Lacks one of the most important trademarks of a Pixar film: imagination. The artistry is there, but it doesn’t have an inspired vision.
An animated movie that’s a very lazy metaphor for puberty and womanhood. Yes, really.
Pixar’s stunning new animated film is a beautiful ode to the pure joy of living.
The heavy themes of loss and the meaning of family will likely resonate with those who’ve lost a loved one and still yearn for one more day.
“Toy Story 4” explodes with the very thing on which Pixar built its foundation: a goldmine of creativity.
The Incredibles themselves are a family of unappealing, irritating, paper-thin characters. They’re lame superheroes who don’t really accomplish much.