Entertainment Weekly | 'Inside Out' Review


Docter and his fellow screenwriters Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley take this daring, conceptually abstract premise and tweak it into a battle royal for control over the tween’s evolving personality. Each emotion gets a turn in the driver’s seat depending on what Riley’s going through in her day-to-day life. And for the first time in Riley’s brief existence, it looks like Poehler’s Joy may not carry the day.

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