Episode 353: Strange World

Disney put out an original animated tale this year with a diverse family who goes on a fantastical adventure in the style of old serials, encountering odd, adorable creatures and fascinating biomes. It is also a heartfelt story about legacies and fatherhood, in addition to the strong points it makes about careful stewardship of natural resources. Sadly, too few have seen it, but since we thoroughly enjoyed our journey to this strange world, we just had to have this conversation all about why.

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Episode 350: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

We promise to tell no lies during this conversation about Guillermo del Toro’s stop-motion dark fantasy animated reimagining of the famous Pinocchio story. With incredible visual design and more mature themes, this transitions from a whimsical children’s tale into a story with much more serious elements, sometimes with mixed results, but is always magical and captivating.

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Episode 299: The Mitchells vs. the Machines

This week we discuss what we feel is 2021’s best animated film, one that pits a self-proclaimed weird family with communication issues against an army of robots controlled by a rogue A.I. It oozes unique visual style, is extra fun for film buffs, and is extremely relatable to multiple generations.

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Episode 289: A Silent Voice

Thanks to a listener Premium Pick request, we have the opportunity to discuss a standout recent animated film that beautifully deals with such heavy topics as bullying and mental health, while telling a lovely story of friendship and reconciliation. (Trigger warning for suicidal thoughts.)

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Episode 288: Kung Fu Panda 3

Finishing up our discussion about the epic animated martial arts trilogy this week, we get to see resolutions aplenty while also exploring additional themes – some of which left a profound mark.

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Episode 287: Kung Fu Panda 2

Continuing on our discussing of an epic martial arts trilogy, we talk more kung fu and more panda. This film gets pretty dark and heavy with its themes, and it gave us a reason to consider whether that was an effective choice or not.

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Episode 286: Kung Fu Panda

We decided, for reasons explained on the episode, to take a look at one of the most underrated animated trilogies of all-time, and so we’re kicking it off this week with the film that gave pandas everywhere hope that they could do more than just lay around, sleep, and eat all day. They too could be a Dragon Warrior. Skadoosh!

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Episode 259: Bolt

Continuing on this week in our cinematic exploration of that special bond between human and canine, we take a look at a rather underrated piece of the Disney movie collection. We also briefly discuss a dog-centered award-winning short film that now has an even more special place in Aaron’s heart.

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Episode 258: Isle of Dogs

Our next film about dogs sums up our feelings on canine companions in its very title. Yes, we do love dogs. We enjoy discussing how Wes Anderson’s signature whimsy shows up in this stellar animated work and also how watching this in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is a little bit extra eerie.

Isle of Dogs Spoiler Review – 0:12:14

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Episode 250: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

We discuss arguably the greatest Batman animated film of all-time, and one where the duality of Bruce Wayne/Batman is fully explored in addition to a uniquely sweet, impactful, and tragic romance for the character.

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Spoiler Review – 07:48

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