Why Inside Out is the Perfect Father’s Day Movie

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Alright, hopefully you’ve all seen Jurassic World by this point, because obviously, that’s the movie to take your dads to with there being dinosaurs and explosions and all that fun stuff. And the hype is true – it really is almost as good as the original!

But if you’re looking for something else now that that’s over, you might want to consider taking him to a very different kind of movie – a family movie.

This is not your typical “kids” or family movie – Inside Out redefines the family genre in every way. It also does for storytelling what Toy Story did for the animation movie industry. This is a movie with a lot of brains – and heart. If your dad is cool like me, then he will be anxious to see Pixar’s latest installment anyway.

So why is Inside Out a good Father’s Day movie? Why would I suggest a movie that primarily focuses on the inner workings of an adolescent girl?

tumblr_nl2dpdR8eW1un8fiuo1_400Because this movie will give your dad an idea about what’s going on inside his kids’ heads, and it will most assuredly remind him of when he himself was a kid, filled with innocence and wonder and goofiness.

And yes, this movie is ridiculously sad, but never once does it get sappy. No, you won’t find any Full House corniness here. All the emotions are as honest and real as they can be.

This movie is a gift to every person on the planet, especially to fathers and their children. And I can almost guarantee that by the end of the movie, your dad will give you a big, weepy hug.

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Published by Andrew Toy

Writer when I'm not being a husband or dad. So mostly just a husband and dad.

13 thoughts on “Why Inside Out is the Perfect Father’s Day Movie

  1. I’ve been interested in seeing Pixar’s take on that thoughts everyone has. They tend not to pull their punches so I’m pretty excited. Thanks for the post.

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  2. I so agree! While I was shedding tears inside the theater, I realised how the movie perfectly described the relationship between a parent and a child. It is so amazingly done.

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