C. R. Wiley on the Big Thing That Pixar's Inside Out Left Out
Pixar certainly has a winning formula. The movie studio seems to have found that little spot behind the collective ear that we like to have scratched. Its first 2015 release, Inside Out, follows the same inimitable story-telling recipe it served up to great applause with films such as Up, WALL-E, and Ratatouille. Pixar films are captivating—artfully done—without losing the story in the process. And let's give the studio credit for taking the high road, leaving sexual innuendo and scatological humor to its competitors. . . .
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