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Disney Rewind Episode 6: Onward

Disney Rewind Episode 6: Onward

June 10, 2020

Episode 6: Onward in which we debut another zany segment, talk about re-watchability, human connection, the dead horse from The Never Ending story, and a deleted scene. 

Ratings: Ash 7.5, Max 9, Ben 8, Mom 8, Dad 7. Avg: 7.9/10 

Sources: 

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Falcone, Dana Rose (May 29, 2019). "See Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Tom Holland as Elves in Disney-Pixar's Onward: First Look!". People. Archived from the original on May 29, 2019.

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"New 'The Simpsons' Short Film To Play In Theaters In Front of Pixar's 'Onward'". February 28, 2020. Archived from the original on February 28, 2020.

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Disney Rewind Episode 5: The Black Cauldron

Disney Rewind Episode 5: The Black Cauldron

June 6, 2020

Episode 5: Black Cauldron in which we discuss the heroes journey, when audiences are going to be ready for this movie, our first movies,  when a children's show can get dark and the time that Max and I tried to actually kill each other. 

Ratings: Ash 3, Max 3.5, Ben 4, Mom .5, Dad 1. Avg: 2.4/10 

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Disney Rewind Episode 4: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Disney Rewind Episode 4: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

June 1, 2020

Episode 4 of Disney rewind in which the gang talks about cancel culture, the life and times of Bob Hoskins (Okay, it's just gushing about the Mario Bros movie), Whether kids shows are growing too soft, and how easy it is for Max to be entertained 

 

Ratings: Ash 7, Max 2, Ben 8, Mom 6, Steve 9.7. Avg: 6.5/10 

 

Sources: 

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