What’s better than an animated film that’s so full of emotions that you just can’t let it go? Inside Out is amazing, it’s right up there with Pixar favorites like Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Up & Wall-E. I still remember being fascinated the very first time I saw Wall-E. I was amused at the fact that these intelligent people at Pixar could simply do anything. And just when you started thinking that it can’t get any better than that, these lovely people bestow you with another film to cherish for years to come.
When I said ‘so full of emotions’ I meant it literally too. The film is basically about the Inside of a human mind, the mumble-core that decides on what to do, when to do and how to do it. Showcased beautifully with the mind of a 11-year old girl Riley – juggling, giggling and struggling through her emotions. While the dramatic characterization of Riley life has been done brilliantly, its what goes inside her head that forms the crux of this film. The constant processes that the film shows makes you question your abilities and simultaneously tells you the fact that you could have easily done it if you tried to go a notch-up.
I am so excited to see how the film affects people. There’s only one outcomes that I can see happening here and that is people loving this more than they thought they would have. I can see the ‘joy emotion’ triggering there life. Its so engaging, colorful, mature and preachy that it doesn’t let you slip off for a second. Not even if a hot girl walks into the theater, or if the Air condition could freeze you to death or even when you are hammered with almost unavoidable Hindi subtitles in an English language film. There’s simply nothing that can come in the way of stopping the affection and appreciation that this film is going to get.
So, without wasting anyone’s time I will just point out the fact that this film is simply un-miss-able. Not watching this would a crime. Eating noddles at a random restaurant instead of spending on a movie like this will definitely trigger my anger emotion. “It’s roller-coaster ride, that goes only up my friend.”