Up Movie From Disney-ca1835

Movies-TV Have you ever wondered if helium filled balloons could take you up, up and away? Who hasn’t, right? Well, it turns out that at least a couple of people have actually tried it. From the Academy Award-nominated director Pete Docter (Monsters, Inc.), Disney/Pixars Up invites you on a hilarious journey into a lost world, with the least likely duo on Earth. Up will be presented in Disney Digital 3D in select theaters. Up, from the director of Monsters, Inc. and the writers of Wall-E and Ratatouille, two of the best animated films ever, is about an old man named Carl Fredricksen, who, facing eviction from his quaint little home that is the last barrier to a major construction project, decides to set out on the adventure he always dreamed of: to go see Paradise Falls (a la Angel Falls) in South America. Of course, unwilling to let people tear down his house, he does this via an unconventional way by attaching thousands of helium balloons, uprooting his foundation and floating away, with the creature .forts of his own living room intact. Too bad the chubby, annoying Boy Scout is stuck on his deck. After tampering with the artistic (Ratatouille) and the unique (Wall-E), its good to see Pixar go back to basics and deliver a quintessential childrens movie. Both Ratatouille and Wall-E were amazing, but skewed just a little older due to their originality and focus. Up, of course, shows the same ingenuity as Pixars other films, but has more of the stuff that little kids will eat up: funny birds, talking dogs, grumpy old men, chubby adventurers and evil villains. Parents dont have to be worried about their little children getting bored, as Im sure a few were during the first half of Wall-E. The great thing is that the funny birds, talking dogs, grumpy old men, chubby adventurers and evil villains are a riot even for adults. Up is Pixars funniest movie, as the jokes, writing and direction are pitch-perfect nearly every time. Dug, the lovable talking dog (he can talk because he has a collar that allows him to), is one of the best and funniest characters to .e along in a long time. The decision to give the evil Doberman Pinscher henchdog a malfunctioning squeaky voice had people laughing so hard I missed half of his dialogue. And then there are the little things, like the chubby Boy Scout unable to climb a rope or not sure whether he needs to dig a hole before or after taking a poo (I figured it out! Its before!), that had people cracking up. Kids will love it, and adults will, too. But other studios are able to make funny, adventure-filled movies, too. Kung Fu Panda .es to mind. The difference, though, is that Pixar is able to add an emotional, real-world layer that the other studios have yet, or simply chosen not, to do. Some sad things happen early on in the film, and Pixar is able to tug at the heartstrings just enough without bogging down their film with sentimentality. At Ups core, theres emotion, which is more than can be said about most other animated films. Its just incredible that the .pany is able to do this time and time again with their products. Synopsis 78-year-old balloon salesman Carl Fredricksen finally fulfills his lifelong dream of a great adventure when he ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare has stowed away on the trip: an overly optimistic 8-year-old Wilderness Explorer named Russell. Their journey to a lost world, where they encounter some strange, exotic and surprising characters, is filled with hilarity, emotion and wildly imaginative adventure. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: