Pixar’s ‘Luca’ Is A Summery, Subtly Surreal Treat Unlike Anything The Studio Has Done Before [Review]

Pixar’s ‘Luca’ Is A Summery, Subtly Surreal Treat Unlike Anything The Studio Has Done Before [Review]
Back in 2012, Pixar released “Brave,” the offbeat “princess movie” set in the Scottish Highlands, and with it came “La Luna.” After watching the 7-minute short, “La Luna,” it was hard to focus on the feature. “La Luna” is one of the very best Pixar shorts, bristling with big-hearted charm, dynamic themes about family togetherness and the importance of a job well done, and draped in a distinctive style that set it apart not just from other Pixar shorts but from the features as well.

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