Dedicated to the overanalysis of films made for children
Why are some movies made for children so good? Why do we love to watch some movies over and over again, and not others? What do the great movies have in common? Why do we shed tears over art? And why are there mattresses in the Cars universe?
Matt Robison talks with other dads about these important questions. Dedicated to great kids movies and the dads who love watching them.
Title: Episode 1 - The Iron Giant
January 25th, 2017
A discussion of The Iron Giant with Steve Akers. Some of the topics covered are the Superman motif and the archetypal makeup of the Justice League, Brad… Go to Episode
January 27th, 2017
Dan Lankford and Matt Robison talk about the 2006 Pixar movie, Cars. Some of the topics we discuss are old-school American cars, NASCAR (the good and… Go to Episode
February 9th, 2017
Cory Byrd and Matt Robison talk about the 2015 movie Inside Out. Some of the topics discussed: imaginary friends, the narcissism of Joy, the malleability… Go to Episode
February 23rd, 2017
Darren Peterson and Matt Robison talk about the 2004 Pixar movie, The Incredibles. Some of the topics discussed: the timelessness of the movie versus… Go to Episode