Some has good points, helps people show their emotions, not bottle things up which is great and cute but it's misleading and boring. I watched it with my six year old nephew and he hated it. The dark parts made him cry and he never wants to see it again. I don't blame him. It's boring. 11 year old Riley goes from a sweet enthusiatic kid to an emotional preteen. She snaps at her parents, hangs up on her friend for having a new best friend, steals money from her mother and runs away. Then cries and says she misses her hometown which I understand. Only children are brats. Her parents should have spanked her. If they make a sequel Inside Out 2 I wear I'm going to shoot someone.
- I agree with you. It was boring and misleading.0%(0)10%(2)Vote33%(2)
- I disagree. It was one of the best movies ever made. Thank you Pixar!7%(1)5%(1)Vote0%(0)
- Its was ok21%(3)25%(5)Vote33%(2)
- Riley was a brat21%(3)15%(3)Vote0%(0)
- I think it's a fantastic movie for kids. I hope they're making sequel36%(5)25%(5)Vote0%(0)
- They should make an Inside Out 215%(2)20%(4)Vote34%(2)
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I didn't think it was boring. It's not boring at all. I thought it wasn't a solid film, plot wise. It's not the best Disney Pixar movie and I don't think it was memorable..
Basically the explanation of human behaviour is down to five emotions that is personified with Joy being the dominant control freak leader. It just shows how fragile and complex the human mind can be but explained very basic and quite irrational. The plot is just all about how how one emotion named Sadness touched an orb and it goes downhill from there, gradually destroying the islands especially when Joy and Sadness left the HQ. Thus affecting her cognitive capability which results her from not thinking rationally and being impulsive... The plot is not solid, I mean one question then has to be asked. Do these personified emotions have personified emotions in their head? and so on.
But I do get the movie, of what it is trying to achieve. It's trying to make a plot relatable to many people of the shittiness of moving out to a whole new place as a kid. I myselfed experienced that, I was the same age (minus 1 year) as Riley when I moved to a new unfamiliar place. I can agree it is very very shitty but the plot of five personified emotions just didn't cut it for me.1
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