We love Pixar-Disney Movies, they make the most innovative and engaging animations for our generation. They have taken us to places from the earth and even beyond. This year they did not need to go far, as they venture into the story of the little voices in our heads with INSIDE OUT.

Emotions makes us human, and putting a personality with these emotions makes them interesting to watch. The main emotional characters here are Joy (Poehler), Sadness (Smith), DIsgust (Kailing), Anger (Black), and Fear (Hader).  They are currently working inside a girl named Riley, who with her family moved to San Francisco as his dad got a new job there. Adjusting to the new place was hard for her, and from there things get emotional. 

Directed by Pete Docter, and Produced by Jonas Rivera. Story by Pete Docter Ronnie del Carmen. Starring Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Richard Kind, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, and  Kyle MacLachlan. The movie was already shown in the US last June and was a big hit, and even got high reviews from rating websites and critics.
Inside Out used a lot of animation techniques as well as cinematography. The animation of the real world has very fine details even with the simple look of the city. The colorful world of emotions, memories, and dreams does trigger emotions inside. But it will also call in sadness with the progression of the story (Yes, I cried in this movie), but it is in a good way.

Inside Out will be showing in cinemas August 19 in the Philippines.

Deliberation time kids! 

Show summary in 3 words: Feelings Having Feelings
Technical Effects: 5 out of 5 stars (Animation is tedious and their hard work is shown in the details)
Plot: 4.5 out of 5 stars (Inside the mind is more complicated than we think)
Music and Soundtracks:  5 out for 5 stars (Simple yet moving, only one song had lyrics actually)
Pros:  Moving story, characters, creative interpretation of the mind and its functions
Cons:   Sad parts, the subconscious 
Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars (It has been a while since a movie got a perfect rating, and this is also a first for any animation I reviewed. Probably the emotions conspired me to do this)

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