Moana (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

Moana (2016) 1080p

In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by the Demigod Maui reaches an impetuous Chieftain's daughter's island, she answers the Ocean's call to seek out the Demigod to set things right.

IMDB: 7.9239 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Adventure
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.63G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 107
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 57 / 483

The Synopsis for Moana (2016) 1080p

Moana Waialiki is a sea voyaging enthusiast and the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators. When her island's fishermen can't catch any fish and the crops fail, she learns that the demigod Maui caused the blight by stealing the heart of the goddess, Te Whiti. The only way to heal the island is to persuade Maui to return Te Whiti's heart, so Moana sets off on an epic journey across the Pacific. The film is based on stories from Polynesian mythology.


The Director and Players for Moana (2016) 1080p

[Director]Ron Clements
[Director]Don Hall
[Role:]Dwayne Johnson
[Role:]Rachel House
[Role:]Auli'i Cravalho


The Reviews for Moana (2016) 1080p


Reviewed bySemisonicVote: 7/10/10

There's a theory that in this world there is only a handful of trulyoriginal stories, first told ages ago, and the rest is just acombination and a rehash of those. Well, I'm not sure about the wholeentirety, but the story of Moana definitely sounds kinda familiar."Sounds" being not just metaphorical, hehehe.

In case you want your details and explanations dry, it's a story of twopersons who join forces to overcome a greater evil, discovering theirtrue selves along the way. Sounds indeed familiar. Right, because everyother story out there, from Luke Skywalker to Jason Bourne, is aboutfighting evil and self-discovery. But is it a curse or a blessing indisguise? After all, being familiar doesn't necessarily mean beingboring. And it's the details of the particular implementation that makeall the difference.

Speaking of details, it's simply impossible not to fall in love withMoana, that's how beautifully this film is drawn. The lush colors, thebeautiful landscapes and the sea, the adorable characters - everythinghere is an eye candy. Add some decent (albeit slightly lacking variety)singing and a cute and vigorous young heroine - and you've gottenyourself another Tangled, this time without the castle and blonde hairbut with tropical islands and catamarans to compensate for it.

But while this film is undoubtedly a joy to watch, it falls just alittle short of becoming a real hit. Probably because, unlike hislatest predecessors, it didn't bring into the genre anything fresh.Tangled was the first really successful animated musical in decades.Frozen built on that success and redeveloped the world of fairy talesinto a place where girls can actually take the lead. And while Moanahas all the strong points of its older sisters, giving us just that isnot entirely satisfying. Which doesn't mean that you won't have funwatching it, but the chances that Moana will win a permanent spot inyour heart and memory are fairly slim.

Reviewed byMatt_LaydenVote: 8/10/10

2016 has been a particularly strong year for animated films. With thelikes of Zootopia, Finding Dory and Kubo & The Two Strings all vyingfor best animated picture of the year, it seems Moana deserves to bementioned in the same breath as well. It's no fluke that out of thefour movies I just mentioned, 3 of them belong under the house of themouse.

Legend has it that demigod Maui stole a sacred stone, the heart of thegoddess Te Fiti. The lava demon confronted him and both the heart andMaui were lost forever. Now, the world is slowly dying and someone mustfind the heart and force Maui to put it back. But who is this chosenone? It might be Moana, a Polynesian girl who is suppose to be takingover as chief of her tribe, but longs to sail beyond the reef.Featuring new comer Auli'i Carvalho as Moana and the most electrifyingman in sports entertainment, Dwayne 'The Rock" Johnson, as the demigodMaui.

It's not surprising that I found myself tapping my feet to the songs inthis film because Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Hamilton, shares histalent with this film. I can easily see any one of the songs in thispiece going up for and winning Best Original Song, giving the man the Oin the prestigious PEGOT award circle. He currently has a Pulitzer,Emmy, Tony and Grammy, among more. The songs here remind me of theold-school Disney songs, easy to listen to, fun to play on repeat andimportant to the story. At first, I felt it was a little too on thenose with some of the lyrics, but eventually he won me over and I'vebeen listening to the soundtrack ever since.

The film itself might lack some of the intricacies of plot heavy filmslike Zootopia, but this journey story is entertaining and heartfelt.The vibrant colours of the green islands and the blue sea help propelthe film above and beyond what some others films have to offer. Theanimation takes a nice little turn for the creative when the charactersfind themselves under the sea in a side villains lair. We are treatedwith some bioluminescent sequences with another catchy tune not farbehind.

Johnson is stellar as Maui, he seems completely comfortable in a voiceacting role and surprisingly has the chops to sing a tune. NewcomerAuli'i Carvalho holds her own against a star like Johnson and shereally gives a strong voice to a driven female character. I applaudthat Disney didn't feel the need to shoehorn in a love story either.This is a tale about self discovery, not some young woman needing tofind a man. Disney nods and respects their past while looking to thefuture with Moana. Princesses no longer need to be the 'love' goal of aman.

Moana is a visually beautiful film with great songs and a strong femalelead character. There are some visually gags for the kids and a greattime for adults. Moana is a great film.

refreshingly PolynesianReviewed byJulius LightVote: 9/10

From the opening lyrics to the final shot, Moana was a fun glimpse into Polynesian life. Reminds me of Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron with its depiction of tribal peoples, people who depend on the land and environment to live. As one of the several catchy songs say, the island gives them everything they need. No need to go beyond the reef.

I'm glad that Moana and Zootopia, Disney's two most recent feature films, humorously refer to the archetypal Disney traits that appear in film after film -- i.e. an animal sidekick, the heroine bursting into song, following your dreams. Even if they do year after year, it never gets old. (... Well, maybe a little bit. I'm actually jaded by the happy ending trope in practically every work of film, literature, etc. out there. But that's beside the point.) Even if you can predict the ending of Moana, it's not quite what you expected. Disney has recently been changing things up a bit and having creative endings. Frozen, for example. Even if they weren't slightly creative, the story still enacts the Disney magic -- the ability to inspire, motivate, uplift, and ultimately enlighten further on mankind's communal desire to go beyond the norm. You don't have to do something amazing to make a name for yourself. It's not the hook that defines you, it's what you do that defines you and makes you who you are. Just don't follow hard tradition all the time. If someone says you can't achieve your dreams, he/she is most likely right. HOWEVER. That's only true if you don't give it your all. Those right now who are living their dreams gave it their all. If it's something you really want, after all, then naturally you'll give it the necessary effort and force of will. It won't be easy; life wasn't meant to be easy.

It's not as amazing as Zootopia, but Moana is still a genuinely good Disney movie. It has a superb single, a nice accompanying soundtrack, great characters, sublime animation with crystal- clear attention to detail, and wonderful themes and messages. I admit, I was expecting too much from Moana after seeing Zootopia, which is probably why I give Moana a 9. Zootopia hits the 10. If you haven't seen either one, I recommend seeing Moana first.

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