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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Set in a suburban fantasy world, Disney-Pixar's "Onward" introduces two teenage elf brothers who embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still a little magic left out there.

Cast

  • Tom Holland
  • Chris Pratt
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus
  • Octavia Spencer
  • Ali Wong
  • John Ratzenberger
  • Lena Waithe
  • Mel Rodriguez
  • Grey Griffin
  • Tracey Ullman

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Verified Review
#seeingitagain
#mustsee
#familyfriendly
#great
#inspiring
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#heartpounding

My daughter and I loved it, she cried throughout most of the movie and she is 25 years old. Beautiful story!!!

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Ana Maria S
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Pixar finally comes back to creating original stories, of which they are best at. As an older brother myself this film seems to hit the right places and give me the feels. This film is very entertaining and never boring. It can also be viewed a second time to pull apart the many deep themes and messages within it. Though not the best Pixar movie, it deserves to be seen.

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Kelton J

Metacritic

67
Mar 3, 2020

Even at a relatively brief hour and 37 minutes, the familiar contours of Scanlon's story line struggle to conjure the wonder that Pixar’s most transcendent movies do; instead of truly new, it’s mostly old things borrowed, and tinted blue.

Metacritic review by Leah Greenblatt
Leah Greenblatt
Entertainment Weekly
60
Mar 3, 2020

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. But first you have to cut through the noise.

Metacritic review by Peter Travers
Peter Travers
Rolling Stone
67
Feb 26, 2020

It’s a fine movie: cute, clever, moving, and engagingly-told, an altogether painless confirmation of what we should all agree is Pixar’s basic aptitude for keeping kids’ asses in seats and parents from pulling out their hair.

K. Austin Collins
Vanity Fair