Kulipari: Dream Walker continues a Netflix original series that achieved a great success among children because of its theme, always focused on fellowship and the union between people, in addition to passing a message of solidarity that is so necessary in our present time. In this new story, the Kulipari people need to heed a call for help, which results in a rescue mission that can put the entire village at risk (watch here).
In the previous seasons, we followed the journey of Darel, a Kulipari who eventually became the so-called Blue Sky King. Now, in charge of the community, he has promoted peace and harmony among its inhabitants. However, he ends up receiving a request from the commander of a neighboring tribe: his son, named Koa, was kidnapped by a Warlord with powers so great that he is not able to face. To rescue him, he needs help.
These two plots are very well developed by writers and animators, but of course the biggest interest is in the rescue mission promoted by Blue Sky King. The journey is built with care, having him and his team of warriors facing various dangers along the way until they can reach the place where Darkan retains his fortress. And despite being a children’s series, Kulipari: Dream Walker has a good dose of suspense and mystery, typical of more mature animations. Of course, this is not an obstacle for children to watch this season; this only broadens the scope and draws attention of adults as well.
The advantage that Kulipari: Dream Walker possesses is a good balance between action (fights, natural hazards and enemy-induced dangers, etc.) with good doses of comic relief, which are needed to break the seriousness of the story. The characters are very charismatic and deliver the message, making this first season easy to watch.
Also noteworthy is the excellent voice acting in all available languages (especially the original, which features Mark Hamill, known as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars saga), Kulipari: Dream Walker is an interesting animation that , already in this first season, proves to be one of the good options for children in this end of year.
Synopsis 1: An awesome power is in the wrong hands. Now he’ll stop at nothing to bring peace and prosperity back to his land.
Synopsis 2: Now the Blue Sky King, Darel must lead a rescue mission to save a Dream Walker – leaving the village under the protection of the Kulipari youth.
Age rating: Everyone;