Directed by: Pete Doctor
Cast: Amy Poehler, Mindy Khaling, Lewis Black, Bill Hader, Phyllis Smith
From the studio that brought Toys story, Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo and A bugs life, Inside out brings you into the world of emotions, a little something different from what the Pixar movies have created. The film features the emotions that control the everyday life of an 11 year old girl named Riley (Kaitlyn Dias).
The start of film begins with how the first emotion is born, and that is when a new born is brought into the world for the first time, the way they react towards it, Joy( Amy Poehler) is the first emotion introduced as soon as Riley meets her parents for the first time, having Joy become the dominant emotion for Riley’s happiness. Like all babies that emotion surely changes once they start to grow up, once Riley starts to grow up, more emotions start to pop up in the conscious mind where everything is controlled.
As Riley starts to experience the different tastes of life, her new emotions are introduced, Sadness( phyllis Smith) shows up in the control room where it has only been Joy, once Riley starts to cry for the first time and then comes Disgust( Mindy Khaling) when Riley is set up to eat dinner and her father tries to feed her broccoli, the last two emotions are Anger and Fear
Things take a turn for the worse, when Riley’s dad gets a new job In San Francisco, having Riley’s life turns well inside out, Riley is conflicted because she has to leave her life to start a new one, having to leave her Hockey team and memories in an other city really starts to affect her. She becomes more sad than anything, having sadness become her main emotion, because of that
Post by: Ashley Peguero