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Friday, November 6, 2015

NDQ First Movie

salam dearies

since NDQ kitaorg mmg tak pernah tgk wayang, hari tu la sekali tgk fast n furious 7, tinggalkan NDQ kat umah omma dia....

now dia dah besar skit blh la bawk dia g tgk movie..so first movie NDQ mestila cartoon kan... ummi n babah bawak tgk inside out... nasib baik penuh kids kat movie tu and NDQ tak meragam.. dapat la tgk sampai habis.. hehehe


synopsis
Going inside the mind of a young girl, it shows how fears and joys unite, how sadness can pull lives apart. It's a brilliant look at the psyche. But it's also a very fun film.
Working the control center in the girl's mind, a sprite named Joy (yup, she’s just what you think – the cheerleader when good things happen) has to figure out how to keep Anger, Sadness, Fear and Disgust at bay when 11-year-old Riley learns she’s moving from Minnesota to San Francisco.
Alone in a new school, she suddenly feels a rush from everyone but Joy. Inside her brain, we see the mad scramble and the efforts Joy takes to get Sadness back on track and Riley’s world from crumbling.
Directors Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen create a complex control center that suggests memories are like marbles, stored in huge towers for later use. When a memory fades, it falls in a pit and, as Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler) discovers, it’s hard to rescue.
There, deep in Riley’s past, she finds an imaginary friend, Bing Bong (Richard Kind) who helps her find a way out. There are hints of “Wreck-It Ralph” here and there, but “Inside Out” is so original you’ll wonder why other animators haven’t touched on more abstract concepts like this.
A visit to various “lands” in Riley’s mind allows the film’s artists to go wild (even though some look like sections of Disney World) and the action with Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black) and Disgust (Mindy Kaling) back at headquarters is enough to keep the darker moments from becoming truly frightening.
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Best of all, “Inside Out” helps explain why we feel the way we do when things don’t go as planned. The inside/out worlds make sense. The thought of one emotion helping another teaches in ways a simple science lesson never could.
While Poehler is like Atlas, bearing the weight of Riley’s world on her Tinkerbell-like shoulders, she never loses sight of the job and keeps the film on task. That perkiness in her voice actually works, getting Sadness (a very good Phyllis Smith) to understand why bad things happen to good people.
“Inside Out” manages so much in such a short amount of time. It educates, entertains and enlightens. Best of all, it sparks our own inner feelings and comes away with an experience that doesn’t disappear.



masa pegi tengok movie, NDQ pakai baju yang aunty Petrina bg.. gifts from aussie.. dah macam KPOP dah ummi tgkk...












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