Dozens of Southeastern students crowded into the Student Union Theater to watch Disney’s “Moana”, a tale of courage, exploration and self-discovery. The movie centers around a young Polynesian girl named Moana who with the help of the sea, restores the balance of nature and saves her island home.
The film was shown on Tuesday and Wednesday night as a part of the Campus Activity Board’s annual movie night series. Both showings garnered substantial crowds, according to CAB member Katlyn Daigle. “The turn out was really good for this one, there was a lot of people” said Daigle.
“Moana” has delighted audiences young and old since its release in November, with many viewers coming back for more. The film’s inspiring story, timeless message and lively soundtrack draw you in. Many fans have seen the movie numerous times, including senior communication major Connor Raborn. “I’ve already seen it multiple times, but I thought it would be really fun to see it on campus with my friends” said Raborn.
The next CAB movie will be “Crazy, Stupid Love”, playing on Feb. 14 and 15 in honor of Valentine’s Day. To vote on upcoming movies you would like to see the CAB show, please visit: http://www.southeastern.edu/admin/cab/index.html.