A Pixar movie that came out earlier this year. I only had time to watch it recently, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone looking for more than just flashes and bangs in movies. SPOILER WARNING SPOILER WARNING How refreshing it is to finally see a "feminist document" (as that Forbes article's title aptly put it) from Disney. This might very well be the first time ever that a female lead does not fall in love and become someone's 'wife' in a Disney movie. And that scene near the beginning, where the character goes horseback riding and rock climbing, and the background lyrics go: "chase the wind...and touch the skyyyyyy"... *tear* Girls around the world should internalize the message that scene conveys.