That poor cat had to go back and forth between homes. That’s the only character I even cared about.
Mother! left me with two statements and a question:
This is a perfect premise with a muddled execution.
As much as I love Aronofsky's work, I like to think this story would have been better accomplished with a woman director.
Where can I find the amazing trailer music that was nowhere in the movie?
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Sanjay's Super Team is a breath of fresh air, not only to Pixar animation, but to all of mainstream animation and certainly to anything generally coming from Disney. This short follows Sanjay, a little boy who is a big fan of superheroes, but not of practicing his religion much to the dismay of his traditional Hindu father. But as the tables turn, Sanjay is thrust into action and the short really takes off into beautifully wild and inspiring action. Through…