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Inside Out 2015 Movie Info

Inside Out is a 2015 American 3D computer-animated comedy-drama film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Directed and co-written by Pete Docter, the film is set in the mind of a young girl, Riley Andersen (Kaitlyn Dias), where five personified emotions—Joy (Amy Poehler), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Fear (Bill Hader), and Sadness (Phyllis Smith)—try to lead her through life as she moves with her parents (Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan) to a new city. The film was co-directed and co-written by Ronnie del Carmen and produced by Jonas Rivera, with music composed by Michael Giacchino.

Plot :

When a girl named Riley is born in Minnesota, within her mind, five manifestations of her emotions—Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger—come to life. The emotions live in Headquarters, Riley’s conscious mind, where they influence Riley’s actions and memories via a control console. Her new memories are housed in colored orbs, which are sent into storage at the end of every waking period. The most important or “core” memories are housed in a hub in Headquarters and power five “islands”, each of which reflects a different aspect of Riley’s personality. Joy acts as the dominant emotion to keep Riley in a happy state, but she and the others do not understand Sadness’s purpose.

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➼ Boruto: Naruto the Movie Movie Storyline
Boruto is the son of the 7th Hokage Naruto who completely rejects his father. Behind this, he has feelings of wanting to surpass Naruto, who is respected as a hero. He ends up meeting his father’s friend Sasuke, and requests to become… his apprentice!? The curtain on the story of the new generation written by Masashi Kishimoto rises!

Rating : 7.6

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Rough animations by Jorge A. Capote on “Klaus“ pilot movie.

Jim Hill: 'Ducktales' Reboot is CG-Animated, 'Darkwing Duck' and 'Kim Possible' Reboots Could Follow
A Disney expert dishes on some unconfirmed heresay regarding rebooted properties from Disney TVA.

“With Ducktales, Jim Hill reportedly tells us that the reboot will be CG-animated. This isn’t exactly official confirmation, but it would seem as if the decision for the show to be CG was made internally and decisively. He also mentions that top-tier talent from other shows (Batman: The Animated Series in particular) are being brought in to steer the creative direction of the new Ducktales.

But that’s not all. If Jim’s word is to be believed, Disney has a ‘shortlist’ of properties that they want to revisit if the new Ducktales pans out. On that list is a CG-animated Kim Possible and even Darkwing Duck, a cult favorite that will soon return as a new comic book series.

In the case of Kim Possible, creators Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle had actually pitched the idea of a CG-animated reboot to Disney a few times, even going so far as to get Chris Bailey (who directed the pilot) to do a CG-animated ‘proof of concept’ that served as a reworking of the original pilot.”


Cool stuff is happening in the Nick Artist Program! 

A fresh round of artists just started our six month program in which they’ll hone their craft under the watchful eye of some of the best artists in the animation industry, and you can follow along with them on the Nick Artist Facebook and Twitter pages.

Every week, they’ll each post one brand new piece of art on the Nick Artist Facebook. Above are the first five assignments, and they’re soooooo awesome.

Find out more info about each artist and their respective drawing by clicking the links below.

Monday: Marcos Cohen
Tuesday: Jerry Suh
Wednesday: April Amezquita
Thursday: Mallory Carlson (Part 1)
Thursday: Mallory Carlson (Part 2)
Friday: Caitlin Elise Willis


Sometimes…life can be really really hard.
It can take a turn for the worst when we least expect it.
There always seems to be a new hill or a mountain in front of us tp climb over
and sometimes it just feels so tempting to just run away from it all.
we feel weak and tired,  and not strong enough to go on,
but It’s important to know that…it’s okay to feel that way.
It’s normal to be….scared. To not be strong all of the time. We’re humans.
But remember…
tomorrow is a new day.
And it may even take a few tomorrows to get yourself through this
but it will pass, eventually.
You can make it through this.

This is something I meant to do a really long time ago for anyone who may be going through a hard time. I always say I wish I could protect all of you guys, “a chief protects his own”, heh, and it’s true. My friends, followers, and the httyd fandom mean so much to me. And I just want you all to know that there’s always a future, there always opportunity out there. There’s always a goal. There’s always a chance. There’s always light at the end of the seemingly endless tunnel.
Keep your heads high and keep trucking through the high muddy waters, because it’ll be worth it in the end.

“It’s just a simple brown missive from the person you miss/A reminder you could always be a little bit better than this!”

Some rough animation in a different style from previous lipsyncing stuff, possibly to be refined at some point!  The song is Get Better by Frank Turner and the subject is…myself, even though obviously I sound nothing like Frank Turner.  I find myself easier to draw than most characters, so the choice isn’t super significant, just me being lazy. u-u

So, this is what I did tonight instead of watching more Harry Potter like I planned!  Oh well?

My Problem With Pixar's 'Lava'
Where I write about why i didn't like Disney-Pixar's new short film 'Lava', which can be seen in front of 'Inside Out'.

by Pablo Ruiz:

While there are things I enjoyed about Lava I actually had the same problem with it as with Pixar’s second-to-last short The Blue Umbrella. Both stories are basically the same.

There’s nothing wrong with a simple story, but I feel this one and Umbrella‘s are too simple. Think of Presto: Everything that happens comes from Alec’s desperate desire for that carrot and Presto’s reluctance to give it to him. Every action comes from the characters’ choices. Whereas is both Lava and Umbrella things just happen to our characters. Boy Volcano wants a girl Volcano but doesn’t get her until he suddenly does. There’s no character growth, no arc. There’s no story. It’s just things happening on screen.

See also: Gender-coding, Heteronormativity, and Pixar’s LAVA

There’s nothing particularly wrong with giving an inanimate object human features for the sake of an animated story, but there’s a certain hypocrisy to how storytellers often go about it. The gender-coding of such objects, or even of animals like cats and dogs, often focuses on externalizing feminine traits. For instance, as Anita Sarkeesian points out in her Tropes vs Women series, there’s nothing distinctly ‘male’ about a character like Pac Man, and Ms. Pac Man is merely Pac Man with a bow and makeup. Lava follows a similar set up, wherein the male volcano is, quite simply, a large mountain with a face, but the female volcano is not only designed to be slender and have a face that’s more recognizably ‘pretty’, but she even has what appears to be long, flowing hair.

What did you think of Lava?