Reddening animation as Pixar's latest work follows the story of a 13-year-old girl named Milin who realizes on the verge of puberty thanks to a family curse at any time When he experiences intense emotions, he turns into a giant red panda. Instead of denying this new part of her being, May decides to embrace it, and this decision is the beginning of her problems with her strict mother Ming. Redness is a film for all ages that addresses a variety of topics such as Toxic Parents, Puberty, and Friendship. Other movies and TV series can be found. Of course, this clich is not a negative feature at all because it makes the characters more tangible and easier for the audience to relate to them; This is exactly the feature that the second object was looking for and he did his best to make a film inspired by his real life, but who are the most clichd characters in Red?
8- Fairies are a clich example of Cold-blooded and indifferent teenagers
Fairies are one of the best friends. He is a seemingly indifferent teenager who, like other friends, loves the four-city boy pop group. He also has a special interest in studying adolescent literature and is considered a kind of bookworm. Her first appearance in the animation is Redness while holding a book called Nightfall, which is a satirical imitation of the popular Twilight series. Red does not portray him in any way with offensive racial stereotypes, which is why he does not rank higher on our list. However, his love for boy bands and teen literature, along with his extreme composure, made him the most clichd character among his friends.
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To get rid of the red panda, Lee's family must lock the animal in a special ceremony with tools such as necklaces, brooches, etc. and stay with them for the rest of their lives. keep. They decide to do this ceremony, which should be under the light of the red moon, with the help of one of their neighbors. Mr. Gao is an old friend and neighbor of the Lee family who, as an elderly and professional priest, helps the women of the Lee family get rid of the red panda.
When Mr. Gao's head was first found, We met a mysterious old man who has a special skill in mystical arts. However, he does not rank high on our list; Because it is not a clich. For example, when the ceremony begins, Mr. Gao explains that the ceremony should be performed with a certain rhythm, but there is no need to sing traditional songs, and he himself happens to use Tony Bennett's rhythm many times.
6 Grandmother Wu, a full-fledged patriarch
Grandmother is the oldest woman in the Lee family. He is considered experienced and the rest of the women in the family respect him and listen to him, but the main problem is that Wu's grandmother grew up in another era, and even if she had good intentions behind her ideas and beliefs, she seems outdated; For this reason, the relationship between her granddaughter May and her daughter Ming is disturbing.
Movies and TV series usually portray grandmothers as loving and kind women. Yet there is always an annoying stereotype about extremist patriarchs that is even more prevalent in Asian personalities than in other races. Although Wu's grandmother rescues her daughter at the end of the film, she is still a stereotypical example of a full-fledged tiger female who dominates all members of the family with extreme obsessions. This stereotype has been repeated so much in the last few years for racial minorities that it has now taken on extremist and offensive aspects.
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5-Tyler, a modified bully
Tyler is a half-Vietnamese boy and a fellow Mayan and his friends. She likes to be popular and for this reason she does not miss any opportunity to make fun of and attract the attention of other children. The same bullying and poisonous behaviors make girls hate him. However, May and his friends meet Tyler at a Four-City concert and find out that he is also a big fan of the boyish pop group, and as a result their relationship gets better.
Tyler is a good example of all the clich bullies. Is earlier in the movies and I saw many series; An abusive boy who first becomes hostile to the protagonist but is transformed into a close friend by a sudden accident.
4- Clich girl group and friendship
The main character is a red-haired teenage girl named May who, along with her best friends Miriam, Abi and Priya, had a hard time reaching puberty. Passes. The characters of each of the children are different, but their love and interest in the group of four cities is what kept them together. They also enjoy adolescence experiences together, such as attending parties and concerts and transient interests in teenage boys. Formed not only because of their love for each other but also because of the intensity of their feelings; For this reason, when May introduces her friends as the first-line defendant for attending Tyler's birthday out of fear, the children feel betrayed.
In fact, the friendship between the girls turns red. Reminds the audience of similar relationships in films such as "Sister of the Dream Journey." Ambitious, emotional, and one of Pixar's best films
May is the main character of an Asian-Canadian teenage girl blushing when experiencing intense emotions It turns into a red panda. May finally decides to accept the red panda as it is, instead of hiding the red panda in the style of his ancestors, and even goes so far as to unveil the panda at his school so that he can raise money to attend a concert with his favorite band.
May is an ordinary girl who transforms from a loser to a popular character in a matter of seconds and loses this pleasant position just as quickly. The red panda becomes popular at school and brings him great glory, but it is clear from the beginning that this position is very transient and will be lost when his mother realizes this tragedy.
Finally, we can say that Like many Disney characters, he is an optimistic and determined thinker, whom we have already seen traces of in "Bug's Life" and "Finding Dory."
2- Ming, a woman who married a passive man
Ming Lee, voiced by Sandra Oh, is a nervous and controlling mother who feels she has to control every aspect of her daughter's life. Ming loves his child, but with too much control he often puts him in embarrassing situations and behaviors that do not occur to normal parents, and it is interesting that all this is an excuse to protect May.
Ming One It portrays one of the most common stereotypes of controlling parents in the world of cinema. She is domineering and is married to a passive man who never opposes her decisions and always listens to her. May's father is one of the characters who does not even have a strong presence in the story. Ming bears a striking resemblance to characters such as Queen Eleanor in "Brave" and Beverly Goldberg in "Goldbergs."
1- Members of the Four Cities group, a clich of the bands of the 90s and 2000s
Four Cities is an imaginary pop group of boys and a favorite group of May and his friends, and their main motivation is to stay together. The director's second object is to make the children's love for them the main reason for their connection, Priya, Miriam and Abi. The costumes and behavior of each of the band members are very reminiscent of the popular bands of the 90s and 2000s such as NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys. To be fair, this was probably intentional and well conveyed the nostalgic mood of the 2000s to an adult audience.