//August 05, 2009//
Every people sail out to the ocean of life in search of their own adventure. Some followed their destiny, live prosper enough to finally reach their desired goals. Some found an intersection, turned the other direction and continued on a different adventure. And some, found himself stuck on a journey, he looked around and realize that it is too late to accept that he no longer had life-along partner to share the adventure.
Up, up, and away, Carl Fredericksen flies, to reach the dream. To get the adventure he always waits for.
Pixar’s UP brought up the new height standard to every animated movie, it is called SIMPLICITY. At the first 10 minutes, I already cried. The 4 ½ minutes of silent moment portrayed the Carl and Ellie’s live was an Oscar material and what people called a picture perfect of life. I cried, a lot (as every PIXAR film I watched, I always cried on the first place). Two simple dreams have just made an adventure way more exciting and beautiful than every PIXAR films. I didn’t say that this is the best PIXAR film (I still say it is Toy Story), but it is the most heartwarming and heart melting so far. The idea of house that fly doesn’t quietly original, but what made it so beautiful is that, they made the most simple story on PIXAR history and still able to deliver an amazing film. Another great thing about the movie is they may not have Randy Newman anymore, but Michael Giacchino is one hell of a great musician. He just made the saddest scoring of this decade. I just have to rose up once again, and giving a standing applause, for ten films in a row. I just wonder when I can cope out with all of you, but believe me, someday I will.
Recommended Consensus: Everyone who reviewed this movie must be lost of words to describe the adventure they had at the cinema and what they can take home afterwards. Too beautiful to be missed.