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Inside Out (Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack + Digital Copy)

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Inside Out (Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack + Digital Copy)

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LOVE LOVE LOVE this movieLOVE LOVE LOVE this movie! My sons and I watched it twice and it was just as good as the first time! My son even drew a picture of them he loved it so much.5Gem of a movieOur family loves this movie. It's entertaining and colorful for children and amusing for adults with all the references to complex psychology. Pixar makes awesome movies and this one is no exception. Inside out is clever and beautifully animated. It s certainly destined to join the ranks of Pixar's best movies. The movies that have dazzled us with their whim and imaginative ideation are definitely Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Brave. This movie has the little Easter eggs all Pixar movies have like the Pizza Planet truck, Luxo Ball, and the room number the original animators went to for a college class when they met. Not only is this movie an engaging, inventive adventure with strong themes of friendship and acceptance, but it has real potential to help kids and parents navigate the powerful emotions that come with growing up. Kids who might not be able to put their increasingly complex feelings into words could use Riley's experiences for examples of instance, Riley doesn't necessarily mean to be sarcastic to her parents, that's just what happens when Anger and Disgust are left in charge and can't quite figure out how Joy manages to make Riley's words come out nicely. And parents will be reminded that asking kids to put on a happy face when they don't really feel it can lead to unintended pressure and worry. All of that isn't meant to suggest that Inside Out is overly serious or a downer. Absolutely not. It's filled with moments of comedy. As a teacher I found it hilarious that Riley s teacher was counting down the days until she could see the Brazilian helicopter pilot on break. That and the people in her mind banging her head when the kids aren t feeling class. Priceless. The emotions are all perfectly cast. Joy's relentless optimism and can-do spirit make her a kindred spirit to Poehler's beloved Leslie Knope on Parks and Rec. Smith, who played Phyllis in the U.S. version of The Office is a good counterpoint as Sadness. This film is just as much about Joy's journey as it is Riley's. It isn't until Joy truly understands that the other emotions have important roles to play, too, that she becomes the leader that all of them -- Riley included -- really need. As Joy learns, happiness is all the more meaningful when you've also experienced defeat, loss, or loneliness; that truth is a large part of what makes Pixar's best movies so powerful.Shipping was lightning fast with Amazon Prime and it was $10 cheaper on Amazon than in the stores.5Sadness is important.***SPOILER ALERT!!!***Cute movie. I watched this with my 9 year old daughter so she can understand her emotions. She's starting to be a bit sassy and after one of our screaming matches, I decided to buy this on Prime so we can stream it on our Roku TV.A tween girl moves with her family to SF from Minnesota, she leaves behind her best friend and has a hard time adapting. She has 5 emotions that controls her personality: happy, sad, angry, fear, and disgust. Happy (named Joy) is the unofficial leader, while Sadness is the outcast of the group. Sadness starts touching core memories turning them sad, and all hell breaks lose when Joy and Sadness are sucked up some tube that looks like Mr. Spot is beaming them up the Starship Enterprise or something - this leaves the other three to maintain the control board will the other two are on some crazy memory lane filled with useless or forgotten memories. Memories that are no longer needed or important are dumped into this dark abyss where it eventually fades away and disappears forever. Sadness is the Debbie Downer that is literally being dragged by one leg to try to make it back to the control board with Joy. Eventually, an imaginary friend sacrificed himself upon a make believe wagon rocketship to send Joy out from the abyss; Joy realizes that Sadness' role in emotions are for empathy and compassion.This was a great movie for my daughter and I to watch because she's a military brat, and she had a hard time leaving another state. It also teaches her the different emotions, and how each emotion are important.4While we all agree that this is a great motion picture in its own rightIf ever there was a film soundtrack that was to Disney what a winter day, a warm sweater, hot cocoa, with you and your kids on the couch is, this is it. While we all agree that this is a great motion picture in its own right, what sets it apart from all of the other Disney & Pixar films surrounding it is the magnificent, moving soundtrack. Michael Giacchino has crafted not only a perfect "Disney" soundtrack, but a perfect audio journey that needs no picture to convey us through the entire arc of the film without the benefit of seeing it. Just a few words prefacing each track can and do give the listener enough information to complete the journey with his or her eyes closed. Not only are the timeless chords and progressions found in of all of the Disney films preceding it present, but the composer manages to bring a 21st century sound to these classic themes utilizing saxophones, the tuba, harmonicas, the Hammond organ, a rock and roll drum kit, and yes, even modern electronic keyboards in unique ways that harken back to the classic "Disney" sound of all of the features past. You can feel the 40's, 50's and 60's alive and well throughout this bouncy, heart-wrenching, happy, sad, and optimistic soundtrack. Oh, yeah. This is a great movie too.5I actually tried really really hard not to cryAlmost cried. My dumb buddies and I went to the theatre with some cash one day and the three of us got into an argument on what to watch. My friend A didn't care what we watched. My friend E wanted to see this and I really wanted to see that Jurassic World movie. The argument led us nowhere and we looked at the clock and saw that both movies were going to start in like 10 minutes so it needed to come to a decision and pronto. We left it to a coinflip and I lost. So Inside Out is it then.The movie itself started a little bit slow and I was a little bit salty about having to sit through what I thought at the time was a stupid little kids movie. The movie went on and I laughed at the ways our 5 different emotions interacted with each other. The problems they came up with and the shenanigans at the control station explain a lot of things. The second half of the movie is when it got sad. The movie just kept hitting you right in the feels. I wouldn't allow myself to cry watching it the first time because I was with my friends and us being guys, we're not allowed to cry in front of each other because manly toughness. The movie ended and it ended on a funny note. When they started peeking through other people's minds and how those functioned, the three of us couldn't stop laughing. We all came out satisfied and none of us complained about spending the money on it.The second time I watched it was today with my mom on Amazon's streaming service. The feels hit harder the second time. Fair warning. I got a little teary eyed but that's as far as I went. My mom on the other hand had to look away at a few points. We both really enjoyed it. Great movie with funny and feels. 10/10 would watch again.5Love it!It's nice to add another Pixar movie to the category of watchable over and over. This darling movie takes the simple tale of a girl moving to a new city and brings it to life with the inarguably clever premise of personalized emotions in her head. Joy becomes the protagonist, the bubbly eccentric protagonist who goes through her own growing as she winds up on an adventure of her own. Great message, great heart, and a great story all around.5I Laughed, I Cried, and I Left the Theater Deeply MovedInside Out is probably the biggest gamble that Pixar ever made trying to tell an animated story. It's more geared to adults than any other film they have ever made. It's complicated, with a lot of very complex metaphors. It attempts to tell a story far more related to the real world than any they have ever told as far as I can tell. There's no witches, magic, space-rangers, talking inanimate objects, or the like. And yet...I knew from the trailers and reading a book about Pixar that this film was going to be different from the other ones that Pixar has released. I knew it was a gamble. But it also struck me as being more intelligent, more thoughtful, and perhaps more from the heart and soul than some of their other films (and that takes some doing). I was not wrong and I am glad I ventured out to a theater to see this film.It's an ambitious undertaking to try to tell a story about the emotions in control of a person's mind, and even moreso when you dive into the other parts of their brain like the subconscious, dreams, and memories. On the surface this is a story of creatures trying to do their job who run into problems (two of the emotions get lost and have to find their way back), and the little girl who's life is undergoing changes that make her inability to express said emotions somewhat heart-breaking. But there is so much more going on here.You can looks at this film and think that the people in it are being pushed around by the emotions in their head. You can see it as people being at the mercy of these emotions and other forces. Or...you can look deeper and see the introverted message of this film. That everything that happens inside of this young girl represents her reactions to events in her life. Have you ever felt that your dreams were really bizarre? Did you ever feel like you were out of touch with your emotions? Did your train of thought ever derail? In this film all of those events literally happen. And to me, there's a strong message about accepting yourself, and the different parts of yourself, and no telling them to just go away when times get tough. In my mind, as everything that happens to the girl in the real world is very much plausible for just about every kid growing up, the adventure inside of her head is actually happening in a similar way to every kid growing up (whoa!).The entire journey is more consistently funny than any other Pixar film I've seen, as the dialog is extremely witty, the adventures more clever (a film studio that literally is "Dream Productions", maintenance workers sending commercial jingles up to a person's conscious mind because they think it's catchy, etc), but the true brilliance came in the mastery of the ordinary. All of us know what's it's like to be sad and embarrassed, or to lose part of ourselves, but those simple moments captured in this film had me tearing up like I was watching a Frank Capra film.Very early in the film the child has a sad reaction that hit me very hard, but at the end of the film I felt an entire stream of tears falling off my face. It wasn't anything that everyone on Earth hasn't experienced in real life (family love when you are deeply sad) but the honesty of it got to me. My wife wasn't touched by any of that, but when a cherished memory is sacrificed to save the girl, she was crying too.This isn't a sad movie, or a depressing one, but it a deeply touching one. It is also very much an adult, intelligent, introverted movie. Some kids may enjoy it, but others may not (the kid behind us in the theater said quite loudly that he was bored). As for me, I wanted to own this one. I'm not a Pixar fan in general, but I am a fan of this film. If you enjoy intelligent and heartfelt films go see it. You will probably deeply enjoy it, and might even feel yourself changed for the better.5a young girl called RileyI really liked the concept of this movie because it was fresh and original but I was a bit disappointed with the outcome. Like many Pixar movies, it looked amazing and the attention to detail was great but the storyline dried up after a while and I personally thought that it was a bit confusing for little kids. It's about a young girl called Riley, voiced by Kaitlyn Dias, who moves to San Francisco from Minnesota with her parents and finds it hard to fit in. Whilst going through her transitions, we get to look at her Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness emotions which are going through turmoil after her Joy and Sadness emotions lose some of her core memories. After retrieving the memories, they struggle to get back to there headquarters which means that Riley is stuck with her Fear, Anger and Disgust emotions.When Joy and Sadness manage to get back to there headquarters, Riley is able to lead a normal life in her new house but as she gets older, the headquarters becomes bigger because of her many new emotions, including puberty. Its a clever storyline with some funny moments but I would have liked to see the other emotions a bit more, especially Anger, who made me laugh. The bonus material on the DVD should have been used in the film because it was brilliant. It showed the different emotions of her dad and mother while Riley was going out with a boy, so if you get your hands on the DVD/Blu- ray, you really have to give it a watch. Anyway, there isn't much adult material, like in other Pixar movies but it's fun for the whole family. I did miss the catchy songs and the usual mean villain but there is enough material to keep it interesting. My expectations are always high when it comes to Pixar animation movies so I did feel a bit let down with the outcome. It's not the type of film that I can watch time and time again like Toy Story or the Incredibles but if you want to keep the kids quiet, it's worth a purchase. Average!4Wicked aggravated! Second disc; still not working!Talk about emotions! First disc I ordered kept freezing up so I promptly returned it (glad I decided to preview the disc before school started!). No problem, I ll order a replacement. This is now the SECOND disc that freezes up and can t watch anything at all. And of course, I didn t watch the dvd right away and now the return window has long closed. Frustrating, especially when it s supposed to be a special treat for my middle school Wellness class in my absence. What was anticipated to be a wicked easy day for my sub turned into major frustration for her and a very restless and difficult class to boot! You would expect a BRAND NEW disc to work perfectly...well, not this one apparently! Pick something else to spend your hard earned money on. This is junk.1Growing ourselves up is a lifetime effortInside Out (1-Disc DVD)When we are born, headquarters is composed of one emotional control button, happiness Joy (yellow) . . . for 33 seconds.Then Sadness (blue) informs discomfort (hunger, being wet).Then Disgust (green) broccoli.Then Anger (red) with volcanic brain eruptions blotting out reason, and breaking a few objects in the process, and throwing a few items down on the floor. Mr Rogers says throwing things down is to experiment with personal control of together and separate.Won't You Be My Neighbor? Even Mr Rogers becomes angry when he notices people trying to hurt children, but he uses his anger constructively to resolve problems, and find solutions together with other grownups who reassure children "always look for the helpers. There are always people trying to help."Fear (purple panic) keeps us safe from scary things. Sometimes scary things are not threatening, sometimes they are imaginary, sometimes they are really dangerous (like electrical cords).When we are small and vulnerable, we know we cannot survive unless there are dependable grownups around who love us (imperfectly) and take care of us, house, feed and diaper us, eventually guide us through school and puberty (middle school yechh) and help us navigate responsibility, making mistakes, learning, apologizing, forgiving and loss.Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts Tavris & AronsonThe Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane Kate DiCamillo growing up from egocentricity to caring and sacrifice enroute to love by a toy bunny.Parents are not always perfectly attuned to us. They may have their own problems which absorb them.The Judge (2014) Robert Duvall, Robert Downey Jr, Vincent D'Onofrio, Vera Farmigatalking with a 5 year old about divorce: It happened to my friend Megan, I just never thought it would happen to me.And what we think we have said is not always what was heard.Dad thinks: avoided a disaster.Mom thinks: well that was a disaster.Riley teaches her parents that she cannot always pretend to be happy when she is not.Sadness (blue) is an essential part of maturation due to change, loss, adaptation to life's vagaries.Even Joy (yellow) learns that without Sadness (blue) to point out truth honestly, we cannot truly grow ourselves up.Being an authentic grown up ourselves is accepting responsibility for not always being happy, and learning to cope with difficult uncomfortable yet real happenings.Up (Single-Disc Edition) chosen by Assisted Living residents as the before lunch movie for discussion and insights over shared bread.Losing a hockey goal seems like the end of the world. But the love of the grownups in our lives, and our friends, help us get through tough times. And as we age, getting through tough times gets tougher.Departures Oscar Best Foreign film English subtitles, abandoned age 6, growing up trying to please an absent parent, losing job, spouse exits, cobbling together a surrogate family of mentor employer and nurturing bath house owner, learning ritual meditation, finally learning forgiveness.Inside Out is 5* for reminding us that we each have memories (bowling balls) which are sucked away by Forgetters as we age, and some memories that stick in the head forever (chewing gum song) for reasons that escape us.Sometimes we have to let go of cherished memories (imaginary friends like Bing Bong) in order to grow ourselves up to face more mature tasks beyond ego (making the hockey team, boys) and shaping our personal character (telling mom and dad the truth that we miss Minnesota and we can't be their happy girl all the time because we have our own feelings, separate from theirs, that we feel about things).Highly recommended for entire families, especially grandparents, to watch with the commentary subtitles on and the audio-commentary by the co-directors, cinematographer, to help us guide our families with wisdom and compassion through tough times.5
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