Directed by
  • Pete Docter
  • Ronnie Del Carmen
Starring
  • Amy Poehler
  • Phyllis Smith
  • Richard Kind
  • Bill Hader
  • Lewis Black
  • Mindy Kaling
  • Kaitlyn Dias
  • Diane Lane
  • Kyle MacLachlan
Screenplay by
  • Pete Docter
  • Meg LeFauve
  • Josh Cooley
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Certificate

U

UK Release Date 24th July 2015

Summary

After Riley is forced by her parents to move away to San Francisco. Her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness – discuss how best to deal with the situation. And then Joy and Sadness get lost…

Is The Plot Interesting?

The plot has a much deeper meaning to it than you would first think. This is what made the movie as successful as it was in my opinion – the different layers they added to the story.

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Is The Acting Good?

The voice acting is really good; the actors who play the emotions capture how these emotions are feeling perfectly. And what I loved about these characters is that, although at first they may seem one-dimensional, as the story progresses they grow and evolve.

Is The Directing Good?

Inside Out wouldn’t have been half as powerful and meaningful as it was, if it hadn’t have had Pete Docter and Ronnie Del Carmen at the helm of it. They made the movie what it is today!

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Is The Cinematography Good?

The cinematography contributed well to the tone and style of the movie. I thought that it represented the movie well and the way it was animated helped convey the message they were trying to get across.

Is It Worth Watching?

Inside Out is one of those animated movies that never seem to get old. It’s extremely well written and the story is one that will resonate with kids for a long time. I’m not likely to forget this one in a hurry.

4/5

Take her to the moon for me. Okay?

– Richard Kind as Bing Bong