Saturday, June 6, 2009

REVIEW: Up In Disney Digital 3D

Up (In 3D)

Ed Asner, Christopher Plummer

May 29, 2009


Walt Disney Pictures,
Pixar Animation Studios

Pete Doctor, Bob Peterson

1 hour 36 minutes



WARNING!!!!!!!!! This review contains spoilers to the film and if you haven't seen the film yet, DON'T READ THIS REVIEW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pixar has done it again with its 10th film, (and the first to be in 3D) Up. Up is about Carl Fredrickson, when as a kid was a quiet kind of boy. One day, he meets a tomboy named Ellie and discovers that they both have the same intrest in exploring the world like their hero, famed explorer Charles Muntz. Ellie expresses her desire to move her clubhouse to Paradise Falls in South America, a promise she makes Carl keep. As the years go by, Carl and Ellie get married and rebuild Ellie's old clubhouse into their new home. One day, Carl realizes Ellie still hasn't fufilled her dream. Therefore, Carl buys two tickets to South America for him and Ellie. Unfortunately, before Carl and Ellie get to go, Ellie passes away due to old age. Years go by and Carl is still sad that Ellie didn't fufill her dream. After an incident involving his broken mailbox, Carl is ordered by court to move into a retiering home. Therefore, in order to fufill his wife's dream, Carl must travel to Paradise Falls. You're probably asking, "how is he going to do this?" Well, Carl goes to South America in style: Baloons attached to his house that lift him in the air! When Carl does this, he finds Russell, a boy scout who wants to earn his one badge in order to become a senior boy scout. This film is unique in its own way. What made the movie so visionary was the plot, the casting, and the design. How they actually designed this film is spectacular to think about. Pixar, get ready to win another Oscar because of this hell of a movie you just made. So I just have one more thing to say: Kudos to Up, Pixar!
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