Inside Out [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2015]

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (6377 out of 6464)

    Special Features


    • All-New Short:
    • Into the unknown: the sound of Inside Out
    • Lava short film: G
    • Mapping the mind -
    • Mixed emotions -
    • Our dads, the filmmakers
    • Paths to Pixar: the women of Inside Out
    • Riley's First Date?: G
    • Story of the story - join Pete Docter & the story crew as they walk you through the process of finding this story
    • The misunderstood art of amimation film editing
    • explore the fascinating workings of our minds
    • follow the filmmakers as they personify the emotions

    Synopsis


    Inside Out
    Emotions run wild in the mind of a little girl who is uprooted from her peaceful life in the Midwest and forced to move to San Francisco in this Pixar adventure from director Pete Docter (Up, Monsters Inc.). Young Riley was perfectly content with her life when her father landed a new job in San Francisco, and the family moved across the country. Now, as Riley prepares to navigate a new city and attend a new school, her emotional headquarters becomes a hot bed of activity. As Joy (voice of Amy Poehler) attempts to keep Riley feeling happy and positive about the move, other emotions like Fear (voice of Bill Hader), Anger (voice of Lewis Black), Disgust (voice of Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) make the transition a bit more complicated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Amy Poehler
      Amy Poehler - Joy
    • Mindy Kaling
      Mindy Kaling - Disgust
    • Phyllis Smith
      Phyllis Smith - Sadness
    • Bill Hader
      Bill Hader - Fear
    • Lewis Black
      Lewis Black - Anger



    Customer rating

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Leaves you with so much to talk about...!

      Posted
      Jess
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      The character's in INSIDE OUT that represent different emotions (Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, & Disgust) are cute and well personified in this Disney's Pixar film. The studio does indeed embark into newer territory for a kid's movie, telling a simple story of childhood challenges with all the complexities of adolescences. INSIDE OUT does a great job mapping out the interlacing characteristics of emotion, personality, & cerebral functions/memory. They go even further to masterfully balance that display with the dynamics of LIFE and the environment in which the main character, Riley, lives in — achieving a visualization that "life is delicate and complex. Each segment affects the others; each decision and experience rattles the pieces and can imperil the whole. [...] Riley is, in one sense, fighting a battle we know she will lose: the battle for Joy to rule all things forever. But in another sense, her destination — the moment at which the story is aching to arrive — is balance, even if it's a kind of balanced chaos" (Linda Holmes, WHY THE KEY CHARACTER IN 'INSIDE OUT' IS THE ONE WHO ISN'T THERE). *On a side note (something perhaps NOT everyone may have picked up on is): INSIDE OUT, with all it's intricacy, also displays a navigation through gender identity and shows a normalcy for young children to exhibit both feminine & masculine characteristics growing up. The character's name, to start with (Riley) is gender neutral. However, the movie depicts Riley as a girl but whom also likes to play a prominently guy's sport of hockey. Riley's wardrobe reflects the same neutral disposition. We also see that the personified emotional characters are a 2:3 ratio — 2 male emotional characters (Anger & Fear) with 3 female emotional characters (Joy, Sadness, & Disgust). Whereas, the mother's emotional characters are all clearly depicted as female and the father's emotional characters are all clearly depicted as male. One could argue, Riley is the epitome of a progressive society toward gender equality, exploration & acceptance. But from a feminist point of view, the designation of gender-to-emotional characters-to-human characters (did you get that?) has a hegemonic masculinity overtone that stems from a domineering patriarchal society. All this to say (whether you agree or not), it's just another topic added to an already elaborate discussion about INSIDE OUT. Phew!!! Now, is your brain ticking, twitching, itching and/or racing?! Well, I'll now wrap-up my review with... This movie packs in a lot within 1 hr 42 mins that can cause discussion among adult viewers to carry on for much longer—the film could even be used in adult education courses for students to write various papers from many points of views: psychology, science, child development, etc. With that said, this kid's movie may not really be one for all kid's to watch ...not because there's anything wrong w/it but rather they may loose focus to follow the storyline & end up confused about what it all means or what's going on ...just as the 2 yr old next to me in the theater blurted out to his mommy, "it's too long!" while only 10-15 minutes into the movie. I'd recommend this for an audience of 4+ years old. And my letter grade: A-

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing!

      Posted
      tobiebear22
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      Inside Out is probably the biggest gamble that Pixar ever made trying to tell an animated story. It's more geared to adults than any other film they have ever made. It's complicated, with a lot of very complex metaphors. It attempts to tell a story far more related to the real world than any they have ever told as far as I can tell. There's no witches, magic, space-rangers, talking inanimate objects, or the like. And yet... I knew from the trailers and reading a book about Pixar that this film was going to be different from the other ones that Pixar has released. I knew it was a gamble. But it also struck me as being more intelligent, more thoughtful, and perhaps more from the heart and soul than some of their other films (and that takes some doing). I was not wrong and I am glad I ventured out to a theater to see this film. It's an ambitious undertaking to try to tell a story about the emotions in control of a person's mind, and even moreso when you dive into the other parts of their brain like the subconscious, dreams, and memories. On the surface this is a story of creatures trying to do their job who run into problems (two of the emotions get lost and have to find their way back), and the little girl who's life is undergoing changes that make her inability to express said emotions somewhat heart-breaking. But there is so much more going on here. You can looks at this film and think that the people in it are being pushed around by the emotions in their head. You can see it as people being at the mercy of these emotions and other forces. Or...you can look deeper and see the introverted message of this film. That everything that happens inside of this young girl represents her reactions to events in her life. Have you ever felt that your dreams were really bizarre?

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Decent Family movie, great movie for kids

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      Student
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      Pixar's catalog from the first decade of the 21st century has garnered them high expectations with every new film they make. Nearly every movie from Toy Story 1 to Wall-e was a near perfect experience that was accessible to any audience. There were of course a handful of forgettable flops along the way (Cars 2), but they generally seem to be consistent in their quality output. That being said, Inside Out is neither the height of Pixar's talent showcase, nor the depths of their cashout attempts, but rather, a highly original and imaginative story that caters more to children than anyone else. Inside Out creates a somewhat condensed but really clever representation of the human pathos in the form of a young girl going through new experiences in her life. The storywriting team cleverly takes what would be a rather routine and dull story and instead shifts the point of view to an inside look at the limbic system (that of the part of the brain that processes emotion). Each human emotion is condensed (understandably) into 5 anthromorphic characters each representing Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Envy. Through these 5 emotions, we see the processes involved in the main characters emotion-driven actions. While conceptually the movie is amazing, I still feel that the writers could have done more, and included less of their now-common tropes. Inside Out lacks the socio-political relevance of Wall-e and the hard hitting emotion of Finding Nemo and Monster's Inc., but is still a pretty decent film that stands on its own. Overall, the kids will love it, and it is definitely a movie I think every child should see, as it also paints an easy picture of the developmental process to them.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fantastic move with a great message for everyone

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      Chris
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      I'd seen this movie before, but I didn't pick up the home release until recently. As with nearly all Pixar movies, it's an absolute gem and carries with it the wonderful message for everyone that it's OK to be sad, and that it's a part of growing up, living life, and being who we are. Additionally, I finally pulled the trigger on buying the home release of this movie because the marching band I teach is doing a competitive show based on a very similar cognitive and emotional concept, so I wanted to pick up the DVD for our long coach bus rides for the kids. However, these days, I generally prefer to buy 3D Blu-rays, and if there's a version with a lenticular slipcover or Steelbook, that's the one I get. Inside Out had a 3D Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack with a lenticular slipcover, and Best Buy happened to list the combo pack in stock. With this being an older release, I didn't count on getting the slipcover with my BB order and anticipated having to contact Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment to order one separately. To my surprise, Best Buy sent one not only with the lenticular slipcover, but in pristine condition as well. Of course, your mileage may vary on the slipcover (they're generally limited to inclusion with first print runs), but I was very pleased to open the package to see it included.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Pixar delivers again

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      AymanT85
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      Since its beginning, Pixar cranked out instant classics beginning with its initial success with "Toy Story". It was when the company released "Cars 2", as enjoyable as it was, that the computer-animation film company lost its mojo, releasing mediocre films instead of its usual superbly excellent level (I would say that "Monsters University" was pretty good, but not great as the pre-"Cars 2" films are). "Inside Out" was a wonderful treat and arguably the best Pixar movie released to date. Intellectual, thought-provoking, funny, and downright human, this film is pleasing for all ages and, well, an emotional roller-coaster, taking us through our basic natural emotions throughout the film. I have yet to meet someone who hasn't both laughed and shed a tear while watching this movie. Personally, I didn't experience this film in 3D in the theater, but Disney always does a superb job with its 3D releases, and I believe that 3D animation films were meant to be experienced in the 3rd dimension. So whether or not you own a 3D TV, pick up the 3D edition of this movie because if one day you purchase one, you'll want to delight your senses with a whole new dimension of the film experience! A MUST-OWN!

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Wonderful disc of a delightful movie

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      Dan09
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      The film itself is a gem, and hits very close to home for anyone who has been a teenager, or who has one at home. It personifies what it means when different emotions take control without warning, and that returning to your childhood (when Joy usually ran the show) isn't really an option.. The disc set includes a DVD and 3 Blu-Ray discs: - bonus disc (2D) with the deleted and behind-the-scenes clips - 3D feature disc with Feature & Lava - 2D feature disc with Feature, Lava, Riley's 1st date, and additional behind-the-scenes features. The digital copy is redeemed through disneymoviesanywhere.com (via digitalcopyplus.com). Using the code immediately gave me the choice of providers for the movie: iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Amazon video, Cinema Now, offering the option of going with the providers directly or linked to Disney Movies Anywhere. DMA was giving errors, so I opted to download from iTunes directly (where it can be left in the cloud or downloaded immediately). There, the iTunes version includes the same extras and shorts as on the discs. the DMA site apparently has additional extra/bonus features, but I gave up waiting for that site to come back up.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Very good film, but not a Pixar Classic

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      Eric321
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      Inside Out tells the story of a 11-year-old girl named Riley who is ruled by her emotions. Those emotions are joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust. Riley has lived a mostly happy life, but when she and her family move to California from Minnesota, she is in danger of losing two of her emotions: joy and sadness. Inside Out has plenty of heartwarming and tear-jerking moments, but I do not believe it reaches the upper echelon of Pixar classics such as Wall-E, Up, or Ratatouille. There are times where there can be too much exposition. However, don't let this deter you from purchasing the film. There is plenty of humor and insight in this film. Riley is a sympathetic and empathetic character. Haven't many us of had mixed emotions when moving into a new job, a new school, or a new home? Also, I loved the fact that director Pete Doctor along co-writers Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley emphasize the importance of feeling sad. Although there are some concepts and jokes young children will not understand, Inside Out is a very good family film and worth adding to your film collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Inside Out is a terrific movie

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      Robt00
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      Inside Out is a terrific movie with all of the plot points you have come to expect from a Pixar film. It’s funny at times, it’s sad at times but always heartfelt. The concept itself is not original. A 90’s sitcom called “Herman’s Head” was based on the same premise BUT that was a 30 minute TV show, THIS is a full length feature film and Pixar truly expanded on the “Herman’s Head” idea. They used as many analogies as they could logically fit into this movie (I personally like the Train of Thought) and made them make sense to kids as well as adults. The BluRay is filled with special features that give you more insight to what was going through the creators minds while the film was in production and why Joy and Sadness became the stand-out characters. Ultimately, I feel they made the right choice.

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