Turning Red Movie Review

Turning Red Movie Review, Rating, Release Date

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Last updated on December 14th, 2023

Disney Pixar’s film Turning Red is one of those animation films, which is a light-hearted way, say the big philosophy of life. Generally considered to be a children’s department, animation films have the power to teach and explain a lot to adults as well. One such story shows the Disney Pixar film Turning Red, which is coming to Disney Plus Hotstar.

In adolescence, a lot happens to girls physically and mentally, which is not easy to understand. Sometimes fear, sometimes audacity, are the most important emotions of this age. Director Domee Xi tackles this important topic of teenage years with the help of animated characters in a very sensitive and interesting manner.

Turning Red Movie Story:

At the center of the story is 13-year-old Chinese-Canadian Meilin Lee, whose life is limited to school and friends. He has a great love for a boy band. In addition to school and friends Miriam, Priya, and Abby, Meilin is also a devoted daughter who is always ready to help Ming.

A big and shocking twist in Meilin’s life comes when she turns into a giant red panda one night. The mother reveals that this is an old secret of their family, whenever her emotions turn up, she will turn into this giant creature. If seen, it is analogous to the character of Meilin and the transformation into Red Panda. Now Melin’s life ahead is a depiction of this change and the challenges it brings.

Turning Red Movie Cast:

  • Rosalie Chiang as Meilin “Mei”
  • Sandra Oh as Ming Lee
  • Ava Morse as Miriam
  • Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Priya
  • Hyein Park as Abby
  • Orion Lee as Jin Lee
  • Wai Ching Ho as Mei’s grandmother.
  • James Hong as Mr. Gao.
  • Tristan Allerick Chen as Tyler
  • Addie Chandler as Devon
  • Sasha Roiz as Mr. Kielowski
  • Sherry Cola as Helen
  • Lori Tan Chinn as Chen Lee
  • Mia Tagano as Lily
  • Lillian Lim as Ping Lee
  • Lily Sanfelipo as Stacy Frick

Turning Red Movie Release Date:

  • 11 March 2022 (Disney+Hotstar)

Movie Trailer:

Turning Red Movie Review:

Turning Red is such an animation film, which takes the viewer in its lap with the synergy of its narrative and visuals and gradually the viewer starts drowning in the circumstances of the film. Meilin’s character sometimes has a sense of humor, and sometimes sympathy for her condition. Every frame of the film decorated with colors makes its impact and entertainment intense. It is interesting to watch friendship, family ties, and childhood innocence.

In animation films, along with character sketches, voices play a major role in establishing the mood of the character. The voice decides and presents the personality of that character or character. Rosalie Chiang is the voice of Meilin Lee. Rosalie’s voice strikes a chord with Melin’s strong-willed and overwhelmingly spirited character. Ava Morse voices the character of Miriam. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan voices Priya, while Hyein Park voices the character of Abby.

This is director Domee Xi’s first feature film. It is written by Xi along with Julia Cho and Sarah Streicher. The combination of different cultures and peoples through the characters in the story of Turning Red broadens its canvas. Turning Red Symbolically commenting on the emotional needs of teenage girls and talking about periods without hesitation.

Turning Red‘s writing gives all the supporting characters a chance to develop and they don’t feel incomplete. The humor is an undercurrent in the writing of Turning Red. The film, which is about 90 minutes long, leaves a pleasant impression. After Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, The Incredibles, Finding Dory, and the most recent Luca, Disney Pixar has another great offering, Turning Red. Along with English, the film is also coming in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam.

Turning Red Movie Rating:

  • 4 / 5 (⭐⭐⭐⭐)

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