This year's best contender at the Oscars for the Best Animated Film is now on DVD. Have you watched it yet?
Cast: Voices of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, Kaitlyn Dias and Richard Kind
Director: Pete Docter
Released on: Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC
What’s it about: Have you even thought of what's going on inside one's head? Inside Out gives you an imaginary world of how things actually work inside our head. Every person has emotional headquarters inside their head, which are primarily controlled by five major emotions - Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and Anger. They decide how a person should behave in the context of his surroundings. Same applies for 1-year old Riley Andersen, a happy-go-lucky girl staying in Minnesota whose emotions are predominantly controlled by Joy (Amy Poehler), while Sadness (Phyllis Smith) is relegated to the background. Thing took for a turn, when her family relocated to the grimy terrains of San Francisco, and she had to leave her old friends and school behind. Faced with new situations and unexpected challenges, Joy and her gang do their best to keep Riley emotionally stable. However, when Sadness, who always left idle, starts to meddle with Riley's memories, Joy tries to stop her and in the process, both get accidentally flung far away from HQ. Now the onus of Riley's emotions fall on the seemingly incompetent Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black) and Disgust (Mindy Kaling), who are lost without their leader. Their haphazard controlling leads to Riley getting emotionally shut down from her parents, turning her into a rebel. Joy and Sadness now had to work together and race against time to reach back HQ through a series of difficulties and make sure Riley is saved before all is lost for her.
What’s in the DVD: The DVD package has the below features for you:
- Audio commentary with Director Pete Docter and Producer of the film.
- Animation shorts - Lava and Riley's First Date?
Why to watch: Not only is Inside Out one of the finest animated movies released in recent times (Come on, don't tell me you had a feel of nostalgia after watching the relocation scenes, and Bing Bong), even the features, especially the shorts are interesting. Go for it!
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