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    theringer.comScott Tobias12/29/2011 min
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    • DellwoodBarker1 year ago

      “So … uh ... what happens next?”

      “We come back tomorrow night and do it all again,” she replies.

      *Yes 🙌 & Yes 👍🏽 & Yes 👏🏽 *

      Beautiful. I look forward to Experiencing this film.

    • Pegeen
      Top reader this weekReading streakScoutScribe
      1 year ago

      The only Pixar movie I have seen was Toy Story. And I loved it. Pete Docter sounds like he has continued to write imaginative movies that have depth, meaning and content that makes one reflect and think. This is what is needed within the animated “children’s genre” because perhaps the adults have gotten too busy to actually pause and ponder what’s really important in life.

    • bill
      Top reader of all timeScout
      1 year ago

      Awesome. The last paragraph is excellent. And this:

      achieving a long-held dream is not actually the point of being alive.

    • Ruchita_Ganurkar1 year ago

      Pete Docter worked profoundly for Pixar. Soul & Up has cultivated life meaning in adults & children also.

      How life's mechanism operates our dreams & we feel lucky to achieve it whereas death & life is the ultimate truth presents Soul.

      Then the touching lesson of Up is that life’s adventures don’t always take the form you might have expected or planned.

      Soul & Up both are about characters who come to understand that achieving a long-held dream is not actually the point of being alive.