Cole Smithey’s Movie Week: “Inside Out” Review

Inside Out review Cole Smithey's Movie Week for anewdomain

Children’s book authors will be eating their hearts out over Peter Docter’s brilliantly devised story about the emotions that kids feel and how they can control the voices in their heads. Here’s Cole Smithey’s “Inside Out” review, below. Watch Cole Smithey’s “Movie Week.”

Inside Out review anewdomainaNewDomain—  “Inside Out” is a brilliantly devised story about the emotions that kids feel and how they can control the voices in their heads. This Pixar film is a contender for the best childrens’ picture of the decade or more.

I give “Inside Out” an A plus on this, the latest episode of Cole Smithey’s Movie Week. 

And this week, as you’ll see in the short video show below, my Sleeper Pick is “The Wanted 18.”

“Escobar: Paradise Lost” is my Guilty Pleasure Pick. And my must have DVDs this week are “3Films,” “The Onion Field” and “The Wrecking Crew.”

Enjoy your movie week. For aNewDomain and BMod, I am Cole Smithey.

About the author

Cole Smithey

Based in New York, Cole Smithey is the coolest film reviewer in the world. He's also our film reviewer here at aNewDomain and our sister pub, BreakingModern.com.