The next Pixar is finally here, and boy, was it an incredible experience. I watched the trailer for Inside Out a few months ago, and I’ve anticipated it ever since.
It's pretty awesome that Pixar and Disney aren't spoiling much of the movie in their trailers. If anything, they simply show the mechanics of the movie (anger, fear, disgust, etc). That's something I appreciate since movies are usually spoiled within their very own trailers.
This movie is appropriate for adults because of the emotional ride and genius mechanics that allow us to connect to the film. There’s plenty to take away from this film, and like all pixar movies, the visuals are phenomenal.
I’ll refrain from mentioning anything in regards to the storyline - the best way to experience this movie is by minimally exposing yourself to the story. The trailer will suffice. Watch it, and you’ll be set.
Inside Out might be Pixar’s best movie so far, and it is definitely one of favorite movies this year.
This movie gets a 10/10 from me. I love it! There's so much to learn from this movie. It's a deep, emotional roller coaster, and I strongly recommend it.
I've seen this movie twice - it's that good. The short film at the beginning is pretty neat, too.