Fourteen long years haven’t aged the Incredibles a jot in the action-packed new trailer for Pixar’s long-awaited sequel.
There are moments throughout Coco, Pixar’s latest so-called return to form, in which the quality of animation is so extraordinarily well crafted that one would be forgiven for mistaking the format for stop-motion puppetry, not merely CGI. They’ve done it again. Somehow, Pixar have raised the bar.
The Frozen machine has never felt more marketably mechanical than it does in Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.