Inside Out 2

Teenager Riley's mind headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions! Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who’ve long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren’t sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she’s not alone.

  • Released: 2024-06-12
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Genre: Animation, Drama, Family
  • Stars: Amy Poehler, Steve Purcell, Maya Hawke, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black, Tony Hale, Liza Lapira, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, June Squibb, Ayo Edebiri, Paul Walter Hauser, James Austin Johnson, Dave Goelz, Frank Oz, Lilimar, Grace Lu, Yvette Nicole Brown, Sarayu Blue, Ron Funches
  • Director: Kelsey Mann
 Comments
  • valdogeora - 19 June 2024
    Pixar's best sequel after Toy story 2 & 3
    Inside Out 2 is the best sequel to one of the best animated films of this century, packed with high humor but not forgetting the essence of the story that you want to convey. Even though the plot is almost the same as the first film, the studio managed to deepen the conflict in this second film.

    Pixar cleverly explains how mental health is important and we seem to see our past when we were teenagers or we as adults are still experiencing what happened inside out 2.

    The thing that impressed me the most was when Joy said "I don't know stop anxiety, maybe that's what happens when you grow up. You feel less joy." My tears almost fell. Good job Pixar and welcome back.

    INSIDE OUT 2 is the great return of Pixar and Disney, delivering the story we've always loved. The message was so powerful it moved me to tears and although it is primarily aimed at children, we, the adults, are the ones affected.

    My score for Inside Out 2 is actually 9.5/10, but a score of 10 is a good number for one of the best sequels Pixar has ever made.
  • matasroda - 19 June 2024
    1.5 hour long teenager moment
    I loved everything about the movie. It's so nice seeing Disney make a good movie once again - following the catastrophes of Wish and Elemental.

    Riley is a teenager now in this movie, with new emotions like anxiety, envy, ennui, embarrassment and nostalgia (GOD SHE NEVER PRESSED ANYTHING ARGHHH I'M STILL SO MAD)

    I laughed multiple times in the movie, and so did my friends. Every scene was a work of art and had its purpose. Anxiety's villain arc was amazing - it definitely fit. They depicted Riley correctly as a teenager thank god, not unlike other movies that always mistake what teenagers are like.

    Definitely go see this movie if you can, especially if you enjoyed the first one.
  • jktjgg - 18 June 2024
    Awesome movie like the first one!!
    This movie was awesome and heartwarming like the first one!!! The actors were so good and the characters were just so perfect and the new characters I didn't realize that it reminded me of Blue's Clues or Mickey Mouse Clubhouse were Bloofy and Pouchy!!! The ending so sad but it was a happy ending after Riley had an anxiety attack at her hockey camp and my favorite part about the movie is Riley hit puberty before going to hockey camp and bloofy and pouchy are my new favorite characters from this movie!! I give this movie 2 thumps and 10 out of 10 for me because this is the best movie ever just like the first movie!!!