Dan Nordquist’s review published on Letterboxd:
Fun, but not at the top of my Pixar list. On this rewatch, I had to console a very excitable five-year-old, who is honestly probably a little too young to handle a lot of the peril and explosions. (How else do you grow them up, though?) I found the action sequences much more enjoyable than I had previously remembered.
Couldn't help but think about the Internet folk who made entirely too much out of the "if everyone's exceptional, then nobody is" themes at the time. Far be it from me to insist that, now, it's a film about getting to know your kids, being stifled in both suburban and corporate America, or society's desire to see problems as black-and-white villainy from which they need deliverance by a hero / savior.