Voiced by Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Mindy Kaling, Lewis Black, Bill Hader
Through the years, Pixar has given us movies that give us the feels, like Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, Up, Toy Story 3, and many more. This year, they’re giving us another addition to the Pixar feels train, the new animated movie Inside Out, a promising and interesting story about the emotions in our head.
First off, the movie is a visual treat. Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger are perfectly represented, their character design and personalities are spot-on. But other than that, there are a lot of lessons to be learned in this movie, mostly about the real meaning of happiness. The voice casting was perfect as well, each actor was able to capture the emotions they’re portraying. There’s really nothing much to say without spoiling anything, but I really enjoyed this movie. The ending kind of hinted at a sequel, but I’m not complaining, I’ll be seeing it when it comes out.
Inside Out is original, clever and smart in a lot of ways. It’s definitely one of the best movies this year, and I’m pretty sure it’ll be one of Pixar’s classics. Highly recommended for all ages, and for everyone who feels.
My Rating: 10/10