Soul Reviews

  • Soul
    • Genre : Animation, Adventure, Comedy
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    • MPAA Rating : -
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    • Studio : Walt Disney Pictures
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  • while not quite offering the emotional gut-punch it promises, its many ideas never completely cohering, "Soul" is nevertheless a gorgeous and tender existential trip. It's full of surprises
    3 of 5 by Alex Godfrey [Empire Magazine ]
  • this densely packed, exquisitely executed and just a teensy bit batshit film is peak Pixar. It's a vintage mix of the company's intricate storytelling, complex emotional intelligence, technical prowess and cerebral whimsy on dexamethasone
    by Leslie Felperin [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • it is hard to think of another film this year so rich in character or so powerful in its emotional weight. Pixar had the ambition to make something as life-affirming and inspiring as A Matter of Life and Death for children. And they succeeded
    5 of 5 by Liam Macleod [HeyUGuys ]
  • a hugely inventive tale about living life to the full that never, ever feels saccharine; Although there's plenty for kids to enjoy, this feels like the most adult-themed Pixar movie yet, featuring stunning animation and delightful, witty characters
    4.5 of 5 by James Mottram [South China Morning Post ]
  • "Soul" represents the very best the studio has to offer: beauty, humour, heart, and a gut-punch of an existential crisis. The children will laugh and cheer; the adults will sob until their muscles ache
    5 of 5 by Clarisse Loughrey [Independent (UK) ]
  • "Soul" remains a captivating journey. Like some of the best jazz compositions, it uses a traditional framework to veer off in many unexpected directions, so that even the inevitable end point feels just right
    Review rate : A- by Kaleem Aftab [IndieWire ]
  • "Soul" is perhaps the most existentially ambitious film ever attempted by Disney and yet it pops with colorful visuals and gentle wisdom while the story clips along despite the dizzying height of the concept
    by Jason Solomons [The Wrap ]

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