To celebrate the release of Inside Out, the newest collaboration from the Disney/Pixar dream team, we’re looking back at some of their greatest movies and asking which ones hit most close to home.
This weekend marks the release of Inside Out, the 15th feature film from Pixar Animation, and the studio’s first non-sequel since 2012’s Brave. Inside Out, which stars the voices of Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler and Bill Hader, is based on a concept by long-time Pixar story artist and director Pete Docter. It tells the tale of Riley, a young girl growing up, and the personified identities of her emotions, who work together to take care of her. Dealing with such delicate subject matter as mental health and emotional expression, Inside Out is sure to pack a powerful punch.
We’ve all grown up on Pixar, but in which film do we belong? Let’s answer that question today.
Since the release of Toy Story in 1995, Pixar, in collaboration with Walt Disney Studios, has raised the bar in family entertainment, showing the world a new and impressive visual style as well as heartwarming and unique stories. Their work is both critically acclaimed and personally beloved, and everyone has their favorites. Inside Out is sure to hold a special place in the hearts of current and future generations, but there’s so many others to choose from too. Take our quiz to find out which classic Pixar film might be your spiritual home!
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