For this episode Justin and G Clark review two children’s films that have come out in the past few weeks, Finding Dory and The BFG. Then, they attempt to rationalize having picked apart two children’s films for their cinematic value by explaining what precisely they look for in movies marketed primarily for audiences many years their junior.
- 0:00 – 26:38 – REVIEW: Finding Dory
- 26:39 – 56:11 – REVIEW: The BFG
- 56:12 – 1:17:48 – What Grown-Ups Look for in a Children’s Film
- 1:17:49 – 1:20:01 – Contact Information
- We apologize for all of Justin’s sniffling throughout. We promise he’s sick, and isn’t just spending the whole episode thinking about the ending to E.T.
- Justin’s review of the Finding Nemo 3D re-release, in which he outlines how he finally grew to love that movie, can be read here.
- A new, Emmys edition of TV Misery, which will include a discussion of the nominations, our favorite movies of this past TV season, and a review of the Hulu series The Path.
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