In our longest episode ever, Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons dive deep into the mind to break down 2015’s “Inside Out.”
They go inside a Pixar Braintrust meeting and debate whether the creative summit was successful, reveal some of the other emotions that were considered as characters, debate the scientific accuracy of the world of “Inside Out,” and examine Riley’s strange family dynamics. They also talk about why the movie actually works, islands collapsing, how to embrace sadness, and what it means to be vulnerable and make human connections. Things get real, you guys.
Stay tuned for a very special breakdown of the new “Toy Story 4” trailer at the end of the episode.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons pack up their things and go back to school for Pixar’s 14th film, “Monsters University.”
They discuss the hilarious on-the-ground research Pixar did for the 2013 flick, what must have happened to Monsters University after “Monsters, Inc.”, how monsters reproduce, the movie’s awkward callbacks to the original, and Taylor embarrasses himself by bringing up “The Princess and The Bride.”
Stay tuned for a shocking twist in the Natural Selection rankings.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons muster up everything they have to visit an alternate universe and the year 2012 for Pixar’s 13th film, “Brave.”
They do some unimpeachable accent work, reveal the movie’s original title, discuss the enigmatic replacement director for the film, debate “Wreck-It Ralph” vs. “Brave,” gape at the nudity in “Brave,” enjoy watching people learn to count, and much more. Stay tuned for the latest update to the Natural Selection rankings and hear about Ty liking things on Twitter.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons hit the ol’ highway again and drive on back to 2011 to talk about “Cars 2.”
They discuss everything from Michelangelo to Leonardo Da Vinci to Martin Luther to Puss in Boots to State Farm to murder to assholes to wasabi to much, much more. Stay tuned ’til the end to see if it can beat “Cars” in the Natural Selection rankings!