Inside Out

11 Feb

We just did one of those technology-induced movie nights where my son and I watched Inside Out at our house while my BFF – Uncle Jason – started the movie at the same time at his house, and we texted each other throughout. I hadn’t seen the newest Pixar yet, but Jason was a veteran.

What a movie. It was glorious to watch. Walt and I both sat mesmerized the entire time, and I even stopped wanting to text at all because I was so engrossed. I thought it should be a movie played in every Psych 101 class, and for every pre-teen, heck, everyone, to watch to understand their emotions a little bit better.

At the end of the movie, Walter is watching Riley cry in her parents’ arms, and he says, “Mama, she’s crying.”

He turns to me and says, “Just like a baby.”

And I have big, rolling tears streaming down my face as well when I say, “Yes, son, just like a baby.”

inside-out-651The “colored ball” movie, according to Walt.

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3 Responses to “Inside Out”

  1. anisakazemi February 25, 2016 at 12:34 am #

    best movie eveeeeerrrr

    • mamajohnston February 25, 2016 at 7:50 am #

      It sure is! I loved it! A masterpiece in creativity!

  2. Quincy Metherell March 12, 2016 at 2:59 am #

    Michael Giacchino composed the film’s score; this was his fifth collaboration with Pixar and his second collaboration with Docter after

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