Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America and the Guardians of the Galaxy. What do all of these have in common? That’s right! They all appear on at least one pair of my underwear! They are also all characters in movies released by Marvel Studios which is what we are talking about on this episode. In hindsight, I probably should have led with that. Oh well, please excuse me while I go dance around in my Spider-man underoos. Whoot!
Love is hard, complicated and pretty darn confusing. Luckily, we are here to help you out. Take a seat and listen as we outline our nine simple rules for sucessful relationships that we have learned from watching Disney movies. It’s both entertaining and educational. What more could a person want?
Are you tired of Big Hero 6 yet? Neither are we! Come join the usual crew and new addition Roxanne as we discuss the ins and outs of Disney’s latest animated feature.
A raging fire. A brandy snifter. A cocked eyebrow. Expect this and more in Episode 19: Fireside Chat as the Drunk Disney crews gets all up close and person with you. We’re gonna tell you about our experiences with Disney films in our childhoods, our adulthoods and all the hoods inbetween. Intriguing, yes?
Sometimes watching full movies is hard. They are just so… long. Luckily, Pixar has been working hard to help those of us with short attention spans by making the Pixar shorts. Tons and tons of them. So many of them that we have made our longest episode ever in order to talk about them. Ironic (I think…). Plug in your headphones, turn on your car stereo, click on the button above, or do whatever it is that you do to listen to us and listen away.
Disney has made a lot of animated films, but there are five that still stand head and shoulders above the rest – the first five. Just in case your film history is a little rusty they are: Snow White, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and Bambi. Come join us as we talk about princesses, wooden boys, dancing hippos, circus elephants and talking deer while we try to convince ourselves that we are still actually functioning adults.