Untitled Pixar Animation Project (\N)

Untitled Pixar Animation Project (\N)
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Joe is a middle-school band teacher whose life hasn't quite gone the way he expected. His true passion is jazz -- and he's good. But when he travels to another realm to help someone find their passion, he soon discovers what it means to have soul.

  • Absolutely incredible. by 10

    Pixar has done it again! This film is nothing short of amazing. The animation, story, and voice cast are all stunning. Pixar has continually upped their game and Soul is another masterpiece they can add to their library of artwork. I enjoyed every magical moment of this film.

    Oh, and be sure to have tissues handy when you watch! Like most Pixar films, Soul will pull at your heartstrings.

  • What A Masterpiece by 7

    BFI London #1Wolfwalker is better but this is the best of Pixar since Inside Out

  • Finding your inspiration! by 10

    Loved this movie all about finding out what makes each person unique and feel inspired by a passion, hobby or whatever . I highly recommend this movie!

  • Another Pixar's classic by 10

    It's another Pixar's classic, Pete Doctre finally able to bring another Pixar's classic on the table. This movie will remembered and definitely will win 2021 best animated features Oscar.

  • Soul is Pixar's crowning achievement. by 9

    Transcending the depths of their most introspective films, every facet of this film comes together beautifully to create an emotional symphony, resulting in a heartbreakingly optimistic narrative that will change the way you view life itself. This has to be a "top three most mature Pixar film" thus far as we are dealing with much more than what my mind could have comprehended at that a young age. Thankfully, the wonderfully written plot is presented in a colorful, visually outstanding, and authentic way. It is given to us in a way that allows us to comprehend it.We are dealing with life, death, before, after, what it means to live, and what changes would you make to how you live. This all feels like too much for kids, but the script allows it all to come together beautifully and the creative storytelling just taps deep into our hearts. The movie may not have the nostalgic impact or laugh-out-loud sense of humor as other Pixar greats do, but "Soul" knocks it out of the park nonetheless.Certain moments can be too playful for it's own good but there's a scene that comes close to rivaling the creation sequence of the Tree of Life, which should tell you how much I love it. Everything from the production design to the score, to the lighting, and the direction are just next level. It's truly unforgettable.