a delightful story about getting old and dealing with death.
It pulls no punches in showing the misery
of old age and the difficulty of saying goodbye to your life
Again, it comes down to a wonderful script,
which is no surprise for Pixar.
What makes this film so great is it delivers
to the young and old alike.
It has a far more human feeling, like getting
caught up in the story by being a part of it.
It's 3-D adventure and high-flying fun
as 78-year-old Carl decides to go on the trip of a lifetime.
It's a cliffhanger, complete with soaring
houses, talking dogs, zeppelins, exotic birds, and a literal
Pixar scores again with this animated tale
of what life is really about.
Pixar's latest animated film, Up,
is not quite as excellent as last year's Wall-e, but it is a
firm, dependable, and in some ways new style of fantasy adventure.
It stirs up comedy, action, and drama into
a complete total, a satisfying picture that is most likely to
please all but the most ill-tempered souls.
There are some great times in the movie,
and it may be the most humorous thing Pixar has done in a long