shadowjonathan
Or, it's just me. Or, Pete docter likes repeating plot structures.
So I came to a conclusion that there are similarities between up and inside out (or from what we know)
Inside out = IO
Up = U

PLOT
1U we see Carl grow up and meets Ellie and Russell.
1IO we see Joy meets sadness and the others.
1BOTH the protagonist meets the other protagonist(s) in the first minutes of the movie.
2U Carl's house (with Russell) gets blown out of course by a storm.
2IO Joy and Sadness gets knocked out of the headquarters.
2BOTH the Protagonists gets off course somehow and have to find a way back.
3U Carl and Russell get to visit south-America and have many experiences
3IO Joy and fear get to see the subconscious, imagination land and dream production.
3BOTH the protagonists get to experience many things on their journey.

I've got many more, but I just want to post this thing quickly.
(I'm sorry if I take any excitement, surprise or possibilities away)

ORIGINAL POST: I'll update this post in a few hours
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Pixar Post - T.J.
Oooh, suspense! Ha! [smile_zpsf797a80b]
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PIX-R.113
I'm on the edge of my seat. [smile]
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shadowjonathan
Also, personally I think bing bong will be the "paradise bird" in inside out and join somewhere in the first quarter of the movie.
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PIX-R.113
Hmmm... Interesting thoughts, I never thought of the stories being similar. [smile]
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Bonnie
Full "Everything I say that pertains to Inside Out is guess work from promotional material and could turn out to be wrong" disclaimer on this post.

shadowjonathan wrote:
Inside out = IO Up = U PLOT 1U we see Carl grow up and meets Ellie and Russell. 1IO we see Joy meets sadness and the others. 1BOTH the protagonist meets the other protagonist(s) in the first minutes of the movie.


Protagonists meeting other protagonists near the beginning of the movie happens a lot (Pixar has it happen in Toy Story, A Bug's Life, kind of Cars, Ratatouille, and WALL-E) What's important is how it's done;

Carl met Ellie when he was young, spent his entire life with her and then lost her, spurring his entire motivation and plot development for the rest of the movie. It isn't until a good sixty years later when he meets Russel, who is some random kid from around town, and he clearly does not like.

Joy grows with the other emotions at around the same time, who really are all meeting each other. They're co-workers of sorts, and they all stick around from the beginning. The fact that she met them will presumably not effect much of her development or the plot, being treated more like just a basic part of every day life.


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2U Carl's house (with Russell) gets blown out of course by a storm. 2IO Joy and Sadness gets knocked out of the headquarters. 2BOTH the Protagonists gets off course somehow and have to find a way back.


Carl's not trying to find his way back to anything; he purposefully went on the trip. And the house really didn't get blown off course much, he still made it where he wanted to go, it was just on the wrong side of it. After a bit of character development, he decides to go back, but it's not a main struggle or anything. 

Joy and Sadness presumably do not want to leave Headquarters, as they have important jobs there. They genuinely do want to get back; that's their main goal. 

Also, this is another fairly common plot point; Toy Story also had protagonists trying to get back to their starting point, as did WALL-E in the latter half. This is also arguably Nemo's motivation.


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3U Carl and Russell get to visit south-America and have many experiences 3IO Joy and fear get to see the subconscious, imagination land and dream production. 3BOTH the protagonists get to experience many things on their journey.


I want to reiterate the "As far as we know" disclaimer here; but I wouldn't compare Paradise Falls to Riley's head. Sure, the place is very pretty and big, but for the most it's fairly...samey, and basic. Their experiences comes mostly from the living beings they meet. Riley's mind, on the other hand, seems a lot more varied, with a lot of places that will probably have a big impact.

Also, presumably, they're going to be going through different development and reacting to everything with different personalities than Carl and Russel had. 

And Finding Nemo also has characters have many experiences on their journey, and arguably the characters in Toy Story 2. So again, fairly basic idea.
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Also, personally I think bing bong will be the "paradise bird" in inside out and join somewhere in the first quarter of the movie.


Well, even if Bing Bong does end up being some guy living in Riley's mind that Joy and Sadness weren't aware existed, there are a few things that will (probably) most definitely set him apart from Kevin;

1. He does not have babies he's trying to take care of.
2. He talks.
3. That body will not be able to move the same way Kevin's does. 
4. No one's hunting him. 

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shadowjonathan
Sorry, this post is just so old! We didn't knew anything back then!
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I think the other thing to consider here too is that Pixar follows the classical storytelling structure (three-act structure) so it doesn't surprise me that the movies follow a similar path. Most movies in general follow this path and could have similar setups. When I was at the Pixar Masterclass in Chicago they talked about following a really scaled back version of this that starts something to the effect of...

After we meet our main character, everything is fine until one day...and then this happens, and then that happens...things seem better and then they get worse again and then the end happens!  <--- Now that's scaled back![smile_zpsf797a80b]

Either way - it's cool to find the comparisons, so good thinking in general.
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shadowjonathan
((this post may or may not contain spoilers, read at own responsibility))

O.o the last days inside out was the only thing i could think of, i just couldn't hold it, but to notice MORE similarities between up and inside out (mostly personality ones and what the role in the movie is):

Also, for the sake of reading this, just assume for a moment this is all true, just, for a moment.

Riley(/emotions(/joy)) = Carl

Riley's redhead friend (meg). = Ellie

Sadness = Russel

Bing bong = Dug

(scene) escape from black pit = scene where carl throws everthing out of his house and goes after russell.
with forgotten memories
underneath headquarters ( and
What happens before that, the
Splat against the window
for example )

train of thought. = spirit of adventure

Core memories. = Carl's house (or at least the effort he is putting into it to carry it around)

If these similarities are true, is history repeating itself?

Any thoughts?
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