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Inside Out

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26 Jun, 2015 1 hr 42 mins U
Kaitlyn Dias, Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Phyllis Smith, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, John Ratzenberger
Inside Out can be enjoyed by a variety of age groups and is both nuanced and sensitive without sacrificing the fun angle.

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Story: When Riley (Dias) moves to San Francisco from Minnesota, she is anything but pleased. Her personified emotions - Joy (Poehler), Fear (Hader), Anger (Black), Disgust (Kaling) and Sadness (Smith) - balance out her feelings while living in her mind's 'Headquarters'. They now try to help Riley adjust to her new home while dealing with an emotional imbalance caused by Sadness.

Review: What will strike you immediately about this movie is just how novel the entire concept really is. Just like some of the really good animated movies we've seen in the past, this one quite literally has a cerebral angle (pun intended in this case!), so to speak. It puts the emotions of a child front and centre.

Riley's memories are represented by color-coded orbs that the Emotions organize in an efficient and orderly manner every night when she sleeps.On the first day at her new school, Sadness touches a happy memory orb in Riley's mind by mistake, causing a chain of events that leads to Sadness and Joy being sucked out of HQ (that is connected to places like 'Friendship Island' and 'Goofball Island') into a remote part of Riley's mind. They have to find their way back to HQ before Riley's life turns topsy-turvy.

Anger gets into his element when the other emotions fail. Disgust is fuelled by a bit of ego and self-esteem while Fear takes caution to the extreme, keeping self-preservation in mind.

The various aspects of Riley's mind are depicted in the most creative of ways. The Memory Dump is literally that - a repository of forgotten thoughts and experiences. Dreams are produced on a film set (called the 'Dream Factory') in her mind and there's even a surreal room representing abstract thought, where Joy, Sadness and an imaginary friend of Riley's get a Cubist makeover, followed by a two-dimensional rendering. Really clever stuff.

Dressed up in colourful and wildly imaginative garb - yet making sense every step of the way - Inside Out can be enjoyed by a variety of age groups and is both nuanced and sensitive without sacrificing the fun angle.
Avg Users’ Rating 4.1/5 ( 126 users )
Mauli Agarwal
nice movie
SN Kannan
Not sure if this is a joyful children's movie or serious adult movie. The concept and plot is very abstract and thoughtful which children will not realise...and the cartoonisation and clowning reasonably good enough for children to laugh at...if only it was not so melancholy. Adults will enjoy the theme...but would not like to be seen in the theatre seeing a cartoon without children with them . Pity....
Mauli Agarwal
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