Inside Out - Directed by Pete Docter
Call Number: A/V PN1997.2 .I635 2015 (1st floor)
As usual, Pixar delivers fine work in this film. The plot is a little difficult to describe. It is centered around the personified, anthropomorphic feelings of a young girl named Riley. The feelings (Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust) live in Riley’s brain and control how she reacts to things, forming her personality. (There’s more to it than that, but like I said, it’s difficult to describe).
Funny tidbit: there’s a meme that says the premise of all Pixar movies can be summed up as “What if X had feelings?” So Toy Story is “What if toys had feelings?” A Bug’s Life: “What if bugs had feelings?” And on it goes, until you get to Inside Out: “What if feelings had feelings?”