Honestly the whole movie was surprisingly redpilled.
Is it about a strong woman who don't need no man and a dumb/sexist pretty boy?
Nope. Traditional masculinity and feminity are portrayed, and both Maui and Moana like, respect, and need each other.
Is Moana a selfish cunt who leaves her family and people behind for her own pipe dream, like Ariel, Merida, or Jasmine?
Nope. She gives up her dream of sailing for her responsibility of leading her village. She loves her family and people more than anything, and only leaves on the dangerous journey when it's the only way to save them.
Is this yet another Disney princess from a broken home?
Nope. Both Moana's mom and dad are there, and they are incredibly loving towards each other and her.
Is Moana's dad a fuddy-duddy old fart who hates change for no reason?
Nope, he actual has completely valid reasons for keeping everyone on the island, and Moana and the viewer understand that.
Is the cliche "the new way is better than the old way" message presented, like in so many former princess movies?
Nope. Probably the most redpilled thing of all was the twist that the dad was actually going by the new rules, and Moana had the calling to return to the ways of her ancestors, which involved voyaging and collanizing new land no less.
Basically full of messages about the importance of nuclear family, caring for your people, how to be a good man and woman, and returning to traditionalism.