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August 06, 2009
i have never cried hard than in this movie. it was a good cry though! i absolutely loved this movie! it is amazing! i cannot wait for it to come out on dvd!
June 27, 2009
I don't know what movie you people saw, but I thought this was one of the best movies (let alone Pixar) that I have seen in awhile-and I see A LOT of movies. I saw it first with my husband. We laughed, we cried, and laughed, and cried some more. I took my 10 year-old neice to see it tonight. She thought it was great. I think they told the background story the man's life with his wife BEAUTIFULLY.
June 24, 2009
This is one of the most beautiful stories ever told. The characters are lovable and endearing, and finally an animated film with real life human matters that we will all experience, and some we have already experienced. But I don't get the hate that is in the negative criticisms from johnQ Public? I can understand someone being disappointed in a film or just not liking it that's fine, but the
June 15, 2009
I saw this Saturday with my dad and it was very cute. I love the dog and bird. The 3-d aspect was a bit lacking, but overall a good movie. My dad liked it as well. It is a tad sad at the start, but it had to be to understand Carl. It's life. Not all is happy times. I loved all the characters!
June 14, 2009
I think this movie was excellent. I didn't find anything distasteful. Infertility was never mentioned and neither was child abandonment. I don't know what some people were watching. They're afraid to let their kids see this movie but when these same kids turn 15 they have no problem letting them pierce their naval or leave the house with no clothes on. I find that interesting.
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The result is a soaring, touching, funny and altogether buoyant movie that lives up to its title in spirit and in form. Full Review
Easily the summer's, and probably the year's, most enchanting movie, Up is a buoyant delight. Full Review
Up is Pixar's most ambitious attempt yet to take animation to higher (and deeper) places than it's been before, and Giacchino's sprightly music keeps the whole thing, impossibly, aloft. Full Review
Up is not as transcendent as last year's "WALL-E," and doesn't rank near the top of Pixar's pantheon of great features, but it's a solid (and in some ways innovative) fantasy adventure that mixes comedy, action, and drama into a satisfying whole. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
I'm still left, though, with an unshakable sense of Up being rushed and sketchy, a collection of lovely storyboards that coalesced incompletely or not at all. Full Review