In Pixar’s Luca, a gentle, overtly Miyazaki-esque coming-of-age period piece struggles under the heavy weight of iron-clad Disney/Pixar formula requirements and story beats. The charming elements work well enough to carry the film, but only just. The premise of two young sea monsters living just off the coast taking on human form and venturing into the human world for a summer of discovery and adventure

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