Story: A little girl flies to the moon to prove the existence of a goddess.
Review: Fei Fei (Cathy Ang) grows up believing in the legendary legend of Chang’e (Phillipa Soo), the moon goddess who lives on the moon after losing her lover. Fei Fei is trying to cope with her loss, following the death of her mother. Many years after the tragedy, her father (John Cho) falls in love with Mrs. Zhong (Sandra Oh), which is not good for the little girl. In addition, Mrs. Zhong ****'s son (Robert G. Chiu) has Fii Fei's senses. Annoyed by the whole situation, he built a rocket to fly to the moon, where he could meet Chang’e to show everyone at home that he was real. But most importantly, Fei Fei wants to prove to his father that true love is designed to last forever.
‘Over the Moon’ directed by Glen Keane, a 40-year-old cartoonist. So, it’s no surprise that the film is at the forefront of that department. Combining the latest styles with the traditional architectural style, the film looks delightful with a burst of colors and vivid images. Written by the late Audrey Wells, this story of loss and grief is designed to ensure that heavy themes are still appropriate for children. Characters such as Fei Fei's Bunny Bunie and Gobi the pup lunar, who are lovingly portrayed by Ken Ken, are clearly informed of that purpose - to be intellectual and lovable, if at all possible, a sense of humor. But while there is no shortage of simple and emotional moments, the plan is welcomed. It is composed of sub-clips, and while there are a few prominent music tracks, at least the same amount works without exposure.
The animation and song also serve as a sufficient distraction from the formal functioning of the structure, which, unfortunately, draws various points. Included in the chaotic set of world rules that are not well explained to audiences unfamiliar with Chinese culture and myths, the ‘Over the Moon’ life lessons are well-aimed. That, along with the brilliant views and charming characters, will make it an attractive watch for younger audiences.
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