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Coming on 19 June 2020. About a middle-school jazz teacher, Joe, who dies and goes to the You Seminar, a place where souls are made into individuals. (?) Then as a soul, goes on a cosmic adventure to get back to Earth.

 

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross doing the score :omg:

Directed by Pete Docter

 

Joe - Jamie Foxx

Joe’s mother - Phylicia Rashad

Joe’s nemesis - Daveed Diggs

22, a helpful soul - Tina Fey

Curly, a drummer - Questlove

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13 hours ago, JohnC said:

Skipping cinema and going to Disney+ on Christmas Day. Unlike Mulan, it doesn't cost extra either. Noice.

 

Still going to cinemas in countries without D+.

 

Assuming this is for US consumers only, and anyone else can wait for a random date in March? Or actually released worldwide? Would be a first for a Pixar film, I'd usually import the US DVD or Blu-ray just as the same film opened in the UK...

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1 hour ago, englishbob said:

 

Assuming this is for US consumers only, and anyone else can wait for a random date in March? Or actually released worldwide? Would be a first for a Pixar film, I'd usually import the US DVD or Blu-ray just as the same film opened in the UK...

It appears to be anywhere Disney+ is available at that time.

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Inside out is terrible. The first 20 mins is classic Pixar, absolutely brilliant. But then just turns into utter balls, characters running around chasing the thing for the rest of the film.

 

if it had concentrated on the moody teenager struggling through life, 5-6 classic behaviours and scenarios, and how the numbskulls deal with it, and how they individually overcome stuff and go on same journey.....it would have been possibly the best Pixar film.

 

but it was just utter shit instead. Total missed opportunity 

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I was lucky enough to see this yesterday. It's a really beautiful film.

 

No story spoilers but I'll hide them just incase- 

 

Spoiler

 

Its quite an abstract concept, so I'm not sure how much it will appeal to young kids. 

 

The main themes explore the things that do and don't matter in life. And when things seem desperate and meaningless it can be the little things that can get you by. It really stuck with me afterwards and I'm looking forward to seeing it again. I hope everyone enjoys sobbing their eyes out on Christmas day. 

 

 

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