Thursday, October 29, 2015

Day 2205 - Inside Out Review and Give-away #DFFInsideOut

Ever wondered what the voices in your head might look like?




You can meet the voices inside your head when Disney releases the movie "Inside Out" on Blu-Ray and DVD on 11 November 2015.  (Already available on Digital HD.)

As luck would have it, you could win one.  Right here. Right now.

Yep. Disney has partnered with Deep Fried Fruit for another fabulous Deep Fried Disney give-away!

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But first, let me tell you about the movie.

Disney Pixar are taking us on a brand new adventure - inside the mind - where we'll meet five new characters Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust.

Based in Headquarters, the control centre of 11-year-old Riley's mind, the five emotions are hard at work.

Riley is a happy kid whose world gets turned upside-down when her parents move from their Midwestern town to San Francisco.

Riley's emotions try to guide her through this tricky life-changing event.

Led by Joy (whose mission is to make sure Riley stays happy) the team do what they can to look after Riley's safety and mental well being.

Fear heads up the safety side of things, Anger ensures all is fair in her world and Disgust prevents Riley from getting poisoned (both physically and socially).  Sadness isn't exactly sure what her role is, and frankly, neither does anyone else.

The stress of the move brings Sadness to the forefront.  But when Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley's mind, the only emotions left in Headquarters are Anger, Fear and Disgust.

Loaded with Disney Pixar's signature charm, Inside Out features a mind full of memorable characters which kids could well tap into in real life.

The movie is directed by Pete Docter (Toy Story, Up, Monsters Inc) and is full of great comedic actors such as Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Lewis Black and Phyllis Smith.

It seems like this movie may just be my kinda flick.  As a success consultant and life coachy kind of gal, I am very much into the power of self talk.

I'm also into helping kids work through their emotions and self doubt (which of course is why I write the Cheer Chick Charlie books) so I am excited to see another source of entertainment providing very important life tools and emotional wisdom.

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You could win a copy of the latest mind altering Disney release to share with your family as soon as it's released on 11 November.

We've got FIVE COPIES to give away.



All you've got to do is tell me, what's your self talk been telling you today?

You can enter via blog comment, Deep Fried Facebook, Deep Fried Twitter (#DFFInsideOut), Instagram (#DFFInsideOut), email or text.

Remember to leave me enough details so I can track you down if you win!

The competition is open to Australian residents only and will close at midnight on Friday 6 November 2015.


37 comments :

  1. I've heard great things about this movie!

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    1. Me too. I can't wait to see it (instead of just read about it)

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  2. I think we somehow missed this one too...

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  3. I love anything by Pixar and I was so upset I missed this when I missed this at the movies. The outlaws are flying in from the mother country and my self talk is telling me that everything is going to be alright!

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    1. Yes, you often need that self talk when the outlaws are involved

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  4. I haven't actually seen this yet! My self-talk has been telling me to take a rest and step away from the computer for a little bit- so I'm taking a week off from the blog :)

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  5. I adore Inside Out. The kids have seen it, and enjoyed it, although I think the major messages went over little man's head. Even little girl (5.5) didn't get it all, but I'm actually glad - she shouldn't be able to understand that we all need Sadness sometimes just yet! I imagine that every time we re-watch it, she'll have more questions.

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  6. I was dying to take my son to see this at the movies (mainly because I liked the sound of it for myself!), but he saw an ad for it and decided he was scared by one of the characters. Damn kids and their childhood fears!

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    1. Disney can do that! My daughter cried all the way through Nemo all those years ago. She was just so frightened because he'd lost his dad ...

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  7. Oddly, as a mama of six, I have only heard whisperings about this movie.
    My inside talk is usually along the lines of "Is there any chocolate in the house?"
    or "Where might the chocolate be?"

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    1. I think there are a lot of people whose self talk is dictated by chocolate

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  8. I LOVED this movie and saw it with a friend and her (then) 3yr old. I'm not sure how much he 'got' but I thought it had wonderful messages.

    I could very much relate to sadness but love the way she was portrayed in the movie!

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    1. I am keen to see how they portray Sadness actually.

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  9. We thought this movie was amazing. A great opportunity thank you.

    My self-talk has been trying to get me to be more adventurous. The trouble is I like my safe, predictable rut.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  10. Answered on FB! fionacostantino@yahoo.com :)

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  11. TGIF! Not long 'til the weekend! Yay, can't wait! (pretty simple thoughts in my head today!)

    djchilds at Hotmail dot com

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    1. Ah yes. That Friday self talk is very different to the Monday version!

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  12. I started a 5 day reboot= juicing health kick and the voices are telling me I can do it , beat the cravings and move the dial (on the scales). Lucky I'm deaf so I don't hear the negative ones telling me what would it hurt for a glass of fermented juice of the vine.

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    1. Haha. Deaf ... I am back to health and fitness too. Just whizzed up a mango/banana/apple juice in the Nutri Ninja. Good luck with your reboot!

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  13. My self talk is telling me to chill out and worry about things I can control only. Today, my self talk sounds like a very smart young lady.

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  14. This sounds like a great movie. My self talk is telling me to get a move on, stop getting distracted and get stuff done today!

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    1. Stop getting distracted by Deep Fried Fruit and entering comps. That is wise self talk

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  15. Read more books with kids & watch their favourite movies with them over and over again..

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    1. Ahhh. Yep. Gotta love watching the same movies over and over and over ...

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  16. My self-talk is off the radar today! Between a constantly runny nose, almost school pick-up time, and with husband away for a week, my self-talk has included "Try not to scare off the other mums at the school today because you look like Rudolph", "i wonder what hubby is doing now.." and my personal self-talk favourite (NOT!) "What can I make for dinner tonight?"

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  17. After six years of struggles and chaos as a single Mum of three means my daily thoughts are always, 'This will get better!' (I'm still positive yet waiting). :)

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  18. that voice is telling me I can do it! I just saw the movie on the plane, it's quite clever and I enjoyed it.

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