Pixar's Onward hit theaters last month but unfortunately suffered at the box office as it was only released for about a week before theatres starting shutting down over the threat of the novel coronavirus. However, Disney decided to release the movie early for home viewing, making it available to buy on digital less than a month after it hit theaters. As of Friday, the movie is also on Disney+, which means many more people have started to watch and enjoy Pixar's latest feature.
Onward may not have gotten the box office run it deserved, but people are still big fans of the movie. Currently, the film is up on Rotten Tomatoes with an 87% critics score and a 95% audience score. ComicBook.com's own Charlie Ridgely called the movie a "weird and wonderful tale," and gave it a 4 out of 5 rating. Considering those numbers, it's no surprise many people have taken to Twitter since Friday to tweet about the new movie.
The new animated feature stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt as elf brothers who are given a magical staff by their late father, which grants them the magic ability to bring him back for one day. In a recent interview, Pratt and Holland both revealed who they would bring back to life for 24 hours if given the chance. According to Marvel.com, Pratt would bring back his dad "who passed away just before Guardians of the Galaxy came out."
Its seems Onward is resonating with lots of people, so here are some of the best tweets to hit the Internet since the movie dropped on Disney+...
"Sad But Good"
Protect Them At All Costs
More Easter Eggs
Onward has my whole heart 💙— hiatus ✧ (@duckydrawsart) April 3, 2020
It’s now on Disney+ in the US! Please go watch it so we can cry about it together ;w;#Onward #PixarOnward #BarleyLightfoot #IanLightfoot #Barley #Ian #Pixar #Disney pic.twitter.com/jd4Kg2z6w5
Damn #onward hit Disney Plus and my son was watching it while I worked. When it was over he calmly walks over to me and says he’d find a Phoenix Stone to bring me back for one day too.— Román Ruiz (@JimboSpeakz) April 4, 2020
The end of #Onward had me in full tears
I'll never be the same ever again 😭 pic.twitter.com/YWeAPuIVez— Jay Shatara (@JShataraTV) April 5, 2020
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In addition to Holland and Pratt, Onward also stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Octavia Spencer, Ali Wong, Lena Waithe, and Mel Rodriguez. The movie is now available to stream on Disney+, so get watching!