Short version: ehh, just another goddamn spectacular Pixar movie.
Slightly longer review: that previous sentence is possibly only really valid if you happen to be an old-school tabletop roleplaying game fanatic. If you are not, then I assume ONWARD is a good Pixar film about family and trying to figure out how you fit in and the rest of it. But if you are into, say Second Edition AD&D, then ONWARD is a goddamn spectacular Pixar movie. It’s so nice to be pandered to: I wished it happened more often.
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… were you able to tell if it’s also effective on those in “the age of snark and silence” (i.e. 11-15), or is it just a pander to the dad set?
That I dunno. The kid-kids liked it, I know that much.
Kinda thinkin’ of taking youngest niece and nephew, concern is she’s is in the age .. and the snark is thick with that one!
Popcorn and a candy of her choice will likely be sufficient bribe to get her into a seat, and after that .. Pixar may try their majik ..
Brooding snarkiness, you say? I see Uncle Cat has been an effective influence. 😉
The snark, sure, but .. I’m not broody about it ..
Oh, I meant no disrespect. Just in my experience some amount of brooding comes with the whole Cat package inherently. nttawwt.
I might just have to see a movie at the theater.
(The last two were Pacific Rim and Guardians of the Galaxy, and I’m too lazy to look up which came last.)
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