Unencumbered by a political agenda, Up flies much higher than Wall-E.

The story, by writer-directors Bob Peterson and Pete Docter, returns to Pixar‘s focus on human interest. The setup in Act I is done MOS and subtly enough that kids are spared the heartbreak that adults will feel. Carl, voiced by Ed Asner, is lovably irascible and Russell, voiced by Jordan Nagai, steals the film.

I highly recommend Up for anyone who enjoyed any other Pixar movie.


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