Luca (2021) 1080p

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Adventure | Animation
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
95 min
IMDB Rating:
8.3 / 10 
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Directors: Enrico Casarosa [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A young boy experiences an unforgettable seaside summer on the Italian Riviera filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: he is a sea monster from another world just below the ocean's surface.


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Amazing graphics and setting, poor story

The graphics and the landscapes are amazing. The staging of the Cinque Terre is perfect. Having been there several times, I can assure that everything is spot on.

Having said that, I found the story unconvincing and predictable. The most interesting character (the antagonist, Ercole) is not described in depth; devoting more time to him, his two buddies and their motives could have made the movie better. The same could have been done for Alberto and the relationship with Luca. Where does Alberto come from? For most of the movie, scene after scene, the focus is the two protagonists trying to escape water not to be discovered and this gets boring very soon. On the other hand very little time is devoted to the final competition itself. The last part seems rushed and leaves you underwhelmed. The concept itself of these sea creatures becoming humans didn't impress me.

Overall the movie has great animation skills, amazing artistic qualities but sadly a poor story.

Lacks the classic magic heavily

Luca is a movie that starts with a fast pacing and pixar's classic touch. The pacing of the movie seems off than the average pixar movies and also the feel. The screenplay has ups and downs along but it does provide the classic pixar magic. From young to old everyone will enjoy watching the movie thanks to pixar's touch. The animation looks simplier which kindalooks like downfall for the feel and emotion inside the movie. The animation and direction does the job until a certain point but beyond that there's nothing much left for the audience. From just the perspective of only fun luca looks quite an enjoyable movie but it's definitely lacking in terms of pixar's beautiful magic. Overall it's a movie built for fun andto watch on weekends with whole family. In terms of watching the pointer is kinda heavy towards one time watch.

Pretty average, but interestingly stylized film

Disney rehashes pretty obvious story elements from its other oceanic based films The Little Mermaid and Moana as well as The Fox & The Hound; there just isn't much novelty to the story. While I love the actors involved (Jack Dylan Grazer really shines as one of Disney's most seamlessly funny comic relief characters), they did a much worse job than a film like Coco of blending languages in a way that is both appealing and purposeful, especially with the choice of American actors.

While the film has some fun Studio Ghibli vibes in the style, it takes a half-baked approach to doing a more foreign style film because they still want to appeal heavily to their U. S. base audience. I love the director's work in this project, especially as the one whose personal life heavily influenced the interesting summer friendship dynamic. The design of the movie is pretty great, but the overly simple plot and overtly familiar story trends make it more narrowly appealing to a much younger audience than it could have been. It carries the extraordinarily dumbed down adult trope to a level I haven't seen since 90s Nickelodeon. While the aim seems to be to promote a theme of nondiscriminatory inclusivity, the simplistic nature of the film mostly serves to dampen a lot of credibility to the motivations of its characters.

I have read comments from people elsewhere that they were unsure of the film's quality within the first 10 minutes, but soon came around to really enjoying it. However, the awkward and rushed start can definitely serve as an off-putting exposition that doesn't draw the viewer into the story.
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