A single figure blows across an unclean wasteland, running like a Suzuki motorcycle a single rolling wheel, facing a masked face and emitting high-full-metal energy- this is our introduction to the hero of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, a cold opening with a mid-hot impact.
Centuries ago, nations joined and dragons filled the heavens in a world known as Kumandra. Then swept a plague called the Druun, a purple shark that temporarily transformed man and animal into stone.
Even as Homo sapiens returned to their mobility, it was finally repelled by a gem that had the combined energy of the majestic, scaly creatures that were statuette.
However, the bonds which held people together were not remedied. There formed tribes, each named after the parts of the dragon: Talon, Spine, Tail. The Dragon Gema is protected by those who rally under the moniker of “Heart.”
One day his daughter Rayas (Kelly Marie Tran), a kind of ninja-sprite in training, will take his place and he has the courage to keep it safe and sound (Daniel Dae Kim) However, paranoia literally divided the talisman into several parts between the factions. The Druun came home and only left a parental sacrifice (since Disney) and pockets of survivors of non-granites.
Now, Raya scours what’s left of the five kingdoms along with her pill-bug-like pet hedgehog — he’s the rolling wheel, FYI — in search of the remaining shards of the Gem. There are many enemies and obstacles that stand in her way. But this lonely guerrilla soon has a key ally in her quest. The title is a little gift to everyone.
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