Vivo review – sweet but forgettable Netflix animation is Pixar-lite

Vivo review – sweet but forgettable Netflix animation is Pixar-lite
Lin-Manuel Miranda voices a spunky kinkajou in a pleasant enough musical that feels like a patchwork of better kids’ films

As part of Netflix’s recent quarterly update, the ever-expanding streamer bragged that this last year saw their biggest animated film to date, yet another sign of their all-conquering versatility. But despite a concerted effort to increase in-house animation, the movie in question was tellingly not one of their own creation but rather a Covid acquisition, made and primed by Sony for a big-screen release but panic-sold when cinemas shuttered.

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