Riverdance: The Animated Adventure (2021) 1080p

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Animation | Fantasy
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
90 min
IMDB Rating:
5.3 / 10 
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Directors: Eamonn Butler [Director] ,

Movie Description:
An Irish boy named Keegan and a Spanish girl named Moya journey into the mythical world of the Megaloceros Giganteus who teach them to appreciate Riverdance as a celebration of life. Inspired by the global stage sensation and with new music by Grammy winner Bill Whelan, this is an animated adventure of sight, sound and dance as you've never before experienced. —Aniventure


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A Fresh and good comedy film for everyone

Riverdance is a fresh and new take on typical animated movies. With compelling and grounded characters, we explore the world of Riverdance in a new light that people will enjoy, whether they have seen the stage show or not. We follow Keegan and Moya in a fantastical and beautiful adventure, full of folklore, traditions, and friendship, as a way to talk about grief and community. Of course, the whole thing is intercut with incredible music and wonderful choreographies. The way this movie talks about loss in such a natural and sincere way, with a good touch of comedic relief, makes it accessible to young kids, and enjoyable for the whole family. I highly recommend it!

What a great use of timeless music!

Having loved the original Riverdance, I wasn't sure what to expect, but the animation style is fun and there is lots of comic relief throughout. The film does tackle some harder topics, such as death, but it is done in a way which can give children a wider understanding of the subject without being frightening.

I particularly enjoyed the mythological elements as they were animated beautifully, the creators really gave new life to the wonderful music.

I really enjoyed this film and would definitely recommend it to viewers of all ages.

Where Irishmen in Covid lockdown?

Thanks @ionicBreezeMachine for your in depth review of the history of the stage version of Riverdance, the origin of the music by Whelan, and suggestion of irish-based animation such as Wolfwalkers, Song of the Sea, and Secret of Kells.

Your review succinctly explained the reasons I just didn't like this movie despite the beautiful animation in this film. As half-hispanic, I appreciate many of the animated movies that have debuted in the past few years. They seemed to have hired latino voice-over actors, writers and done half a decent job with research of latin american culture.

With the amount of work that went to animate this story, the creators couldn't do the same with Irish actors, writers and researchers? As soon as the two comedic fat deer open their mouths with American accents (one an African American), I cringed. There has to be a million Irish actors that could have pulled them off. Maybe they didn't want to be a part of this show.

I loved the music and dancing but could only get halfway through the movie and started fast forwarding.
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