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Year

2009

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

When widower Carl Fredrickson finds out he is to be evicted from his home, he takes the opportunity to fulfil a long-cherished aeronautical dream. But he wasn't bargaining on the company of 8-year-old stowaway Russell. Up marries animation that's breathtaking even by Pixar's standards with storytelling so adept, you'll be crying and laughing within the first five minutes.

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Contains mild threat

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