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Inside Out (2015)

Inside Out (2015)


Starring the Voices of
Amy Poehler
Phyllis Smith
Bill Hader
Lewis Black
Mindy Kaling

Directed by Pete Docter

There say, there is nothing new under the sun, well Pixar gone and disprove that law with this movie Inside Out. I bet you have seen many movies about what is going on inside the mind of the individual with Look Who’s Talking (1989) spearheading the list, but brother/sister you ain't seen inside the mind of an individual like this before, trust me.

When Pixar did Finding Nemo (2003)I delayed in seeing it because I was wondering a movie about fish, how good can it get, but after seeing it I never doubted their capability. Here is a movie I thought will struggle to get along, after seeing this movie, anyone who dulls or drags their feet to see it is the one who is missing out.

Disney/Pixar’s 15th 3D computer animated full length movie Inside Out... I have to say, it is amazing. Every moment in the movie is intriguing, the best thing about this movie is, everything seemed new. The characters in the mind of the little 11-year-old girl stayed true to their nature throughout the film, the whole idea of not knowing where sadness fits in our lives caught my attention. The movie played the five emotions Joy, Anger, Fear, Disgust and Sadness with much accuracy and yet likeability.

Pixar didn’t derail away from the emotions being themselves neither did they wander off on the idea of making a good movie forget the Disney approach of lessons and morals. The movie played on all fields. There are lessons to be learned while watching Inside Out, and there are also moral lessons for everyone, too.

Set in the mind of a young girl, Riley Anderson, her five basic emotions Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, and Sadness must guide Riley through life and be there for her as she and her family relocates to a new city.

The movie core focus is about Joy and Sadness who get sucked away from the core control room in Riley's head. Their lack of presence causes Riley to misbehave and lose some of her core competence. Joy and Sadness now have to make it back to the control room, before Riley is completely lost.

Do not for a second think this movie will not be a hit, it will be a financial success. If Disney and Pixar decide to make a second part of this movie, it too will be well received.
You have to go see this movie now, and you don’t need to let your guards down to watch this movie, it will definitely knock you out in the first 10 minutes.


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