Set in a suburban fantasy world, two teenage elf brothers embark on a quest to discover if there is still magic out there.
As we've come to expect from Pixar's better efforts, kids will be spellbound and adults will be made to weep.| Read in full: Onward movie review We Love Cinema
There’s a fair bit of wit and fun, and some tender moments, although the attitude towards death isn’t nearly as radically powerful as it was in the 2017 Pixar/Disney classic Coco.The Guardian
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The bold, detailed animation is up to Pixar’s usual vertiginously high standards where facial expressions are nuanced and blue elf hair can get noticeably mussed, but of far more importance is Scanlon’s poignant script and the expressive vocal work, particularly of Holland and Pratt who here are masters of meek and loveably dumb, respectively.Sight & Sound