Tune in for Arthur’s opinions on Luca, Pixar’s 24th film (but not before he momentarily digresses at the beginning to touch on his faulty Wi-Fi that had most likely been caused by the Pacific Northwest heat wave, followed by the matter of that garbage bag Bill Cosby being released from prison). Directed by Enrico Casarosa (the 2011 Oscar-nominated Pixar short La Luna) in his feature-length directorial debut, produced by Andrea Warren (Cars 3), and written by Jesse Andrews (the sole writer of Every Day) and Mike Jones (one of three writers of Soul), the movie follows a boy called Luca Paguro (Jacob Tremblay) as he and his new friend Alberto Scorfano (Jack Dylan Grazer) explore the Italian seaside town of Portorosso with hopes of getting a Vespa and seeing the big world out there, all while concealing their true identities as sea monsters.
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I live in my hometown of Seattle, Washington, where I'm delving into the career of a science-fiction author. The first story I dedicated myself to writing was about a young girl with telekinetic abilities. I'm still fascinated with superheroes, especially the ones in the Marvel Universe; it’s a tie between Spider-Man and Iron Man as my favorite. Coldplay, Ingrid Michaelson, Imagine Dragons, Ellie Goulding, and The Killers are just a few of the artists you would find me listening to while writing. Twitter: arthur_ant18 View all posts by Arthur Howell