Disney has come out with a lot of good movies over the years, and they've set a pretty high standard for what an animated film should look like. And Raya and the Last Dragon definitely reaches that standard!
The movie is about a young woman named Raya, who is trying to find the last dragon to fix a mistake she made as a child. Raya's world has been split into five kingdoms, all of whom are warring with each other — partially because of Raya. As the movie progresses, Raya meets more friends who help her save the world.
The animation in this movie is absolutely spectacular. The characters look and feel very real, not only because of the way they are animated but also because of the way they dress, speak, and act. The setting is also animated beautifully, and seems to throw you right into Kumandra alongside the characters.
The characters in this movie are awesome! They all have unique stories, colorful personalities, and unique perspectives. I especially loved Noi, the adorable con baby, and Tuk Tuk and Sisu are also totally awesome.
Another thing I liked about this movie was the villain. Unlike in most Disney movies, Namaari wasn't killed, exiled, or otherwise defeated in one way or another. Instead, she turned good and was able to become friends with Raya.
This movie also has a wonderful message, one we could all do to hear a bit more right now: Trust each other! Wonderful things can happen if only we work together and have faith in each other.
Overall, this is an amazing film for the whole family to watch. I personally loved it!