Movie Up
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Movie Up

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My kids love this movie!

Up is one of the cutest and the funniest movies that I have ever seen. It is full of adventure and joy. Perfect movie for people of any age. My 16 year old daughter, 23 year old son, husband and I watch this movie on blue ray. And we simply enjoyed the quality of the picture, the story line and the message that it shared. Very good movie and I definitely recommend this movie for children of all ages.

Amazingly done movie. I highly recommend it!

My husband and I went with another couple we all thought this movie was great! Disney, in my book, never fails! This movie was very family friendly, and fun for all ages!

Fantastic! Loved, Loved, Loved the dog! I'm buying when it comes out!

I took a 7 year old and a 5 year old to see it and it sort of frightened them. The villain is a super villain and pretty intimidating. The 5 year old asked me to cover her eyes when he appeared. The old man and the boy were adorable, as was Doug the Dog, but the rest of the dogs were way over the top (if your child even has a mild fear of barking dogs, this will scare the snot out of them as it did to my 7 year old). The thunderstorm scene and some of the more intense music was also a little off-putting for the kids. I think part of the problem was that it was just played way too loudly! Overall, though, the plot was good and the storyline was entertaining. I would not rank it as a top Disney movie (and I have seen and own them all...), but it was good.

Such a cute movie about a boy, an old man, some animals, and a floating house. It had a good story line and some hidden cliches. Dog is too funny. I didn't see the 3-D version but I hear that was even better. Parents, watch out for some part that might be a little scary to little ones. It also had some adult themes while dealing with loss and getting older. I liked that the hero wasn't your typical hero, but more of an average kid.