Inside Out Movie Reviews with the Information on character Joy
Inside out is an animated comedy about a little girl who has a magnificent life, until her family move to San Francisco and her excitements get out of control. Inside out is a well-made, stunning movie with lovely plot-line, great animation, good dialogue and a best moral worldview making for great princess parties. Riley is an eleven-year old. She has a little joyous life in the Midwest. When Riley’s family move to San Francisco other excitements begin to emerge like sadness, fear, anger, and disgust, with Joy being put to the rest. Each emotion is character in Riley’s brain, supporting her cope and grows in life, which each memory in the form of ball which plays the scenes from the memories.
When joy is trying to keep some of the memories from Sadness, who is touching them and making them sad, the 2 emotions get sucked up in an air vent and take away from the headquarters. Now, the just remaining emotions are fear, anger and disgust. This leaves Riley in an extremely bad mood indeed. Sadness and joy plan they must jump on the different islands that make up Riley’s personalities, including Honesty, Friendship, Family, Goofy and Hokey. Anyway, after sometime sadness and joy see the Goofy island fall down. They want to get back to headquarters before all islands are missing, and Riley loses her blissful self.
Inside out is a remarkable movie with best plot line. Because of the film themes, it’s a bit intellectual, so some younger kids may have a difficult time knowing everything that’s happening but the character makes for a great kids princess party. Anyway, the film does a shining job with character dialogue. Also, the art and animations directions are great. Inside out has a powerful moral worldview with a redemptive idea of sacrifice. One of the characters sacrifices itself to save another character and finally save the day. Also, the film has a gorgeous emphasis on joy. That said, the film unclear about whether our emotions manage our thoughts or vice versa. Otherwise, anyway, inside out is a best movie with a poignant story and many right messages, including a correct portrayal of an USA family.
The movie is even more stunning for how it shows depression: so subtly but clearly that it never has to label it as depression. Riley is definitely depressed, and has best reason to be. The abyss where her hub memories have been dumped is also a symbol of depression. Real to life, Riley stays in her secret abyss until she’s ready to climb out of it.