Inside Out (2015) – Review

Inside Out outwitted my expectations and left me with an incredibly realistic yet beautiful outlook on life. The weighty underlying topics of the film would realistically only be known by those who’ve reached a particular age or have gone through particular life experiences. Despite the moments that made me shed a tear (don’t get me started on Bing Bong), Inside Out still managed to maintain a degree of humour and happiness that helped balance the underlying messages nicely. My favourite characters were of course Riley’s emotions Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust, but I also loved seeing Riley’s parents’ emotions from their perspectives too.

Inside Out is a captivating and somewhat bittersweet tale of us and what makes us who we are. I highly recommend you take to the time to go out a view this brilliant story.

5/5