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Thursday, December 31, 2015
Movie Review: ****Inside Out (2015)
This is a Disney Pixar movie with an interesting premise. Many of the Pixar movies are that way; from the view of the world form the perspective of a car, or an airplane, or a toy, or a fish, or a bug, or a forgotten robot, or a monster. This movie is from the perspective of emotions. Five emotions Joy (Amy Poehler), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Anger (Lewis Black), Sadness (Phyllis Smith) and Fear (Bill Hader) have a keyboard and help a young girl (Kaitlyn Dias) navigate life. Joy is determined that all memories will be happy ones, and wants to keep sadness away from the work. This goes well as long as there is no pressure or stress in our girl's life. However when they move from Minnesota to San Francisco, things go haywire, and our girl starts to break down. Things get worse when Joy and Sadness accidentally loss themselves in the girl's subconscious. Not even her parents (Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan) can get through to her any more. So how do Joy and Sadness get back to the control center? And more importanatly how does Joy lean how to intermingle with Sadness? I enjoyed this video. I watched with my granddaughter and Tony. They both had a good time.