The new Disney Pixar movie Inside Out DVD movie is now in theatres available to pre-order on DVD and Blu Ray.
Is this story line is most likely familiar to you:
“How are you?”
“I’m pretty well. And you?”
“I’m good. But wait, you seem so… sad. What’s wrong?”
“Really, I’m fine… It’s just…”
And your friend will begin to share to you his or her troubles. And when you peruse your friend, you will probably see the emotions he or she is conveying.
Emotions. Emotions are complicated. We often talk about emotions, but because emotions are subjective in nature, we cannot quantify them. We cannot put into numbers that Mr. Pettyfer is more dolorous than Mrs. Jones over the former’s loss of limb secondary to a diabetic gangrene than the latter’s loss of her car keys. We can only compare them utilizing words like “less” or “more,” but never in numbers or in percentage. We cannot also say that my feeling of happiness is the same as your feeling of happiness. We can only perceive them as they are manifested in verbal and nonverbal cues, but we can never know exactly how they look like.
Scientists can only describe what occurs inside the mind during some emotions, but they can never describe emotions exactly as they are. They found out that dopamine can make one feel good and keep the mood up. They found out that a neurotransmitter called serotonin could keep your mood in check, and, during deficit, will cause depression. Scientists could only give an account on what bodily chemicals can affect our mood and emotions, and that is the only thing that they can quantify. Oh, if only we can put numbers in emotions, and if only we can personify them, then we can objectively say what they truly are.
The personification of emotions is the topic of Disney Pixar’s newest and most-awaited movie of the year. There has never been something like this before! “Inside Out” tells the story of a girl named Riley, who must move away from her life at the Midwest to a new setting in California after her father gets occupied in San Francisco. Moving out of the comfort zone and being thrown into the new world will surely give one a mix of emotions, does it not? And yes, Riley’s five emotions are battling inside her mind as they try to gain control. Meet Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger—Riley’s personified emotions in her head. How can Riley manage through a new house and a new school? How can the five emotions manage inside Headquarters?
You are sure to enjoy as you watch Riley be the captain of her own ship in this new life, and you will enjoy the interaction of the five emotions as they make their way inside the mental geography.
“Inside Out” is a animation cinematic masterpiece created by the makers of “Up.” If you have wondered how an old widower like Carl Fredricksen could manage through life in “Up,” then you’ll also get to wonder how the mind works inside an 11-year-old girl. You might have a different idea about how your emotions work, but this movie might even widen your perspective and make you think, “Hey, why not?” “Inside Out” is out in Aussie cinemas now and available to preorder on DVD and Blu Ray now. This is the perfect movie to watch with the whole family with school holidays coming up.
The DVD and Blu Ray release is stuffed full of bonus features on DVD, which you cannot get from a streamed version so you’ve just got to own this Disney Pixar DVD. We know you will love this. Check out “Inside Out” in theatres near you. And don’t forget to order Inside Out DVD and Inside Out Blu Ray now. These Pixar goodies will be delivered to you on its official release.