Lou (2017)

A Pixar short about a lost-and-found box and the unseen monster within. The short was written and directed by debut filmmaker Dave Mullins; a veteran animator who’s previously worked on multiple feature Pixar films (including ‘CARS’ and ‘CARS 2’). The short, like everything from Pixar, is of course visually beautiful to watch, at all times. It’s also funny, creative and it even has a great message about not bullying others (at the end). It has pretty much everything you’ve come to expect from a Pixar short film. This one isn’t quite as emotional as my favorite Pixar shorts are though, even though it touches on a subject very close to me (bullying). Which I’ve had to deal with all of my life, including adulthood. Still it’s always visually creative and amusing to watch. It’s definitely entertaining too, for kids and adults, and it does have a very positive message. The short is yet another win for Pixar animation.

Director: Dave Mullins
Writer: Dave Mullins

(21998)

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