Inside Out 2: I Watched Inside Out Sequel & Here Are 4 Reasons You Should Also Do It

Inside Out 2: I Watched Inside Out Sequel & Here Are 4 Reasons You Should Also Do It

After
a
wait
of
nine
years
following
the
original
Inside
Out’s
events,
Inside
Out
2
takes
audiences
deeper
into
Riley’s
mind.
Now
a
teenager,
Riley’s
team
of
personified
emotions
experience
changes
to
accommodate
new,
complex
teenage
feelings.
Disney
and
Pixar’s
latest
film
has
already
made
waves
among
viewers
and
critics,
boasting
a
record-breaking
opening
weekend.

From
its
beautifully
crafted
animated
world
to
its
hilarious
and
insightful
portrayal
of
human
emotions,
Inside
Out
2
offers
a
compelling
cinematic
experience.
Here
are
five
reasons
to
watch
Inside
Out
2
in
theatres
this
week.

Adorable
side-characters
enter
Riley’s
mind

The
creative
visualisation
of
Riley’s
new
emotions
is
a
standout.
The
film’s
creators
invested
years
into
researching
human
emotions
with
psychologists
and
animators.
They
crafted
intricate
pathways
and
introduced
complex
emotional
concepts
like
‘secrets’,
‘sarcasm’,
and
‘belief
systems’.
This
meticulous
research
enhances
the
colourful
world
of
Inside
Out
2,
promising
to
captivate
audiences
of
all
ages.

Adorable
new
side
characters
make
their
debut
in
Riley’s
mind.
While
main
emotions
like
‘Joy’,
‘Sadness’,
and
‘Fear’
venture
into
unexplored
parts
of
Riley’s
mind,
new
characters
come
to
aid
the
original
five
emotions.
Much
like
‘Bing
Bong’
from
the
first
film,
these
new
additions
bring
emotionally
impactful
moments
throughout
the
storyline.

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‘Anxiety’
takes
centre
stage
in
this
sequel

Voiced
by
Maya
Hawke,
‘Anxiety’
takes
over
Riley’s
emotional
console,
creating
chaos
in
her
life.
The
thrilling
attempts
by
‘Joy’
and
the
other
emotions
to
stop
‘Anxiety’
result
in
a
hilarious
chase,
adding
to
the
theatre-worthy
visuals
of
Inside
Out
2.

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The
voice
cast
delivers
breathtaking
performances

Talented
actors
like
Maya
Hawke,
Amy
Poehler,
Ayo
Edebiri,
Phyllis
Smith,
Tony
Hale,
and
Lewis
Black
bring
the
characters
to
life.
Additionally,
Gen
Z
star
Ananya
Panday
voices
Riley
in
the
Hindi
version,
adding
a
local
touch
for
Indian
audiences.

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The
sequel
offers
a
post-credit
scene
worth
waiting
for

Similar
to
the
first
Inside
Out’s
ending,
which
showed
a
temporary
order
in
Riley’s
mind,
Inside
Out
2
evolves
into
a
chaotic
joyride.
The
post-credit
scenes
provide
a
compelling
segue,
ensuring
viewers
leave
the
theatre
with
a
smile.

Inside
Out
2’s
memory
orbs
come
alive
in
a
fun
mini-game
accessible
via
a
web
search.
This
adds
an
interactive
element
to
the
viewing
experience,
making
it
even
more
engaging
for
fans.

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Catch
Inside
Out
2
in
theatres,
available
in
both
English
and
Hindi
languages.
This
film
promises
to
be
an
emotional
party
that’s
a
must-watch
for
everyone.

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