In 2015, fans of all ages fell in love with Pixar’s Inside Out. Children were amused by the colorful characters and unique scenery, while many adults were pleasantly surprised to find several complex concepts — such as emotional awareness, the creation of memories with strong emotions, and one’s perception of what is important in life — broken down into cute and understandable ways. In the first film, five main emotions control a young girl’s life. Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust have always watched over everything Riley has encountered and acted accordingly.
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