A snippet of my #MovieReview of #InsideOut: "The shiny look of the inner mind is wondrous to behold, and the final moments crush your soul by the dose of reality. These feelings are strongly supported by enthusiastic voice acting by Amy Poehler as Joy, Phyllis Smith as Sadness, and the hard-edged comedian Lewis Black as Anger.
Even if you’re an adult, you will undergo a transportation back into your childhood memories. One of the splendidly memorable new characters is Riley’s old #ImaginaryFriend Bing Bong, explosive in his delightful childish nature of dolphin shrieks and candy tears.
If I have any complaints, then it would be a few brief scenes inside the minds of Riley’s parents; the emotions in their minds appear identical to the emotions in Riley’s head, except with the extra hairpieces, moustaches, and voices to match the host. These scenes don’t contribute in any way to the story, merely adding more plot holes to the established world.
Otherwise, Inside Out not only brings about great fun for the entire family to enjoy, but gives kids a crucial visual aid to the human mind. Over an hour and a half, a little girl’s growing pains learns the importance of letting her heart out to cry, encouraging all viewers to do the same.
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