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Are you ready to feel all the feels? Because Lee Unkrich, the Oscar-winning director of Toy Story 3, shared a video montage of all the emotions expressed in Pixar movies.

”Well done Pixar montage,” Unkrich wrote on Twitter. “Past 20 years of my life flashing before my eyes.”

The six-and-a-half-minute video was created by Vimeo user Lindsay McCutcheon in honor of Inside Out, which personifies a young girl’s five core emotions. The beginning highlights sadness and fear, while accompanied to the music of Sia’s “Breathe Me.” But it ends on a high note with the joyful sounds of “You Know You Can’t Go Back” by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Watch the video below.

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If you think the opening title card looks familiar, you might be thinking of this other Pixar tribute, “ROYGBIV.” McCutcheon wrote in the description that she was inspired by it.

Next on the docket for Pixar is this fall’s The Good Dinosaur, out Nov. 25.

Inside Out
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