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June 01, 2012
this movie was great.i love the pixar films because they are touching and heart warming. ill give you my favorite pixar films. they are. 1.UP 2.cars 3.monsters inc 4.WALL-E 5.ratatoullie 6.toy story 2 7.the incredibles 8.finding nemo. 9.a bugs life 10.toy story
December 15, 2011
OMG!!! This is one of my favorite movies ever!!!! Great animation,hilarious,and tells a great story. I would definatley give this movie a-five-star- rating!!!
May 12, 2010
for ejchalms ..its a kid movie for crying out loud..and not to mention a cartoon.. are you serious?? and Gabed27 it wasnt that funny.. i wouldnt be telling anyone that your balls fell off.
April 16, 2010
this movie is stupid and unrealistic. how the %$&^ do dogs drive planes!!! and the old guy wold have had a heart attack. and that one exploror guy would have been so old he would be dead. the best part was the credits.
March 08, 2010
this was such a fabulous movie!!! as i have always been-i'll say it again- i am in absolute love with Pixar and it's many kid-loves-it-mom-cries-her-eyes-out movies.Up had so much potential and it used every last bit of it. and how simply true the title is! Up. a different meaning for everyone... this was definetly one of my favorite movies from 2009- if not my favorite! I would recomend this
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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