Luca movie review: Pixar’s Italy-set coming-of-age comedy pictures sea monsters taking on human form

//Luca movie review: Pixar’s Italy-set coming-of-age comedy pictures sea monsters taking on human form

Luca movie review: Pixar’s Italy-set coming-of-age comedy pictures sea monsters taking on human form

3.5/5 starsAnimation giant Pixar is always at its best in the realm of the offbeat. The house tethered to balloons that floats away in Up, say, or the regimented afterlife of the recent Soul. The latest effort, Luca, comes with another off-kilter conceit – that sea monsters living in the ocean depths can take on human form on dry land.It’s this idea that allows the inquisitive aquatic teenager Luca (voiced by Jacob Tremblay) to visit the Italian Riviera town of Portorosso (a fictional nod to…

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