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I was invited to take my kids and screen this movie with my kids. Regardless this is my honest opinion of Inside Out and it may differ from yours.

This was a really cute movie. I watched it in the beginning not sure what was going on. I kind of thought that it was seeing into the mind of depression. But it’s not. It’s sweet, funny and fun. You’ll be moved to tears at points too. By the end of the movie my feeling about it changed. It’s hard to move and be the new kid at school. What you see is what’s going on in her brain. My feeling is that this movie shows you that you have to go through and feel the sadness in life to get to the joy. It was a good movie. My kids loved it and were so happy we went. If you get a chance today you need to take your kids and go see it too. I think this is a movie that all kids can relate too and understand. They get the main girl’s character. They loved her spirit and understood her anger, disgust, fear, joy and sadness. The voice character actors all did a great job and we would go watch it again.

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U.S. Release Date: June 19, 2015
Rating: PG
Voice Cast: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Phyllis Smith, Diane Lane,
Kyle MacLachlan, Kaitlyn Dias
Director: Pete Docter
Co-Director: Ronnie del Carmen
Producer: Jonas Rivera
Screenplay by: Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve, Josh Cooley

Do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head? Disney•Pixar’s original new film “Inside Out” ventures inside the mind to find out.

Based in Headquarters, the control center inside 11-year-old Riley’s mind, five Emotions are hard at work, led by lighthearted optimist Joy (voice of Amy Poehler), whose mission is to make sure Riley stays happy. Fear (voice of Bill Hader) heads up safety, Anger (voice of Lewis Black) ensures all is fair and Disgust (voice of Mindy Kaling) prevents Riley from getting poisoned—both physically and socially. Sadness (voice of Phyllis Smith) isn’t exactly sure what her role is, and frankly, neither is anyone else.

When Riley’s family relocates to a scary new city, the Emotions are on the job, eager to help guide her through the difficult transition. But when Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley’s mind—taking some of her core memories with them—Fear, Anger and Disgust are left reluctantly in charge. Joy and Sadness must venture through unfamiliar places—Long Term Memory, Imagination Land, Abstract Thought and Dream Productions—in a desperate effort to get back to Headquarters, and Riley.

Directed by Academy Award® winner Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.”, “Up”), produced by Jonas Rivera, p.g.a. (“Up”) and featuring an original score by Michael Giacchino (“The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Up”), Disney•Pixar’s “Inside Out” opens in theaters on June 19, 2015.

· Director Pete Docter is the Academy Award®-winning director of “Up.” He made his directorial debut with Disney•Pixar’s smash hit “Monsters, Inc.,” which was nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature film. Along with John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton, Docter developed the story and characters for “Toy Story,” Pixar’s first full-length feature film, for which he also served as supervising animator. He served as a storyboard artist on “A Bug’s Life” and wrote the initial story treatment for “Toy Story 2.” As one of Pixar Animation Studios’ key creative contributors, Docter garnered an Academy Award nomination for his original story credit on Disney•Pixar’s Golden Globe®- and Oscar®-winning “WALL•E.”
· Jonas Rivera produced the Academy Award®-winning “Up,” for which he was nominated for best picture. Prior to “Up,” he had worked on nearly every Pixar film since joining Pixar Animation Studios in 1994, beginning with “Toy Story” for which he served as production office assistant. His subsequent credits include “A Bug’s Life” (as art department coordinator), “Toy Story 2″ (as a marketing and creative resources coordinator), “Monsters, Inc.” (as art department manager) and the Golden Globe®-winning “Cars” (as production manager).

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