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Since it is likely that many of you have had the chance to see Pixar’s latest gem Up — and if you’re like me, you may be heading out to see it again today — it is time to have a little discussion. And as we’ve been doing all summer, we would like to open up a forum where you can voice your opinion, give your own review, show off your stuff and see if you can do it more eloquently than we did in our reviews.

But first, here are some articles that you might find to be useful primers if you haven’t yet seen Up:

And now, please feel free to leave your review in the comment section below. As well, don’t forget to give the film a letter grade.


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