Brief summary:The movie is about a young girl named Riley, who moves from her old childhood home in Minnesota, to a smaller, more "rundown" home in San Francisco, which leads to a lot of problems with her 5 emotions, Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger. Such as her losing memories that are very dear to her, her memories getting corrupted, and an inability to feel happiness due to Joy and Sadness being sucked out of the "control center". So her 5 emotions must do everything they can to fix all the problems, but that leads to them having a time limit, before a certain idea is complete to regain Riley's happiness. Although along the way, they find a lost imaginary friend who helps them before Riley can accomplish the idea set in motion, because Anger, Fear, and Disgust lose all control of the control center.
Reflection: We watched this movie to maybe teach us about keeping emotions in check.
I personally thought this was a pretty good movie overall.
I felt there wasn't anything wrong with the movie, except Riley being the only character whose emotions are different genders. It also surprised me because it was a lot better than I thought it would be.
This didn't really relate or make me remember anything though.
I also felt there wasn't anything to be discussed about, in the movie, except for the sequel material with Bing-Bong.