At long last another review and of a particularly good movie.
Inside Out is an excellent film with a clever idea that brought hundreds of questions to my mind. The story follows the five main emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and Fear as they try to acclimate a young girl into her new life in San Francisco. It's just a clever idea to have personifications of raw human emotion controlling your actions. It's also slightly dark and creepy but mostly just fun. I mean they touch base on so many things everyone has experienced in their life it would take days to write it all out, so to make it short think back as early as you can remember, think of how much you have grown. Think of the people you know, think of your home, think of days long since gone yet can still be remembered. Inside Out talks about and deals with things like that and it has a very interesting message. That emotions both good and bad can mix, and moments in your life you can't take for granted. We all change, when you think about it, everything you once were gone in a flash. But that's okay, that's good, you need to keep moving so long as you remember all the people that you were. I believe that life is a pile of good things and bad things, the good things don't soften the blow of the bad things, but the bad things don't ruin the good things. You can find solace in sadness, enlightenment in fear, nostalgic memories in happiness. I will not forget one day of this. Not one moment, I swear. I will always remember when the Dude was me.