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Turning Red (2022)


Thirteen-year-old Mei is experiencing the awkwardness of being a teenager with a twist – when she gets too excited, she transforms into a giant red panda.

Turning Red (2022)

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ScreenCrush - Matt Singer
It’s one of those special movies where during your first viewing you already know there’s going to be a 100th viewing someday.
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The Telegraph - Robbie Collin
It works as beautifully as it does because the film’s comedy has been machined with Swiss precision, and all of its characters written with obvious love.
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The A.V. Club - Unnamed
We all need a little reassurance once in a while to stay true to ourselves, and Turning Red is speaking directly to generations of Asian women in the diaspora when they need to hear this the most.
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BBC - Nicholas Barber
Even before the panda-monium begins, the film is a hilarious, life-affirming treat.
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IndieWire - Kate Erbland
The lessons are of the usual sort — how to be true to yourself, how to honor your family and friends, the value of culture in all its forms, the need to find humor — but they are rendered fresh and new, with Turning Red turning in one of Pixar’s best films not just about the pain of life, but the very joy of it, too.

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