Here's a pretty good description for the movie:
Pixar built a reputation with stories that mess with your emotions. Now they've cut out the middleman and are messing directly with the emotions themselves in a film that teaches kids they aren't responsible for their actions -- it's just tiny people in their head pushing their brain buttons. You know, there's a word for that: schizophrenia!"
There's also a suggestion that 11-year-old Riley might be bipolar, since she swings from two extreme emotions. But at least the movie heads into a little girl's brain and not a guy's since, the trailer notes, that would probably be a porno.
After Joy and Sadness are sucked away, the trailer brilliantly adds, "Riley is left with only your average YouTube comment section to guide her: Rage, Fear, and Disgust." PERFECTION.
They also list a bunch of emotions (or at least mental and emotional attributes) that didn't make the cut of the movie -- empathy, reason, envy, tranquility, courage, hope, boredom, love, lust, and "that feeling you get when you peel dried glue off your fingers." (Isn't that usually disgust?)
And for good measure, here are the "Inside Out" characters watching the new "Star Wars" trailer:
— #InsideOut (@PixarInsideOut) October 27, 2015
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