Inside Out (2015) Rated PG

A young girl moves from the Midwest to California when her emotions conflict with each other about the change. Starring Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, and Richard Kind.

This is a fascinating take on emotions. Disney really took on a lot with this film. To take on the emotional aspects of humans is quite a lot to try and figure out. They do a pretty good job of it. I think there is more to it, but the film tries show children where our feelings come from and why we feel them. The characters are one dimensional and don’t have much depth to them. The emotions are predictable, and the jokes are cliché. It’s a cute way to talk to kids about emotions, but there is nothing new to the story. However, I still thought it was worth a watch for the kids.

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