Reverend Jax Posted June 6, 2009 Share Posted June 6, 2009 For many years, Pixar was releasing movies at about a rate of one every 18 month. Now, they feel comfortable having every summer be a Pixar summer, and Up is this summer's installment. We hear it ever time a new Pixar film (except maybe with Cars) comes out: "This is Pixar's best film yet!" The problem is, on at least some level, it's usually true. And it's true again this time. Pixar has made it's best film ever. At least, somewhat. Whether any Pixar films is better than any other is a hard thing to determine, but Pixar films work on many different levels, and sometimes some Pixar films work better on one level than another. The cast on this movie was not a strong point. There is not a strong ensemble here like in Toy Story or the Incredibles. Like last year's WALL-E, this story focuses on one character and anyone else exists to advance that chatacter's story. The strength here is in the maturity. Despite a large colorful chocolate loving bird, a chipmunk voiced dolberman and a lovable dumb golden retriever, it never feels like a kids movie. Anyway, it's good, if you like Pixar films, go see it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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