• At any time of the day, a good movie with popcorn or beer is a welcome pleasure.

    First Peek: Inside Out (2015)

    We all have voices inside us that truly speak of what we think in our heads and feel in our hearts. In the newest production of Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures called Inside Out, we will be taken into a world inside of our minds and discover the funny truths about our emotions.

    From Midwest, Riley Anderson and her family moves to San Francisco as her father starts a new job there. But adjusting to a new city, house and school seems a great challenge for Riley. Like everyone else, Riley is guided by her emotions Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. These personified  emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind. As Riley undergoes the process of adjusting, a different kind of trouble takes place inside her. Joy, Riley’s most important emotion, tries to keep things positive but when Sadness accidentally cause herself and Joy to get lost inside the rest of Riley’s mind, chaos ensues in Headquarter. Joy and Sadness explores through new realms while the remaining emotions struggles to keep the balance inside Riley’s head.

    In the movie, Joy is voiced by Amy Poehler, Sadness by Phyllis Smith, Fear by Bill Hader, Anger by Lewis Black, and Disgust by Mindy Kaling. Directed by Pete Docter, Inside Out opens on June 19, 2015.


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