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‘Inside Out’ is Something Truly Special, Even for Pixar
Inside Out is the kind of movie that usually only gets made by some small, art-house indie studio. And even then, an artsy movie anthropomorphizing our emotions made for adults would likely be a grimmer, more cloying affair. Or a snoozefest. Or maudlin and depressing like the film adaptation of Where The Wild Things Are.
Not so with Pixar. To make a movie about the emotional composition of a young girl’s brain, and to give life to those emotions, and not just life but also conflict and adventure, is sort of remarkable for a kid’s movie.
Then again, Inside Out isn’t just a kid’s movie. Just like all the best kid’s movies, and certainly all of Pixar’s best, Inside Out works just as well, if not better, for adults.