Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Inside Out 2

A Reel Leadership Article

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Disney and Pixar bring us back to the world of Riley (Kensington Tallman), a young girl with a whole world of emotions. If you remember the first Inside Out movie, you will remember her journey of coming to terms with her conflicting emotions.

In Inside Out 2, Riley’s original emotions return. We’re treated to the likes of:

  • Joy (Amy Poehler)
  • Anger (Lewis Black)
  • Sadness (Phyllis Smith)
  • Fear (Tony Hale)
  • Disgust (Liza Lapira)

Joy (a blue-haired woman) and Anxiety (a creature with a worried expression) with colored balls behind them. Scene from Inside Out 2.

These emotions are pushed out as 13-year-old Riley hits puberty. New emotions arrive and begin to create havoc in her life. These new emotions are:

  • Anxiety (Maya Hawke)
  • Envy (Ayo Edebiri)
  • Embarrassment (Paul Walter Hauser)
  • Ennui (Adèle Exarchopoulos)

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Toy Story 4

A Reel Leadership Article

Toy Story has been a favorite movie of mine for as long as I can remember. Watching the story of toys come to life reminds me of childhood and how I used to play with toys. I’m sure I imagine I used to think my toys could come to life when I wasn’t around. I mean, what kid didn’t?

Toys from Toy Story 4. Includes Buzz, Woody, Bo Peep, Gabby Gabby, and others

This is part of the charm of the Toy Story movies. The story is relatable to every child and child-at-heart. But that’s not the only thing that makes Toy Story great.

The Toy Story cast is amazing. The cast of Toy Story 4 includes the returning voice actors:

Michigan native Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear

Tom Hanks as the cowboy Woody

Annie Potts as Bo Peep

Joan Cusack as Jessie

Wallace Shawn as Rex

John Ratzenberger as Hamm

Blake Clark as Slinky Dog