A personal analysis on Disney’s film Raya and the Last Dragon! What will my opinion be in this regard? Come and find out here on my blog!
Raya and the Last Dragon is a Disney movie about the adventures of Raya and Sisu, the last dragon still alive! But what exactly are my personal reflections on the Disney movie?
Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony.
Kumandra was a prosperous land when evil spirits called Druun began to ravage everything.
Such evil beings absorbed the souls turning the body of the victim into stone.
Eventually, the dragons of Kumandra used what was left of their magic to create an orb that not only drove the Druuns away,
but also brought everyone back to life except the dragons who were turned to stone.
All the people wanted the power of the orb which ultimately divided them into tribes,
based on their location of a giant river made to look like a dragon: Fang, Heart, Tail, Spine and Talon.
Heart Tribe acquired the orb and has guarded it ever since.
Chief Benja of the tribe of the Heart trained his daughter Raya to protect the orb.
Despite this, he still believes that all nations will put aside their differences and become Kumandra again.
He decides to invite all nations for a party.
Raya ends up befriending the daughter of the Virana chieftain of the Fang tribe, Namaari, due to their shared interest in dragons.
Namaari gives Raya a dragon-shaped pendant and she in turn shows her the position of the orb.
However, Namaari betrays Raya and soon the Fang tribe attempts to steal the orb.
The rest of the tribes find out and a fight breaks out, which brings the orb to pieces.
The Druuns suddenly awaken as each of the tribes steals a piece.
Raya tries to save Benja, but he tells her to run away with the piece of hers she has of her as she turns to stone.
That same evil has returned and it’s up to a lone warrior, Raya, to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and its divided people.
However, along her journey, she will learn that it will take more than one dragon to save the world – it will also take trust and teamwork.
But what exactly are my personal reflections on the Disney movie Raya and the Last Dragon? Find out below my video: Personal reflections on Raya and the Last Dragon.