It’s genius in its simplicity. A certain Internet mastermind, Jordan Hanzon, has edited the Pixar movie Inside Out to remove all the ‘inside’ parts that deal with Riley’s emotions. What’s left is a touching story about a girl struggling with moving to a new town. It’s just plain neat.
It’s such a simple but brilliant idea. I’m glad someone thought of it, though I wish it were me. I need to become Internet famous in 2016…
Not sure why I made the headline about a DVD release…but just so you know, I’m already off on my way to a week-long vacation in England! It’s the first time I’ve ever been to Europe! Hopefully I’ll have a great time, and I managed to scrounge up some random Internet videos so that my blog isn’t completely dead while I’m gone (tune in for a regular List of Six tomorrow!).
But anyway, Inside Out! We all liked that one, didn’t we?
Pixar’s alright these days. Though I’m not really looking forward to that new dinosaur movie at all. It just…I dunno…But Inside Out was good. And Honest Trailers is always reliable.
Thank you, Only Leigh!
I saw Inside Out the other weekend and it was very good. Not one of Pixar’s best, but still an awesome flick. Unique premise, fun characters, great ending, quality bits of humor and emotion; solid Pixar all around. Of course, considering it came in at #2 behind Jurassic World (which I also saw), probably means that we’re going to get three more highly profitable Cars sequels before we get another really good Pixar movie.
Tonight is the night, people! I’m going to see the early Thursday night showing of Avengers: Age of Ultron! I am beyond excited. Beyond thrilled. Beyond anticipating a great movie! And I’m not the only one, thanks to this nifty mash-up between Age of Ultron and Inside Out!
Apparently Pixar made this mash-up themselves. Good on them! It’s a lot of fun.
Expect my movie review by Sunday, probably. I may see the movie again a few times this weekend, but I’ll try to squeeze in some time to write a review.
That was a pretty funny trailer, but I’m still not sold on Inside Out. I love the voice cast, but the premise kind of bugs me. This very much seems like a ‘wacky characters’ type of kids movie. Not saying those are always bad, but I expected more from Pixar.
Granted, I thought Brave would be more, but that was a huge let down. Bears? Come on!