Inside Out is a 2015 American 3D Computer Animated Comedy film that’s a mind-blowing insight into a sly human mind, that thinks, perceives, loves, cares and lives. The movie is lauded with emotions- literally!
Riley’s young mind is occupied by five personified emotions—Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust— that try to take her through the tour of life. She and her parents are meanwhile trying to adjust to their new surroundings after moving from Minnesota to San Francisco.
Main Characters Include:
- Amy Poehler as Joy
- Phyllis Smith as Sadness
- Richard Kind as Bing Bong
- Lewis Black as Anger
- Bill Hader as Fear
- Mindy Kaling as Disgust
- Kaitlyn Dias as Riley
- Diane Lane as Riley’s Mother
- Kyle MacLachlan as Riley’s Father
- Paula Poundstone as Forgetter Paula
- Bobby Moynihan as Forgetter Bobby
- Dave Goelz as Subconscious Guard Frank
- Frank Oz as Subconscious Guard Dave
- Josh Cooley as Jangles The Clown
- Flea as Mind Worker Cop Jake
- John Ratzenberger as Fritz
- Lori Alan as Mother’s Sadness
- Peter Sagal as Clown’s Joy
- Rashida Jones as Cool Girl’s Emotion
Disclaimer: We don’t claim to own any images shared here. If you want credits or images get removed, please contact us.
Inside Out Poster Collection: 30+Cute Posters
Eleven-year-old Riley has moved to San Francisco, leaving behind her life in Minnesota. She and her five core emotions, Fear, Anger, Joy, Disgust and Sadness, struggle to cope with her new life. Check out our amazing Inside Out poster collection.
1. Inside Out (2015)
The movie begins where Riley is compelled to abandon her Midwest life and move to San Francisco. Riley’s emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness – give her their varied decisions on her life, college and home!
Anger wants to assert its words into consoling after the disastrous incident of nothingness. This further aggravated Riley into running away to Minnesota, in her false hope of being happy.
In Joy’s absence, Anger, Fear, and Disgust are left to take control of Riley’s brain and thus cause disastrous results, starting with the distancing of Riley from her parents, friends, and hobbies.
Her growth however, soon takes a toll on her and her personality crumbles and falls into the “Memory Dump”, where memories are forgotten.
Joy tries to help Riley to abandon her first core sad memories but accidentally throws out the other core memories loose during an altercation with Sadness, again, dismantling the personality islands.
Joy soon begins to lose hope during the train incident therefore, starts crying but then makes a sad memory a happy one when Riley’s parents and friends came to the rescue and coaxed her.
When Disgust is left in a room along with anger and fear, the results turn out to be disastrous. This further bridges the gap between Riley and her parents, friends, even her hobbies.
Sadness’s was an important emotion too since it was to induce empathy in others, thus coaxing them to look out for Riley when she’s emotionally unstable and is in need to sheer external help. By preventing Riley from feeling sad, Joy too was keeping her from feeling happiness.
7. The Five Most Important Emotions As Full Grown Characters!
8. All Emotions Locked In One Room!
In the end, Riley finally gets used to her new home, makes new friends, and returns to her old hobbies while also acquiring a few new ones. Inside Headquarters, her emotions admire Riley’s new personality islands, and all work together to strive into expanding console with room for them all.
Riley is a girl with a miserable life, having her downfalls too. She lives in a small town in Minnesota. Riley’s mind soon becomes room to five personified emotions- Joy, fear, Anger, Sadness and disgust. It’s interesting how the plot revolves around these emotions then.
As Riley grows up, her experiences soon become memories, which further get stored in colored orbs, which are further sent into long-term memory each night. Moreover, her five most important “core memories” are stored in a hub; each memory a powerful insight, adding to her personality further!
10. The World Is A Whirlpool Of Emotions!
11. Riley’s Emotions Take A Toll On Her Personality As Well!
12. “Diverdita Mente”
13. Bing Bong
While hopping and jumping across the vast maze-like long-term memory area, Joy and Sadness come across Bing Bong, Riley’s childhood imaginary friend, who suggests riding the “train of thought” back to Headquarters.
14. Fear Makes Her Vulnerable!
15. Inside Out Emotions Chart
16. Never Forget Bing Bong!
Joy and Bing Bong try to use Bing Bong’s old wagon rocket, and soon run away from the Memory Dump. However, only to their disappointment, they are unable to fly high enough. On their final attempt, Bing Bong jumps out to allow Joy to escape, and thus fades away.
17. Inside Out: Mindfulness And Relaxation Lesson
18. The Important Lessons That Inside Out Has To Offer~
19. “There’s Always A Way To Turn Things Around!!” ~ Joy
20. “We Did Not Die Today. I Call That An Unqualified Success.” ~ Fear
21. “Take Her To The Moon For Me, Okay?” ~ Bing Bong
22. A Monologue~
23. To The Moon And Back!
24. Meet The Little Voices Inside Your Head!
25. “Sometimes Sadness Makes Us Happy”
26. Extra #1
27. Extra #2
28. Extra #3
29. Extra #4
30. Extra #5
31. Extra #6
32. Extra #7
33. Etra #8
34. Extra #9
35. Extra #10
36. Extra #11
37. Extra #12
Final Thoughts: Inside Out Poster Collection
The movie is an insight into a world of humans that’s not bereft of emotions. Mind of this little girl, Riley is a whirlpool of emotions where each and every emotion has a specific role to play. The movie is sad, it’s happy, and it’s hopeful since you traverse back and forth in time, where the human mind takes you to places unknown, and unseen.
The movie is universally praised and is binged watched by people, in love with animated movies, and also with movies, that go deep.
Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a rating of 98%, based on 356 reviews, with a rating average of 8.93/10. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 94 out of 100, based on 55 critics, indicating “universal acclaim”.
Hope, all of this convinces you to watch the movie if haven’t until now.