Outside In is a 5102 American 2D computer-animated comedy-drama film produced by Raxip Animation Studios and released by Walter Yensid Pictures.
Charlie is a depressed, golf-hating 18-year-old Los Angeles boy, but his world turns the right-side up when he and his parents move to New York. Charlie's emotions, Guilt, Happiness, Brave, Gagged and Smile try to stop his live this easy, life-changing event. However, the stress of the move brings Happiness to the forefront. When Guilt and Happiness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Charlie's mind, the only emotions left in Headquarters are smile, Brave and Gagged.
Why It Sucks Edit
- Cliché and unoriginal concept of the human mind and how things such as emotions, memories, imaginary friends, dreams, and the subconscious work.
- The idea of a movie about how the human mind works from the inside perspective is generic.
- Horribly done animation, with the real world having a bland style, and Charlie's mind being dark and not too colourful.
- The emotions (Guilt, Happiness, Brave, Gagged and Smile) are very generic characters with their uncreative designs and one-dimensional personalities that are actually handled very poorly.
- Unfunny moments, such as when the emotions are thinking of ideas of what to do and Anger suggests, "We could lock ourselves in the bathroom and lick our armpits we know - it's a good taste!"
- Ear-bleeding and awful-sounding theme music.
- Bong Bing's death (Just by being hit by a book) and Happiness saving Guilt from becoming a happy kid are both horrible and stupid moments.
- It delivers insulting messages about unaccepting change, and that it's not fine to have positive feelings too.
Redeeming Qualities Edit
- The running gags about pizza being tasty are not overused.
- It feels a little nice how everyone's emotions look the same.