>>124719090>Embrace the coom posters. Sometimes they are all you have
I hate to admit it but you're right. >It might have been a little in your face
I agree, but despite that, it didn't stop many people on /co/ and elsewhere to miss the point entirely. Specifically these arguments>Riley feels like a robot because the emotions basically control her
The emotions are clearly meant to be a personification of Riley's thought process, this was made very clear at the beginning when we see the emotions basically narrating Riley's thoughts>This movie has a pretty major plot hole! Why can't Joy send the core memories back through that recall tube!
Joy is self-centred and thinks that she should be the only one to control the memories. She doesn't trust any other emotion with the core memories>Why didn't Riley feel any mixed emotions in all 11 years of her existence?
It's a matter of perspective, Riley had to realise that Joy and Sadness aren't contradictory but interconnected, she tried most of the movie to supress it but on the bus she finally realises its importance. The bittersweet memory is a representation of emotional maturity.
Moreover, Riley had mixed emotions about the move from the beggining of the movie, it's just a shift in perspective.
I don't get how people miss the point of this children's movie so much despite it being so unsubtle about it. There's a lot to critique about Inside Out but these points aren't one of them.>>124718643
I really want to see a sequel where Riley goes to college or raises a family of her own, but I'm quite certain that Pixar will ruin it.