Catholic film reviewer calls it "grander" than any of Pixar's past movies
Pixar’s new film Inside Out is being heralded as the best animated feature to come out in a long time. Written and directed by Pete Docter who also wrote and directed Pixar’s film Up, this one is even grander: Set inside a little girl’s mind, with her emotions as characters, the story takes the viewer to some unexected places. There is no bad guy, and the girl’s family is an intact, basically happy family going through a tough time. The film explores the interesting relationship between sadness and happiness, and is a feast for the eyes, as well.
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