[VIDEO] INSIDE OUT Movie Review, Printables and $25 Gift Card Giveaway

Inside Out Giveaway

Thanks to the preview of the INSIDE OUT Movie we saw at Walt Disney World for the Disney Social Media Moms Conference, A.J. and I created this short movie review. In true 5-year-old style, he compares INSIDE OUT to another popular Disney-Pixar Movie: UP. I’m sure you’ll see the parallels too. Enjoy our review, share it, download the printables and activity sheets featuring the emotions in the film, plus I’m giving away a $25 Movie Gift Card for you to enjoy the film. The giveaway ends July 1, 2015 and I promise to put the card is the mail as soon as it’s over!



Comment below: If you’ve already seen INSIDE OUT & UP, did you notice the comparisons A.J.’s made between characters? Did out INSIDE OUT Movie Review peak your interest in seeing the film?

Oh and before the featured film, get your emotions ready for LAVA, the eight minute short that will move you to tears. Seriously. I was CRYING my face off from the music and longing this short movie made come to life with two loving volcanoes. But back to INSIDE OUT…

Joy (Amy Poehler), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) will surely keep you entertained in the film. You can enjoy them now thanks to the printables and coloring pages you can download below. Print and color them to your heart’s desire!

Inside Out Printables


Coloring Pages

Crazy Maze Printable

Inside Out Printable  Connect Dots Printable

Inside Out Hexagon Printable

Emotion Languages

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Inside Out Giveaway

To help you enjoy the INSIDE OUT movie this summer, I’m giving away a $25 Movie Gift Card to use at a theater. Follow all the entries below by July 1, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Good luck!

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About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. AJ’s review was great, he sound right about the Up characters to me. This movie seems like a great way to get a conversation about emotions started!

  2. We have to stay in tune with our kids, they are learning how to handle these emotions, I can’t wait to see this movie and see what we learn as a family.

  3. Lindsey @ Redhead Baby Mama

    Knowing how Red operates makes it easier for me to communicate with him. Fortunately, he has a strong “honesty island” which is important to us!

  4. It’s important for me to know what is going on inside my boys’ heads, especially my oldest, who has limited verbal communication. Knowing how he thinks helps me to anticipate his needs and understand when he gets upset.

  5. To be able to better teach your child(ren) and avoiding unnecessary pitfalls.

  6. It’s so important to know what is going on in the mind of our kids while they are kids so we all survive puberty. Ack. I am terrified of that time period.

  7. So important to know what your kids are thinking! Hope they turn to me first, before someone at school etc!

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  9. Perhaps because sometimes kids worry about things that they don’t need to worry about. If the parent knows and can explain, the issue becomes a non issue.