Inside Out should be used to test for sociopathy
I've now watched Inside Out five times in the last two weeks and I have, at some point in the movie, cried on every occasion.
I don't mean to be snag-bragging (sensitive new age guy bragging - keep an eye out for it), but I cannot get over how much emotion the movie generates through its perfect story.
It's so effective that I think it should be used as a tool by psychologists to test people for signs of sociopathy. If you (a) don't respond emotionally to Inside Out; or (b) don't well up with tears at some point during the movie, you are a fucking pyschopath!
I hope I can one day write a screenplay that harmoniously blends the outer journey of the characters with their inner journey in the same way that this fucking masterpiece did.