Inside Out: Emotions…Personified.

Hello everybody! For this week’s Newish Movie Show, we have Inside Out.

INSIDE OUT

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DIRECTED: Pete Docter

STARRING: Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Richard Kind, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan

GENRE: Animated, Family

YEAR: 2015

COUNTRY: United States

InsideOut556500e6a2be0-2040.0Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.

I am definitely one of the few people that doesn’t like Pixar films. I would be the last person to admit they enjoyed a INSIDE OUTPixar film, but that time is definitely now. Inside Out is definitely one of the more innovative Pixar films and a diamond in the rough for me to actually enjoy. The writers were very clever, as they accurately portrayed the pains of growing up for a little girl. Well…at least for the most part. The voice acting couldn’t have been better chosen, as each other the VA nailed each one of their “feelings” perfectly.

There is no reason that Inside Out can’t possibly be one of Pixar’s latest and greatest films ever made. Unfortunately, I felt that there were many instances that the creators could have tackled important subjects that children need to know but unfortunately could have easily gone right over their heads. While I know this opinion isn’t particularly popular, I felt that it could have been made just a bit clearer.

PROS:

  • Innovative.
  • Clever writing.
  • Animation.
  • Voice acting.

CONS:

  • Clearer themes.
  • Ugh…Pixar.

SCORE: 8.5 / 10

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Disney Universe – A Generic Kingdom Hearts!

Hello everyone, and welcome to my very first ever Video Game Review! Today I review a game that I’ve actually done a full Let’s Play on My Youtube Channel.

Disney Universe

Title – Disney Universe

Developer – Eurocom

Genre – Action-Adventure

Year – 2011

Platform – PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Microsoft Windows

Okay, it has been quite awhile since I have played this game, and even in my Let’s Play of it, i took my sweet time through it! Disney Universe doesn’t really have much of a story to it. What I got from it was we were going to the Disney Theme park, when something happened and our Tour Guide, VIC ( Virtual Information Cube) Turned into his evil self, HEX along with the Cast Bots! Now you must travel through all 6 of the Disney Worlds to save and unlock the other Disney Costumes!

Let’s go over the pros first! Disney Universe has a huge nostalgic feeling for any fan of Disney as you travel through six of the most popular Disney and Pixar films such as Pirates of The Caribbean, The Lion King, Wall-E, Monsters Inc, Alice in Wonderland, and Aladdin! Let’s me be the first to say the soundtrack is amazing here, as the highlight several of Disney’s most popular tracks and staying true the that Disney World! Another thing done right is the amount of costumes you get to choose from! You can dress yourself as 45 different characters from the following six worlds and The Little Mermaid, Tron, Mickey Mouse, Lilo & Stitch, and Tangled!

Now let’s talk about some of the cons! One of the biggest con is that the game drags on way to long! Each World has 3 places in the world you have to visit and each place you have to visit has three levels, so there our 9 levels per world. Another huge problem is the game play. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but its jut not that fun! It gets boring real quick, but one of my biggest gripes with this game is that it calls itself an Action-Adventure game. In my opinion this game is more puzzle than anything, and I don’t mind doing puzzle stuff, but I feel it revolves to much around it!

The game is not bad, just gets boring fast! but if you a big Disney fan like myself, you may enjoy this game! but if your not that into Disney than I would say this game is definitely not for you!

Pros:

  • The Nostalgia
  • Plenty of Disney

Cons:

  • Drags on Way too long
  • Game play is boring
  • Not an action-adventure Game

Score – 5.0-10

Disney Universe Trailer

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The True Identity of Andy’s Mom In “Toy Story” Will Blow Your Mind

You have to check this out, new theory from Jon Negroni, the creator of the award-winning Pixar Theory.

Jon Negroni

It all started with a hat.

Several months ago, one of my anonymous Pixar Theory Interns (that’s a thing on a resume) came to me with a crazy proposition: Andy’s mom is Emily, Jessie’s previous owner.

I laughed. I then agreed.

For some time, I compiled all of the evidence and found some incredible support for this theory. For one thing, take a close look at Andy’s cowboy hat he frequently wears in the movies:

Andy's Hat

Here’s another close look:

Andy's Hat

As you can see, Andy’s hat is noticeably different from Woody’s. Why is this? Why wouldn’t Andy want to wear a hat that closely resembles the one worn by his favorite toy?

It’s no secret that Andy has a close connection with Woody. In Toy Story 2, his mom (who we only know as Ms. Davis) mentions that Woody is an old family toy.

Remember that Woody doesn’t even recall that…

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