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Inside Out was another good Pixar animation. It has a lot of deeper meaning than a typical children's movie. I guess animation these days are not only for kids, but adults as well. With the subject being feelings and thoughts, it seems hard to grasp for younger ones, but I think it's a good way to help kids understand different types of feelings. It's OK to be sad at times. It's normal to be angry and when one's happy, doesn't mean there can't be a tinge of sadness.
The animation, itself, needless to say is superb. What do you expect from Pixar? It's beautiful, but this time, it's with a more cartoon-ish approach, rather than realism. The characters are great. Who doesn't think "Anger" is a hoot, not to mention the brightness of "Joy". Does "Sadness" hit you as well? Her sadness makes her not want to move and just plump down. It's funny. My favorite? "Bing Bong". The story line is good. There's laughter, there's sorrow, there's a little excitement and a lot of imagination. Go out, check out the movie and then again get a copy for your home collection.