Julius’ Review of ‘Inside Out’ (No Spoilers)

I’m a bit late on this review. (About 7 months late…) This is one of my favorite movies that came out last year. Wow. I LOVED this movie. I was really worried about PIXAR for a while after Cars 2 came out, so thank god this movie exists. I can watch this anytime, any where, and it made me feel something. So, you know how I feel; however, I feel that I should get a bit more in detail. Really get into the nitty gritty of my experience with this film. Yep.

Joy.

This movie is so much goddamn fun. Thanks to the humor, visuals, and characters, I couldn’t stop laughing. Everyone is really good, and it’s obvious that they’re having a blast voicing these characters.

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Sadness.

One of the reasons I love this movie is because of it’s message. Sadness is necessary. That’s what I was thinking through out the film. Sadness is shown as an annoyance, the other emotions don’t like her and don’t understand why she’s there. When it’s revealed why she is there and what she is needed for, it’s heartbreaking because we, the audience have felt this way. We appreciate the best moments of our lives because we have those sad moments. That’s a great message for not only kids but everyone. PIXAR handled it masterfully.

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Anger.

I didn’t get angry during this movie, so I’m just going to say that Lewis Black is awesome. My favorite moments in the film are when Anger freaks out. It’s funny and the fact that he isn’t shown as a bad guy is even better. You get where he’s coming from because he’s in the head of a little girl. He’s going to be irrational. His solutions for problems are serious, but the way it’s treated in the film is enjoyable. I want Anger to narrate my life.

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Fear.

This isn’t a scary movie, unless you have a phobia of clowns, in which case stay away. Kids might be worried that Joy and Sadness won’t make it back to the headquarters, but that’s about it. Nothing much to say about Fear, but I’m sticking to the theme dammit!

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Disgust.

There aren’t many problems with this movie as far as I can tell. I had a great time watching it. If I can think of anything, I don’t think the girl was shown enough. I don’t even remember her name to be honest. The argument could be made that the emotions are her, so you do get to know her better, but I don’t know. I love this movie. No disgust.

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Yep.

I’m sure you can tell I love the movie. This is definitely worth a watch or two. I’ll show it to my kids when they go through puberty and have conflicted hormones running through there heads. I give this a 9.5/10

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