Inside Out

Inside Out ★★★★★

98

Perhaps the greatest brushstroke in Inside Out is the idea of evoking memory as orbs, for their potency is rounded and seemingly endless. They're continuously in motion and they end as soon as they begin; fragmented bits and pieces colliding with the sheer force of the feeling behind the context of the moment, the smile, the incident, the time of day. It's conceptually audacious in and of itself, but to visualize the permanent loss of memory through fading orbs of gloomy color gently bellowing into nothingness is the sort of stuff dreams are made of. It's why I go to the movies - they paint newer, more inventive pictures for me.

Block or Report

SilentDawn liked these reviews

All