Joe is a middle-school band teacher whose life hasn't quite gone the way he expected. His true passion is jazz -- and he's good. But when he travels to another realm to help someone find their passion, he soon discovers what it means to have soul.
It is not explained how Joe can get in The Zone and consciously leave his body to go talk to Moonwind. If this were possible, the others shown to be in The Zone would also be aware of this new world they had never seen before and certainly lose their concentration right away. See more »
All right, let's try something else.
Uh, from the top. Ready. One, two, three.
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The Pixar 'Production Babies' list is titled "Recent You Seminar graduates." See more »
While I found myself thoroughly engrossed while watching this movie a funny thing happened around the half way point. I realized I hadn't laughed once. Sure I had smiled a few times at the low key humor but never was a joke thrown in my face that seemed like it was just thrown in there to make sure the film didn't lose the kiddos. Admittedly Pixar doesn't usually go out of its way to ensure kids laughing every second but this film REALLY doesn't have that on it's mind.
This is a lovely story about a grown man discovering his true gifts in life and it left a big smile on my face. A very sweet and inventive film that will hopefully leave most of us adults with something to think about when the credits role.
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