Moana :-Watch Moana on 123moviestvshow.com,In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by Maui reaches an impetuous Chieftain’s daughter’s island, she answers the Ocean’s call to seek out the demigod to set things right.The one thing that “Moana” has over “Zootopia” is animation. The animation in this film is some of the best animation that I have seen from Disney in years. When it needs to be colorful, it’s colorful. When it needs to be dark, it’s dark. I also really like the 2D animation of Maui’s tattoos animated by animation legend Eric Goldberg (who also animated the Genie in “Aladdin”). I would describe the 2D animation if artwork from Hawaii was crossed with Keith Haring’s art. The story is also really is well done. It’s adventurous and exciting and keeps you on the edge of your seat like a good movie should. I also really like the performances, particularly Cravalho’s. She is a phenomenal actress and singer and for a debut film, that’s quite an accomplishment. She performs Moana like how a sixteen year old girl should (unlike Rihanna’s awful performance in “Home”). Dwane Johnson is also fun and funny as Maui, and I also thought his singing was pretty good. Speaking of singing, I should probably talk about the songs. Written by Lin Manuel Miranda, who took the world by storm with “Hamilton”, the songs are some of Disney’s best in history, even better than “Frozen”. They’re catchy and memorable and they also tie into the story as a good musical should. I think my personal favorite is the Oscar nominated “How Far I’ll Go” which also demonstrated Cravalho’s beautiful voice. I think my only big problem with the movie was the fact that they were working in the fact that they wouldn’t do specific clichés you see in Disney movies too many times. Now, I like it when a movie makes fun of a cliché, but “Moana” probably did this like over ten times or something. But, I still thought some of them were pretty funny nonetheless.