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The 10 MOVIES You Need to See Before You Grow Up

1 Inside Out

Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Disgust: We all contain multitudes. But emotions take on sensational new life in Inside Out, Pixar’s tender, surreal reckoning of childhood and the wild inner rumpus—voiced by Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, and Bill Hader, among others—that comes with it. With sweet soulfulness and dazzling ingenuity, the movie sings the brain and body electric (and saves a little ditty for an imaginary best friend named Bing Bong, too). (Disney+) —LEAH GREENBLATT

2 Toy Story 2

Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) leads a toy team to rescue Woody (Tom Hanks) from a collector. But the greatest Story is really all about Jessie (Joan Cusack), the cheerful cowgirl with a sorrowful backstory that’s soundtracked by Sarah McLachlan. (Disney+) —DARREN FRANICH

3 E.T. The Extra Terrestrial

He looked like an unshelled turtle and spoke in remedial Yoda. Somehow, though, Steven Spielberg’s far-from-home extraterrestrial still holds uncountable fans in his spindly hands: a squat little mystery with a heart as big as the Milky Way. (Peacock) —LG

4 The Wizard of Oz

No childhood is complete until you’ve witnessed the Technicolor glories of the yellow brick road and the ruby slippers or been terrified by the Wicked Witch and her flying monkeys. There’s no place like home, and there’s no movie quite as wonderful. () —MAUREEN LEE LENKER

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