Directed by: Enrico Casarosa
: Enrico Casarosa, Jesse Andrews
Starring by: Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
On the Italian Riviera, an unlikely but strong friendship grows between a human being and a sea monster disguised as a human.
Reviewed bydanilklimenokVote: 9/10
Such a good story! Honest, Kind and simply Intelligent! Nothing irrelevant, nothing boring or whatever what makes people upset about any movie. Great plot and characters, lots of valuable significations. Also, good fun, not like a lot of jokes, but when they come - it's right at the point. Moreover, lots of pleasurable warm summer feelings. And yeah, I'm here not to glorify a motion picture, I'm here since a liked and enjoyed it fully and truthfully.
"Well kaka" :)
Reviewed byjoostkaleVote: 9/10
Stop it Pixar! Just stop it! Even the simplest stories are becoming masterpieces in the hands of Pixar. I don't know how they do it. It doesn't take the emotions risks like an Inside Out or Soul, nor is it a masterpiece of a screenplay like the Toy Story franchise, but boy oh boy I love it. Probably, its biggest flaw is also it's strength. It doesn't try to be the next masterpiece. It's Luca. It's a fun crowd pleaser with the typical Pixar emotional moments. It doesn't brake boundaries, but that's okay for me. For what it is, it's perfect! The story is sweet, and the characters are charming and lovely with real development. Yes, the story is a little predictable at times, but it doesn't bother the story much for me. I also love that the villain is the complete opposite of a twist villain. From the moment he pops on screen, you know he's the baddy, and he fits the movie very well. What makes this movie stand out, are the visuals. Holy crap, this movie is gorgeous! Literally the most beautiful movie I've seen this year so far. Also, the score, holy crap. Everything fits with the beautiful country that is Italy. I already know a lot of people will think it fits too much in the Pixar formula, but what can I see. The formula works, so why change it. It has his flaws, and it probably is not the next Pixar masterpiece, but it does work perfectly for what it is.
Reviewed byOnurOnIMDbVote: 9/10
This is Pixar's most realistic movie, not a single black person in Luca as it's set in a small village in Italy which is accurate in real life.
Source: Me, an Italian living in a small village in Italy.