By Ailsa Caine
The third film in Pixar’s flagship franchise is a satisfying if familiar farewell to old friends.
By Matt Bochenski
One of Pixar’s crown jewels revels in both a literal and metaphorical extra dimension.
By Adam Woodward
If Pixar took us to infinity in 1995, then this supercharged re-issue is surely beyond.
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