Family • PG • 2020 • 1 hr 43 min
It really hits harder when you have a good relationship with your sibling, but it’s a great movie if you truly empathize with the characters
It's a nice blend of geekiness and customary Pixar heartfelt emotions.
Cute and family-friendly, it doesn't try to be too much, like some other recent Pixars. Just light and fun adventure. Exactly what I wanted.
I loved the fantasy world is created in film. Underrated film i think
Pixar does it again and brings us a story of brotherhood leaving us with some good life lessons and good feelings.
You’ll have a great time and also an oportunity to think about some interesting stuff. I highly recommend it.
I would say there was not as much effort put in this Pixar movie, but it was pretty good
Great Pixar movie. It's quite basic but such a good movie. The characters and voice acting are both incredible. Also great emotional scenes.
For those who grew up without a father, this is definitely a good one. Otherwise it’s just an average film, not in a bad way though.
Mediocre modern Pixar. Inoffensive but boring.
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