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Inside out Emotion Motion

I have questions. Many questions.

Inside Out plops us in the brainspace of an 11-year-old girl, Riley (Kaitlyn Dias), revealing her behaviors to be controlled by five primary emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black) and Disgust (Mindy Kaling). My first set of questions: Why disgust? How did that make the cut as a dominant emotion? What about love or jealousy or...


Tomorrowland-trailer-analysis-25-mysterious-girl-taking-a-close-look-at-tomorrowland-s-trailer-analysis-and-breakdown-jpeg-295826 Someone Call Chris Hansen

Since its release a few weeks ago, Tomorrowland has become surprisingly polarizing among film critics who can’t seem to decide if it’s overwhelming sense of optimism is endearing or obnoxious. At the moment, Tomorrowland’s rating on the critic consensus site Rottentomatoes.com sits at a perfectly split 50%, and I’ve seen four or five think pieces just on the polarization itself. As much as I love it when a film can...


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