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Inside Out (2015): A Magical, Imaginative Way to Explain Heady Themes

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016. As a film critic, he offers no nonsense reviews that are meant to educate as well as entertain. He fell in love with film after first seeing Forrest Gump and has been hooked ever since.

6 Responses

  1. This is an excellent review! I love what you said about animated films being disarming. It is so true. Thanks for following my blog!

  2. mitchteemley says:

    Couldn’t agree more. Who knew a “light” movie could be so heavy–and just plain moving?

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