I too could not understand a word Mike was saying.
“Grace? Grace passed away thirty years ago.”
“No, they want you to say grace!”
*shakes head, evident confusion*
“Like the blessing!”
*nods head and gets in prayer formation, everyone follows suit, soon each person at the table has fingers intertwined, heads bowed, ready for the aforementioned grace*
*a few seconds pass*
“I pledge allegiance...to the flag...”
So here we are back at it again — after a couple years consisting of solid movies but mediocre sequels, Pixar has returned to the forefront of cinema’s thematic scope, this time continuing to toy with the notion of human interiority, and every last detail and intricacy associated with it. In regards to Inside Out, however, Soul is only slightly comparable, acting more as a meditation on purpose than the ubiquity and needed unity among inner emotions.
Regardless, it’s heckin’…