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Film Review - Inside Out 2


Pixar Animation Studios has taken a few hits in the press lately, with the company facing some financial turmoil as parent organization Disney figures out what to do with the animation giant. Their output has been mostly impressive over the last five years, creating a few original gems along the way (“Luca,” “Soul”), but now Pixar returns to the source of one of their greatest financial and critical successes with “Inside Out 2.” There’s a cynical response ready for such a follow-up to one of 2015’s best movies, but screenwriters Meg LeFauve and Dave Holstein offer a careful continuation meant to expand on the world of Riley and her turbulent emotions. The character is now a teenager with a lot of room to grow, and “Inside Out 2” does just that, developing the inner world of feelings with a more advanced state of distress, and director Kelsey Mann (making his directorial debut) oversees a gorgeously animated adventure that returns to behavioral discoveries with heart and humor. Read the rest at


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