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➛ Inside Out Movie Storyline

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, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.

➛ Inside Out Movie Review, 

Tittle : Absolutely Brilliant! on 24 June 2015 | by crimson_knight_7 (Canada) 

For every child, growing up can be exciting, confusing, and difficult. For Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco, Riley is directed by her emotions, Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) in Headquarters Control Center inside Riley’s mind to help her overcome everyday life. However, Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to Riley’s new life in San Francisco and emotional disorder arises. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most fundamental emotion, tries to keep things optimistic, the emotions fight on how best to navigate Riley’s new world.

After watching “Inside Out” with my wife, we both agreed that “Inside Out” is the perfect Pixar Animation movie for any family on a night out. It was both imaginative and relatable for both children and adults. I never thought “Inside Out” would be this enjoyable, but I was able to experience every emotion of “Joy”, “Disgust”, “Anger”, “Fear”, and “Sadness” for each and every moment of this film. At the end of the night, I was pleasantly unsatisfied because I wanted to watch the movie again and again. Parents, if you’re looking for a fun filled movie night with your children, this movie will not only please them, but you as well.

A PERFECT 10!! Well done Pixar!

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Well I had seen pretty much all the major summer movies that I wanted to see, and I’ll rank them from highest to lowest.

1. Mad Max Fury Road 9.5

Absolutely brilliant movie, and I think the best pop corn action flick I had seen in the last 10 years. A movie that relies more on real practical effects rather than CGI, and the cinematography has got to be the absolute best that I had ever seen, it was just plain beautiful to see on the big screen. I think every single other movie should learn a thing or two about how one should handle action sequences. And not to mention it had a really gripping story and all the characters were great and real, not cartoony.

2. Inside Out 9

A real surprise one, I didn’t expect this one to be great, but I was wrong, the story is one of the strongest ones Pixar’s ever done, the animation was beautiful  , and the level of detail amazing. All the characters were likable, and they all played a very important part that helped moved the story marvelously.  And the lesson is real good one. This one teaches about sometimes it’s ok to be sad, for in that sadness can change into joy. 

3. Avengers Age of Ultron 8

Great action sequences, which were bigger than the first avengers, and yet to me it didn’t felt as good as the first one. I would had preferred if there was a bit more of the maximoff twins since they did had some very interesting backstories. The hulk and black widow romance sub plot felt odd, and unnecessary to me, but at least they seem to had it broken in the end. And I did liked how the character of Vision had the most memorable funny moments and also cool ones. Still it left me exited for the next avengers movies, can’t wait to see Thanos unleashed the power of all the infinity stones.

4. Jurassic World 7

In many ways, this was my most anticipating movie for me of this year, more than any other including episode 7. All the dinosaur action of this was indeed the best part, and I loved the big twist in the end that happened. But the story felt flat to me, the pacing was slow, and none of the human characters were great or forgetful since they were all cliched and nothing special about em.  The first Jurassic Park movie was my childhood movie for me since I was about 8 years when it was released, and it left me wit an interest on dinosaurs through all of the 90s.  I was hoping this movie would make me go back to that, but I guess I grew out of that.

Well there’s another movie that I’d like to see, which is tommorowland, but seeing the reviews how they were not so good, I’m still not sure if I should, and just wait for the rental.


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I love that movie subtly made the distinction between depression and sadness. Riley starts to fall apart due to the absence of both Joy and Sadness. When the darkness starts to sweep across the control panel, I saw that as a metaphor for depression, as well as when Joy says something along the lines of, “If we can’t get back to headquarters she won’t be able to feel anything anymore.” They depict depression as a lack of emotion rather than too much sadness.
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Yann Samuell’s Jeux D’efants, Christophe Honoré’s Les Chansons D’amour, Christophe Honoré’s La Belle Personne, Lisa Azuelos’ LOL (Laughing Out Loud), Benoît Philippon’s Lullaby, David Moreau’s 20 Ans D’écart. ( some of my favorite french films as minimalist posters. click to enlarge!)

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