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Inside Out: The Junior Novelization by Suzanne FrancisI read this little book aloud to my brother! I was set on disliking the whole idea of the movie, finding the range limit of the Emotions frustrating. I mean, firstly, human beings have WAY more than these 5 emotions! GAH. The only emotions that are present as characters in this book is Joy, Anger, Sadness, Fear, and Disgust. For me, it was a immediate write off of interest. I dislike the idea of dumbing emotions down like that. Kids especially feel way more than these 5 things.
Regardless of my disinterest for the movie, we found the little junior novelization for cheap. So my bro and I decided to read it and judge it. Together. Haha.
As far as the story goes, I seriously felt like the character Fear through the whole thing. One of his lines was; Boo! Pick a plot line! Ha, basically, the story/plot just seemed pretty.... not my thing. I mean, the very idea of it just isnt that great. It isnt very Christian at all- emotions are not the bosses of us.... God made us each with a SOUL. So, this kinda off fling of some little cutesie- feelsy idea, is centered around the silly idea of emotions being the head of the mind.
Obviously, there are more emotions than this. However, lets say that for the sake of not going into some 7 hour in-depth physiological documentary, the writers decided to stick with just 5 emotions. Fair enough. However, for kids, a problem still remains! This book only shows Joy and Sadness getting along- basically, the Emotions see that they must have the other for things to go smooth. Or whatever. Something. One thing that drove me crazy was the fact that Riley (the girl) literally was a brat to her parents... no excuses, and yet, no punishment. So, the problem I had with this story is that kids do not learn respect or anything. They do not learn how to be a human, who isnt always controlled by their emotions (As Anger showed us in this story, that isnt good.), kids arent taught how to behave and understand that not all emotions are good things.... I guess my point is, the movie isnt downright awful, but it isnt good, either. It doesnt teach much in the large sphere. Its just some funzie story.
I have only one thing I liked about this story, actually. Well, maybe two.
The book itself actually had some grammatical errors... but hey. Overall, if I was very bored, I wouldnt mind watching the movie, but I still have some ugh things about the story.
INSIDE OUT - Trailer 2 - UK - Official Disney UK
Docter first began developing Inside Out in , after noticing changes in his daughter's personality as she grew older. The film's producers consulted numerous psychologists including Dacher Keltner from the University of California, Berkeley ,  who helped revise the story by emphasizing the neuropsychological findings that human emotions affect interpersonal relationships and can be significantly moderated by them. The film was praised for its concept, screenplay, subject matter, Michael Giacchino 's musical score, and the vocal performances particularly those of Poehler, Smith, Black, and Richard Kind.
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