Pixar redrew the rules of animation with its groundbreaking CGI and the gorgeous visuals are matched by lovable characters and thrilling storytelling
Inside Out (2015)
By the time the credits rolled on Pete Docters boisterous existential satire, it was easy to imagine that we all have a Star Trek-style bridge inhabited by colourful motivators representing different aspects of the human persona, from Joy and Sadness to Anger and Disgust, inside our minds. Pixars ingeniously simple idea smartly reimagined a childs inner turmoil as an epic white-knuckle ride through conflicting emotions and memories, as 12-year-old Riley Andersen desperately tries to adjust to strange and terrifying new experiences (such as broccoli infested pizza and hipster California classmates) with the help of the funny little people in her head. The sublime anarchy of the human condition beautifully rendered in dazzling primary colours.
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