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Pixar Animation Studios
Walt Disney Pictures
Academy Award Nominated
Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated
Annie Award for Best Animated Feature Nominated
Annie Award for Best Animated Feature Winning
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film Nominated
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film Winning
88th Academy Awards Nominated
Indiewire's 100 Best Movies of the 2010s
June 18, 2015
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So... this kinda blew me away completely. Mature, subtle, and absolutely ingenious. Some of Pixar's best, and arguably most tragic characters (particularly Sadness). A very strong and adult script that I'm sure will challenge even the smartest smug know-it-all to keep up. Some pretty damn funny moments too, as expected in a Pixar movie. I wouldn't put this alongside the Toy Stories and Wall-E's of the world, but Goddamn, after years of busts, PIXAR IS BACK. If the Academy doesn't even try to put this in the Best Picture race, fuck them so hard.
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A beautiful film. Much more adult than I had anticipated. Maybe not that fun for the young-uns? Also packs a pretty decent emotional punch. 9/10.
Well I finally saw this and as I expected, I liked it, but as much as most people. It is emotional, funny, and entertaining, but it lacks the magic of the Pixar classics.
One of Pixar's best films. A truly original idea.
I didn't expect this movie to be so deep and sad. It's rare for a movie to be colourful enough for kids to enjoy and complex enough for everyone else. As well as being sweet and occasionally funny, it really got me thinking about myself, the importance of my emotions and my own background. Fantastic movie!