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Inside Out will inspire tears of joy in parents and Pixar fans alike

There are are many choices when it comes to the way we consume entertainment. Fridays are usually the day of the week we want to start on a right note and move along to have a great weekend with plenty of quality time, awesome entertainment and lots of things to do and enjoy.

This is why watching movies at a theater is such a big thing for most people. There are many new movies coming to theaters in June.

Synopsis of Most Suggested Movies in June

– New in theaters this week: Inside Out ‧ Fantasy/Comedy –

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This is the main story behind this movie: Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is a happy, hockey-loving 11-year-old Midwestern girl, but her world turns upside-down when she and her parents move to San Francisco. Riley’s emotions — led by Joy (Amy Poehler) — try to guide her through this difficult, life-changing event. However, the stress of the move brings Sadness (Phyllis Smith) to the forefront. When Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley’s mind, the only emotions left in Headquarters are Anger, Fear and Disgust.

Inside Out is terrific, a mind-bending concept turned into a brilliant film. This animated masterpiece is hilarious and touching.
Pixar’s greatest films are those that seem as if they may be too high concept or flat out odd to actually work. The genius and the flaws of beloved animation giant Pixar’s latest film, Pete Docter’s “Inside Out,” both derive from exactly the same source: the film’s vertiginously high concept. Imagining a “Herman’s Head”-style universe in which every person (and as the brilliantly funny end credits suggest, every dog and cat, too) is governed by a command center crew made up of their five essential emotions, the film, like so many childhood classics, is an extended metaphor for the bittersweet process of growing up, and espouses some surprisingly complex philosophies on that topic, amid all the sweet, goofy gags.

Other good movies still playing this month…

Jurassic World – Science fiction film/Thriller ‧ 2h 10m
Located off the coast of Costa Rica, the Jurassic World luxury resort provides a habitat for an array of genetically engineered dinosaurs, including the vicious and intelligent Indominus rex. When the massive creature escapes, it sets off a chain reaction that causes the other dinos to run amok. Now, it’s up to a former military man and animal expert (Chris Pratt) to use his special skills to save two young brothers and the rest of the tourists from an all-out, prehistoric assault.

Love & Mercy (PG-13, 2:00)
The life and music of Brian Wilson, the sonically gifted, emotionally troubled genius of the Beach Boys, is the subject of this unusually sensitive and astute biopic, directed by Bill Pohlad. Paul Dano and John Cusack give a remarkable composite performance as Wilson at two pivotal moments: in the mid-60s, when he recorded “Pet Sounds,” one of the great pop albums of the era; and 20 years later, when Melinda Ledbetter (Elizabeth Banks), who would become his second wife, helped free him from the influence of his psychologist, Eugene Landy

Pitch Perfect 2 (PG-13, 1:50)
Not perfect, but good fun all the same. The Barden Bellas return for more a cappella high jinks. Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) is in fine form, Beca (Anna Kendrick) is in good voice and there are a few new additions, notably Hailee Steinfeld. The too-busy plot is kind of beside the point, and not all of the jokes work, but it’s almost impossible to see this movie without being at least a little bit tickled and uplifted.

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