Is Soul on Netflix? Here’s how to watch the 2020 Disney Pixar movie as more audiences continue to praise it on Twitter. Is it available for free?

Against all odds, 2020 has actually delivered a very impressive slate of movies.

Sure, the likes of A Quiet Place: Part II, Dune and No Time to Die were delayed, but efforts like Tenet, Saint Maud, Sound of Metal, Bill and Ted Face the Music and more made their way to screens in certain territories all the same.

On the other hand, it’s safe to say that Netflix has somewhat dominated, with many of their efforts appearing on ‘Best of the Year’ lists everywhere.

They’ve unveiled such celebrated films as The Trial of the Chicago 7, His House, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Mank, Da 5 Bloods… the list goes on.

But, do they have Disney Pixar’s Soul?

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Is Soul on Netflix? How to watch

  • No, Soul is not available to stream on Netflix but you can access the 2020 movie on Disney+.

The animated movie was made available to stream from Friday, December 25th 2020, offering subscribers the perfect Christmas gift to help round off a difficult year.

If you aren’t subscribed, then it’s worth noting that you can sign up and begin streaming its library of content for just £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year.

Launched in November 2019, Disney+ boasts a number of titles, whether you’re a fan of Disney, Star Wars, Marvel or National Geographic.

So, if you’re eager to check out Soul, Disney+ is essential.

Audiences praise Soul on Twitter

Since the film’s general release, it has already gained a significant fanbase, some of which has flocked to Twitter to offer their praise.

Check out a selection of tweets:

Opinion: Soul is a must-see movie

Through a critical lens, perhaps Soul’s biggest shortcoming is the fact that it’s likely to alienate younger audiences.

Arguably, Pixar doesn’t craft children’s movies; they sculpt family movies.

However, adults and teenagers will arguably find far more to appreciate in Soul than child audiences, which you could assert is a failure on the film and the creators’ behalf. It feels even more complex and reflective than Inside Out, dealing with more difficult themes of death and mortality.

On the other hand, there is a great deal to admire about Pete Docter’s latest and it honestly feels like a film which moviegoers need to see in the wake of a strenuous year.

It helps reinforce a sentiment which many may have perhaps lost sight of throughout 2020. Over the months, it has been easy to question our purpose in life and feel paranoid about the future, uncertain of what we will and won’t achieve.

However, the film beautifully suggests that our purpose is to live, and live happily, even if that is limited to taking in the wonders of the everyday, no matter how small.

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