Disney Movie Up Analysis

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Most children’s movies are the same, offering mild humor with the same generic ending. Disney’s movie Up, is an animated adventure comedy. In the movie, Carl Fredrickson is an elder balloon salesmen who loses his wife. He wants to fulfill their dream of living in South America on Paradise Falls. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and heads off. During his trip he encounters many problems including a colorful bird, an annoying kid, talking dogs, and criminals. When first hearing about this movie, it didn’t sound too exciting. I expected it to be another childish Disney movie. After watching it, my entire view of the film changed. The movie Up is the perfect movie for people of all ages to watch because of its amazing plot, humorous …show more content…
There needs to be parts that make the audience feel sad or angry so the upcoming humourous parts seem even more funny. It also needs to contain a climax with a complete ending. The producers of Up created all the key components perfectly in this movie. The movie starts by making the audience sad. This feeling doesn’t last long because it is followed by many humorous parts. The climax is perfect and is found when the main character meets his childhood hero who turns out to be a villain. This unexpected turn of events make the audience feel anger towards the villain. This makes the movie even funnier when the bad guys experiences hardships and mild pain. It ends happily answering all of the important questions the audience may have. The plot is extremely well developed, making it a great movie in this …show more content…
Luckily, Pete Docter and Bob Peterson were in charge of Up. The two have experience in the fields of writing, acting, and directing. They work exceptionally well in this movie. The directors worked in a theme, or overall message of the movie. After watching, the audience learns that some of the most exciting adventures in life are the ones we do not look for. This is a strong message that is hinted throughout the entire movie. Almost everyone has a favorite movie. It might be a favorite because it’s scary, action-packed, or just a good all-round movie. Disney’s movie Up is by far my favorite. Every aspect of the film is great. At first glance it looked like a little kid movie, but after watching it I realized it was so much more. The movie Up is a very humorous film with a climactic plot that had good directors and actors. I would recommend this movie to

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