Pixar’s latest masterpiece, from the director of Up, is a touching tale of a young girl (and her parents) adjusting to a new home and school. But inside their minds dwell the additional characters of Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust – and they’re really running the show!
Arnold Schwarzenegger proves he’s got acting chops to match his muscles, in a zombie movie with a difference. He plays a doting father who decides to care for his daughter at home, despite her infection with “necroambulism”.
Robert Carlyle’s directorial debut has a fine cast – Emma Thompson, Ray Winstone, Tom Courtenay, Carlyle himself – but the black comedy on display as a morose barber turns accidental killer is sadly unsuccessful.
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