The Pixar movie Inside Out is already slated as being one of the best movies of 2015. The movie traverses the mind of a young girl and gives names and faces to psychological aspects of the human mind. The film is Pixar’s first studio film in two years. The movie centers on the emotions disgust, fear, sadness, anger, and joy. In the movie the main character is moved across the country and she must do what she can to learn how to control her emotions and her growing personality. The movie isn’t being revered just for its plot and its list of a-list celebrities voicing the characters. Researchers and experts are saying that the film is so scientifically accurate that it could expand on the understanding of humans and how they interpret their emotions as well as others. It dives into a very unique and true emotional experience. Decher Keltner is a psychology professor at the University of California, Berkeley. According to Zeca Oliveira on terra.com, Keltner is also one of the many experts who consulted with the animation company about the show and got to see an early screening of the film. In Keltner’s research, it suggested that the film was able to grasp the fact that every emotion has its purpose. Writers behind the movie wanted to understand the science behind personality, memory, and emotions before interpreting them on screen. Thanks to his research families who view the film will be able to grasp a greater understanding of emotions. The film isn’t just for children, it is a film that everyone can enjoy.