On May 29, 2009, Pete Docter was the director for a Pixar animation film called Up which describes a story about a romantic couple named Carl and Ellie dreaming to visit an unknown land called Paradise Falls that their role model Charles Muntz has travelled before. The couple encountered each other when they were both eight years old while watching a film of their favorite adventurer named Charles Muntz.
Up had some ups and down within the film. Up sends a positive message to the audience in the ending of the film.
Up was Pixar’s first film to be presented in Disney Digital 3-D [ CITATION Wlo09 l 4105 ]. Up is a film that adults would enjoy this movie more than children.Up made over 731 million from the movie and received a nomination for best picture in the Oscar.Docter created one of the greatest films in 2009.
Carl Frederickson is a young 8-year-old boy who has a role model named Charles Muntz. Muntz is a famous explorer and has been accused of manufacturing the skeleton of exotic bird. Muntz vows to return there to catch one alive so he flew away with his aircraft. One-day Carl met a girl named Ellie, who is a fan of Muntz. She tells him about her clubhouse. Carl and Ellie eventually get married and live together in the dream house. Ellie suffers from a miscarriage [ CITATION Hor09 l 4105 ], and being told they cannot have another child. The couple decide that they want to visit Paradise Falls.
Carl and Ellie try to save for the trip, but end up repeating to spend the money on more important things. He arranges for the trip, but Ellie becomes ill and sadly dies. Years later, Carl still lives in the house, but he accidentally injures a construction worker. The court orders him to move to a retirement home, but Carl comes up with a plan to keep his promise to Ellie. He turns his house into an airship by using thousands of helium balloons. Russell, a young Wilderness Explorer, accidentally came because he wants to earn his badg…