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Disney Rewind Episode 3: Up

Disney Rewind Episode 3: Up

May 12, 2020

The gang reviews the 2009 film Up! We discuss loss, love, what this film does right, and the depths at which this film goes into in regards to mourning. We also talk about other random movies towards the end, but I'll treat that as something of a post credit scene. 

Ratings: Ash 10, Max 10, Ben 10, Mom 10, Dad 10. Avg: 10/10 (New High Score) 

Sources: 

Docter, Pete, director. Up .

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Catmull, Ed; Wallace, Amy (April 8, 2014). Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration. Random House. pp. 148–50. ISBN 978-0812993011. Our tenth movie, Up. 

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Lighten UP! Show before the screening of UP at the El Capitan

 

 

Tiny Dots Episode 1: Chad Mojito

Tiny Dots Episode 1: Chad Mojito

May 1, 2020

Extraordinary stories, ordinary people, it's Tiny Dots. 

Today we are joined by musician, comedian, content curator, and rat enthusiast, Chad Mojito. In this episode, we discuss what it is like taking care of rats, what a meme culture really is, early days of the internet, and much much more. 

You can find all of his links here: https://about.me/NDM?fbclid=IwAR3XVy4s3C3jz0LUVXGkN-BnAl-GQXwdcz7CJBAcIroIwyp7Fl3mNhsQybE

https://www.patreon.com/Mojito1 (and here) 

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