Inside Out


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 98%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 8.2 10 441643


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October 20, 2015 at 01:15 PM



Diane Lane as Mom
Rashida Jones as Cool Girl's Emotions
Amy Poehler as Joy
Bill Hader as Fear
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1.44 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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754.69 MB
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1.44 GB
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jack Jsh 1 / 10


I'm a kid who I think this meant to appeal to but what happens is everything it looks like something good is gonna happen it just ends up being something completely random like when they get on the train it just happened to be to late at the time when they got on the train and joy is one of the meanest characters if ever seen in a movie when she leaves sadness behind at the end and at the end when she try's to run away it's just so depressing the voice acting is terrible I would 100% skip if I'm watching it It's such a lazy idea anyone could have come up with the story in five minutes This movie implies we only have five emotions which is stupid I don't know why it has such a high rating it has no memorable scenes in it no excitement I'd definitely watch something else

Reviewed by ericchiang-97782 1 / 10


This movie was just disgusting. First off, there are so many other terrible review giving this one star, and many people find those reviews helpful. The movie only stars like 4 or 5 emotions in people's heads, 4 or 5, I forgot, and frankly don't care since this movie was complete garbage. I "watched" this movie at a potluck at a friend's house but ended up playing ping pong with a friend the whole time since the movie failed to attract my attention. This movie is not suitable for kids as well. I do not understand why it is on the IMDb top 250 list, it should be on the bottom 100 list. This movie can scar kids and make some people actually depressed. It is quite depressing that there are such limited emotions and little activity in the brain expressed in the movie. I was actually depressed after watching this movie and found myself in a bitter state lacking interest in activities I usually cherish. Why? Because this stupid movie is trying to tell me what is in my brain and is completely corrupting. I was emotionless after the movie just like how the movie is. I'm sure the disgust emotion in the movie would be disgusted at the movie.

Reviewed by Jayda Wiser 1 / 10

Very boring for a children's movie

I had high hopes of Inside Out before heading to the movie theater to go see it. The movie had lots of promotion on TV and Disney Channel where kids mainly go to see the exciting movies coming to a theatre near them. Needless to say, I was highly disappointed in this movie.

I have to admit that the idea of the story was great and very creative, especially to young children. Other than that, the lack of character development and no good plot development ruined the entire film for me.

Almost the entire movie consists of Joy and Sadness walking around that large area of Riley's memories, attempting to find their way back to headquarters, while the other emotions nonchalantly mess everything up (I don't get why Joy was the only emotion with some commonsense). Of course, along the way, they met a spunky elephant (mixed with some other animals) who managed to make situations worse more than making them better, and of course, he had to die at the end because, reality check, it's a Disney film. And their goal is to somehow make you cry one way or another. I just didn't get how the elephant disappeared so quickly, considering he hadn't been down the forgotten memory abyss that long. If the memories died so quickly like he had, why were their thousands of old grey memories still intact?

Anyway, that's only a small screw-up compared to the rest of the movie. I felt like I had been constantly waiting for more character development for Riley but once again, I was let down. The entire movie revolved more around the emotions more than Riley, who from the trailer, seemed to be the star of the show. I could go on and on about the huge flaws and plot holes but I only have a limit of a thousand words. Do yourself a favor and spare the $7.50 and wasted hour that you'll never get back. I wouldn't watch that movie again if my life depended on it.

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