“Luca” Movie Review

Luca Paguro (Jacob Tremblay) lives with his family in a nice underwater cave.

He is a sea monster.

One day while herding his sheep-fish to pasture, Luca finds an alarm clock and a joker card…..human stuff that he is forbidden to have. In fact, he is forbidden to even think about going above the water…at all….ever.

Searching for more treasure he meets Alberto Scorfano (Jack Dylan Grazer) who introduces Luca to the pleasures, and beauty, of the world above the sea.

Luca is hooked!

BUT……to make sure he stays underwater his mother and father arrange to have his nearly transparent deep-sea uncle take him for the season. Luca rejects that decision and flees to Alberto’s land castle where he decides to stay and hide from his parents.

One day, he and Alberto decide to go to the human village where they can find the ultimate transportation: a Vespa!

There they meet Giulia Marcovaldo (Emma Berman) decide to participate in race to win prize money for a Vespa of their very own and…….

Giulia, Luca, Alberto

Oh, to find out what happens, you will have to watch this movie on Disney+. 🙂

“Luca” is a fun kids movie about sea monsters who morph into human form when on land. Luca finds a love of learning (for example, Giulia shows him books about the universe and he loves them!) and everyone, human and sea monster alike, learn to accept those who are different than themselves.

NOTE: It’s better watching it the second time as there are a lot of little things you miss with only one viewing! 🙂

Go to IMDb for more information.

Drive Safe! Never Forget.

More Disney and other animated movies…..

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