Inside Out

Inside Out

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Directed by : Pete Docter

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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. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). The emotions...more


“Inside Out is an emotional, funny and all together magnificent animated film! ”

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The Grown up kids movie

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Pixar's Inside Out without a doubt sits right up there in the hallowed company of greatest animations films of our times, Up, Toy Story and Wall.E. More delightful and audacious than any of these other films, Inside Out is a film for kids that adults would enjoy and value much much more. 


Riley is a 11 year old whose parents move from minnesota to SF. The move obviously hasn't gone that well with her as she misses her friends, hockey, school etc. We are shown this, not through Riley's actions, but through those of the five emotions that run the Head Quarters in her head- Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear. Together, they manage the well being and personality of riley as she navigates the world she lives in. A freak mistake sends Joy and Sadness away from the head quarters, leaving fear anger and disgust in charge and Riley in an emotional mess. How she manages to regain her usual cheerful self is the story of Inside Out. 


With the core ideas of innocence being lost and the need for sadness to appreciate and enjoy happiness better, Inside Out is gorgeously imagined and mounted. Colorful, vivid and inventive in turning complex ideas of thoughts, emotions, abstract logical reasoning and depression into delightful ideas, the film makes you well up with tears at times. The imagination land, the orbs of memories color coded to depict the emotion they carry, stuff that kids would take time to understand but adults would love, make Inside Out the most grown up kids movie ever. The 3D version is not warrented though, since there is none of the flair a 3D film is wont to in terms of graphics and visual fireworks. What is there aplenty is a warm soul that tugs at your heart strings and leaves Joy singing in your head long after its over. Watch this one for sure.

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