Inside Out: Emotional Theory Comes Alive

Inside Out: Emotional Theory Comes Alive



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  1. imnotmelvin3 says:

    is that a glass of water next to the monitor or a bong, can’t tell, anyway
    nice presentation look forward to more. :)

  2. Filmmaker IQ says:

    Wow – awesome work!

  3. Zelkiiro says:

    I think a more practical reason for leaving out Surprise and
    Contempt–aside from keeping things simple–is that, as characters, they
    would’ve been too similar to Fear and Disgust.

  4. alejandronoway says:

    still crying over Bing Bong

  5. VenomKpp says:

    Everyone tries to make something super deep for no fucking reason at all.
    This movie is shit and shallow yet this nigga trying to make a thesis paper
    on the shit.

    Joy and Sadness get thrown out yet Riley is happy during the hockey game.
    Yeah thesis that you fucking moron apparently you can be happy without
    actually having “Joy,” In control.

  6. David Naber says:

    3:10 Surprise looks like Bill Hader.

  7. Amr Hany says:

    I had tears in my eyes.

  8. Luigi Bianco says:

    Suppose you told the people in an Asian country that they had to allow
    millions of non-Asians to immigrate to their country every year and to
    intermarry with them, so that, within decades, the Asians would be a
    minority in their own country.
    Suppose that you told them that they were evil racist nazis if they refused
    to do this.
    Do you think they would buy this? Of course not! What kind of self-hating
    Asian would agree to this?
    But this is what anti-White White people are doing to their own people.
    They say they are anti-racist, but what they are is anti-White.
    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.

  9. fletcher Fraher says:

    You, sir, have earned yourself a subscriber. Excellent work.

  10. Gordie Howe says:

    love your commentary

  11. XxTIMELORDxX says:

    Helped me lose my tension when I was doing homework now I’m more relaxed

  12. Theyungcity23 says:

    I feel like a classic aspect of some of the greatest kids movies is nuanced
    take on emotion. I look at Nightmare Before Christmas or Spirited Away and
    those movies run on the idea that the emotion is just the interpretation of
    something that can be endlessly interpreted. I get that from Inside Out was
    just building up to that as if it was a revelation. It may be for adults,
    but for children this is how they experience all the time. Its climax was
    what you get all throughout any well done children’s story.

  13. Kai Kim says:

    keep up the work nerdwriter. can you do a video on a book. The Tao of Pooh?

  14. Jonathan Meadows says:

    Made it through this movie and didn’t cry

  15. Daniel Hough says:

    Goddammit Nerdwriter. Every time you showed a clip from the final

  16. Ryan Vaniman says:

    You make very good videos.

  17. David Viramontes says:

    Love your videos, especially how they always ends on such a poignant phrase
    or question representing a specific idea.

  18. Rory Walker says:

    I wasn’t even intending to see this movie, but the review made me
    laugh-cry. I blame conditioning from Pixar, specifically Up.

  19. Joshua Ochoa says:

    I thought i was the only one crying my ass.

  20. Hugh Janus says:

    “nerdwriter” but uses a mac. lol what a lying dumbass. you arent a nerd.
    you are a geek. get it right anti intellectual mook