Film & TV
Pixar continues to shine! Inside Out, the latest animated film by the studio, demonstrates yet again that storytelling supersedes special effects. Originally conceived by Pete Docter, Inside Out is all about relationships and emotions, especially during times of transition; be it geographical relocation or the change from childhood into puberty. Good storytelling is the ability to tell the tale of one individual in a manner that all watching can relate. That is where Pixar proves time and again their mastery. This film project had been in development for years, and Docter was supported by a creative team that didn’t settle for less than brilliant. Fortunately Pixar’s animation skills do not fall far behind, making Inside Out a pure delight.
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