45 Emotions Cut from Pixar’s “Inside Out”

45 Emotions Cut from Pixar’s “Inside Out”

We all enjoyed Pixar’s 2015 film Inside Out, as well as the lovable cast of characters that represent the emotions inside us. But the final cut of the film only included the five most basic emotions—Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness—instead of the 50 emotions that the writers originally envisioned, which more fully describe the human condition.

Fortunately, The Quadrangle has obtained a list of the other emotions and feelings that producers cut from the movie. Check it out!

  • Horniness
  • Racism
  • Ecstasy
  • Irrational Paranoia
  • Ennui
  • Apathy
  • Panic
  • Resilience in the face of insurmountable odds
  • Shock
  • Panicked Shock
  • Disillusionment
  • Post-Masturbatorial Shame
  • Woe
  • Gumption
  • Righteousness
  • Post-Coital Shame
  • Rational Anxiety
  • Hunger
  • Zealousness
  • Tender love
  • Post-Divorce Shame
  • Mourning
  • Schadenfreude
  • Cockiness
  • Feeling Real Fucked Up
  • Tweakin’ out
  • Vengefulness for the death of your father
  • Miserliness
  • Pushiness
  • Wanton despair
  • Reckless Abandon
  • Irrational Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Despondency
  • Nostalgia for the days before the war
  • Weak in the Knees
  • Disdain for the Lower Classes
  • Belligerence
  • Inner Peace
  • Pride in the Size, Shape, and Color of One’s Genitals
  • Piety
  • Possession by a dark force
  • Moodiness
  • Sexually Liberatedness
  • Illiteracy