Inside Out Movie Quotes 

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Updated November 6, 2017 166 votes 99 voters 31.1k views 8 items

Inside Out movie quotes give a look into the emotions of a young girl as she deals with life in a new city. The 3D animated fantasy-comedy movie was directed by Pete Docter and Ronnie del Carmen, based on a story they created, using a screenplay Docter penned with Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley. After premiering at the 68th Cannes Film Festival, Inside Out opened in theaters on June 19, 2015.

In Inside Out, Riley (voiced by Kaitlyn Dias) and her parents (voiced by Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan) move from the midwest to San Francisco. This puts a strain on their emotions, including Riley's emotions of Joy (voiced by Amy Phehler), Sadness (voiced by Phyllis Smith), Fear (voiced by Bill Hader), Anger (voiced by Lewis Black) and Disgust (voiced by Mindy Kaling).

But things go from bad to worse when in Riley's Headquarters, where her emotions and memories are housed, Joy and Sadness, along with Riley's most important core memories, get lost within her long term memory. This leaves Riley's emotional state in chaos as she is not able to experience joy or sadness, only anger, fear and disgust. But Joy pulls herself together and stays positive as she and Sadness travel the long journey back to the Headquarters to reunite with the others and balance out Riley's emotions.

Inside Out is one of several critically acclaimed films opening in the summer of 2015 along with Jurassic World, Love & Mercy, Entourage and Spy.
The Way Back to Headquarters
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Sadness: Wait, Joy, you could get lost in there.
Joy: Think positive!
Sadness: Okay... I'm positive that you'll get lost in there! That's long term memory, an endless ward of corridors and shelves. I read about it in the manuals.
Joy: The manuals? The manuals! You read the manuals!
Sadness: Yeah
Joy: So you know the way back to the Headquarters!
Sadness: I... I guess.
Joy: You are my map. Let's go! Lead on, my map! Show me where we're going.
Sadness: Okay, only, I'm too sad to walk. Just give me a few hours.
Joy: Which way, left?
Sadness: Right, no, I mean go left. Left is right like correct.
Joy: Okay.
Sadness: This actually feels kind of nice.
Joy: Okay, here we go! We'll be back to Headquarters before morning! This is easy! This is working!

Joy and Sadness get lost in Riley's long term memory, a massive place with corridors and shelves. But when Joy realizes that Sadness may know the way out, she is excited, as always.
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Group Hug!
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Joy: I'm Joy, this is Sadness, that's Anger, this is Disgust.
Disgust: Ugh
Joy: And that's Fear.
Fear: Ahhh! Look out!
Joy: Come on, group hug! You too, Anger.
Anger: Don't touch me.

Joy introduces the other members of Riley's emotions, Fear, Sadness, Anger and Distrust. While she remains the perky, positive one of the group, the others don't especially share her rosy outlook.
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It's Broccoli
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Disgust: It's broccoli!
Anger: Congratulations, San Francisco. You've ruined pizza!

When Riley learns that in her new city of San Francisco, they put her least-favorite food of broccoli on pizza, her Disgust reacts, as does her Anger.
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No Bears in San Francisco
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Fear: What was that? Was it was a bear?
Disgust: There are no bears in San Francisco.
Anger: I saw a really hairy guy, he looked like a bear.

Without Joy and Sadness there to balance out Riley's emotions, every sight and sound results in negative emotions. Despite there not being any bears in San Francisco, that doesn't stop Fear from wondering if there is one close.
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