Directed by: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen
Starring: Amy Poehler, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, Rashida Jones
Genres: Animated, Comedy, Family, Pixar
Corrected entry: When Bing Bong fades away in the memory dump and says his final words, his eyes change from green to pink.
Correction: There were GIFsets at the time that showed grey eyes instead of green due to them being filmed in a theater. His eyes are green in the real film.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The Hills Have Eyes
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Sadness: You could get lost in there!Joy: Think positive!Sadness: Okay, I'm positive you will get lost in there.
Joy and Sadness are stuck outside of the control center. They are trying to figure out how to get back, and encounter maintenance workers who are discarding old memories. The maintenance workers show that they have the power to send memories back up to the control center to be played. Why couldn't they send the core memories that Joy had back up the same way? Better yet, why not use that method to send Joy and Sadness back up to the control center? The director of the film is even aware of the plot hole, and said "Yeah, well then we wouldn't have a third act," before explaining how the idea of recalling memories was added in later, "box[ing] [the screenwriters] in a corner a little bit."
Riley is the only character in the movie with both male and female emotions.