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Postby Leirin » Sat Jun 27, 2015 3:51 am

One of my favorite gags in the whole movie was the discarding of "useless" memories like piano lessons and memorization of U.S. presidents. :lol:
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby K9Girl » Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:28 pm

^ I loved that gag!
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I had to wait a week before seeing the film. I spent the last 2 or 3 years dreaming of getting to see this movie, and it was 100% worth the wait. i had an emotional moment in the theater when I was like "This is real. I'm finally seeing this movie" And i'm not gonna lie, my eyes kind of stung when I saw that Pixar logo on screen again. ( and that was only the beginning of the emotional moments i was going to have during this movie! I am eagerly awaiting the day when I can see it again.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby YouUnculturedSwine » Tue Jun 30, 2015 3:39 am

One thing I thought was really cool about the film was
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there was no real villain.
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I assumed Bing Bong was the villain at first, what was the point of him grabbing all those memories in the bag? Was that just supposed to make you think he was gonna be a villain? Or was he getting the memories he liked (and hence helping Riley forget him)?
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby Leirin » Tue Jun 30, 2015 10:11 pm

^I'm not entirely sure about that either, or maybe I forgot. Can someone explain?

Grace, those were my feelings exactly, and similar to how I felt seeing Toy Story 3. :D It's just so surreal hearing about these movies from the time they get announced and daydreaming about what they'll be like up til their release, but so satisfying too. I still remember picturing Headquarters as being more like a big black void than the colorful place it wound up being.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby Snipe » Wed Jul 01, 2015 4:41 pm

This movie was spectacular. Extremely witty, in both concept and execution. Leave it to Pete Doctor to blow us away again. I've heard from numerous people that they didn't feel an attachment to most of the characters, which I can partially understand given that most of the emotions don't have as wide a range of depth as most characters, given that they are emotions. Even so, I personally was very moved by the film, and connected with Riley if no one else. The whole Joy/Sadness contrast, and their eventual realization that the most memorable moments in life aren't always the most perfect/happiest ones, resonated very deeply for me. I also find it interesting that Riley isn't necessarily the main character. Joy is the character who really had to adjust and change, and found herself(?) along the way.

I recently just visited San Francisco, which was amazing in its own right. What kept exciting me throughout the film, however, was how many locations in the movie are almost spot on with the real place. Isn't really surprising, given that Pixar is just across the bay, so their research was right in their own backyard. I am almost for certain that I've been to the bus stop Riley was at, or at least some variation of it. The one I was at was just near the Oakland bridge, and I'm pretty sure I saw a sign for the Oakland bridge in the film while she was there.

Overall an amazing movie, probably going to replace Up and Cars as my favorite Pixar movie. I can't wait to see it again. :)
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby ConteRemo » Wed Jul 01, 2015 10:50 pm

I think Bing Bong took the memories because he just wanted to see what Riley was up to nowadays, since she didn't play with him anymore and he probably missed her. I kinda wish the movie explained it a bit more, but I remember him mentioning that she was getting big now and might not be able to fit in his wagon when they're supposed to go to the moon (I'm guessing last time she played with him that was what they were going to do).
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby ellie-jessie-eve » Mon Jul 20, 2015 9:15 am

Snipe wrote:The one I was at was just near the Oakland bridge, and I'm pretty sure I saw a sign for the Oakland bridge in the film while she was there.


Yeah the sign was for Oakland. There's no Oakland Bridge, but the bridge to Oakland is the Bay Bridge.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby Snipe » Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:31 pm

ellie-jessie-eve wrote:Yeah the sign was for Oakland. There's no Oakland Bridge, but the bridge to Oakland is the Bay Bridge.

Oh haha thanks, that makes sense. I've only been once, so some of my knowledge of the area is a little sketchy. :)
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby Leirin » Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:34 pm

I am terribly hankering to see this movie a second time before it gets pulled from theaters. Someone take me! :lol:
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby JustSoWall-eCrazy » Wed Jul 22, 2015 11:49 pm

So today, I finally saw this movie. In sum, I thought it was really great and funny.

Some of my favorite parts were:

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- Abstract Thought (the animation changes were completely unexpected, and surprised me in a good way)

- Dream Productions

- Joy being born/coming into being

- "I'll die for Riley!"

- The Subconscious (the idea of awakening the clown as if it was a giant monster or dragon was pretty amusing)


And I will admit it, I almost cried when Joy cried.

The short film, Lava, was also very sweet and beautiful. Hopefully Pixar gets a short film nomination for it.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby miafka » Sat Jul 25, 2015 7:09 am

Just kind of a PS here, but...
For those interested, some pictures of the Inside Out scoring sessions have just been placed up online. It's on scoringsessions.com, where you can also search and see pictures from other movie sessions.

Inside Out: A few main shots with comments:
http://scoringsessions.com/news/293/

The rest of the 27 Inside Out pictures
http://scoringsessions.com/sessions/12540/

There's a nice group shot of all of us together with the Pixar crew that was onhand (for some reason they blurred out the screen just for that shot even though they didn't for the other ones... and besides, the movie's out already!) You can have a look at one of the cues (Bundle of Joy), see some of the interesting instruments used, and see some of us players, the scoring crew, and the Pixar crew that came down. If you click on each picture, it'll say who the picture is of, or what's happening. This is at the Warner Bros scoring stage.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby totoro » Sun Jul 26, 2015 4:37 pm

Well, looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong (Slinky-stretch-mode ;)) time no see...

While I haven't been able to see "Inside Out", yet, due to Pixar films *still* not getting a near-simultaneous worldwide release, I am so happy to see so many positive reviews all over the net.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby The Star Swordsman » Mon Jul 27, 2015 3:23 pm

Great to see you again totoro! Missed ya my friend. And GO SEE INSIDE OUT! Seriosuly, it's clearly one of Pixar's finest original films.
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby Yorokobi-chan » Tue Jul 28, 2015 6:09 pm

I really loved this film! To me, it's the best film I've EVER seen in my life. Take that, Mumfie's Quest! Joy and Bing Bong were the best characters, and it was very funny. My favorite parts were Imaginationland, Abstract Though, and the dream that went completely wrong! (Hi, Riley, it's me! Who's your friend who likes to play?) I saw it four times (with my fourth viewing occurring last night. At said screening, a kid laughed at Bing Bong's death, which I found very rude!)
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Re: Inside Out Main Thread

Postby TheSpaceSheriff » Wed Jul 29, 2015 4:11 am

PixarPost released some more details regarding the Blu-Ray release for Inside Out.
http://www.pixarpost.com/2015/07/inside-out-blu-ray-special-features.html
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