Release Date Up May 29, 2009 Wide
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Movie Overview For Up
Trailer For Up
Actors For UpEdward Asner,Christopher Plummer,John Ratzenberger,Bob Peterson,Jordan Nagai,Delroy Lindo,Jérôme Ranft,Paul Eiding,David Kaye,Elie Docter,Jeremy Leary
Genres Up : Action & Adventure,Animation,Kids & Family,Comedy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For UpUser Ranting Up : 3.5
User Percentage For Up : 86 %
User Count Like for Up : 1,018,696
All Critics Ranting For Up : 8.6
All Critics Count For Up : 280
All Critics Percentage For Up : 98 %
Review For UpFunny and poignant and full of life, Up easily qualifies as one of the best movies of the year so far. Go with someone you care about.
The movie is packed with lovely jokes, some of them funny in inexplicable ways.
David Denby-New Yorker
The key to Pixar's success has always been the perfect blend of heart and humor -- and they've certainly done it again here.
Ben Mankiewicz-At the Movies
This is really special.
Ben Lyons-At the Movies
An exquisite work of cinematic art that also happens to be the funniest, most touching, most exciting and most entertaining movie released so far this year.
Lou Lumenick-New York Post
Its charms appear to have been applied with surgical precision; by the end, I felt expertly sutured, but not much else.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
Has more heart and soul in its tiniest pixel than most competitors' movies can boast in their entirety.
The pacing is perfect, the animation looks terrific, the emotional range is wide, and there are a few sly jokes you might not catch the first time around. That's okay; you'll want to see it a second time anyway.
Hank Sartin-Time Out Chicago
As corny as it sounds, Up soars to new animation heights.
James Plath-Movie Metropolis
No matter how you look at it, through the innocent eyes of a child or the wider, wiser worldview of an adult, the bright, buoyant Up brims with imagination, adventure, humor and heart.
Neil Pond-American Profile
The most successful moments use screenwriter Peterson's rapid-fire witty dialogue and sight gags.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
Everything else is up to the studio's usual standard, blending gorgeous and imaginative (but never gimmicky) animation with zippy storytelling, heartfelt sadness and laughs.
Matt Soergel-Florida Times-Union
You never know what you're going to get with this sort of thing, if people will sit on their laurels and bask in the concept or go to the effort of working out a compelling story. Luckily the folks at Pixar aren't known for taking the easy way out.
...an animated masterpiece...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
Adventure is about escaping death's closure, but it's also about clinging to life's openness - letting one escapade's end evolve into something new. "Up" is a tremendously affecting story of indomitable love, infectious spirit and embraced possibilities.
Has there ever been a bolder moment in a children's film than one in which the lead character essentially sets off on his final journey into the heavens?
A vibrantly bubbly exploration of how life's great adventures can stem from death's gloomy depths
Matthew Pejkovic-Matt's Movie Reviews
The first from Pixar to be filmed in Disney Digital 3-D, Up looks and sounds great. The script is charming, touching and altogether delightful; the voice talent perfectly suited to the characters.
Jean Lowerison-San Diego Metropolitan
Disney/Pixar's Up is a triumphant masterstroke for the studio and their Teflon reputation.
Brian Orndorf-Dark Horizons
Up has much to offer kids but more to offer adults. We're so entertained we don't realize we're exploring tough questions. How faithful are we in the promises we make?
Jeffrey Overstreet-Looking Closer
Don't be surprised if Up is sitting pretty atop our top 10 films of the year list come the New Year.
Sam Bathe-Fan The Fire
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
Once the balloons make their grand, eye-popping entrance in a kaleidoscope of color and texture, the film becomes chaotic and silly, and coasts downhill for the remainder.
One of Pixar's most emotionally satisfying creations.
Dan Jardine-Apollo Guide