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A middle of the road effort compared to Pixar's masterpieces. Inside Out feels rather like a sitcom populated with poorly written stock characters (as one might expect), injecting an unexpected dose of artificiality into a film that could do without. The animation is state-of-the-art, but the writing needs a great deal of work. For a film about humans, it feels surprisingly alien.
Really cute and great family movie. Sad in some places and hilarious in a lot more! I saw it in the theater then we bought it. No waiting for 315 holds!
One of the most touching and original stories Pixar and Disney have ever offered. Rotten Tomatoes rated this movie #12 on their list of all time best movies ( now moved up to #7 ALL TIME ! ), which is impressive and deserved! The animation is glorious, while the characters, storyline, and voice actors were all well chosen .. especially enjoyed Bing Bong! Great, great movie. A+
I already watched it on Netflix cuz it came out a few weeks ago on it so now I don't have to put is on hold great......... lol
btw my b-day very soon
This is a great movie but be warned we found it WAY to serious and sad for our children (4 and 5 year olds).
You can also now just watch it on Netflix
Cute, with the classice Disney touch. Not one of the best, but cute; an average Disney. It was a little sad though and made my two younger siblings cry at a touching part.
this was great funny and touching. Probably one that older kids and adults would enjoy more than the really young ones. My only complaint is maybe that it was a tad to long. could have used one less scene of joy and sadness falling off things and get further for the journey home. I loved the imaginary friend
I love this movie! It is so funny! It is very great to know that you should include everyone...(sadness). I love how this movie has you thinking what your mind is saying and doing...
This is a great movie! It teaches children (and adults) about their emotions, why they feel what they feel, and most importantly it shows you what depression is. I don't think it was too depressing. There are a lot of mental disorders and issues living in our society today so I think this movie is spot on. Perfect for any age!
The movie is visually stunning. Pixar's CGI is gorgeous and extremely realistic. As for the story, I found it cute and engaging, with enough funny gags to keep it interesting. The way Pete Docter mapped out the human mind in this movie was very interesting and intriguing. The emotions were adorable (I particularly like Sadness :D), all of them having their strong points. I really loved Riley and her parents. I was a little disappointed that Riley herself didn't get more dialogue. I mean, I understand that the emotions inside her head are essentially HER, but at the same time, they seem kind of like an indirect channel/projection of Riley. Like, they're Riley, I know, but they're not Riley HERSELF. I just wish somehow Riley could've been personified more instead of just that kid whose head holds those luminescent little characters the audience loves.
The family relationship between Riley and her parents was so good. The love and support that her parents gave her, and in turn the way the movie showed her finally breaking down was just beautiful. I will admit, I cried several times during this movie. It's emotional and heartfelt.
Although it probably will never top some of my other Pixar favorites (Finding Nemo, Up, The Incredibles), Inside Out is a very unique story, and I did like it. If Pixar keeps churning out great movies like this and their past classics, they've got a very bright future ahead of them. Bravo, Pete Docter, bravo.
I'm 181 in line 4 holds. That's so annoying becuz I loved this movie. I watched it 2 times already
My children and I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It showed how emotions all are relevant to children. Highly recommended.
There is only one small critique I would give this movie and this I wish the main character was a boy. I know that sounds silly, but in a society where children (especially boys) are constantly told not to be emotional or cry I really think it would have just been extraordinary. However, I still LOVE this movie and the message!
Despite the rave reviews by film critics, I have to say I enjoy this one far less compared to similar work by Pixar such as 'UP'. Perhaps the story just fails to engage me.
Excellent! I want to see "Inside Out 2" so they can press The Puberty Button. Ha!
Pixar does it again. This is one of the sweetest, cutest, and you guessed it, most emotional movies of all time. Clever story line. Great acting. Fantastic animation. A must see. Literally one of the best Pixar movies since Finding Nemo. ( And if your a fan of Finding Nemo, then you'll be jumping up and down at this news because FINDING DORY the sequel will soon be hitting theaters everywhere on June 17th 2016
This was such a fun movie to watch. Following Riley through everything that she was going through, watching the emotions actually have their own minds and actions, it was amazing! I really enjoyed watching this new addition to the Pixar Collection, even though it was a bit sadder than I thought it would be.
@abray I couldn't agree more! I loved this movie and highly recommend it for all ages.
Inside Out was a sheer and utter delight to watch, visually beautiful and conceptually amazing. Stunningly animated characters, all given such entertaining personalities and all living in the head of an 11 year old girl.
A fun look at emotions and memories and how they shape our lives. It wasn't my favorite disney/pixar, but it was cute and nostalgic.
Inside Out is about the life of Riley Andersen, an adventurous tween born in Minnesota. It explains what’s going on in her life through the personalities of Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust; her emotions. The emotions live in Headquarters, Riley's conscious mind, and that’s where Riley's actions and memories are influenced. The fresh and new memories are in colored orbs, which are sent into storage once she wakes up from her sleep. The most important ("core") memories are also in Headquarters and power five islands in her mind. Each island represents a part of Riley's personality. Joy is the dominant emotion to keep Riley in a happy state. Her and the others do not understand why Sadness is there, though, as all she does is ruin everything. Eventually, Riley and her family move to San Francisco because of her father’s job. Since Riley has just recently moved, she is very sad; the reason for this is because Sadness keeps on touching memories to make her sad, therefore Joy tries to stop her. On Riley's first day of school, Sadness accidentally touches a core memory and a sad core memory is made. Joy attempts to get rid of it before it reaches the central place but knocks the other core memories down while struggling with Sadness. This causes the personality islands to become unstable. Before Joy can put them back, she, Sadness, and the core memories are thrown out of Headquarters and end up in the rest of Riley's mind. Riley becomes more and more depressed because Joy is not there to make her happy and all of the other emotions can’t do anything because they are all unhappy emotions. Joy and Sadness must get back to Headquarters before Riley makes a bad decision and ruins her life. Do they get back in time to save Riley or is it too late?
I personally think that this is a heart-warming movie and is very exciting. But it might not appeal to everyone because this movie is aimed at younger audiences. It will keep you interested throughout the whole movie if you love family movies and adventurous animated movies. You will be pleasantly surprised at the end because of the great, yet not sudden, ending. The title of this movie also makes an impact on the movie itself. I think that the title goes good with the movie because the inside parts (the emotions) are shown on the outside (Riley’s actions); inside out.
Best Pixar movie Ever!.
This is indeed the best Pixar movie ever i never knew how this movie was incredibly amazing and how well made. I enjoyed it i laughed and cried that's why i saw it three times at the movies. Inside Out is one of the best pixar movies along with Monsters Inc Toy Story 2, The Incredibles and Finding Nemo are my favortive Pixar Movies