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God's avatar


cried like a little bitch when spoiler, fuck
8 years 10 months ago
monclivie's avatar


No villain, no love story, a lot of fun and wonderful ideas. Perfect job, Pix.
8 years 10 months ago
MacBrains's avatar


Great third movie from the Director of Monster Inc and Up. This flix is probably to complex for kids under 10, but the message is so great: It is sometime OK to be sad.
8 years 9 months ago
frankqb's avatar


A deeply interesting film that takes your cares away as it teaches empathy and emotional intelligence. Brilliantly performed, and hilarious with rich animation, bursting to the seams with creativity - Inside Out is a new Pixar classic that gets inside your head and touches you.

Four stars out of four
8 years 10 months ago
dorkusmalorkus's avatar


I can count the movies that have made me cry on one hand. Inside Out is the first animated one.

It's about an eleven-year-old girl named Riley and the pains of growing up, but it's also about so much more. It's about connecting with others and understanding yourself. It's about remembering what's important and, most impactful for me, forgetting and being forgotten. And while it may be about Riley, she's not really the one you're supposed to connect with. For some, especially young children I would imagine, it's Joy, brilliantly brought to life by Amy Poehler. But for me, at least, it's Phyllis Smith's sadness that is the most relatable.

Brilliant idea, brilliant film.
8 years 11 months ago
nowhereman136's avatar


i cant wait to see what fans come up with when they apply this theory with other Pixar characters. I would love to see inside Walle, Remy, Merlin, and Mike's heads. Not to mention of course Woody vs Buzz

Pixar has returned to its originality and emotional core we have been missing since Toy Story 3. I've enjoyed Brave, Monsters U, and Cars 2, but this is on a level above them
8 years 11 months ago
EmberLouise's avatar


One of the best things about the movie is that it teaches you a lot about how your mind works without having to get into anything scientific. We need all of our emotions; too much Joy is just as bad for you as too much Sadness or too little Fear. On the drive back the my friends and I were talking about how we imagine our five emotions are operating our minds. I imagine a lot people being inspired to look into their problems and figure things out. It's certainly done so for me.
8 years 11 months ago
Cadeicus's avatar


Great idea and really well executed.

Really liked it.
8 years 9 months ago
inigo_montoya's avatar


A good flick but I don't understand why everyone so in love witn it. I think it wasn't a very good decision to focus on characters like Joy and Sadness - basically a one-dimensioned characters! They are fun but not really interesting and sometimes annoying. And it feels like another colourful cartoon movie with unusual setting. I think it would be more interesting and braver if Docter focused on Riley. Plus idea that sometime it's ok to be sad - I don't know guys, maybe for American audience it's a fresh thought.
8 years 7 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Inside Out is a clever tear-jerker out of Pixar, in which we follow a young girl's emotions as they pilot (for lack of a better term) her from inside her mind. She's a happy girl, so Joy (Amy Poehler - a full performance, Joy moves like her) is very much in control. Until the family moves to the big city and things start to fall apart on year 11 or 12, that is. When happy memories start turning sad, Joy is desperate to have her girl repress her Sadness. The world created by the film is a fanciful extrapolation of what psychology has taught us, filled with clever details for adults and repeat viewers alike. There's a lot of humor, especially when we realize other people have the same emotional consortium inside THEIR heads. But it's very much about the transition between childhood and adolescence, in mind if not yet in body, and the loss of something. That loss is translated into a melancholy that won't leave a dry eye in the house. Touching, funny, smart and relevant, I'd go so far as to say this is the best Pixar movie outside of the Toy Story franchise.
8 years 10 months ago
neocowboy's avatar


I loved everything except the character design.
The emotions have genders but are mixed in Riley and uniform in the parents. I thought it was lazy how they just slapped glasses and moustaches on the parents' emotions. They could have had original designs with the same colour scheme.

I think everyone would agree the film could only benefit if the family had strong Minnesota accents. Oh, ya.
8 years 6 months ago
The_Comatorium's avatar


Such a wonder of a film. I love you Bing Bong.
8 years 10 months ago
dwzobell's avatar


A work of wonder, totally deserving of the praise it's gotten. I don't think it deserves "Best of" from the studio but it's still a near-perfect film. It loses a point or two for conflicts that feel obligatory more than necessary but overall, it's a film filled with such paradoxical joy, such incredible insight into childhood...Joins "The Tree of Life" and "Where the Wild Things Are" in the short list of amazing films about childhood from the last decade. I had tears in my eyes, occasionally out of sadness, usually out of joy and wonder, for most of the film.
8 years 10 months ago
tweet_tweet's avatar


Well, it's safe to say Pixar has regained its mojo!
8 years 10 months ago
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Unfortunate Synopsis

Pixar hit another homerun with Inside Out. It's such an ingenious way to introduce how our emotions work in harmony with our thoughts and behavior. Also, the music score for this film is probably the best for any Pixar film.
8 years 11 months ago

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