Inside Out (2015 Film)

Inside Out is an American 3D computer animated film produced by Pixar Animation as well as released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is set for release June 19, 2015 and is loosely based off of an idea from Pete Docter. Pete Docter is best known for directing Monsters Inc and Up. The film will be also be directed by Ronnie del Carmen who has also worked on Up, Wall-E and Finding Nemo. The producer of the film is Jonas Rivera who has worked on Toy Story, A Bugs Life and Cars. Not only is the production team well known, the voice cast has been thoroughly thought through with talents of Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling and many more.

Inside Out is classified as a fantasy-comedy film thats been in the works since it’s announcement at D23 Expo in 2011. The trailer looks very amusing, interesting and relatable to children or preteens trying to find their emotions and lifestyle when adjusting to a new home. After watching the trailer it reminded me of an old animation titled, “Reason and Emotion” from 1943. The film was taken place during the nazi regime and can be very controversial. Disney also made this film and i feel personally some of the elements of having emotion as a plot line are relatable to the movie Inside Out. Nonetheless, i look forward to seeing this movie in 2015 and expect more trailers to be released in the upcoming months.

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