Most of the problems in the movie were caused by this dumb cunt.
Technically at worst she shared equal blame with Joy.
Yeah, Sadness in the movie was sort of a cyclical purpose. Being sad allowed others to empathize with the fact you're sad and help you not be sad.
Indeed. If no one was sad about them then problems wouldn't be problems. Unfortunately nothing can be done about the law of emodynamics.
Most of the problems were caused by Joy trying to run the whole show. Sadness was the one that, by instinct, was drawn to the core memories because Riley herself felt sad because of moving away but was forced to smile smile smile all the time.
The problem with this cartoon is that it depicts involuntary reactions as sentient characters with own agency, making Sadness a malevolent character hell-bent on ruining everything rather then something to deal with.
>taking the movie literally
it is called a metaphor, they can be useful to understand esoteric concepts
>sadness is "something to deal with"
though apparently this metaphor wasn't good enough because you missed the point
Emotions aren't just things we "deal with", they're part of who we are, and help us navigate life. Stuff like sadness might seem fruitless, but it also allows us to empathize with others and see things from their perspective, which builds a foundation for actually meaningful relationships. You have to accept that, yeah, sometimes you are going to be sad, and that might suck, but being sad isn't the end of the world and it can sometimes be an opportunity for you to become closer to the people who are important to you.
>it is called a metaphor, they can be useful to understand esoteric concepts
But they also warp and distort nature of those concepts and thus are misleading and often absurd. Particularly when you give agency to things that do not have it.
Enough bickering about whose fault it is.
Let us just be happy to post these pictures.
it also helps to realize that faking positivity causes problems for yourself later on.
if your parents never saw you crack, they'd just keep adding stress upon stress upon you expecting you to just smile along.
Being devoid of emotion I would want nothing. I would feel no pain, no sadness or boredom, no compassion, pity or need for approval. Devoid of desire and need. That would be great.
you lose all part of being human. there's no such thing as eternal bliss. all happiness is fleeting.
unless you also don't want to be happy. which at that point, you should probably kill yourself, because the dead literally don't feel anything.
>I want to see gamma rays, and I want to hear X-rays and I want to smell dark matter.
this fucking character is the most useless in DI 3.0
It is a waste of money
his special power stinks
and when she speaks, makes you want to break his mouth and the Toy
>"See Sadness? I'm not the only one who thinks you are a screw-up."
All of the problems in the movie were caused by this hothead.
No, he just compounded it by putting the idea into Riley's head that running away back to Minnesota would solve her unhappiness.
> just watched the movie a few days ago
> incredible visual reperesentation of the human mind and a beautiful message
> "oh neat! An Inside Out thread!"
> see people missing the point, think they are doing it on purpose just to have fun
> they really don't get the message
> they hate Sadness because FEELING SAD IS THE BAD :(((
And then you have fags like me who enjoyed the movie but ran out of stuff to talk about ages ago and just waifufag now,
Bot a waifufag myself, but I hate it when the quirky/popular/upbeat character picks on the awkward/shy character. I'm just glad that served a purpose in the end, but looks like people didn't got shit from it.
In a Calvin & Hobbes thread people really thought that the dad was just bulshiting Calvin in this comic.
This leads to these possible outcomes:
People are that dumb
Education system failed
/co/ is full of underages/school drop outs so they never learned this to begin with
All of the above
/co/ makes much more sense when you take that in consideration.
Feeling sad IS bad. But it's uncontrollable reaction. I wish I never felt sad, but I have no choice.
Giving sadness an antropomorphic person make it look like a villain. Basically giving agenda to non-sentient force is going to get confusing results.
The OP is bait to make a new thread.
I hate it when everyone goes after Disgust and has a bigger spotlight than Joy even though being useless when Riley needed help. Her concept version was hotter anyway.
Joy a best
In the movie, Sadness is more than just feeling bad and being depressed. Sadness was all about introspection, regret and hope for better things. I think she was kept as just Sadness on purpose to, as you put it, antagonize her in the eyes of the viewers. But really, you think she's a huge deal just because Joy made her feels like she was a huge, evil deal, when she was all part of the group to begin with.
Your friend is feeling terrible, his house was burned down, his family was trapped and burned to death.
But you have no sadness, so the best action is to cheer him up making him look at the bright side
>hey bro, look on the bright side, now we can use the money you were saving for your kids uni to have fun and you can get an even better house with the insurance money!
Them he doesn't learn to not harm others. You don't harm others because either they would punch back or because it would make you feel bad (sad). So you end with a sociopath who have no problems in destroying other peoples lives to his own gain as long as he can get away from the consequences. Just go to the archives, it have been discussed in every fucking thread.
Did you even watched the movie?