Review: Raya and the Last Dragon (2021)


The movie that is named “Raya and the Last Dragon” was a riot. It was a fun-filled family time.

“Raya and the Last Dragon” is about a broken world that is named Kumandra. At the beginning of the movie an evil force that is named the “Druun” begin to take over the world. A group of dragons defend the people of Kumandra. They create a stone that protects the world from the evil “Druun” creatures. The Great Dragon that is named Sisu uses the stone to save the people of Kumandra. However, the stone is broken. Raya must search throughout Kumandra for the different pieces of the stone. If she does not then the “Druun” will cover the land and destroy everyone there.

The antagonist of this movie is a princess who is named Namaari. Namaari is a sly and a clever antagonist. She is a strong enemy. At first Raya wants to be-friend Namaari. Never-the-less, this decision does not turn out the way she expects it to do so.

Raya makes it through. She is a funny, a kind, and a skilled protagonist. Raya tries her best to do what is right…. even though she some times makes the wrong decisions. Some times her wrong decisions may seem like the end of everything…. but her spirit and leadership abilities push her through.

“Raya and the Last Dragon” is a great movie for kids. Raya is a strong role-model for kids to follow. She does what is in her heart…. and her difficult choices shapes everything.

Finally, “Raya and the Last Dragon” is an enjoyable cinematic movie. The CGI in the movie was great. However, the best thing about this movie is its heart. There were many things going on in the movie… and I think the kids really felt that.

The movie that is named “Raya and the Last Dragon” is a fun and a funny movie to watch with you and your family. It is kid-friendly and (in my case) mother-approved. The lessons will help kids to think about a world where people can work together.

Oh, and I think parents will enjoy the movie, too.

I give this movie a 4-star rating. You should go watch it with your family. They will love it.

Luca Lane

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