- Joy (Amy Poehler)
- Fear (Bill Hader)
- Anger (Lewis Black)
- Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and
- Sadness (Phyllis Smith)
living within her mind, have to help her get through these hard times. Riley’s main emotion, Joy, tries her hardest to keep the team of 5 on track but something happens that shakes everything up – including Riley being able to handle her new life. The movie itself evoked different emotions, mostly joy (which I personally loved), but there were some times of fear, anger, disgust (she was funny too, in her own little way), and sadness. This movie spawned from the often pondered question of parents of teenage children, “What is she/he thinking?” My boys aren’t teens YET, but I always wonder what’s going on in their minds…how do they really feel? Inside Out is like the answer to that question – each of the emotions have a job, and it is to evoke and manage their particular emotion. What happens when one emotion go awry or even disappears? The movie was so well thought out. I enjoyed how the inner workings of our mind was depicted, in an educational yet fun way. This movie is perfect for both children and adults. I appreciated the adult innuendos/humor that was injected throughout and loved the innocence as well. I highly recommend checking out Inside Out…I can’t wait to take my little guy to see it on Friday! In case you have yet to see the trailer, here it is below! Print up the FREE Family Activity Sheets and recipes to get your family super excited for opening night. Follow the emotions on social media too:
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Coming to theaters this Friday, June 19th!
*I was invited to the preview in return for a review…all opinions are 100% my own.