Over the Moon

    Over the Moon


    Fueled by memories of her mother, resourceful Fei Fei builds a rocket to the moon on a mission to prove the existence of a legendary moon goddess.

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    • Cathy AngFei Fei (voice)
    • Phillipa SooChang'e (voice)
    • Robert G. ChiuChin (voice)
    • Ken JeongGobi (voice)
    • John ChoFather (voice)
    • Sandra OhMrs. Zhong (voice)
    • Ruthie Ann MilesMother (voice)
    • Margaret ChoAuntie Ling / Gretch (voice)
    • Kimiko GlennAuntie Mei / Lulu (voice)
    • Artt ButlerUncle / Bill (voice)


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      Screen Rant

      An explosion of wonder, color and magic, Over the Moon tells a beautifully sentimental story of family and love, with super catchy songs mixed in.
    • 80


      Netflix wants to prove it can do what Disney does – and it more or less succeeds. Vibrant and heartfelt with tunes to boot, there’s plenty of love in Over The Moon.
    • 67

      Austin Chronicle

      Sometimes charmingly fantastical, Over the Moon definitely doesn't have the fairytale elegance of Keane's earlier work.
    • 63

      Slant Magazine

      At its most beguiling, director Glen Keane’s animated film Over the Moon mixes the unbridled free-association of playtime with an undercurrent of barbed satire.
    • 60

      The Hollywood Reporter

      A CG-animated musical fantasy that still manages to infuse sufficient charm and genuine warmth into the inescapable familiarity.
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      Sometimes it’s OK for an adventure to be just an adventure, and this one gets in the way of its own assets, while pointing to the potential of future journeys from the Netflix animation team.
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      Los Angeles Times

      Even its most surreal flights of fancy are tethered to a ploddingly diagrammed story whose indisputable lessons — cherish the ones you love, and also make room for more of them — are driven home with dispiriting obviousness.
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      The Guardian

      It’s all very spectacular – but nothing much happens in the second half, and back on Earth, the movie’s message about loss and the power of letting go feels over-sweetened, more Disney than Disney.

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