Friday, 31 July 2015

Review | Disney Pixar's Inside Out

Me and Dan have wanted to see this film for ages, long before it came out. We knew that it would be brilliant, and Disney Pixar really pulled it off. I laughed, cried, and felt all different types of emotions, in a perfectly disney setting. I just don't know how people even come up with these different ideas for films -this one was fantastic, and so intricate (even though it was based at perhaps a younger audience), we were really impressed.

Inside Out is a film about the emotions (joy, sadness, disgust, anger and fear) inside a little girl called Riley's head. Up until she is 11, a lot of her memories are yellow (for joy) but then she moves and some strange things begin to happy. Her emotions go crazy (both Inside and Out!) and the story is the emotions trying to get themselves back on track.

I found myself really sympathising with Riley, her parents and with the emotions inside her head as well. Even anger was a likeable character because you could see him acting as hard as he could in her best interests. The lands that were created in her head were pretty cool too. I mean a French Fry Forest? I'll take that.

Thats all I'll say about the plot line, but I absolutely loved the film. I loved the thought of some people inside your head trying their hardest to control the way you feel ensuring you are happy! I guess we mostly have the control to do that ourselves, but obviously not always.

I loved this film, Disney Pixar did it again, and I'd really recommend it to anyone! Its light-hearted, but makes you think as well. I'll definitely look forward to seeing this again!

Have you seen Inside Out? What did you think?
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  1. I saw it the other day and oh my gosh did i cry! Bing Bong might just be the new Olaf toy every kid wants for Christmas… What I love about Pixar is the "multilayer" plots they do; so watch Toy Story 10 years on there's a whole dimension of humour you would never pick up as a kid!
    What did you think of the Lava short film beforehand? My flatmates and I are going to be saying "I Lava you" all next year at Uni :P x

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    1. It was so emotional! Yes I completely agree - some of the children in our screening had no idea about some of the really funny bits but obviously we did! I really like that, because it means that it appeals to both kids and adults too.
      I liked the short!! Its different to ones I have seen before, but I thought it was really sweet. I was so happy he found his lava in the end! Bless! XX

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  2. I'm looking forward to seeing inside out, glad to hear the positive feedback xx the trailer looks adorable xox Check out my latest blog post at http://xbeyoutifulx.blogspot.co.uk !! Xx followers are desperately needed xxxxx

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    1. You should be, its a really good film, and so well thought out as well xx

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