Does Inside Out fit into the Pixar Theory? Welcome back to the ever-connecting Pixar universe.
Directed and produced by the dream team behind Up, this new story is all about the struggles of growing up. Its lessons aren’t cliche, however, in that the final message isn’t simply “do whatever makes you happy.” This is a staple of children movies that Inside Out rightfully tosses in favor of emotional truth.
These character descriptions go a long way toward generating real depth to these emotions. Anger isn’t just angry because he’s voiced by Lewis Black.
Some are even claiming the movie is sexist…against both genders.
Details surrounding Pixar’s next big film (and first original since Brave) have been scarce to say the least. But that’s changed with the release of the first ever teaser (and footage) of Inside Out. It begins with an extended look at some of Pixar’s greatest hits and explores the idea of what
Pack your bags, kids. We’re going on a feels trip.
Director Pete Docter finally details what we can expect, including the first five minutes of the film.