If you’ve exhausted all your streaming options while social distancing at home, the latest movie releases are here to make sure you stay entertained.
The long-awaited family friendly film, “Raya and the Last Dragon” is ready to entertain on both the big and small-screen. The film is playing simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ for an additional charge, so you can pick the option that works best for your family.
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Raya and the Last Dragon
After having its premiere date pushed back several times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, “Raya and the Last Dragon” is finally getting its time to shine. Set in the fantasy world of Kumandra, a lone warrior must track down the last remaining dragon to defeat monsters known as the Drunn who are threatening their existence.
Set in 1930s Czechoslovakia, newlyweds Viktro and Liesel experience a brief period of bliss in their home before extramarital temptations take hold. Liesel finds the passion she lacks in her marriage with her friend, Hana.
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