Inside Out: Movie Review

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Now moving towards something (emotional management)  related to our psyche...don't worry I am not giving review of any psycho-thriller rather about emotions...yes a movie on relationships, emotions, how we manage our's the plot  Read Also...Exorcism of Emily Rose: Movie Review

The PlotRiley (a teenager) moves  (emotional management) to San Francisco, leaving behind her life in Minnesota. She and her five core emotions, Fear, Anger, Joy, Disgust and Sadness, struggle to cope with her new life.  Read Also...KANTARA: Mystical Forests - Movie Review
human basic emotions
Director, Pete Doctor, uses his magic (emotional management) of psychology aka we humans have basically five emotions : joy, sadness, fear, anger and disgust

1. Happiness: Of all the different (emotional management) types of emotions, happiness tends to be the one that people strive for the most. Happiness is often defined as a pleasant emotional state that is characterized by feelings of contentment, joy, gratification, satisfaction, and well-being. 
Facial expressions: such as smiling
Body language: such as a relaxed stance
Tone of voice: an upbeat, pleasant way of speaking
2. Sadness: is another type of emotion  (emotional management) often defined as a transient emotional state characterized by feelings of disappointment, grief, hopelessness, disinterest, and dampened mood.
Like other emotions, sadness is something that all people experience from time to time. In some cases, people can experience prolonged and severe periods of sadness that can turn into depression. Sadness can be expressed in a number of ways including:
Dampened mood
Withdrawal from others
3. Fear: Fear is a powerful emotion  (emotional management) that can also play an important role in survival. When you face some sort of danger and experience fear, you go through what is known as the fight or flight response. Your muscles become tense, your heart rate and respiration increase, and your mind becomes more alert, priming your body to either run from the danger or stand and fight. This response helps ensure that you are prepared to effectively deal with threats in your environment. Expressions of this type of emotion can include:
Facial expressions: such as widening the eyes and pulling back the chin
Body language: attempts to hide or flea from the threat
Physiological reactions: such as rapid breathing and heartbeat
6. Disgust: disgust is another of the original six basic emotions  (emotional management)  described by Eckman. Disgust can be displayed in a number of ways including:
Body language: turning away from the object of disgust
Physical reactions: such as vomiting or retching
Facial expressions: such as wrinkling the nose and curling the upper lip
This sense of revulsion can originate from a number of things, including an unpleasant taste, sight, or smell. Researchers believe that this emotion evolved as a reaction to foods that might be harmful or fatal. When people smell or taste foods that have gone bad, for example, disgust is a typical reaction. Poor hygiene, infection, blood, rot, and death can also trigger a disgust response. This may be the body's way of avoiding things that may carry transmittable diseases. Anger can be a particularly powerful emotion characterized by feelings of hostility, agitation, frustration, and antagonism towards others. Like fear, anger can play a part in your body's fight or flight response. When a threat generates feelings of anger, you may be inclined to fend off the danger and protect yourself. Anger is often displayed through:
Facial expressions: such as frowning or glaring
Body language: such as taking a strong stance or turning away
Tone of voice: such as speaking gruffly or yelling
Physiological responses: such as sweating or turning red
Aggressive behaviors: such as hitting, kicking, or throwing objects
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pschology well explained?It is very interesting to see the writers and animators  (emotional management) have made a perfect attempt to show how every emotion works its own and how every emotion has its own importance, and how joy- combined with sadness helps riley deal with difficult emotions, how fear combined with sadness combined with joy helps her deal her night-mares. and then when a teenager comes across an opposite sex, how the changes occur in riley, that boy. and when a couple talks, how the wife expects as an answer and how she gets misunderstood and understod by a husband's psyche is well explained.  a must watch movie.