ksnicket’s review published on Letterboxd:
'Soul' is sensorial, passionate and surprisingly mature.
After 'Coco' and 'Ratatouille', Pixar goes back to the beauty of an artist's passion over their art, but this time, they go deeper, by adding existential matters to the film that could not have been done better.
We have a celebration of black culture, jazz and New York City in a movie that is not only precisely touching, but also clever and unique. It is not hard to tell when something is done with passion and love, and just as Emma Stone once said in 'La La Land':
People love what other people are passionate about.
The visuals are breathtaking with a huge amount of details that, unfortunately, could not be witnessed in the way it was intended to.
One of the most memorable Pixar's premises so far, and one of the most original works of the studio as well. The greatest of the year, without a doubt!