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Onward! One of the first movies to struggle because of 2020 just pummeling us into the ground repeatedly. But some people still put a lot of work into it and it was more enjoyable than I expected. Here's everything right with Onward!
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I appreciate a movie in which the older of two brothers, doesn't bully his younger sibling but actively encourage and help him.
@miavictoria7939 3 yıl önce
Makes me feel bad about being the older sibling😳
@big_boi_donkeh7378 3 yıl önce
I'm the younger and I used to get bullied
@zatzu 3 yıl önce
He is my ideal model as an older sibling
@steveminecraft4364 3 yıl önce
Yeah, I wish I was that good of a brother
the older sibling is also not jealous of his younger sibling's gift
@ZombiePotatoSalad 2 yıl önce
One thing I noticed is that their mom yells to Barley to "keep his soldiers off her land, or their kingdoms will go to war" referring to a figure he left on the hallway floor. Rather than being disapproving or calling him childish, she communicates to him on his level, allowing him to understand exactly what she meant, and sounding more supportive.
@itexplodes3824 3 yıl önce
One thing you forgot: Barely is revolutionary for another reason, namely *him actually crying when he dropped that rope because he was so worried* and we are ALL for men being able to both be masculine and being able to express feelings like genuine terror
@flowersoul6894 3 yıl önce
I'll always think that Barley is criminally misunderstood, underrated and a character as wonderful as Ian ✨💙
@westerfrost3701 3 yıl önce
Flower Soul I love both of them.
@flowersoul6894 3 yıl önce
@@westerfrost3701 *SAME!!!* 😍✨💙
@rogueguardian 3 yıl önce
Thank you!
@KathyHoismygovtnm 3 yıl önce
That scene further exemplifies Barley role as Ian's father figure because of it's similarities to a parent teaching a child how to ride a bike
@elfmonster1476 3 yıl önce
As someone who lost my mother as an infant, the "I've never had a dad... But I've always had you" hit me like a freight train at 120 miles per hour.
@simplysallow 3 yıl önce
I'm so sorry
@afa4766 2 yıl önce
U okay?
@elfmonster1476 2 yıl önce
@@afa4766 Yes. I never knew her.
♥️ I hope this movie stays forever with you as it'll help you keep going onward!
@RavenclawNimbus Yıl önce
I don’t even relate, but I was dying from this.
Took me forever to realize: Aurora dish soap. Aurora “Yes they named her after the dawn”. ITS DAWN DISH SOAP. Well played Disney. Well played.
@BFRedd1021 3 yıl önce
Omg I totally missed that! Thank you for pointing it out 😊
@thegreatherox 3 yıl önce
Bonus! In Mexico Dawn dish soap is instead called Ariel.
@LoxyTheReindeer 3 yıl önce
Thank you for making me snort so hard I had to cough. Omfg that’s funny.
@ilikepie4685 2 yıl önce
@randallb84 2 yıl önce
Damn it!!! I didnt get that, now i feel the dumbs lol
The director was Ian in real life, right down to talking to old recordings of his own dad which is why they put it in the movie. The thing is, he never told his brother what he was working on and when he showed him the completed movie apparently his brother got pretty emotional
@cipherthedisaster 2 yıl önce
adding the voice tape of his dada. The director also had a tape where his dad supposedly spoke in, but the entire tape was people going on about where he was, it wasn't until very last moment the dad shows up and he literally just says "hi" and "bye"
@amiahjared8176 Yıl önce
i didn't need to cry today
@catrocastre8215 5 aylar önce
That must be a pretty good surprise.
@seeing8spots 3 yıl önce
I sincerely enjoyed how the step dad wasnt evils or a bad guy. He only tried to stop the boys because their mom was worried and he seemed to genuinely care for them. It was also nice to see the mom not just be absent for an entire adventure and take a more active useful role.
@haveagoodmourning 3 yıl önce
Another great animated stepdad: King Harrow from the Netflix show The Dragon Prince. He's a bit distant from his stepson, but genuinely does love and care for him.
@clairesabol8745 3 yıl önce
@@haveagoodmourning OMG yes! The Dragon Prince is amazing!!!
@haveagoodmourning 3 yıl önce
@@clairesabol8745 :D It really is!
@sawyerharris3721 2 yıl önce
@@haveagoodmourning And it was even more heartbreakingly beautiful finding out why Harrow was distant from Callum. He'd always wanted to be close to him, he was just trying to respect Callum's biological father's memory. I also like that while Soren served as a reminder of that sore point by constantly calling him "step-prince" and everything, Ezran kept encouraging him to refer to Harrow as dad and to reach out to him. It just added to the emotional weight.
@haveagoodmourning 2 yıl önce
@@sawyerharris3721 Exactly. Damn, you've got me tearing up again; that plotline really hurt my heart.
@DismemberedHat 2 yıl önce
I'm surprised you didn't mention that when Barley was acting out what he thinks the top half of the dad's dancing looked like, that there was the symbolism of Barley acting as Ian's dad
@carmencaldwell344 2 yıl önce
Whoa, I know about the whole father figure thing, but the way you put this is the way should’ve thought about it like. My mind is blown 🤯
Like putting the “pants” on in the family.
I love how Ian's classmates weren't the classic bullies that torment the awkward hero, but were really accepting and patient with him.
@dewolf123 5 aylar önce
Kind of wish to see that more in media to show people not everyone you meet in your life is a piece of crap. I can be cynical about of lots of things but it's nice to show people that not everything in the world is bad and miserable.
@Paragnosia1 3 yıl önce
I can't be the only one who absolutely loves the Cinema Wins guy. He compliments the movies amazingly, unlike cinema sins who just ridicules movies for dumb reasons. Cinema Wins seems like the kind of guy to stop on his way to an important meeting to pet a kitten and help caterpillers get back on their leaves. I want to be their friend so badly ❤❤❤. Love you, dude!
@thispurplebeanYT 3 yıl önce
He is SUCH a GREAT GUY!! You can tell he genuinely tries to review the movies honestly, even though the goal is to be positive, he still knocks off points for genuinely bad moments.
... isn't it the same person?
@disconsolate3235 2 yıl önce
@@royalheadquarters8449 nope, the guy from CinemaSins is Jeremy and the guy from CinemaWins is Lee. I don't think they have any association to each other.
@@royalheadquarters8449 main difference is that cinemawins praises the movie constantly and points out great details and cinemasins is mostly satirical, however cinemasins does give some good points and praises the movie where its obvious or just great
@njinlover Yıl önce
Honestly don't get why he counts "narration" as a sin
@yesyes2863 2 yıl önce
it hurts me that this movie didn’t get the love it deserves. The ending is unexpected yet touching. def one of Pixar’s bests in my opinions. ( Barley honestly just own my heart🥺)
@erilobar9402 3 yıl önce
This is the sort of film where I wonder if, something like ten years from now, people will be looking back and calling it an 'underrated masterpiece'.
@lindseysquire8417 3 yıl önce
Some of my favorite details you didn't point out are: 1. When Ian is nervous to talk to his classmates, they don't make fun of him or anything; in fact, they're totally down to go to his party. He gets in his own way, which is exactly what social anxiety is like. 2. When the rope falls off of Ian, Barley almost starts crying. 3. Bronco is never an 'evil stepfather'. Throughout the movie, you can see that he genuinely cares for Laurel and the boys. 4. I adore the message that Barley stands for; never forget the past, because you can learn from it.
@sololeveling7390 3 yıl önce
At the bridge part I really loved that even though it was really hard for barley, he kept telling ian to move forward because he knew it was his best chance at making it and believed in him
@kawaiiconcept7479 3 yıl önce
I loved that first detail (being painfully socially awkward myself) it was super inspiring
@Hadeshy 3 yıl önce
YES I loved those details. I'm kinda tired of the awkward student being rejected by his pair because it's always use in a lazy way. Here it was refreshing and it felt real. Same with Bronco. As much as I would've like to see a little bit more of his relationship with Laurel, I appreciated that he was not an evil stepfather of any sorts. When the boys pretended to be him and the other police officers thought he wad nervous because of his new fatherhood, I was ready to believe that the real Bronco really felt like that. Also, yeah, the rope thing was full of emotions.
@pundertalefan4391 3 yıl önce
I like that too. :03
@sammiehopkins9408 3 yıl önce
I cried like three times during this movie, and one of them was because of that second point with Barley and the rope 💀
@paulb4334 2 yıl önce
One thing I noticed at the end was that Barley had a phoenix on the back of his jacket, so Ian was looking for the Phoenix Gem to talk to his father when he had one all along in Barley. Great foreshadowing :)
@christalbot210 3 yıl önce
Okay, I'm kind of annoyed it took me THIS long to realize the "You Shall Not Pass" sign is their version of "No Passing Zone". BTW, watching this video made me watch the movie again and I noticed another bit about Barley being the Dad version of Older Brother: when the trap had filled with water and the top door finally opened, Barley grabbed Ian and pushed him to the surface FIRST. Only then did he surface himself. That is very much a parent thing to do.
@flowersoul6894 3 yıl önce
Exactly! I see myself in him a lot because of his protective and empathic behavior (I'm not a parent, but I've always had this way of doing it, since I was a kid)... besides, he also did it in the room when his father appeared! Barley is as wonderful a character as Ian, in my opinion ✨💙
@Pip8448 3 yıl önce
I agree that that's a parent thing to do, but it's also an older sibling thing to do, especially if you're the oldest. When you grow up being told to take care of your younger siblings and getting is massive trouble if you don't, you quickly learn to just do it. Responsibility is forced upon you whether you want it or not, so it becomes a habit. It's for the best and in your own self interests. It's awesome when the older sibling does these things out of genuine concern and care.
@johnrichardson5599 3 yıl önce
@@Pip8448 I totally agree. I was actually in such a situation when my brother was going to drown when we were swimming in a lake and he got tired. I very literally almost drowned pushing him up above water and probably would have if there wasn't a kid with an inner tube close enough to help. I'm five years older than my brother and eleven years older than my sister, and I can say with confidence that protecting them becomes second nature pretty quickly. I kind of watched this movie as a spectator so it didn't hit me in the feels as strongly as it could have, but afterwards I have to say I can relate to Barley.
@daddyhavoc3931 3 yıl önce
When I first watched this with my girls I pretended to cry at Gwinivere being sacrificed then I actually started crying. He was sooo proud of that van... stupid movie making me cry over a stupid cartoon van 🤣
@code_breaker3756 2 yıl önce
2016 Antman made people cry over an Ant, A fudging ANT so by this point crying over a van is fine (Poor Ant-hony
@catrocastre8215 5 aylar önce
@denissecanela1818 3 yıl önce
I think my favourite part of the movie was when Ian was walking through the invisible bridge without the rope while Barley with tears in his eyes told him to keep going and not to look back. It just showed how amazing their relationship is and it really shows how a non-toxic sibling relationship works. So cute...
@LoLo1k2k3k 3 yıl önce
i loved this movie so much and i CRIED SO HARD when ian checked off “spend my life with him”😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
@johnrichardson5599 3 yıl önce
Out of curiosity what was (or will be if you haven't seen it yet) your reaction to the ending of lion (2016)? That was the only time I have ever cried watching a movie.
@sunnypeterson4727 2 yıl önce
I've seen this movie dozens of times and I cry everytime. I love onward so much
@westerfrost3701 Yıl önce
@@sunnypeterson4727 I love it, too!
@Kayley199514 3 yıl önce
"Last name: Manticore, First name: The". That line had me absolutely in stitches when I saw this movie, especially because they'd been calling her Cory the whole time.
@Serkoid 3 yıl önce
same xD
@tankunicorn134 3 yıl önce
Same lol
@quartzquality5213 3 yıl önce
Manti-core = Cory, I guess xD
@CinemaSans 3 yıl önce
In the Polish version it was: Name: Manticore. Special Features: None
In italian it was: First name: the Second name:... (interrupted)
@RobotInSpace 3 yıl önce
As someone who's like Barley, the oldest sibling who is a screw up this really really hit hard for me
@efoxkitsune9493 Yıl önce
If you're anything like Barley, you're definitely not a screw up. Sending love.
@twilightturtle 3 yıl önce
This sibling relationship is a million times better than Frozen's.
@Da_one_tl 8 aylar önce
Really, you think a sibling relationship where one raised the other is better than one where they didn’t talk for years? Are you also going to tell me the sun is hot?
@yakov9903 3 yıl önce
One thing I thought was amazing about this movie is that everything in this movie had consequences. If the main characters did something, they'd experience the effects of it or it would ripple off to the side characters.
@RenegadeJ.P. 3 yıl önce
I really wish more people will give this film a chance. Also that teaser image, I KNOW YOU’RE OUT THERE, AND I KNOW YOU’RE REAL.
@lunareclipse0823 3 yıl önce
ReneBrave J.P. ...NO I’M NOT!
@joeyjerry1586 3 yıl önce
ReneBrave J.P., this film is the example of "don’t judge a book by its cover". I guess Guardians of the Galaxy is also another good example
@code_breaker3756 2 yıl önce
@@lunareclipse0823 Hold one, Wait is that a- Is that A Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Reference?
I finally watched this movie the other day and I'm not gonna lie, it made me freaking CRY. HARD. I got teary-eyed when Barely had to give up Gwinivere, and I was fully on sobbing by the time we got to the 3rd act and Ian realized that Barely wasn't JUST his older brother. I love their relationship so much and I loved their mom's relationship with both of them.
@samireland9775 3 yıl önce
I'm convinced that anyone who says "Pixar films are only for kids" has never actually sat down and fully appreciated one.
@3nertia 3 yıl önce
Here, here! Hear here!
@samireland9775 3 yıl önce
@@therewasoldcringe I just make it a point to avoid anything Illumination puts out. 😂
@westerfrost3701 3 yıl önce
I couldn’t agree more. I hate it when people say that animation and Disney are just for children.
@Quevallyn 3 yıl önce
I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before Scorsese tells us CG animation isn’t ‘cinema’.
@cactusman1771 3 yıl önce
@@Quevallyn Does that count "live action" films that are 90% animated. Avatar comes to mind.😳
@firecrakerj3312 3 yıl önce
Another good thing you forgot: Bronco is not an evil step-parent. He tries to stop Ian and Barley, because he’s doing his job as a police officer.
@DarkLadyJade 3 yıl önce
What I love most about this movie: NO BULLYING. Ian isn't bullied by anyone in this movie. His awkwardness is purely from his own insecurity and not from anyone causing him to feel less-than. Also, I LOVE that Barley is fully supportive of his little brother. When it's revealed Ian has magic and not him, Barley isn't jealous, envious or resentful. He's just truly happy that Ian has magic. I will say though, that it did disappoint me that Ian never got to meet their dad. I just wish so much that their dad could have seen Ian, put a hand on his shoulder or given him a big hug and then smiled before disappearing again. I know that wasn't the point of the movie, but still. What I thought was cool about this movie; characters are clearly coded as people of color even though they're not human, and the tall cop being a lesbian is just a matter-of-fact thing. THAT'S how you do representation, not by emphasizing the 'otherness' of someone (because that always slips into being stereotypical) but just having them in the story.
@VoodooStyx 3 yıl önce
My little sister recommended this movie to me. I'm her nerdy dungeons and dragons playing big sister, we related to this movie so much
@ayomideadekeye9269 2 yıl önce
@CinemaSans 3 yıl önce
They've put so much effort to this film that they even translated the inscriptions. That's what I call attention to details. Also, I like how unicorns are portrayed in this film. They're not majestic like in every other film.
@twink5394 3 yıl önce
My favorite thing about this movie is the lack of stereotypes. The older brother isn't stereotypically bullying the younger one. The mother isn't overbearing. The step father isn't the bad guy. Etc etc
@CameronMetrejean 3 yıl önce
One subtlety I really liked is how when Ian is trying to invite the other students to a party they dodged the cliche of the other kids backing away from Ian because ‘Barley is weird‘. They instead they just had Ian be embarrassed and abandon his effort because he anticipated this very thing from them.
@bi_cycle 3 yıl önce
I like that too! The bunch of kids are never mean to him, they actually seem friendly. Not to mention how diverse that friend group is...
@Tangerine.15 2 yıl önce
It felt very real
@davidcheater4239 2 yıl önce
@@bi_cycle I loved that group. The troll using mobility assistance (I use a cane). The Afro-American coded elf girl. And the Cyclops boy with braces and a rainbow pin. And they didn't seem to be the 'mean kids' stereotype.
@AleksandarBell Yıl önce
As someone who was both raised as a younger brother and raised myself younger brothers (I never lost my parents…they just weren’t there for us as they should’ve.) this movie hits hard in so many ways
@brandongibson5700 2 yıl önce
I really actually enjoyed this movie. Unlike the movie my dad didn't die, but sadly he's not with my family and really hasn't been for most of my life. This movie really showed me how much my older brother has done for me and been that father figure in my life. Though he'll probably never know I have always been happy for him to be there.
@Monstera_Leaf 3 yıl önce
The one thing that really hit me hard was that when you saw barley hug his dad, you feel happy for him that he finally got the closure (i think thats right). But what got me was when barley hugged ian, saying, ‘and he told me to give you this’ (or something down that line), and he then hugged ian. To me, that was so sad because insted of keeping that hug to himself, he gave it to ian like his father said, insted of getting one last hug from him. And that... i cried. I don’t cry often from movies, but i cried.
@SwaySilva 3 yıl önce
I lost my brother when I was 16. This movie hit me right it the feels. I was weeping at the end, my wife had to hold me haha. I absolutely loved this movie. A movie about brothers being there for you is awesome.
@ayabeydoun1119 3 yıl önce
I loved this movie so much, I was disappointed on first viewing but I understood what it was going for. By my second watch I was crying and laughing nearly the whole way through. It’s just so good and so sweet. One of my favorite Pixar movies for sure
@ryanluft5250 3 yıl önce
I watched this movie as a “field trip” we took our preschool to. While all the kids were excited and laughing at the movie I was quietly balling in the corner. This movie is truly a masterpiece for the young adults coming from a broken home.
@jacobbenns6090 3 yıl önce
Definitely dude. As an older brother who's become a father figure/ male role model for my brother it definitely hit pretty hard
@coolegg8489 3 yıl önce
I think that the animation is great and the inside jokes are really cool to catch but the movie is filled with tropes and overused story concepts. I just really can’t enjoy it because of this
@ryanluft5250 3 yıl önce
CoolEgg I understand that, usually I used to be the same. Something about working with kids turned me into such an optimist, I guess they challenge your view points. Now it’s much easier for me to chose to stop analyzing movies and focus more on the emotions they expect you to feel. I can still analyze a movie pretty hard but I’ve learned to enjoy movies that aren’t meant to be challenges of the form as what they are, movies.
@husseinbaydoun1027 3 yıl önce
Ryan Luft That is exactly how I view it. I can easily nitpick almost any movie for its flaws, but I choose to look past them and enjoy a movie’s beauty (when possible, of course). Pixar’s Up is my favorite example of this. Even for a fantasy, the movie pushes some of it physics way too far (Carl's ability to hold down his house bugs me), but when you ignore that, you get a gem. And that's what watching movies is really about. Enjoying them. I still hate excuses for movies that undermine the viewers and throw nonsense at them, but I think you get what I'm trying to say.
@chloenieuwsma4846 3 yıl önce
its a pretty nice fantasy movie
@jujubees9030 3 yıl önce
it’s weird how i cried watching this even tho it’s just a recap
@sunnypeterson4727 2 yıl önce
I'm sobbing lmao I love this movie so much
@charlottehook7387 2 yıl önce
"He asked me to give you this" Stg I've never seen the movie but still
Not at all!
@akaviral5476 3 yıl önce
Honestly, this was the first animated movie I'd ever cried at. The relationship between the brothers was perfectly able to capture what I've been lucky to have with my older brother. When he realizes how valuable his older brother has been in his life, it legitimately made me call my brother and we just talked for a few hours about life. Worth it.
@dearmalaysia 3 yıl önce
I didn't expect to love Barley as much as I did
@DirectorsChoice 3 yıl önce
This is one of my all-time favorite Pixar films. Fantastic.
honestly, i love this movie. i love the modern fantasy with dnd references and the nice sibling relationship and the plot and just.... it's probably my favorite pixar movie
another great thing: the entire film, i am not hearing spider-man and star-lord, i just hear ian and barley. pratt and holland did great.
@theconvict4843 3 yıl önce
yeah I watched this movie and didn't realise till someone told me
@joeyjerry1586 3 yıl önce
Definitely Not Tommy Wiseau, agreed. You got to give credit to them. That’s a problem I had with Beauty and the Beast LA. I saw Hermione Granger, not Belle and even if I’m just listening to the movie and not watching, I hear Hermione. Holland and Pratt definitely deserved a lot of credit especially given the fact they play 2 very iconic characters
@calchambers605 3 yıl önce
Absolutely agree. That being said, when Guardians 3 comes out, I FULLY expect "Bye bye lil' Sebastian" to make an appearance. For old time's sake.
@jessislistless 3 yıl önce
I noticed it immediately but it didn't take away from their amazing performance
@Nevertoleave 3 yıl önce
Until this video I forgot that they played the characters at all. I only watched the film for the first time a few days ago
@snotloutisagod2956 2 yıl önce
Barley was the reason this movie was so great! The second Disney rolled out a promo for this movie and I saw Barley's face, I was in love. I was DYING to see the movie. The day the movie came out, I had to go see it. And I saw it FOUR times. And I absolutely loved Barley sooooooooooooo much!!!! I loved his appearance and his personality, and the way he treated his brother so well.
I just watched this movie for the first time and I think your enjoyment of it and it’s message varies depending on whether you have siblings and your relationship with them. I’m lucky enough to have a good relationship with both my siblings and when I watched this with my older sister and as someone who doesn’t tend to cry when movies get emotional I felt myself tearing up when Ian was going over his list of things to do with his dad realizing he had already done all of them with Barley. Really enjoyable film in my opinion
@keogt3925 3 yıl önce
Grif: “Hey Simons, Why are we here?” Simons: *Long convoluted answer about the philosophy of human kinds and their place in the universe* Grif: “No I mean why are we out here in the sun and not in the shade”. Great show
@TheGammaAi 3 yıl önce
Did not expect to see an RvB reference here but its a welcome surprise
@ethanhill208 2 yıl önce
Sorry to be that guy but that was Caboose and Church that time
@keogt3925 2 yıl önce
@@ethanhill208 both teams do it multiple times
@ethanhill208 2 yıl önce
@@keogt3925 I know Grif and simmons at the start, Sarge does it to motivate simmons, Two grunts in a Project freelancer scene, Grif and Simmons again in Valhalla, Caboose and Sarge, Church clone and grif clone and Grif, Simmons and Simmons clone to figure out who was the real simmons but that time was church and caboose because caboose mentions the shade
@keogt3925 2 yıl önce
@@ethanhill208 Wow, if you remember all that, good on ya! That's impressive
@ashbasher22nerd93 3 yıl önce
I freaking damn loved this movie. The creativity that was balanced with the incredibly consistently strong bond between Ian and Barley makes this film such a wonderful experience to watch. The ending I cry everytime and as someone who last a major father figure in my life, it's even more heartbreaking.
@TheF5Mafia 2 yıl önce
This movie made me cry twice. Once during the scene where Ian practices talking to his dad (losing my dad at 7 made me connect with Ian on a personal level in that scene) and of course the scene where Barley hugs Ian. Easily my favorite Pixar movie!
@laurengrosjean 3 yıl önce
As someone who’s main father figure was their older brother this movie BROKE me I cried for like the last half hour
@mii580 3 yıl önce
@scoopsilly 3 yıl önce
This is exactly it. This right here.
@velvetsparrow 2 yıl önce
Interdimensional hug
@confusedsquirrel 3 yıl önce
The scene where Barley talks about his last memory of his dad always hits me like a train, because I've been in a very similar situation
@kodicore 2 yıl önce
Tbh this movie will always be a personal favorite of mine. My dad passed away right before this movie came out and the similarities between me and Ian, and between my older sister and Barley were almost insane. My sister had grown up with only my dad. He was her only parent, so when she lost him, it was like the end of the world. For me, I only knew him for 2 years before he passed. Yeah, it killed me, but my pain would never amount to my older sister's. It was only after this movie that I realized I still had a chance to get to know my dad more through my sister.
I honestly love that delivery from Barley about not wanting to see his dad die. It wasn't overly sad to the point of overacting and it wasn't underperformed as you can hear how crushing it all is for him. He speaks in a way that the thing felt...unreal which makes sense. As a kid he had to be there and remember that his dad died and now he's having to tell that to his little brother who wasn't even there. Yes the "that's why I will never be scared again" line is a bit...hammy, but it fits with his character. He wants to not be seen as a screw up and wants Ian to know someone is looking out for him no matter what (when we were kids, we mostly likely saw our parents as fearless and invincible at times. Barley saw that wasn't the case, but wants Ian to have that feeling if only a little bit).
@thewaywardpoet 3 yıl önce
Fantastic review! I loved this film to pieces. As a complete aside, I'm glad that you used the "last name 'Manticore,' first name 'The'" clip. It's, in my opinion, an oft-overlooked line that cracks me up every time I hear it.
The 1ST time I saw the trailer for this movie, I knew I wanted to see it in theaters. My friend got the chance to see it in theaters & told me she cried, which given that I actually teared up in not 1 but 2 different moments in the trailer ("I'm gonna meet Dad?" & when Dad's foot finds Ian's foot & Ian responds "Hi") I expected. Then I watched it, & because I didn't want my little sister to see me cry, I held it in. Then my little sister was sobbing, & that was it for me. I managed to make her feel better by talking about her memories of our dad, & had her laughing by the time we went to bed. But yeah, Onward made my whole family cry (except my other sister, who was w/ a friend).
@salvadorgarcia9897 3 yıl önce
One thing I love about this movie is that Barley is never jealous of his brother when he gets his magic. He’s just so happy and supportive of him.
@bawhite125 3 yıl önce
Good observation. It was in the back of my mind, but your comment definitely brought that latent insight to the fore.
@simrandeep5448 3 yıl önce
That was a cliche dodge
@simrandeep5448 3 yıl önce
Loved it haha
Salvador Garcia He’s just like a teacher. A GOOD teacher!
@katrinka9781 3 yıl önce
I do this thing where I never compare Pixar movies to each other. it's nice to just simply enjoy something without having to analyze it.
@captainwatercress 3 yıl önce
I love how this movie can speak to anyone. It can speak to siblings. It can speak to parents, it can speak to children. I personally saw it with my dad, and for me the movie hit home about what I would do if I lost him, but had the chance to see him one more time. However my boyfriend and his brother are almost literally the human version of Ian and Barley, so for them is was all about their bond.
@palomaroggeri8680 3 yıl önce
This movie truly spoke to me in a perssonal level, I lost my dad when I was 5 and watching this for the first time with my mom made it all more emotional, I have 4 memories of him also: giving him orange painting water telling to him it was orange juice, cleaning my mouth full of pasta red sauce in his pants wille he was wearing them, him painting a madagascar banner for my third birthday and... him screaming to my mom confused asking who she was and to give me back to him wille she hugged me tight. He had a rare illnes that made his brain slowly stop working and forgetting things. I never saw him in the hospital, i couldnt bring myself to, my mom said that she didnt want me too see his body becuse it didint look like him. I just get scared of how much parrelels I have with this movie, the only difference being that I dont have siblings. I loved Coco and Up but this movie maybe spoke more too me then the other movies did. As I dont have siblings I dealed with grief in a very different way, it was very hard, but Im happy to say that Im in a better place now, I have a step dad that loves me and my mom alot and a best friend that has been there for me since i was 6. I loved this movie.
@storycaster4181 2 yıl önce
This is probably my favorite pixar movie, and it inspired me to set my first D&D campaign in an urban fantasy world.
@crusherconi 2 yıl önce
Chris Pratt always blows me away with the sheer depth and breadth of emotion he can bring to any role. I applaud you my dear fellow.
@Delta-lu5kf 3 yıl önce
Personally, I think Onward is extremely underrated. It actually did what Frozen got praised for, let alone better.
@thedolphin602 3 yıl önce
i mean, frozen 2 also got shit on, so not really surprising... seems like people changed
@Delta-lu5kf 3 yıl önce
@@thedolphin602 I havent seen Frozen 2 so I dont really have an opinion on it, but from where I was standing the general consensous seems to be that its just ok
@MisterMooo 3 yıl önce
Both movies were great. Onward was about brotherly love, F2 was about sisterly love. The dead mother/father they were trying to find was right by their side all along.
@Delta-lu5kf 3 yıl önce
@@MisterMooo I think Onward is better. Ian and Barley actually spend time together, while Elsa and Anna really don't. Even strictly in the film's timeline, Elsa and Anna only have a couple scenes together whereas Ian and Barley spend the majority of the film together, making their bond more believable imo
@BiRatQueen 2 yıl önce
The one problem I had with it was that the conflict between Ian and Barley felt a bit forced at times. That being said, how quickly they switched from conflict to supporting each other is truly reminiscent of the relationship I have with my brother, and honestly all I wanted to do after watching it was hug my brother.
@loserface516 3 yıl önce
I’ve seen this movie at least 3 or 4 times and it’s made me cry every single time. Even this video made me teary eyed. I love this movie so much.
@noxstella1999 3 yıl önce
When I was watching this in the theater with my dnd group when Barley sent Gwenevere to her doom, me and one of the players were saluting before Barley was shown on screen because we know how important a players mount is to them
@Shadowfur Yıl önce
I'm a player and I, too, saluted the majestic mount when she went to her death. Also called the spell range for Aloft Elevar before Barley even mentioned it, was so proud of myself. :D
@dakotasan8719 3 yıl önce
I feel like this film got a raw deal. Everyone was focused on some perceived "wokeness" Because one actor had a line they just threw in (I admit I was originally going to give this movie a pass) but my own little brother told me this movie reminded him so much of me and him and so I decided to give it a watch, and honestly, it hit my heart in the right places, I'm glad I saw this movie, and I hope I can share this movie with someone down the line.
@cloudykodi Yıl önce
This movie is so underrated and deserves more credit, I absolutely loved it
@McSomething15 3 yıl önce
I feel like this movie sprouted from an actual D&D session during Avengers filming.
@BFRedd1021 3 yıl önce
But also during an LOTR binge 😏
@pokeyscorpion8224 3 yıl önce
I love that analogy 😂
@taezer3687 2 yıl önce
Ok, who was the DM and the party?
@SpaceCase132 2 yıl önce
I would pay so much money for an Avengers film where they’re just bonding together over a D&D session, with characters like Captain America and Wanda being the new adventurers and Tony Stark being the surprise D&D nut of the group (I know about Endgame, but in this case, damn continuity!).
@yazmina2031 3 yıl önce
I really enjoyed this movie, especially since it felt more 'original' than usual. I loved the ending because it hold the truth. If your born without a parent in your life, there's so way not even magical that you can see them. He may never be able to see his dad or actually hear his voice but he'll always be alive in his memories. 10/10
@KellytheHuman 2 yıl önce
I absolutely love this film and appreciate it for all that it is. I've never seen Coco, but when and if I do, I will still love Onward no matter how annoyingly the two movies are compared.
@britishgaming2 3 yıl önce
"And the claw is an armour glove" Me an intellectual: *remembers this movie is made by pixar which is owned by Disney who owns marvel and marvel made the infinity gauntlet which looks like the armour glove*
@britishgaming2 3 yıl önce
Also just a fact I realised the 2 main characters were played by starlord and spiderman from marvel's films
@@britishgaming2 congrats, you can graduate elementary school.
@zedlinden8938 3 yıl önce
I loved this movie for... so many reasons, but one little detail that always stuck with me that I wish you'd mentioned was the fact that Barley fell to his knees when he realized Ian was in danger over the trench. Throughout that scene he's doing nothing but cheering him on, and even continues when the rope comes undone. He wanted to believe in his brother so badly but was so scared and heartbroken that he physically couldn't stand. The thought of losing his brother made him fall and I feel like that was a really meaningful yet subtle touch to the way Barley feels towards Ian. 10/10 beautiful detail.
I lost my father at 10 to cancer. The scene on the giant cheeto made me *weep*
@RoximRox 3 yıl önce
I'd argue that Onward actually deals with the living cope with the loss of a loved one better, and Coco is more focused on remembering your loved ones without holding on to resentment and preventing it from connecting with your current ones. That sentence got real clunky at the end, but what I think I mean is that I actually think this movie deals with death better than Coco did. I felt Coco was more about being true to yourself as a central theme.
@lindseysquire8417 2 yıl önce
Coco dealt with remembrance, Onward dealt with moving forward (or, ahem, onward).
@Sandwich_People 2 yıl önce
I think both movies talk sorta about different subjects but I still love both of them equally.
@Ringlord7 3 yıl önce
I saw this movie today. I absolutely loved it and I was very touched by Ian's realization about what Barley has been to him.
@cherriegetison6093 3 yıl önce
I think this was a lot of people's last theater movie before the 2020 shutdowns. I love this movie, and was glad to have seen it!
While others pixar movie deal with things better onward really dives into self sacrifices and heart-break better than most of the movies I’ve seen, to me this movie struggles with nothing and it’s one of my personal favorites.
@Triplethreat-xe9kc 3 yıl önce
As an older brother, and the son of a man who was away far more than he was home for my younger sister, this movie hit me like a truck. Not only was I able to easily compare myself to Barley, but the ending where Ian realizes how much Barley has done for him hit me particularly hard. I'm glad I got to see it.
Onward was the very last movie I went to a theater to watch before the quarantine.........and I'm so glad that I was able to watch this masterpiece. This movie was so perfect because they perfectly foreshadowed every small thing and organically used everything throughout the movie, even from the gelatinous cube to the splinter. I loved that they had the premise and opportunity to create unnecessary drama that could be the age old turning point of the movie.....yes I'm talking about the disguise bit where he can't help but to lie that he doesn't really think his brother's a loser..... I liked that the older brother felt hurt by it and it wasn't downplayed but it wasn't made into the turning point of the movie. I'm glad that they were forced to move past it because of the time limit and only after they reached back to where they started with just minutes with their dad, did they have their fight that led to the biggest wholesome realisation about his brother being his makeshift dad. Plus I loved the respect and emotions that Quinevere got as she flew to buy them some time. I loved that she looked just like a Pegasus as she galloped and soared for the last time and I loved the fact that a small keepsake that Barley took was used yet again in the final fight, meaning that Quinevere will always have their backs and help them just like a loyal stead. I not a car person, but damn this movie made me feel so much for something that wasn't even the main plot or character. One of the best animation movies I had seen before being quarantined along with spiderverse. This movie deserved better and it was such a shame that it came during a pandemic. Better late than never I guess.
@flowersoul6894 3 yıl önce
It's all so true... you know, Onward is my second favourite movie of all time, and I've said it all, there's really no need to add anything else ✨💙
@Stark-Raving 3 yıl önce
I genuinely think there should've been a win for "You'll never be ready, merge!" For being great advice not just for learning to drive but for many things in life.
@annieclark9041 3 yıl önce
“Imagine raccoons with spikes on their heads” and wings, they’re Alicorns/Pegacorns.
@minaashido3513 2 yıl önce
@mycroft16 3 yıl önce
Absolutely one of Pixar's best. Simply because it didn't try to be anything but what it was. It felt real. Who cares where it was set, these were very well developed and real characters that had legitimate reasons for their feelings that we were led to understand through their actions. The humor fit and felt genuine. There were some awesome actions pieces. Stunning world building as always. And then in true Pixar fashion the just rip your heart out and stomp on it. Up had us bawling in the first 10 minutes... this one waited until right at the end to hit us with the full force of Ian's realization.
@prince_nocturne 3 yıl önce
This movie hits me a little close. I especially love just how supportive the mother is through most of what goes on, even if she doesn't get why right off. She knows it's important to support them. And then a brother that doesn't even realize that he's being the father figure... it's heartwarming. I grew up without a dad in my life. I've met him since, and he's... not someone I'd be proud to call related to me. What I did have, however, was my mother. For 36 years, she's been supportive to me, when I started massage school, when I started my own business, and when I had to close that business down 11 years later due to health reasons. I've tried my damnedest to be there for her, too. I hope everyone gets someone supportive in their life, be it a mother, father, brother, sister, best friend, wife, husband, or child.
@TheyCallMeDio 2 yıl önce
The movie really hits me on my weak spot. I'm also a second son and never met my dad while my brother actually gets to meet him when he was still alive. Even though my relationship with my brother isn't like what Ian and Barley, I still think of him as the closest thing to my dad
@bloodybee3553 7 aylar önce
I would have also given points for the movie not depicting Ian as a weak bullied kids who everyone hates, just shy and introverted. Even though he was awkward and stumbled over his words, his peers seemed all for it when they realized he was inviting them to a party. They didn't tease or make fun of him, they seemed to understand his anxiety and showed interest in spending time with him at a party. To me, that seems like a more accurate depiction than the shy kid that everyone hates
@alanplays2881 3 yıl önce
The best part is this movie is literally a love letter to the directors brother, you can tell with how much heart is put into this movie that the director really really cares about his brother and is able to share his love letter with those who have similar experiences.
@8LyJu8 3 yıl önce
Even more: Dan Scanlon was also one of the 3 writers
@AlienKnightAsher 6 aylar önce
I'm so late to this video, but I'm so happy to see it praised. It was so underrated. It's one of the first movies to bring me to big sobs. In 22 years of life, when I saw this movie it was the first time I'd ever heard a character talk about the fear and shame of being a kid watching your family member decay in a hospital bed. I lost my big brother to the big C, and I felt so much shame for not being more there because at the age of 8 years old, I was too scared. I'd never seen a character talk about that. It hit so hard and made me feel some closure that that feeling wasn't something to be ashamed of. All this to say, this movie hits different and I'm happy to see someone else appreciates it.
@raylynsidwell1340 2 yıl önce
Love the bridge scene, kinda reminds me of when a kid first rides a bike and asks if dad still has a hold of them.
@TraustiGeir 2 yıl önce
I love this movie; the story, characters and all of the wonderful details scattered throughout! It's just suffered from being released in 2020.
@MsAlyssaB1 3 yıl önce
Thank you for being so postive. This is one of my new favourite movies that's gonna go the way of Arthur Christmas, Sonic Unleashed and Motorcity. All of them fall into the same trope, no one paid attention when it first came out aside from a small dedicated fanbase and the louder people who hated it for comparisons etc, so it doesn't get the immediate traction it needs for the studio to notice and bother making more content for it but every year it's gonna gain more and more new fans who unfortunately discover too little too late that it is indeed as you put it, an underrated masterpiece...
@EagleOfGaia 3 yıl önce
0:45 Aurora means Dawn in Latin, and Dawn is a brand of detergent/dish soap
And aurora is a Disney princess! After she woke up from her nap, she had a dream that she made soap, and here we are!
@taralynncantor5631 3 yıl önce
THIS WAS AN AMAZING MOVE. It didn’t necessarily seem like Pixar but it was still SO SO GOOD. The brotherly love was so amazing.
@oetam6468 3 yıl önce
But why doesn’t it feel like Pixar?
@Nico-hm2mk 3 yıl önce
Exactly my thoughts!!
@danmoskovitz5608 3 yıl önce
I loved it! But my family hated it. I don't understand them.
@laurendyer2838 3 yıl önce
This is one of my favourite movies
@Annie_Annie__ 3 yıl önce
I really liked it, but it’ll be a while before I have the emotional strength to watch it again. Regarding it not feeling like Pixar, it’s in this weird middle ground for me. The heart of it reminded me a lot of Big Hero Six (the brother relationship, the mom is a lot like Aunt Cass, etc) which isn’t Pixar. But I often find myself having to stop and remember if Big Hero Six was Pixar or not. Same with Brave. They, along with Onward, feel like they exist in this middle ground between typical Disney animation and Pixar animation; And I kind of love that middle ground.
@ramenlover1696 3 yıl önce
I’m an older sibling of one sister. We have the same age difference as Ian and Barley. We might have not lost our parents but my mom lost her dad. And being reminded of that all the time I always think of what I would do if we ever lost our mom. I can only hope I would do as good of a job as Barley. For that it puts this movie above a lot of other Pixar movies. There’s just something special about relating to it not everyone one can truly get. But I’m glad others like it too
@flowersoul6894 3 yıl önce
I agree with everything, even though I don't even have brothers ✨💔
@MysticWolfMagic 9 aylar önce
Now, after seeing this, I really need a “Barley being a dad to Ian for 5 minutes straight” video. Somebody make it happen.
@mwwq1 3 yıl önce
I and my brother cried during this movie because of the chemistry the brothers. We had a dad but I always went to my bro for help and guidence.
When I watched this movie with my parents in our living room- I deadass was trying not to cry near the end (or at least not cry too loudly) because I don't have a good relation with my brother- so not only was seeing this relation between these two a nice breath of fresh air (considering a lot of movies are about bad relations with siblings) and instead show a more realistic one hit me hard because it's a relation I have with my friends and I count my friends AS my family, and even though these two are related, it still has that energy to hit so yeah. 10/10 movie in my opinion just for the heart felt moments alone (Not to mention I'm a fantasy geek so I loved every reference)
@KatMarshmallow 3 yıl önce
Yessssss we love seeing Onward getting the respect it deserves! I went to see it with my friend in her local cinema. We both LOVED it and then I didn't get to see her for like 3 months! It was definitely a great meeting for us before not getting to see each other! Even if we didn't know
@chivasowle286 3 yıl önce
“The real Phoenix Gems are the dads we made along the way” Dude how did you write such a clever line? 10/10 would listen to again
@missyjuma7155 3 yıl önce
You forgot one win. When Barley held the staff, he got stung by a splinter. And some time when Ian holds the staff, he also gets stung by a splinter. Like brother like brother.
@livlaughsss1217 3 yıl önce
One of the best moments in this movie for me is when Ian is walking across the chasm without the rope. Ian puts full trust in Barely and you can see barely actually crying in that scene and it just kind of hit me. The brother relationship felt a bit like mine and my sisters, she’s more unabashed and I am a lot more on the timid side. It was a really nice movie to watch overall
@annadavis579 3 yıl önce
Unfortunately, I think because Onward couldn't be released in theaters most people have overlooked it, but its SO GOOD
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