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Turning Red 


It is starting to feel like Disney and Pixar have both lost the magic. Yolanda and I recently watched Turning Red on one of our movie nights while we have the $1.99 month of Disney+. We discussed Turning Red after watching the movie. Disney and Pixar used to be about good morals and ethics. The lessons within Turning Red are exact opposites of what Pixar made in the past. The original first Cars movie taught the exact opposite lesson. There will be spoilers in this review.

The issues families will have with Turning Red are violence, bad language, lying, deceit, false gods, strange religious beliefs, and more. One character in Turning Red tells the audience to make room for the bad stuff. We are taught to honor our ancestors and this family has a panda spirit that protects them. Parents are made to look bad in Turning Red. One of the more shocking things is Turning Red claims thirteen year olds are adults and can make their own decisions on their lives. Science begs to differ. The brain does not finish developing until the mid twenties.

There have been plenty of controversy that surrounds Turning Red. There is plenty of conversation within Turning Red about girls getting their first periods. Meilin is the thirteen year old girl who turns into a giant red panda. Meilin is also trying to live for two different groups of people. The first is her parents and the second is her friends at school. There has been plenty of kids who have been led astray by their friends at school. Many of us regret choices we made at that age because we did not listen to the advice of our parents who were the same age once themselves.

The animation is a little weird and odd at times in Turning Red. The voice acting in Turning Red is sound. The music gives that Asian flavor to it at times. The young girls are enthralled with a boy band 4*Town. The mother does not approve, so Meilin lies to her mother and uses her panda to earn money for tickets to the concert. The same night is when her panda spirit sealing ritual happens. Meilin decides to keep her panda and crashes the concert without paying.

Meilin's mother turns into a Godzilla sized panda and chases after her daughter. The grandmother and aunts all go after them. All of them but Meilin trap their panda spirits again (which can only happen during a red moon), and all is forgiven. Meilin is considered the hero for being deceitful and disobedient. Young children are shown as knowing more than their parents. Like I said the opposite lesson from Cars.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 55%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Pixar
Rating: ‘PG' - for Parental Guidance Suggested {Thematic Material, Suggestive Content, and Language}

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