Sahil Thind’s review published on Letterboxd:
The obvious mistake here is that Pixar made a world that doesn’t repeat itself, thats not memorable and isn’t featured as part of the story and thus by form insignificant even in the moments when we see something new. None of the creativity matters because we either don’t spend enough time with it or we don’t see it again.
Also, idk why Pixar thought annoying -> not annoying would be a good character arc but here we are. The anthropomorphic character design felt dull beyond belief and serves no purpose, very unlike Pixar, but then again when you have Tom Holland and Chris Pratt as the leading voice cast you’re going for a very specific audience. A dud but Pixar more than made up for it with the delightful Soul.