If you haven't seen it by now, you've been missing out. It's not my favorite Pixar film, I save that for Finding Nemo, but it's definitely up there. I think the thing I love about it the most is that they used a bunch of tropes that are almost universally considered a bad idea, and they made an excellent film out of it. Start the movie with twenty minutes of backstory montage? Green light. Make the adult the competent one in a child's movie? Go ahead. It just proves to me that storytelling trumps technique any day of the week.