Director: Pete Docter, Bob Peterson
Writers: Pete Docter, Bob Peterson, Tom McCarthy
Starring: Edward Asner, Christopher Plummer, Jordan Nagai, Bob Peterson, Delroy Lindo, Jerome Langford, John Ratzenberger, David Kaye / Elle Docter / Jeremy Leary / Mikay McGowan / Danny Mann / Donald Frylov / Jess Hamel / Josh Cooley / Pete Docter/…
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Adventure / Animation
Region: United States
Released: 2009-08-04 (Mainland China) / 2009-05-13 (Cannes Film Festival) / 2009-05-29 (USA)
Length: 96 minutes
Also known as: Rescue the Soldiers (Hong Kong) / The Miracle Beyond the Sky (Taiwan) / The Adventures of Up House
Rating: IMDB 8.3 / Rotten Tomatoes 98%
The little boy Carl (Carl Fredricksen) has a love for adventure and meets the tomboy Ellie (Ellie), and Ellie’s whole house as a big spaceship game actually makes him a little fascinated by this girl. Became a lifelong lover.
They had a dream, that one day they would go to explore the “Wonderland Falls” in South America, but until Ellie’s death, this dream could not be realized. Finally one day, the old man Carl, who used to specialize in balloons, dragged his house into the sky with colorful balloons. He decided to realize their unrealized dreams. What Carl didn’t expect was that a little boy called Russell (Russell) who claimed to be a “wilderness pioneer” was caught on the porch. Russell’s chattering made Carl very annoying to this little chubby guy.
The old and the young finally saw the legendary “Fairyland Waterfall” after going through all kinds of difficulties and dangers during the flight. During the process of getting along, Karl discovered that Ronaldinho was actually a lovely child. While walking through a forest, they meet Kevin, a flightless bird, Dug, a talking dog, and to the old man’s surprise, their teenage idol— —Explorer Charles Muntz (Charles Muntz), and he discovered that Muntz is actually a bad guy who will do anything to achieve his goals. At this time, the old man is only one step away from his dream land…
The film won two awards at the 82nd Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Soundtrack.
Up is a 2009 animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Pete Docter. The film tells the story of a retired balloon salesman named Carl Fredricksen who sets out on an adventure to fulfill his lifelong dream of traveling to South America.
Up is known for its emotional storytelling, stunning animation, and memorable characters. The film’s opening sequence, which depicts Carl’s life with his late wife Ellie, has become one of the most iconic and heart-wrenching scenes in animated film history.
The film explores themes of loss, aging, and the importance of human connection, while also delivering plenty of humor and adventure. The relationship between Carl and his young companion, a wilderness explorer named Russell, is particularly charming and touching.
Upon its release, Up was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $700 million worldwide and winning two Academy Awards, including Best Animated Feature. It remains a beloved film among audiences of all ages, with its emotional resonance and timeless themes continuing to resonate with viewers today.
Overall, Up is a masterful work of animation that captures the beauty and complexity of the human experience. Its emotional depth and heartfelt storytelling make it a must-watch for anyone who loves great storytelling and unforgettable characters.