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Or is the movie too pro-dog for either of their tastes? They’ve got their magic carpet ready, they’ve brought their swim suits, and now it’s time to travel from Paraguay through Brazil right back to Mexico with their friends and yours, The Three Caballeros. In fact, they’re discussing Eight Below , the inspired-by-a-true-story tale of eight dogs in the Antarctic struggling to survive on their own for a few months. Josh and Scott are joined by longtime friend or frenemy? Your hosts delve into the animation, the songs, and yes, of course, the racial and ethnic stereotypes that are impossible to avoid, and even a little discussion of The Aristocats , so check out the new show! The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes. That’s right, we’re talking about Doug’s 1st Movie on today’s podcast, and your hosts are joined by friend of the show Brad Oman AKA Ethan Anderton from Slashfilm to discuss this adaptation of the show from Nickelodeon and ABC, and why this one feels too much like the later version than would be preferable.

It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and this week, Scott and Josh are going on a ride through Latin America. It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and we’re once again going to the dogs this week. And speaking of racial stereotypes, keep an ear out for some time-specific references to the Golden Globes and how excited your hosts are when a certain film about old-fashioned race relations wins big! Josh and Scott are headed back to the era of wacky Disney live-action comedies for this episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, as they talk about the first of three Dexter Reilly movies, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes. Is this movie truly forgettable? Josh wasn’t too hot on the film back in Episode 36, but has his perspective changed? Scott and Josh are headed into the Wayback Machine for another Revisited episode as they discuss the widescreen animated film Lady and the Tramp. That’s going to come in handy, because we’re talking about a very unique take on one of the most memorable English-language myths of the last handful of centuries:

Posted by Josh at 1: Josh wasn’t too hot on the film back in Episode 36, but has his perspective changed? Sit back and relax, because this one’s a wild ride! Josh and Scott are headed back to the era of wacky Disney live-action comedies for this episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, as they talk about the first of three Dexter Reilly movies, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

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Of course, it’s cold out there every day! Saturday, January 12, Episode Your hosts are joined by longtime friend of the show, and Seven-Timers’ Club inductee, Monica Castillo to talk about all things Caballeros, from their presence in the Disney theme parks, their hidden new TV show, the surprising diversity on screen in a period where Disney animation wasn’t known for its diverse characters, the animation quality, and much, much more.

That’s right, we’re talking about Doug’s 1st Movie on today’s podcast, and your hosts are joined by friend of the show Brad Oman AKA Ethan Anderton from Slashfilm to discuss this adaptation of the show from Nickelodeon and ABC, and why this one feels too much like the later version than would be preferable. Saturday, February 16, Episode In fact, they’re discussing Eight Belowthe inspired-by-a-true-story tale of eight dogs in the Antarctic struggling to survive on their own for a few months.

Saturday, February 9, Episode OK, campers, rise and shine! It’s time to go back to school — Medfield Twittr, that is. Is this movie truly forgettable?

Saturday, January 19, Episode It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and this is an episode all about firsts. Are there any awkward depictions of racial stereotypes? However, Josh and Scott are talking about a movie full of cold weather in this new episode of Mousterpiece Mouserpiece.

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And speaking of racial stereotypes, keep an ear out for some time-specific references to the Golden Globes and how excited your hosts are when a certain film about old-fashioned race relations wins big! That’s going to come in handy, because we’re talking about a very unique take on one of the most memorable English-language myths of the last handful of centuries: And don’t forget your booties because it’s cold out there today.

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Are they good dogs, Brent? Your hosts delve into the animation, the songs, and yes, of course, the racial and ethnic stereotypes that are impossible to avoid, and even a little discussion of The Aristocatsso check out the new show! Find out on the new show! Check out the new show now! It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and the first podcast that we recorded in ! But just because this episode is releasing on Groundhog Day doesn’t mean we’re talking about that movie today.

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Or is this movie a real howler? It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and for this show, we’ve drawn swords and are prepared to do battle on any field, be it grassy or icy.

Josh and Scott are joined by longtime friend or frenemy? Scott and Josh are headed into the Wayback Machine for another Revisited episode as they discuss the widescreen animated film Lady and the Tramp. These shorts, which premiered between andspan everything from the days when Mickey Mouse and his sweetheart Minnie played music and danced around in synchronized movement to It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and this week, Scott and Josh are going on a ride through Latin America.

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes. It’s time for a brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, and we’re once again going to the dogs this week. Such as, say, the first time one of the people on the podcast has to be reminded that they’ve seen a film before!

Saturday, February 23, Episode Not the first episode of the year, to be fair. Is Scott a fan of the film? Are the non sequiturs worth the rest of the movie? But let’s not spoil things too much, as Scott and Josh sit down post-Sundance to talk about a very deep film about coming-of-age angst, romance, Big Chemical, lake monsters, and Herman Melville.