What’s a controversy? In Pixar’s latest feature Turning Red, a Toronto adolescent turns into a (big) red panda, no one can decide. Turning Red may have been dragged into bigger discourses about parents, kids, and the cultural war in the hunt for an objection

The film’s audience adores Mei, a 13-year-old Chinese Canadian girl with fannish hobbies and geek squad buddies

Since its March 11 release, the buzz about Turning Red has been dramatic, and you may think it’s Pixar’s most contentious picture yet

Many viewers will recognize Turning Red’s narrative. The Toronto setting is rich with local flavor and subtleties.