Onward Reviews

  • Onward
    • Genre : Animation, Fantasy, Adventure
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    • MPAA Rating : -
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    • Studio : Walt Disney Pictures
    • Official Site : http://facebook.com/pixaronward/
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Movie Reviews

  • this big-hearted reworking of fantasy and emotional family bonds embodies the Pixar touch so well you can't help but root for its success and enjoy the ride
    Review rate : B by Eric Kohn [IndieWire ]
  • the studio's latest film is a sweet, inventive, and original story of two brothers growing up in a fantasy universe that's lost its edge; a warm, gentle film that doesn't try to merely dazzle the audience with wild fantasy visuals
    by David Sims [The Atlantic ]
  • the animation studio conjures some of the old magic with a touching tale of childhood grief and brotherly bonding
    4 of 5 by Steve Rose [The Guardian ]
  • Pixar's charming fantasy "Onward" mixes laughs and tears with sword and sorcery
    3 of 4 by Brian Truitt [USA Today ]
  • one of the best original Pixar movies in a while, "Onward" is very funny but also touchingly sentimental
    4 of 5 by James Mottram [South China Morning Post ]
  • it's transcendent, cathartic, structurally smart and delivers a soulful narrative twist. It's painful, but in the best way
    4 of 5 by Kevin Maher [The Times (UK) ]
  • it's a touching, lovingly crafted oddity; What makes this one pretty good, and sometimes inspired, is that despite the occasional canned sentiment or overly familiar conflict, all those emotions seem to spring naturally from the story's intricate roots
    by Justin Chang [Los Angeles Times ]
  • in the end, "Onward" delivers a charmingly magical and genuinely heartfelt adventure movie that's sure to entertain the whole family
    3 of 5 by Molly Freeman [ScreenRant ]
  • heart-pumping, resonant, and positively harmonious; it's a strong framework for some of Pixar's most elegant storytelling of recent years - a satisfying hum of adventure plotting, emotional arcs and comedy that all remain perfectly in sync
    5 of 5 by Ben Travis [Empire Magazine ]

Reader's Reviews

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