Bizarre Review: Inside Out lives up to its namesake

Inside Out will probably have you feeling all sorts of feels by the end of the movie, but you will kno all of those feelings are perfectly OK, and work together in harmony.

Wow. For a Disney movie, things just really got real.

This is an amazing kids movie every youngster should watch. Older people should watch it too. Everyone and their dog should watch this movie.

It is fun and easy going, with cute characters, fun visuals, and exciting music ensembles. But, it is going to teach you. It will teach you about how your emotions work, combining Joy with Sadness, and all of the other characters that come together to guide a young girl through all of the feelings she has surrounding a life-changing event.

The girl, Riley, is a young and happy kid, but her life is turned around when she is forced to move to a new place. Things get a little crazy in her brain, where all of her emotions live. These emotions are depicted as characters: Joy, Sadness, Fear, and Anger, and a few others.

This movie sounds like it would be sad, but with all of the other emotions in there, it truly lives up to touching every feeling you might have.

This movie isn’t a new release, but it is worth rewatching if you have seen it already. Dealing with emotions can be difficult, and this movie perfectly sums up what that is like. It even gives funny little glimpses into what other people’s emotions are doing in their minds.

This is a must-see for everyone of any age. I give Inside Out 10 out of 10 popcorns.

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