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Continuity mistake: When Moana is throwing sticks into the ground, after she starts singing, look back at that spot and all the thrown sticks have disappeared.

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Continuity mistake: After the sea retreats from Moana, a fish gets stranded by a shell and flaps its way back into the water, leaving a noticeable mark in the sand. As Moana approaches the shell in a different angle, the sand around it is undisturbed.

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Continuity mistake: When Moana is looking at the secret boats, a rock appears on the shore by the prow of one of them out of nowhere.

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Trivia: The character of Maui, voiced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson at one point in the film cocks his eyebrow, which is a gesture often used by "The Rock" during his time as a WWF/WWE Superstar.

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Trivia: When Maui is attempting to use his magic to shape shift, he changes into a variety of animals; one of which is the reindeer Sven from "Frozen."

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Moana: I am not a princess.
Maui: If you wear a dress and have an animal sidekick, you're a princess.

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Sina: Sometimes who we wish we were, what we wish we could do, is just not meant to be.

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Maui: What's a demigod gotta do?

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Question: Does Maui need to eat and drink to survive? If so, how did he survive for so long on a desert island; especially when there's no signs he had any tools for fishing or a way of creating fresh water? If not, why did he seek out food when Moana showed up? Also, it's heavily implied that Maui urinates, which probably means that he drank something, but why would he if he doesn't need food or water?

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Chosen answer: There's a sign he had tools for sculpting a statue of himself from solid stone, though we never see the sculpting tools. Given the fact that he wants food and isn't dead, it's safe to assume he also had some tools available for fishing.

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