I saw class act a few weeks ago, it doesn't hold up. But since you mentioned that movie in the review I'm gonna see dope
I didn't cry in Inside Out but I did tear up, not because of the movie (I'm not much of a crier in general) but because I saw it at a 2.30 session and all of the kids around me started crying and one kid said "but you'll die" and my friend and I looked at each other and that got us both.
OMG the movie was SO GOOD though, I really want to see it again because it was just so beautiful.
Looking forwards to seeing Inside Out! Thanks for the review guys.
I saw Inside Out, and it's the best Pixar film in years. It's really heartwarming, and yes, it can even make a grown man cry.
The Tangled short, Tangled Ever After, was shown before the theatrical re-release of Beauty and the Beast. Also, John Ratzenberger was the guy at the end who installed the console (named "Fritz" in the credits), but not the cloud guy.
Rock on Sarah, supporting the CBB. RIP Wittels
I'm even more looking forward to seeing their review for Ted 2 and Max
What about Minions, the Despicable Me spinoff? That comes out next week as well (At least down under).
It came out this week, same week as Inside Out
Minions doesn't get a U.S. release until mid-July (during the week between Terminator and Ant-Man).
If you were given a choice between seeing one of the Star Wars Prequels and Epic which one would you choose?
Since I became an uncle, I've noticed a keener awareness of whether childrens' movies are good or not, and a desire to cherrypick the good ones for my niece. I don't especially care if she likes it, or is far too young to think of a movie or show in terms other than "ooh look at the moving pictures" I'm not showing her Oogieloves-level crap if I can help it. I'd rather she rediscover the good stuff years later than remember the bad fondly. So, hopefully, Inside Out will be on the list of films I get for Christmas or her next birthday.
and btw, the videos are the exact same duration
Who the hell cares!? Final Fantasy VII Remake and Shenmue III is upon us! THE WHOLE WORLD IS EXPLODE AND I DUNNO WHAT IS HAPPEN!!!11 *tears all clothes off and runs away while loudly screaming random letters uncontrollably*
Relax there, Sparky.....
*hits him with the stream from a Seltzer Bottle, offers a towel*
Have a frappacino ;)
A remake and a sequel!
Looks like Brad watched It too much as a child
You heartless bastards didn't let Jake see Inside Out?!!?
Jake is no longer with the site. There was some stuff that went down. Its best to keep it at that.
You're an idiot.
So Inside Out counts as belonging to the "talking body part" genre of films?
So in Volcano Romances, is an eruption an act of love or a break up move?
And I do think it would be interesting to do Inside Out with one of the characters in your head being Schizophrenic Break.
And now I want to be in a theater with Sarah to experience her emotions when its raining on her eyeballs.
I'd love to see Inside Out with the cast of Hannibal.
Man, i'd wonder what Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger would be like inside the heads of Mads' Hannibal and Season 3 Will Graham.
Are you gonna see Ted 2 ?
The reason why the girl in Dope looks a lot like Lisa Bonet, is because that's her daughter
You know someone said something about Max, and the first movie that popped into my mind was that John Cuasck Hitler movie from like 2001 or 2002
$20? Sorry, that's gas money.
How was Zoe Kravitz?
Woah, both videos are 38:46. Holy shit.
Time to play the lotto.. Pick 4 here I come. =P
Could the 'Cloudtown' bit also be a reference to that bit in Monty Python and the Holy Grail where the woman is telling the police how her husband was murdered by a medieval knight?
Talking about beings inside a human body, you didn't reference the final sequence in the film Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask).
I can just see it now...Disney / Pixar's "What Happens During Ejaculation"...
By the way, they had a reference to A Clockwork Orange (The Ludovico Treatment chair) in the episode Phineas and Ferb Get Busted in the series Phineas and Ferb. Also, Malcolm McDowell does the voice of Grandpa Fletcher in the series.
I'm a big Pixar fan! I love all their movies and short films! Inside Out is definitely one of their best! Right up there with the Toy Story trilogy, Finding Nemo, and Up!
I have no desire to see Max either because of an overused cliche in that kind of genre when a dog dies at the end. I'm a dog lover, but I could never try to sit through a dog movie knowing that the cliche happens most of the time. You can blame Old Yeller for starting it all!
When I first saw the trailer for Inside Out, I thought, "Finally! I've been waiting a solid two decades for Herman's Head: The Motion Picture!"
I was totally thinking Hermans Head when I saw the preview for Inside Out.
Is it just me, or is "Inside Out" LITERALLY just a 2-hour episode of "Herman's Head"? Right from the very first second when I saw first trailer for this animated flick and read first texts about it's concept, I IMMEDIATELY thought about "Herman's Head" and the thought never left my head since then. Except that "Herman's Head" was FUCKING AWESOME, and this just...
I really wanted to like this movie. It is a good movie but the message is so screwed up. It leaves me with a mixed feeling on this movie. The message of movie the says that you need to embrace emotions and happiness isn't the only important thing in life. In particular you need to embrace sadness. As someone who has suffered from depression for about ten years, this was really uncomfortable for me.
Acknowledging sadness is the only way to get past to something else. Riley's (and Joy's) failure in the film is attempting to just "get over it" and put it aside. It's not about embracing depression—it's about accepting that you can't force yourself (or someone else) to be happy, and bottling up your emotions only makes things worse. Forcing a smile, "grinning and bearing it", only leads to disaster.
I found this to be an amazing movie largely because of the gorgeous, brilliant message—the sort of important, almost political theme we need right now in the era of "Why can't you just stop being depressed?", "It's all in their heads," and, perhaps most importantly, "How much pressure should I be putting on my kid right now?"
Hi there folks. I'm back.
Who am I? Good question.
By the way, do any of you finely tuned gears and cogs have a contact address for this dude who used to be popular around these parts? His name was Josh Hadley.
I've just been diagnosed with a severe illness which involves the sentiment of bitterness developing into bristly tumours on the chin, neck, cheeks and taint.
I need some advice on how to explain this to my illegitimate kids. They've always known me as "Lightbulb: The Hairless Disc-Jockey". They'll be so freaked out in twenty years when they use a genealogy website to find out who their father really was and find a scientific study about me being Ron Jeremy's kneecap.
If you weren't aware, South Park's, "Duck and Cover", was a parody of a US cold-war campaign of the same name aimed at informing people what to do in the event of A NUCLEAR EXPLOSION--just duck and cover. Maybe helpful if you're outside of the immediate blast radius, but laughably ineffective for those actually caught in the fireball.
Thanks for over-explaining what 99% of us already know.
And the ones who don't know could easily Google.
Wait, should I explain what Google is?
Is crying really any way for a bro to behave?
I'm with you Sarah, I cry at Tangled too.
Oh God, On Her Majesty's Secret Service... I cry every time too. Fucking depressing as shit ending, you're not kidding, Brad.
Cool Broo ! = )