Inside Out 2

Inside Out 2
Inside Out 2

Film Details

Year

2024

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age

Language

English

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Synopsis

When Riley was young, her mind was already a complicated place, full of emotions such as Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust. Now that she is growing up quickly into a teenager, these core emotions get a sudden rude awakening when their headquarters are suddenly demolished and rebuilt to make room for a whole host of new emotions including Anxiety, Ennui, Embarrassment and Envy. With Riley about to enter a new high school, this new situation could suddenly get very, very complicated. Pixar’s sequel to their beloved film Inside Out naturally progresses the story and characters to reflect the pains and delights of maturing into a young person whilst also providing a heaping of slapstick laughs along the way.

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U Classification

very mild threat, language, upsetting scenes, violence, rude humour

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