Pixar's latest existential trip is a fulfilling experience whether you're a child or a grown adult (or on acid). It's stylish, the music is beautiful, and most importantly the writers understand universality and cleverly crafted this story about life and death for all audiences. While it has its imperfection, it successfully hits enough marks to be considered a Pixar great. Personally, I appreciated what the movie is teaching kids (and adults). Life is not about accomplishing one great task and finding our 'purpose.' Life is about sparks. It's about finding what makes you happy and finding happiness in little things. It's a story we've heard before but this is one fantastic and endlessly imaginative reminder. Great job to all the voice actors, top of the line animators, and most definitely the musicians who put this all together.