3SMReviews: Inside Out
This movie continues the tradition of Animated Films Watched at the Laurelhurst Which Affect Me Much More than I Thought They Would. This is a brilliant film, crafted much more for adults than children, but be warned, it is a heavy film. I attended it with a full-grown adult, but if I had brought children along, there would have been more than one place where said child would have asked me, “Why are you crying?”
Where watched: Laurelhurst Theater with Matt
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2015/inside_out.html
Boy-oh-boy do I hate the poster. The German one is a little better:
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Yeah. As someone who moved to another state when I was 11, this movie drudges up a lot of things for me and that was only glancing at it in passing. I don’t know that it is something that my four year old would even be able to really comprehend! And, yes, it gave me the feels.
I was so glad that the only other people in the theater when I saw this were behind me, because that way they couldn’t see me bawling my eyes out. Even now, two months later, if someone mentions Bing Bong, I get a little misty-eyed. This film was definitely an unexpected sucker punch right to the feels.