After a run of disappointing sequels like ‘Cars 2’ and ‘Monsters University’, Pixar is back on form with its best film in years, ‘Inside Out’, an animation partly set inside an 11-year-old’s brain. It’s not out here until next Friday, but ‘Inside Out’ has already been a massive hit in the US. Watching it, you get the impression that director Pete Docter (who also made ‘Monsters, Inc.’ and ‘Up’) took a look back over the studio’s incredible 20-year back catalogue and cherry-picked the best of each film. Here’s why ‘Inside Out’ is pure, perfect Pixar.
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