Certainly we talk about Up, but we go further and discuss why this and Cars may be the weakest links in the Pixar chain of weird perfection. Teague, Brian, Dorkman, Trey
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You asked for it, you got it. A nice juxtaposition with last week’s Transformers, District 9 is evidence that good sci-fi action is not dead. Teague, Brian, Dorkman, Trey
The movie Brave is Pixar’s first feature with a female protagonist â a medieval Scottish princess named Merida (voiced by Kelly MacDonald) who asserts her independence and wreaks havoc. Critic David Edelstein says the film is "pure Pixar in its mischievousness and irreverence."
What better way to kick off the holiday season than with Bruce Willis’s star-making turn as an everycop? Dan introduces Lex to the best Christmas movie ever, 1988′s Die Hard.
Hot topics include Alan Rickman’s death scene, expletives in movies, and the many lives of Alexander Godunov.
As with every episode of Not Playing, there are two versions of the podcast:
The Bite-Sized Version: We discuss what we know about the film before we watch, and then share our reactions immediately after the credits roll.
The Commentary Track: We still discuss what we know about the film before we start watching it. Then, we provide a real-time commentary track on the film as it unfolds—and you can tag along. We’ll tell you when to press Play.