Disney / Pixar has released another official teaser of the upcoming and already acclaimed “Soul” animation.
The film will be the studio’s first to release direct to streaming Disney + on December 25. The plot explores the spiritual world in an exciting way and through music.
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– Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) November 16, 2020
On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature opened with a Perfect Score (100%), scoring 7.78 / 10 based on 19 reviews to date.
Check it out, with the reviews:
“It’s sad, fun and beautifully done” – Times (UK).
“For anyone who has ever felt that this wasn’t enough, ‘Soul’ suggests accepting that life isn’t something you can figure out the first time around” – Little White Lies.
“’Soul’ is possibly the most existentially ambitious film Disney has made” – TheWrap.
“An original story about living life to the fullest without being saccharine” – South China Morning Post.
“It’s hard to think of another movie that’s this rich or so powerful.” – HeyUGuys.
In the plot, Joe Garner is a high school music teacher who dreamed of becoming a jazz musician and ultimately got the chance to impress other musicians during an open rehearsal at the Half Note Club. However, an accident causes your soul to be separated from your body and transported to “You Seminary,” a center where souls develop and acquire passions before being transported to a newborn baby. Joe must work with soul-in-training, like 22-year-old, a soul with a dark outlook on life after years of imprisonment at You Seminar, in order to return to Earth.
Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey lead the main cast, bringing Professor Joe Gardner and the soul known as 22 to life, respectively. Questlove, Daveed Diggs and Phylicia Rashad also lend their voices for the feature film.
Additionally, the film will be primarily music driven, bringing names like Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and Jon Baptiste to an original soundtrack with strong ties to jazz.
Pete Docter and Ken Powers are the directors.
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