Disney looks to have another success — perhaps even one of Frozen dimensions — with their new animated Moana, a movie that does just about everything satisfyingly right. Opening Wednesday in Bay Area theaters, Moana is another of Disney's "Princess" movies. The title character is the daughter of the chief on a secluded and self-sustained Polynesian island. Moana's people have lived there for generations without venturing past the reef, which, anyway, is forbidden. Moana (voiced by honest-to-goodness Hawaiian-born teen Auli'i Cravalho) is set to take over as chief, but she can't shake a feeling of wanderlust.