Inside Out

2015 "Meet the little voices inside your head."
8.1| 1h35m| PG| en| More Info
Released: 09 June 2015 Released
Producted By: Walt Disney Pictures
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Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Riley's guiding emotions— Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness—live in Headquarters, the control centre inside Riley's mind, where they help advise her through everyday life and tries to keep things positive, but the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.

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mysammoore I like this movie, but, I just can't watch it anymore. The more I watch it, the more I realize that it's just too incredibly sad and depressing, and the music on top of that makes me want to die. It's too awful. The whole combination of it all just makes for a garbage film. At least Frozen was fun.
ericas1975 Honestly I loved the movie and my kids loved it as well. I think most of the people who wrote the negative reviews didn't understand the premise or concept. She wasn't depressed, she was sad about moving. There is a definite difference between the two. Her reaction to moving was a very real one. She didn't want to make her parents feel bad about moving so she hid her emotions. That's a very real concept and whether we realize it or not our kids care and worry like we do. And will sometimes not share their feelings for fear of hurting ours. Great movie. Watch it with an open mind.
jv-03995 From animals having feelings, to technology having feelings, to even toys having feelings, Inside Out continues the trend with feelings having feelings. Its release in 2015 was more than anticipating with its general audience being young children. The movie started off with the birth of the main character, Riley. With that, it included how when each person is born, so are their emotions. Fear, Disgust, Anger, Sadness, and Joy, who was the first to appear. As Riley grew up, each of her emotions appeared as well of the making of each of her core memories. Everything begins to switch up and get off track when Riley and her parents move from Minnesota to San Francisco. From there Riley begins to experience different feelings such as low self esteem and low confidence. The story was setting off to the viewers what goes on in young children's minds. A move for example, as used in the movie, can effect a child greatly, mentally.
juneebuggy Pretty great Pixar movie, good for kids of course, especially the middle part with Joy trying to get the core memories back to headquarters, but pretty great for adults too. The story follows Riley, a young girl uprooted from her peaceful life in the Midwest and forced to move to San Francisco when her father starts a new job. We enter Riley's mind as she struggles to adjust to her new city, school and home life. Chaos ensues at "headquarters" where new emotions have set up shop. Joy tries to keep things positive but anger, sadness and fear have made an appearance and core memories are being destroyed.I loved the idea of those little marble memories and have thinking about that for days now, it just makes so much sense. As an adult I found this movie thought provoking and sad (imaginary friend Bing-Bong is a bit heartbreaking), as you realize the losing of innocence we all face.Its Pixar so of course kids will love this but this one in particular is pretty great for adults too