Thanks to the global pandemic, theaters are currently not doing well. Royal theaters are closed indefinitely in the United States, so it should come as no surprise that more and more films are skipping the theater route entirely. Pixar̵
Pixar’s latest film looks like yet another adventure and learning path to death and what makes a human life worth living. But don’t mistake it for Coco or from the inside to the outsidebecause it requires a different pace than any of these films.
We follow a middle school music teacher named Joe (voiced by Jamie Foxx) who dies on the eve of a life changing opportunity. Not ready to go, of course, he tries to escape from everything that comes next and is in the place where souls are created.
Joe tries to explain to a soul, voiced by Tina Fey, why life is worth living. On the way he discovers that he is not really dead.
So far, soul looks like another in Pixar’s long line of thought-provoking entries. And while it should hit theaters in November, obviously that plan isn’t going to work in our current climate.
Instead, soul will be coming to Disney + on December 25, 2020 – yes, Christmas Day. Maybe everyone needs something healthy to watch on vacation. The good news is different MulanYou don’t have to spend any extra money to see soul. A Disney + subscription is all you need.