Inside Out is Pixar’s best

Inside Out is an animated movie starring the voices of Amy Poehler (Joy) and Phyllis Smith (Sadness). The movie, which is a comedy/drama/fantasy, is full of laughs and but also contains plenty of tear-jerker scenes.

Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is a happy 11-year-old girl from the midwest who loves to play hockey. When her parents move the family to San Francisco, her life turns upside-down. Riley’s emotions try to guide her through her difficult time, but Sadness comes to the forefront. When Joy and Sadness find themselves in the far reaches of Riley’s  mind,  the only three emotions left at headquarters are Anger, Fear, and Disgust.

The movie is great in all departments. Like: the lesson of the movie, the background music, the voice choices, the graphics. The main lesson of the movie is about how all emotions aren’t bad and that all play an important role in your personality.

This might not be the most fun film Pixar has ever made, but it is definitely the best in that it is thought-provoking and sentimental as well as entertaining.

I enjoyed this movie as much as the pre-k student sitting next to me did. The movie was altogether a really good production. I highly recommend it if you want a laugh or if you’re in the mood for a little heart-felt story.