After Riley moves from Minnesota to San Francisco, her emotions - fear, disgust, anger, joy, an sadness - must all figure out how to get her through this time.
Who is in it?
Amy Poehler - Joy
Phyllis Smith - Sadness
Richard Kind - Bing Bong
Bill Hader - Fear
When a boy runs into Riley, the scene pans into the mind of the boy to show that all of his emotions are pretty much flipping out with a siren sounding, "girl! girl! girl!".
"Do you ever look at someone and wonder, "What is going on inside their head?"
"All right! We did not die today, I call that an unqualified success."
Inside Out is a nice little Pixar film that is super duper clever and relatable for adults more so than children. The film carries a very interesting plot line of several emotions controlling the human being and how each dictate memories and experiences.
From the clever storyline, to the interesting dynamics included, such as long-term memory, erasing memories, changing of memories, and how each person reacts to situations, the film does make you wonder about our internal selves and what goes through the minds of others.
Again, I cannot stress enough that Inside Out is very, very, clever, and carries some life lessons along with the entertainment.
Very much worth the ninety-minute run-time.