS.
I can recognize myself in a lot of Mei’s experiences and learned something new about them as well. There are not a lot of movies that normalize other significant parts about puberty like periods and understanding your parents, but this one does and they do it perfectly. Even for those watching who cannot relate to Mei’s experience, it’s a great watch to see where she and other girls may be coming from.
More Disney than Pixar
This is a story about a girl who turns into a big Red panda.
The animation is fresh with a scent of manga about it, the characters are pretty interesting and all in all this a solid enough movie.
I think a younger audience will like it and there is lots of relevant stuff for young people.
Looking back over the Pixar catalogue there is a dizzying choice of absolute classics that are loved by children and adults alike.
Many took really big choices like opening with a tragic death, including a full length music video or excluding dialogue for the entire opening act.
Pixar couldn’t possibly keep this up forever and Turning Red shows signs they are running out of steam.
This takes no risks and is happy just being a kids film about a big fluffy creature.
The scenes with the Panda are relatively rare and after a few incidents everyone accepts the Red Panda and that embarrassment factor is removed diminishing the aliment.
The story shies away from any kind of conflict. Making it very soft and friendly – happily rolling around in themes of friendship and individuality – but removes any kind of tension.
The mother starts as a great character but the story can’t stomach her overbearing nature for long and soon it is apparent that everyone is right and the things that were held as important really never mattered, everything works out and everyone agrees to disagree without any consequence.
This is all very nice and friendly; younger people of a milder disposition will love this.
As an adult it made the experience feel quite empty and pointless – I have a feeling this isn’t going to stick long with a younger audience either.
Perhaps this is aimed at a eastern audience where perhaps it resonates better.
Nothing bad here but if I was to watch all the Pixar movies again this would be way down the bottom of the list.
Original Language en
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director Domee Shi
Writer Julia Cho, Domee Shi
Actors Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, Ava Morse
Country United States
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