Grace Randolph Reviews Soul

In Pixar’s newest film Soul (2020), jazz lover and middle school band teacher Joe, finds himself helping another to find their true passion while discovering what it means to have a soul. Directed by Peter Docter and music by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, the film stars Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Graham Norton, Daveed Diggs, Phylicia Rashad, Angela Bassett and Richard Ayoade to name a few. YouTuber Grace Randolph from her channel Beyond The Trailer, shares her experiences with the animated family film set to release on Disney+.

With Soul, Pixar finally evolves beyond an animation studio … I feel that Pixar has created a movie that actually competes with the very best live action movies. Soul is Pixar’s Beauty and the Beast.

A very sophisticated film that perfectly captures the magic of just being alive, says Randolph who feels the film is real, earned and overall spectacular. She notes unlike previous Pixar films that she finds to be overly emotional and plays too much on that tone, Soul is perfectly crafted by the combination of the amazing music score and visual animation. She specifically points out the unique character designs and the film's ability to spotlight the diverse community of New York City as spectacular.

Soul sends a very important message to simply remind us all that we are humans who have souls and the journey we take is what makes us unique and special, says Randolph who adores the film.

YouTuber Grace Randolph from Beyond The Trailer, rates and reviews new movies and TV shows on her channel weekly.