In ancient Japan, Kubo (Art Parkinson) is a one-eyed young boy who lives with his ill mother, Sariatu (Charlize Theron), in a cave atop a mountain. Every day he tells stories to the local villagers by magically manipulating origami that moves under music played from Kubo’s shamisen. He tells the tale of a samurai warrior named Hanzo, who is Kubo’s missing father. When the town bell chimes signaling sunset, Kubo returns to his mother, as she explicitly warns him to not stay outside after dark or her Sisters (Rooney Mara) and his grandfather, the Moon King, will come to take his remaining eye. One day Kubo could ot reach home before sunset and her mother’s sister found him. Her mother gave her life saving him and send her to search his father’s Armer.
Now on the run, Kubo joins forces with Monkey and Beetle (Matthew McConaughey) to unlock a secret legacy. Armed with a magical instrument, Kubo must battle the Moon King (Ralph Fiennes) and her mothers sisters and monsters to save him self. Will kubo be able to save himself? Will he be able to solve the mystery? The answers to these questions is the plot of the movie.
As the movie starts, there is a voice saying if you want to blink, blink now. Because if you blink in the story, the hero will die. And you won’t blink though out the movie.The movie is all about adventure, love, mystery and magic. Too good script with very good animation support. Almost makes the movie alive.