I’m generally a happy person. Sometimes I’m sad. More often than not it takes a lot to disgust me as an adult, but it happens. I have a few fears, those mostly being creatures that try to come eat me in my own backyard (snakes, lizards, big frogs who probably don’t want to hurt me, but scare me), and anger. Yes, I get angry. As an adult I get angry more often than I should sometimes. Now imagine all these feelings swirling around in YOUR head. What about your child’s head? Here you have “Inside Out” from Disney Pixar!
My family and I attended an advance screening to see Inside Out and the movie trailer does not even do it complete justice. Normally a trailer takes all the really great parts and slaps them together, so you feel you might not have anything new to see in the movie. Not the case with Inside Out! In 3D this was such a great experience. The bright animation really made it fun. I laughed, a lot. I cried, and it was hard to wipe tears while wearing 3D glasses. I sat there, staring at the screen, in a thought process of emotion at many scenes.
This movie spoke volumes while capturing the young and older audience all at the same time. My toddler only stayed awake for the first half of the movie but sat in amazement with his finger holding the side of his 3D glasses in complete fear he would miss something magnificent. He did. The rest of the movie 🙂 I want it on DVD, like last week!
I left thinking, “So that is what they mean when you lose all your marbles.” As well as a complete “Roller coaster of emotions.”
So here are the top 5 reasons you should take your family to see this movie, also check out the official trailer below so you are pumped to head out this weekend and be a part of making it a box office hit!
1. It makes you think about your child hood and reflect on your emotions and reactions to situations now as an adult but it makes your children realize their emotions are valid.
2. Riley is the demographic child that is the prepubescent teen we all see parents struggling with emotions, feelings, and rough patches of growing up. We have been there. We can relate. Your child can relate with the characters being silly.
3. Bing Bong. You have to see him to believe him. The epitome of childhood.
4. You will finally understand what “losing your marbles” really means. It may seem funny when people say it, but it’s quite sad when you see it happening.
5. It’s a Disney Pixar movie. Seriously, why have you not already bought your tickets?!?!
I truly don’t want to spoil the movie but it is by far one of my favorite animated movies of all time and that is over three decades of movies coming out in my lifetime!
Have you seen it? What was your favorite scene? Who is your favorite character?
Author: Nichole Arnold
I’m the owner of Mommy Needs a Bottle . I’m a 30- something wine enthusiast that resides in Tampa, FL. I love family traditions, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, fashion, tattoos, beauty products, and being a Mommy! I have a background in marketing, public relations, copywriting, and sales.
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