Up :- Watch Up on Youtube on Fire, Pixar isn’t infallible. Sometimes it’s important to remind ourselves that. Cars was formula-brand fare. And, truth be told, after its spellbinding first half hour, Wall-E went strictly downhill. But then, along comes a film like Up, a film so fantastically buoyant, so soaring and so universal, that it’s hard to check the urge to get down on one’s knees before the cinema screen and give thanks for the joy of being a moviegoer in an age when this animation studio has produced a run of brilliant titles that compares with the golden era of late-1930s Disney. Written and directed by the team of Pete Docter (Monsters, Inc.) and Bob Peterson (who part-scripted Finding Nemo), Up actually begins in the 1930s. A wordless montage depicting the relationship between Carl and Ellie Fredricksen lasts barely five minutes but offers in compacted form more laughter, sorrow and swooning beauty than exists in the aggregated output of ninety-nine per cent of Hollywood’s output in any given year. And there, suddenly, is Ellie, another youngster magicked by the distant worlds invoked by Muntz. Together they plot and scheme, fall in love, get married, buy a ramshackle home they work hard to fix up. They save every spare dime in a jar so that, one happy day, they can pay for a trip to the legendary Paradise Falls. But the bills mount, their funds dip, and, in a couple of heartbreaking shots, they’re shown dealing with the fact that they’ll never be able to have children.
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Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Release: 29 May 2009 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 8.3/10
Director: Pete Docter, Bob Peterson
Stars: Edward Asner, Jordan Nagai, John Ratzenberger