This is the first new animated movie I've watched since Spider-Verse released and what a movie to break that unintentional streak with.
This was a beautiful movie in every way that exists to remind people of the beauty and joy of simply living. You don't always have to have a 'purpose' to make an impact.
So much more to say but, yeah, this is worth your time.
Almost every moment with Anya Taylor-Joy is super fun other than Magik's blatant racism early on. It's not remotely played as being okay in the movie but still an odd choice.
I had really hoped that this was going to be a sleeper hit but it just doesn’t come together as well as I wanted. If some of the awkward dialogue had been cleaned up this probably would have played out a lot better.
It struggles to be a coming…