Not so long ago, I saw 'Zootopia' and I was amazed about how underwhelming the whole thing was. I mean, sure, it was still a decent watch but it was far from being one of the best Disney animated features I have seen but, somehow, it turned out to be a huge box-office success and, for a very long time the best movie released in 2016 according to IMDb (right now, it is still on spot n.3). Well, I hope this 2nd animated feature released by Disney during the same calendar year will crush 'Zootopia' because I thought it was so much better. I mean, sure, by now, we have been used by those guys to get some stellar animation but, this time, they really pushed it even further. Indeed, the whole thing was just so gorgeous to look at, it was easily one of the most beautiful animated features I have ever seen. Furthermore, I really liked the realistic approach they chose to portray the Polynesian people and the end-result was quite fascinating to behold and, above all, much more interesting than what they usually provide us. Unfortunately, I have to admit it, the tale itself was rather generic and pedestrian and, except for the main song which was pretty catchy, the musical scenes rather bored me. Eventually, it felt like they spent 90% of their time and energy searching and creating this fascinating world and only 10% on the plot which was too bad. Still, even though it wasn't a complete home-run, I thought it was really good and easily the best Disney animated feature since 'Tangled' which has always been criminally underrated.