Inside Out

Inside Out

  • Director: Pete Docter, Ronnie Del Carmen
  • Writer: Pete Docter,Ronnie Del Carmen,Meg LeFauve
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Release date: June 19, 2015
  • Runtime: 1h 35min
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital, Datasat, Dolby Atmos, SDDS, Dolby Surround 7.1, Auro 11.1
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: The Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside the Mind
  • "Inside Out" is a 3D animation film jointly produced by The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation Studios . It is directed by Peter Hans Docter and dubbed by Amy Poehler , Bill Hader , Mindy Kaling and others   .
    The film tells the story of the little girl Riley who moved to San Francisco because of her father's job change. Her life is controlled by these five emotions. A colorful world that shows the emotions in your brain   .
    The film was released on June 19, 2015 in The United States of America , and on October 6, 2015 in 2D, 3D, IMAX 3D, Chinese giant screen full format in mainland China   .
    In February 2016, the film won the Best Animated Feature Film Award at the 88th Academy Awards .

    Details

    • Release date June 19, 2015
    • Filming locations Pixar Animation Studios - 1200 Park Avenue, Emeryville, California, USA
    • Production companies Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Pictures

    Box office

    Budget

    $175,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $356,921,711

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $90,440,272

    Gross worldwide

    $858,848,019

    Movie reviews

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    • By Alex 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      walking flesh machine

      The angle of this movie is very good. Never seen this type before. . All the joys, sorrows, joys and worldviews of the little girl from childhood to adulthood are controlled by the villain in her body, which is witty and humorous. . At the beginning, it was easy to dislike Youyou, like Lele, and feel that she was useless and held back. As time passed, I realized that Youyou and Lele are interdependent. . It can be said that there will be no joy without worry. Until the last two people hand...

    • By Darius 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Every growth is an emotional collapse

      I don't want to admit it, but after watching the entire movie, I hugged my mom tightly and cried a lot. This film perfectly fulfilled all my fantasies about how the human brain works. Not from a physical, chemical or biological standpoint, but from the heart. Maybe from the bottom of my heart, I have always been a child who has not grown up; but I have to admit that I have grown up. I no longer lose my temper because the last piece of candy was eaten by others, and I no longer get...

    • By Ettie 2022-04-23 07:01:14

      When sadness comes, be sad!

      A friend, Xia, was pregnant with her first child because of a medical accident. Not only did the child die, but she also stayed in the intensive care unit for 10 days because of hyperglycemia poisoning. At that time, even the doctor thought she was getting better. Unlikely.

      Xia said that when she was conscious in the ICU ward, she vaguely heard the doctor say it was difficult, and then her mother-in-law was crying and rolling around outside the ward.

      But she survived...

    • By Scotty 2022-04-23 07:01:14

      Why does everyone like to sing the opposite of worry?

      Do you have worries or joy in your mind?
      "Remember the funny movie where the dog died?" -by Sadness

      watching a cartoon with her child, but she has been busy looking for tissues in the dark theater, tears can't stop dripping... but whenever she sees talking When you were so worried, you couldn't help but laugh.

      The almost 6-year-old "button control" was extremely excited when he saw the console at the brain headquarters. He also loves abstract chemical factories and...

    • By Darian 2022-04-23 07:01:14

      excerpt

      Accept every emotion. We have always longed for joy against sadness, praising optimism and mocking negativity. Social culture encourages us to be a lively, outgoing, positive human being with positive energy, but not everyone's character is Joy sitting in the center, with a confident smile of "I can fix it" to overcome all difficulties.
        More often, it is the "negative emotions" in life that give us strength: grief makes us profound, to learn and experience, to increase the weight of...

    User comments

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    • By Rosario 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      I saw half crying into...

    • By Natalia 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      15.10.6 This is not an animation, this is an abstract science movie. There is nothing new in the model, but that is not important, what is important is that Pixar has delivered a set of psychological codes suitable for everyone to read themselves, and based on this, we can penetrate into the perceptual and gorgeous mystery: there is never happiness. This is the best thing. Any emotion is worth cherishing and even enjoying. Following the feeling is the kingly way of paving the colorful...

    • By Milo 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      A thought-provoking film where growth and farewell are...

    • By Troy 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      After watching COCO, I found that I didn't play this part. I really like this one better. As far as the setting is concerned, Inside Out has a lot of innovations, and what it talks about is more serious. It uses a very pleasant form to talk about the pain of growth, with a sad and real core, just... After a few years, I still think about it now. I can remember the shock when I saw the tears streaming down my...

    • By Fabiola 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      9.2 points, I personally feel better than "Zootopia", crushing "Dream Hunting" and "Flying House". What I like most is this kind of creative film, which is really refreshing and mind-blowing. You have no idea how lucky you are watching those islands crumble without resonance. In the end, I'm glad the little girl's island is back, but how many of them can be recovered in...

    Behind the scenes gags

    "Brains" is the 15th feature film produced by Pixar Animation; it is also Peter Dougert's third work after "Robots" and "Travel around the House".
    Before "Brain Agents", only 3 Pixar films were rated as PG Parental Guide Viewing Level (others are for all age levels).
    The three voice actors of the film have starred in the NBC comedy "The Office", among which Mindy Carling and Phyllis Smith are resident actors, and Bill Harder has guest...
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    Evaluation action

    "Brain Agents" is a vigorous and sweet Pixar comedy. Judging from the latest less than one minute footage of the film, it is indeed cute and sweet enough to love, and the tacit cooperation of the five-member group of emotions and the cuteness of the five members due to their different personalities are also a major attraction of the film. . ("Guardian" review) 
    The theme of the film is very simple and mainstream love can save...
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    Movie quotes

    • Disgust: [Seeing Riley about to eat a grape she dropped] Whoa, no way! We are not eating that.

      Joy: Disgust, it's fine. It passed the five-second rule.

      Disgust: The grape touched the ground. It's poison.

      Joy: Oh, come on. It barely touched the ground.

      Disgust: Wait, what? You know what else 'barely' touches the ground? Stray dogs!

      Joy: [wrestling the control lever back and forth with Disgust, causing Riley to stop and start putting the grape in her mouth] Hold on!

      Disgust: Toenail clippings! Roadkill! Hippies!

      Joy: No!

      Disgust: Dung beetles!

      Joy: Stop it!

      Fear: Uh, shouldn't we do something?

      Anger: Haha, no.

      Joy: It's a *grape*! It's not like we're eating broccoli.

      Disgust: Ugh, don't even go there.

      Joy: Or boogers.

      Disgust: You're evil!

      [she gags and runs off]

      Joy: Or dog food.

      Disgust: [distantly] Shut your mouth!

      [Joy pulls the lever causing Riley to pop the grape in her mouth]

    • Cool Girl's Emotions: Being cool is exhausting.

    • [as Riley lies in her sleeping bag, a truck loudly drive by outside. The headlights can be seen shining through the room. Riley hides under the sleeping bag in fear]

      Fear: What was that? Was it a bear? It's a bear!

      Disgust: There are no bears in San Francisco!

      Anger: I saw a really hairy guy. He looked like a bear.

      Fear: Oh, I'm so jumpy, my nerves are shot!

      Disgust: Ew, I don't want to hear about your nerves!

      Anger: I'll tell you what it is. This move has been a bust.

      Fear: That's what I've been telling you guys! There are at least 37 things for Riley to be scared of right now!

      Disgust: The smell alone is enough to make her gag.

      Anger: I can't believe Mom and Dad moved us here!

      Joy: Look, I get it. You guys have concerns. But we've been through worse! Tell you what: let's make a list of all the things Riley should be HAPPY about!

      Anger: Fine. Let's see... this house stinks, our room stinks...

      Disgust: Pizza is weird here...

      Sadness: Our friends are back home...

      Fear: And all of our stuff is in the missing van!

      Joy: Oh c'mon, it could be worse...

      Disgust: Yeah, Joy. We could be lying on the dirty floor. In a bag.

      Joy: Okay, I admit it, we had a rough start. But think of all the good things that...

      Anger: No, Joy. There's absolutely no reason for Riley to be happy right now. Let us handle this.

      Fear: I say we skip school tomorrow and lock ourselves in the bedroom.

      Disgust: We have no clean clothes. I mean, no one should see us.

      Sadness: Yeah, we could cry until we can't breathe.

      Anger: We should lock the door and scream that curse word we know. It's a good one!

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