Inside Out [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD] (Bilingual)
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From the imaginative minds of Disney•Pixar comes a major “emotion” picture beyond compare. Experience the hilarious and heartwarming film Peter Travers of Rolling Stone calls “a burst of pure imagination”. Do you ever look at someone and wonder what’s going on inside their head? Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, takes a rollicking journey into the mind to find the answer. Based in Headquarters, the control center of 11-year-old Riley’s mind, five emotions are hard at work, led by lighthearted optimist Joy. She strives to make sure Riley stays happy as she operates alongside fellow emotions Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. It’s “an instant classic,” raves Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times. Experience it like never before on Disney Blu-ray!
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Joy’s goal has always been to make sure Riley stays happy. She is lighthearted, optimistic and determined to find the fun in every situation. Joy sees challenges in Riley’s life as opportunities, and the less happy moments as hiccups on the way back to something great. As long as Riley is happy, so is Joy.
Fear’s main job is to protect Riley and keep her safe. He is constantly on the lookout for potential disasters, and spends time evaluating the possible dangers, pitfalls and risk involved in Riley’s everyday activities. There are very few activities and events that Fear does not find to be dangerous and possibly fatal.
Disgust is highly opinionated, extremely honest and prevents Riley from getting poisoned – both physically and socially. She keeps a careful eye on the people, places and things that Riley comes into contact with – whether that’s broccoli or last year’s fashion trend. Disgust always has the best of intentions and refuses to lower her standards.
None of the other Emotions really understand what Sadness’s role is. Sadness would love to be more optimistic and helpful in keeping Riley happy, but she finds it so hard to be positive. Sometimes it seems like the best thing to do is just lie on the floor and have a good cry.
Anger feels very passionately about making sure things are fair for Riley. He has a fiery spirit and tends to explode (literally) when things don’t go as planned. He is quick to overreact and has little patience for life’s imperfections.
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Through Pixar/Disney, '"Inside Out'" (2D) arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 1.78:1 encode. The transfer is simply pristine, with razor-sharp details and bold, vibrant colours that pop: Joy's sparkling gold, Sadness' depressed blue, Anger's fiery red, Fear's gorgeous purple, and Disgust's vomit green. A fine mist encircles every emotion that is almost akin to the Pixie Dust found in the 'Tinker Bell' films. Every strand of computer-generated hair on the heads of Sadness and Joy looks and acts realistic. When Joy reluctantly visits the Memory Dump, black levels are deep and inky. This is simply a state-of-the-art animated feature. Oscar, anyone? (5/5)
"'Inside Out'" (3D) arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 MVC 1080p 1.85:1 encode. Besides all the positive attributes above, the presentation adds a tremendous level of depth to practically every scene. Both colours and details remain the same. Brightness does not suffer. This is an enjoyable 3D presentation. (5/5).
"'Inside Out"' comes with DTS-HD 7.1 Master Audio soundtrack is precisely defined throughout, whether light and airy piano notes or more aggressively styled music. Surround sound fills the room with full immersion. Bass is deep. Dialogue is clear and prioritized. This is an excellent soundtrack. (5/5)
It's true that the basis of "'Inside Out"' isn't necessarily original. An early '90s sitcom from Fox entitled 'Herman's Head' first introduced the idea of personified emotions controlling the main character. However, 'Inside Out' most definitely expounds and improves upon the formula.Read more ›
Given Pixar's excellent track record and I dug Wall-E which was a big leap of faith for storyline as far as Pixcar goes, I don't know why this failed to register with me. Maybe it's just I found each of these "emotions" a bit too formulaic. Joy herself I just found beyond annoying. It was like being stuck in a room during a nuclear holocaust with the one person who would say, "Well, at least we have a fresh slate to start our new and exciting lives with from today."
Anyway, I leave it to others to check the extras out on the DVD. I'm sorry I gave up but I just couldn't take this latest from Pixar and went back to watching Season 2 of "Silicon Valley."
Inside Out was no exception.
I’d been eagerly anticipating Inside Out, and I was not disappointed. In fact, I think that I can confidently say that it was my favourite Pixar film to date.
The film follows Riley through the typical trials and tribulations of childhood after her move to San Francisco.
As a result, I firmly believe that this film should be required viewing for both adults and children. Pixar does a brilliant job illustrating the emotions, and explaining the emotional turmoil of growing up in a fun and creative way that is beneficial for both audiences. My family and I were pleasantly surprised by the depth of the film. They packed a surprising amount of psychology into this movie.
Overall, since its DVD release, I have seen this film at least a dozen times and it has yet to lose its impact. If you have not seen it, I highly suggest that you do that as soon as possible.
The film looks at 5 emotions in Riley's head from birth through a trying time at age 11. They discuss various aspects of the inner workings of the mind, many of which will go over the head of the target audience. I felt the film concentrated too much on silly nonsense going on within the brain at the expense of Riley's life.
I loved Anger, voiced by Lewis Black the angry comic. It was very fitting. However, they missed opportunities for other voices. Isn't Taylor Swift the voice of teen angst? They could have turned this into a classic with the right voices.
Guide 3 1/2 stars
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I love this movie and my kids do too. It has a great story line while still being fun and exciting for my young kids. It's also appropriate for young kids which is the best part.Published 9 hours ago by Brittany
I didn't expect to love this as much as I do now but frankly, Disney Pixar has successfully won my heart once again.
Oh, the tears were too real.
Excellent movie, that is well made! Funny but also thought provoking.Published 1 month ago by H. Fischer