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Inside Out 2015

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This is a gorgeous movie. There is no villain or external force to fight. It is about a girl who had a very happy childhood learning to deal with loneliness and accepting other negative emotions like sadness. She is learning how to balance all the little pieces of herself (what separates children from adults). The movie shows little kids how you are dealing with stuff on the inside affects how you deal with stuff on the outside.

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Brilliant movie. I just don't give a '10' to this one because Joy was actually a bitch to Sadness on the beginning

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Inside Out isn't just a movie. It's a doctoral dissertation on human psychology, with a bit of therapy on the side. Miraculously, it's fun, to boot. The level of invention is so high, and the density of detail is so great, that it’s impossible to absorb everything in a single viewing—which is why I’m watching it again (& again & again).

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An emotional film that if doesn' t make you cry, will at least leave you with a tear in the corner of the eye.

Beautiful animation that teaches kids in a delightful way how the brain works.

Finally an animation movie with smart jokes to all the family and not the usual 'poop' jokes.

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Joy was the most annoying character in this movie. I wanna punch her in her face so much. Yes, there were funny moments but the plot was really boring..

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Consistently beautiful, hilarious, and moving, Inside Out proves to be one of the smallest Pixar films in scope, but one of the biggest and most successful in ambition.

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Crappiest movie EVER!!!!!!!! Whats the point of having the other emotions if the whole psyche fell apart once Joy was gone? Whats the point of having the other emotions to begin with then!?!?!? IT DOESN MAKE SENSE!!!

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A fantastic, heartfelt movie. Absolutely loved it.

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This is one of the dumbest movies I have ever seen. What did they do...watch Dreamcatcher to come up with this garbage? Really? Memory balls? Floating islands? Lost clowns? Come​ on Pixar, your better than this.

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This is unlike any other animated movie I have seen and I don't think it should actually be under the genre of Comedy because it isn't a happy movie. It has happy moments and it is very touching but it's not happy. It is however a very beautiful movie. I think most people can relate to Riley, maybe too many people can relate to this story and I think it is great that a movie is shedding light on this very big problem. I think it would be great to show this movie is schools and make people aware of what depression can do to a person.
The message in this movie is so very real! One of the greatest animated movies.

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Damn! what a beautiful film, and brilliant plot.. left me in an emotionally softy breakdown mess.. damn you pixar, and your emotional films... Pete Docter, Ronnie del Carmen.. well made.. i bet your intentions was to break us.. wasn't it! haha

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Personally for me this movie fell flat. Joy the main character came of to me as rude and overbearing. She cares little about the other "emotions" and only for her role to Riley. The other emotions fall apart without her and almost ruin the person they care about? Come on. Like Joy is the only thing holding us together? I get that the end is supposed to encompass Joy's (very slight) character development but it's kind of hard to care about a movie when you don't even like the "hero". The best part of this film is the love and support from Riley's imaginary friend. All in all this movie isn't worth much of your time.

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Absolutely amazing movie! Everything about this movie was just right. The jokes, the story, the characters, what a perfect 94 minutes those were. I loved every single minute of it!

Also that cat during the ending credits... I can totally see happening :D

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Nobod makes animation like Pixar, they deliver every time & this was no exception! It's not just in the category of animation alone either, I put their top flicks right there with non animation.

Such a great movie on so many levels!! Highly recommended for the whole family, it's not only great fun but like Pixar often does, they teach us something about life & or ourselves.

I'm gutted there won't be a sequel though, at least not any time soon but fingers crossed it happens at some stage because it certainly lends itself to a follow up (that puberty button)

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An absolute masterpiece. I from my hometown when i was seven years old. Missed my old house, friends, everything. So I believe I can relate to Riley's journey. What I really loved about this movie is the ending and how sadness helped fixing the whole problem. The way I see it, sometimes you need to accept sadness as a part of you whether you like or not. and that's the difficult part during your childhood

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I have only cried, then laughed, then cried, all over again several times.
Haven't watched a Disney movie that played on emotions like that, until now. Remarkable work.

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After dabbling in a few films that can merely be described as "very good," Pixar appear to have reverted to expectations and produced another masterpiece. Whilst the plot may well suggest another mismatched duo on a journey to discover they really need each other, this would do a tremendous disservice to what is frankly one of the most interesting and brilliantly conceived concepts that Pixar have ever done. With the film essentially taking place inside the mind of an 11-year old child and her emotions as the central characters, what astounds is not simply the concept, but how well the filmmakers have developed the inner workings of the mind and its development through childhood to the point that it feels so accurate, they could show this to students in lecture halls as well as cinemas. This is a film that practically demands repeat viewings and any film that can depict abstract thought and the subconscious ("It's where they keep all the troublemakers"). in such an entertaining manner deserves it. Pixar is going to struggle to top this one!

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I cried like a baby.

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Absolutely amazing. I had been a Riley, always happy, all my life but I've been struggling with depression for the last two years. This movie is just what I needed. A must see for every adult and teenager.

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wow this was just incredible. an entire essay could be written on it, really. the idea that we need to accept sadness to be truly happy is, ultimately, what stays with us after it's finished and it could not be more touching and mature. i think this is more impactful for people who've already had to let go of their childhood than for people who are still living it (quips like "riley's 12 now, what could happen?!" and "what's puberty?", etc are truly made for an older audience and i love that). I truly believe this is one of the best coming of age films I've ever watched. Also, the Joy puppet in my head had a big moment when I successfully picked up on that Chinatown reference - perhaps I am a true cinephile now!

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I think the beginning and the end are the best parts. Everything in the middle is mediocre and forgettable. It's not a bad kids movie, and it's certainly okay to like it, but I just found all the stuff in the middle really lame. It's just Joy and Sadness trying to get back to the control tower. Sure, there was some cool stuff with Riley and her downfall as a character, but some of it is inconsistent and doesn't make sense according to the logic set up at the beginning of the movie.

It's not bad, but nothing I'd ever rewatch. Typical modern Pixar.

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One of the lesser talked about Pixar movies, we watched for a family movie night as my wife and youngest hadn't seen it yet. I had taken the middles to see it when it was in the theater.

I really like this movie and its smartly done commentary on the importance of emotions. Fun enough for the youngest to stay involved, but with an interesting enough metaphor to keep parents humored. LOVED seeing inside the parents' heads. Be warned though, and this seems weirdly obvious to say, but like a lot of Pixar movies this gets pretty emotional at times.

Also loved some of the casting choices. Amy Poehler as "Joy" and Louis Black as "Anger" were especially great.

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The voices made me watch this

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This movie is brilliant on so many levels...

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A great family film with some very sad moments that really shows the struggles of being young in modern society

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Inside Out is slightly aimed at more younger children with the appearance of the character Bing Bong. However, adults and children alike can relate to how it feels to be emotional and not being able to control your emotions of anger, sadness, fear, disgust and of course joy! very cleverly written film that is unlike anything else i have ever seen!

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when I've seen this movie first time it was wonderful animated film,then i continue watching like this story!

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Heartwarming and unique; nothing you've ever seen before. And surprisingly, it's not too childish. #ShiftvW8

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OK, I got to be honest, I didn't expect a whole lot from this movie going in, I figured it was mostly a kids movie with a lot of Disney hype behind it.

Boy, was I wrong. The idea seems weird at first: "Lets make a movie about the emotions of a child.". But Pixar made a weird idea work beautifully (again). It's a very bitter-sweet movie about the pains and realities of growing up, with the world and emotions becoming more complex in the process.

But it still works as a comedy, too. This is at least partially to the credit of the voice actors. They didn't just pick some random big names, they fit perfectly. Joy pretty much was Leslie Knope as a pure emotion, Amy Poehler made that ridiculous optimism work. And Lewis Black fit Anger with his pissed off default character perfectly too.

In short: go watch it, even as an adult, even when there are no kids around, it's just great funny sad sweet entertainment.

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It's fabulous to see emotions being recognized/acknolwedged for many of our actions. This isn't just a story about a little girl. It's a story about EVERYONE. Yes, even you. If you want to get an idea of why you are the way you are then after seeing this you'll understand. Excellent storyline, true-to-life situations, honarable to the human, ... even my therapist is raving about this movie. It's not usual if I ever would watch a movie twice. But this is one that I would watch again.

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Damn sadness, you made me cry! Made me feels thing I never realized I have. Made me realized how much my parents must have been proud and worried about me when i was growing up.

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An animation movie where the adults can say "Oh yeah, I've watched it already and it was awesome and such emotional". Another tear-bending animation movie. And they said animation are just for children...

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As a twenty year old, this film had really hit me in the core. It's overall premises was to convey the state of growing up and our feelings regarding it in an extremely creative way. I cry every time I've watched this movie. One of my favorites.

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This is a great movie for parents.
It teaches an important thing: you must accept that your children can feel sad or lonely.
That negativity is part of life and you must accept it if it comes.

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One of my favorite Pixar films of all time.

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This movie is ingenious! Thanks Pixar for making such a heartfelt and meaningful animated film as always.

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If you haven't seen this already, it's time to take out your time in your busy schedule and get crackin'

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Smart concept, surprisingly inventive and the fabulous animation we've come to expect from Pixar, not to mention truly moving in parts. Absolutely loved it.

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Just might be my favorite Pixar film to date (that in itself is utterly remarkable, as the studio's output has been exemplary)

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Very cute. As a person with depression I definitely resonated with a lot of the themes in the film. The animation was nice but I wish the character designs were pretty uninteresting, mostly for Joy and Disgust. If you liked Up you would like this, I think.

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I was very excited upon seeing the trailer for this movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MC3XuMvsDI

However sadly the movie is nothing like this. I was expecting interaction between different characters and different emotions like in this trailer, however other than this moment and a montage at the start of the credits, everything is inside the main characters head. I still think that could have been a cool concept but as soon as the emotions abandoned there post the movie stopped being about the actual idea that attracted me to the movie, and instead was just a movie about two people trying to get home in time.

Overall I think they could have done a lot better with the ideas from the trailer rather than the ideas from the other 99% of the movie.

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Shout by Si McClure
2015-08-06T22:16:27Z— updated 2017-04-19T14:51:06Z

Inside Out was as good as it could have been. There was a lot of explaining, just to take the film in particular places. I'm not saying I didn't "get" it... I was just very conscious that the story team cared more about the destinations, rather than the journey... and that took me away from the film. It was so tangled up in itself that I couldn't fully immerse myself in it. I really wanted to love this too.

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What a stupid movie... So your telling me that Joy ... THE EMOTION, is the ONLY emotion that keeps the whole human psyche intact???? Yeah, ok pal...

The human mind is much more complex and sophisticated then a few emotions pressing buttons when ever they see fit. Its as if the movie is saying: "Hey look this little girl has NO personality WHAT SO EVER!!! Without her emotions she is just an empty shell..."

STUPIDEST MOVIE EVER!!!

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Splendid but a bit too far on the sad side

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Falacies of the Useless

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Grade: 9.2

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It was good, it was original, we liked it, but less than others from Pixar

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There was like no competition with this movie in terms of animation.

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Beautiful, colorful, imaginative and funny and emotional, "Inside Out" is very elegant with the way it produces the story and the beauty and charm makes it definitely worth a watch.

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Freud and the others got so tired about it, and it turned out so easy with this so called psyche. ;)

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Absolutely adorable and heart tugging film.

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Not as good as I thought it would be. Never really seemed to take off.

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Sweet story.

'Inside Out' produces an entertaining, heartfelt 95 minutes. I like how the characters work and how their world is set up, conceptually it works very nicely but visually I don't love it - something about the way it looks is kinda plain to me. While Joy & Co. are memorable, the voices behind them aren't all that standout in my opinion.

Phyllis Smith is my pick of the cast, she is the perfect person to play the character Sadness. Amy Poehler (Joy) and Lewis Black (Anger) are more than satisfactory, too.

It has a good message and meaning, for me it's just missing something extra. Still enjoyed it though.

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Pixar made it again! Another great movie that makes you drop a tear or two. A great movie to watch in family. 8/10

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Animated kids movies are really good for the most part lately. Lately as in the 20 years. Maybe. I don't know. There's some I hate like Happy Feet or Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs or what have you, but generally even a "lesser" studio like Dreamworks puts out good stuff for the most part. Inside Out is neither that great, nor that bad. A big problem for me was I really disliked the design style of the emotions. Felt shapes is.... just dumb. They look dumb. And WOW are they annoying most of the time. And despite some people getting a deeper meaning about depression from it, to me it was just a basic cliche plot about a kid who moved to a new city and it sucks and then she learns to adapt, seen through the eyes of a few emotions pushing buttons. The vast majority of the action takes place in the memory banks and most of it falls flat. The moral is basically "it's ok to be sad, sadness can help us too" and that's nice for children to know and I'm glad we say things like that to them these days.

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I'm clearly in the minority, but I just couldn't watch more than maybe half an hour of this movie - I stopped when we get a look inside the parents' heads. Everything annoyed me. Everything.

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Nice! You could feel that so much brainstorming was poured into making this. But at the end of the day, it's just a kids movie. A well thought out kids movie that it! But I guess the kid is me has hit puberty and so I didn't find this too enjoyable!

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An incredible movie. It's funny and sad throughout. It looks gorgeous. The voice acting is perfect. It has a unique and interesting concept that send kids an important message about their emotions. One of Pixar's best movies.

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the story, the characters, the movie....everything was amazing!

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My emotions are all over the place after watching this movie. Sadness, joyful, fear, angry, disgust.

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This made me feel fuzzy, and warm... it's an amazing movie! I LOVE IT! #ShiftvW8

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The feeling this movie caused me the most was vertigo.

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Not for the smaller kids in the family.

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7,8 = Um filme para explorar a ideia do roteirista. Mostra a necessidade de equilíbrio de suas emoções e que talvez isso seja a razão.

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Well, it sure is a Disney/Pixar movie.

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Well i will agree with the rest this is not a child movie. It is anime but the messages and the feelings i don't know if any of the kids waiting to see a fun ride with villains and the happy princess believe. It is a great movie that parents should take the time to explain it later why sadness and happiness should go together

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After watching dis I wondered if there R people in my head

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A very touching movie following one girl and her emotions interweaving stories. This one made me well up at times.

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One thing great about this show is how they put across the fact that life always needs a balance. No matter how you wanna shut out the negative emotions and juz focus on being happy, there's always a time we all need to breakdown and juz let our body recover from all the unhappiness. Afterall, we're all juz humans.

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