Inside Out

Inside Out
Life is hard when you're growing up. Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust are the emotions trying to coexist in young Riley. While everything runs harmoniously for the most part, thanks to the obsessive work of Joy, Riley's life goes topsy turvy” when her parents uproot the family from their Midwestern life to a new home in San Francisco. Riley struggles with her new home, being the new kid at school, and not only trying to find new friends, but a new hockey team to join. The five emotions find themselves struggling with the new changes in Riley and are thrown into turmoil when Joy and Sadness are catapulted out of the control center, leaving Fear, Anger and Disgust in charge. As Joy and Sadness try to find their way back, Riley's emotions continue to spiral and she contemplates running away. Try to find these movie mistakes in “Inside Out”.

· A young Riley is running around the house, pulling her wagon, when Fear, from Riley’s viewpoint, sees the white electrical cord in the floor. Fear quickly pulls the lever. The scene cuts to Riley as she steps over the electric cord and it is now black.

· Riley is sitting at her desk on her first day at her new school. There is a stack of books on her desk with a blue notebook on top. The teacher calls on her and she stands up to tell the class a little about herself. Riley sits down and it’s now a history book that’s on top of the stack.

· At one point Bing Bong starts to cry candy. The view of the candy falling near his feet show three pieces to his left on the ground. It cuts to a front view of Bing Bong, Joy and Sadness and the pieces that were to his left are now gone.

“Inside Out” (2015) features the voices of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, and Richard Kind. It runs 95 minutes and is rated PG for mild thematic elements and some action.


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