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Don’t worry! You don’t have to get it before it goes back inside the vault, because we’re going Inside the Disney Vault. Your hosts Rachel Chapman, Clare Loughran and Oscar Montoya are venturing inside the Disney Vault each week to watch, discuss, criticize, and celebrate every Disney animated movie in chronological order. Come along on this journey as we go back and revisit some classics, forgotten treasures and some movies that should probably remain locked away.
 
A father is joined by his son and daughter-in-law to watch, review, and discuss a different film each week. The films range from classics to fringe titles you may never have seen. The discussion comes from two sides of the generation gap. Plus a weekly look at new Blu-ray and DVD releases as well as what's new in theaters.
 
The New York Times hailed Bobby Rivers as "a master interviewer with a gift for banter" on his VH1 celebrity talk show in the late 1980s. Bobby Rivers has been a prime time talk show host, an ABC News movie critic and entertainment news contributor, a syndicated game show host and a Food Network host. Whoopi Goldberg picked him to be on her Premiere Radio weekday morning show in 2006. He's acted in national TV commercials and played a recurring comedy character for The Onion. A longtime SAG- ...
 
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We're joined by actor and comedian Vic Michaelis (@vicmmic) and we meet Wendy, your average ordinary popular high schooler- until she learns she's the reincarnation of a mighty warrior who must train to save the world! We're wowed by amazing fight choreography, stunning visual effects, and the ever-dazzling Brenda Song as Wendy. Would you skip home…
 
We find comedian and podcaster Tim Murray (@TMurray06) in the sweet old home on the range. Rich Girls Aly & AJ live the simple life of Dairy riches until one day their father goes on a butterfly hunt and insists it's time the girls get a job in the factory. A bunch of slimy splattery messes later, it's up to them to save the factory, which on the b…
 
We Bop to the Top with real life Disney character and podcast paragon, Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins)! An iconic episode for an iconic Romeo and Juliet tale. Troy and Gabriella simply want to Break Free and be in love with TWO extracurricular activities...and maybe also each other. We get to the bottom of what the high school musical is actually ab…
 
This month, Christina's book on Jane Russell is finally coming out and we're celebrating by discussing one of the best buddy films ever made - Jane and Marilyn Monroe in Gentlmen Prefer Blondes. Order a signed copy of Christina's book from Larry Edmunds Bookshop in Hollywood. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https://www.instagram.com/galv…
 
We seize the day with hilarious MadTV alum and real life Broadway Elphaba (!heardofit?), Nicole Parker (@NPRedford) to chat NEWSIES! We gleefully dissect old-timey newsboy accents, broadway tropes, and above all COMMITMENT. Who's going to see Medda's shows? Is Crutchie okay? Is Pulitzer Tevya? Many questions, however this film WORKS- despite being …
 
We find actress and podcaster Aerial Washington (@Aerial_Actress) to discover magical twins separated as babies, then raised in the mortal world. On their 21st birthday, they reunite in a clothing store and learn that they must work together to save the kingdom they JUST learned they belong to. They're not just twins, they're WITCHES, TWITCHES! The…
 
Actress and poet Yazmin Monet Watkins (@jazyyazi) joins us for the culmination of The Proud Family TV series. Rapper 15 Cent prepares for his super halftime show, which Penny's due to perform in at Wizard Kelly's huge arena sporting event. However, Oscar Proud has invented some very special secret sauce that's so special, the suspicious Dr. Carver …
 
Comedian and podcaster Ryan Rosenberg (@chosenberg) joins us to discuss the chaotic and unnecessarily complicated Life is Ruff. Disney Channel stars, plus dogs, plus an overly complicated plot to get rich quick, plus a kid with a passion for show dogs, plus a dog competition and tons of suspension of disbelief get us through this DCOM that packs a …
 
At long last, Little Miss Movies can watch the "Streetcar Named Marge" episode of The Simpsons because we've now rode A Streetcar Named Desire. What does a 10-year-old think of Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski? Take a listen and find out! Haven't pre-ordered Christina's upcoming bio on Jane Russell? Do that NOW over at Larry Edmunds Bookshop! Se…
 
The podcast returns with a discussion on the 1929 surrealist classic, Un Chien Andalou. Listen in as Dustin and Mike hit the roundtable to debate the validity of art for art's sake, dream logic, and determine whether they believe the film to be a masterpiece or a museum piece. Music: "Debaser" (Pixies) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join …
 
This week we take a spin and find actor, comedian, and podcaster Rebecca Lee (@its_rebeccalee on instagram) in a chilly part of the vault! Katelin loves skatin', but when she gets the opportunity to train at an exclusive boarding school that hates figure skating while having a super training program, she has to join the hockey team to keep her plac…
 
Carpenter. Russell. Borgnine. Barbeau. Van Cleef. Hayes. Atkins. What more could a 10-year-old want in a film? Little Miss Movies lets us know what she thought of Snake Plissken and Escape From New York. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https://www.instagram.com/galvosaur/ Original Series music by Gibby and the V's.…
 
Here's the sitch, we find actor and TikToker extraordinaire Anna Garcia (@scrambieggs) in a very two dimensional (sometimes three-ish) part of the vault! We blast into the action as Kim and Shego fight over...we're not really sure something about nacos and robots and Ron is there being extra stoppable. Kim finds a new love interest and this wee lit…
 
We find actor, comedian, and writer Jana Schmieding (@janaunplgd) in a part of the vault where the buffalo roam, which (spoiler) we learn IS VERY INACCURATE in regard to the plot of this movie. Josh moves to New Mexico and finds himself among kids (rightfully) skeptical of him. He's dedicated to saving buffalo, curious about Navajo traditions, and …
 
We find find multidisciplinary artist and magician Krys Tabujara in a very MYSTERIOUS part of the vault! Real magic collides with a reality competition in a very secret, but also totally open to explore magic club. Allyson just wants to be a teen TV producer and Danny just wants to be left alone to do whatever it is that he does...and we just want …
 
We're joined by delightful actor, writer, comedian Julia Morales (@werqinggirl on twitter) to chat about the enchanting Cinderella starring Brandy and Whitney Houston! What a gift that's available to us at the press of a BUTTON! A wonderful cast, beautiful costumes, and hilarious physical humor make this decades old televised EVENT as fresh as ever…
 
This week's episode is magnificent for a variety of reasons, not least of which is that we're discussing the 1960 classic western, The Magnificent Seven. Interested in watching the film's trailer which is a major topic of discussion? Sure thing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bG-ZxrG7htU Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. V…
 
We blast back to the Halloweentown section with hilarious actress, writer, creator, Halloweentown super-fan Ele Woods (@EleWoodsPHD on twitter). We meet a ton of new characters who have come from Halloweentown to attend school in the mortal world in order to mend the ties between the two. There's a heck of a lot going on here including vengeful kni…
 
After a brief break, Little Miss Movies is back! This week, we head into the jungles of Africa with Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, and a little boat called The African Queen. Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https://www.instagram.com/galvosaur/ Original Series music by Gibby and the V's.…
 
We set sail with comedian and musician Zach Olsen (@realzacholsen on Instagram). We're thrilled to have the Tiger King of the Tiger Cruise chat about this tonally wild DCOM, which touches on familial relationships, navy life, and the tragic events of September 11, 2001. This movie stars Bill Pullman and Hayden Panettiere! "That sounds like a bonker…
 
Mike and Dustin are back on the podcast with another discussion of a film for your consideration. This time around they chat about the 1982 Sylvester Stallone vehicle, First Blood, a film that remains surprisingly, and disappointingly, relevant almost 40 years later. Music: "Homecoming" (Jerry Goldsmith) and "Long Road" (Jerry Goldsmith and Dan Hil…
 
We find our friend Mia Schauffler (@itsmiaschauffler on Instagram) stuck in the suburbs and take a journey back to a time when cell phones were totally easy to mix up and then use to control a famous pop star's life. Songwriter Brittany and her sophisticated new friend Natasha do just that as they meddle with pop star Jordan Cahill's life after acc…
 
Ceetus-lapedus there's one more Zenon movie! Zenon finds herself in a competition, major that takes place during space Coachella, located on the MOON. She runs into a heartthrob or two as well as "Prota Zoa" who is...different. Z also has a mini me following her around, while she saves humanity from an inky alien spirit of some kind who's been mess…
 
It's a DCOM feast of sports and song! After moving from NYC to Salt Lake City, jazz musician Jace has a hard time fitting into his new school. He learns that playing sports is the way to fit in and as a blind student in a school not yet equppied for him play basketball, he decides to take up wrestling. More so than a few dance lessons, Jace's real …
 
Being perfect isn't easy, unless you're a hologram! Fortunately Roscoe creates one to help front his friend Sam's band! Loretta impressives and wows audiences all the way to a big record company! However, we soon learn that even being perfect isn't perfect and things take an... incredibly unexpected turn. Will Loretta become the first of many rock …
 
For Black History Month, we've asked some of our friends to recommend movies that inspired them, that we can share with Little Miss Movies. This week, writer/producer D'eric Hughe (The Flash, Arrow, Warehouse 13) takes us back to the 1980s with Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon. Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: h…
 
We jump back to the Pixar vault to talk about the jazzy new feature, Soul. One part Inside Out, one part Freaky Friday, another part Inside Out, we find a lot of similarities, but also fall for some new characters. As soon as Joe gets his big break as a jazz musician, he has an oopsie and gets transported to the great before. Joe fights to get back…
 
For Black History Month, we've asked some of our friends to recommend movies that inspired them, that we can share with Little Miss Movies. This week, comic book writer/artist Rob Guillory (Chew, Farmhand) turns onto Walter Mosley's hardboiled character Easy Rawlins with the film adaptation of Devil in a Blue Dress. Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Se…
 
A Hanukkah DCOM!? YES. Basketball dreamer Alex takes the story of Hanukkah very literally as he and his friends draw parallels to their own lives. Like any good DCOM, Alex wants to play ball, while his mom wants him to shake off those silly dreams and become a doctor at age 14. Fortunately for his team, Alex finds a new coach who his friends believ…
 
For Black History Month, we've asked some of our friends to recommend movies that inspired them, that we can share with Little Miss Movies. This week, television writer Ubah Mohamed (DC's Legends of Tomorrow), shares why John Waters' Hairspray made such an impact on her. Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https…
 
We enthusiastically sprint into growl power that has us seeing cheetah spots. This textbook perfect DCOM takes us on the journey of teen girl group, The Cheetah Girls and their lavish NY lives. We bop along to some true bangers and see the girls come together, fall apart, get turned off by horrendous masks, and finally save a dog with the power of …
 
This week, we take a look at Frank Capra's 1939 classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, as Josh and Christina come to the realization that their 10-year-old has a stark view of the United States government. Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https://www.instagram.com/galvosaur/ Original Series music by Gibby and …
 
Eddie is the STAR baseball player of his terrible team, but it turns out he LOVES TO COOK! His favorite dish? Purple goop, it's VERY popular! His father and brothers tease him for cooking, but inspired by Iron Chef Bobby Flay, Eddie enters a prestigious cook off in SECRET. Eddie battles criticism from his friends and father while facing some stiff …
 
This week, we go light with Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Does absurd British humor from the 1970s resonate with today's youth? Take a listen and find out! Episode art by Gable Fialkov. Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at: https://www.instagram.com/galvosaur/ Original Series music by Gibby and the Flying Vs.…
 
Straight out of their TV show Ren and Louis can still be found fighting, even when relocated to a mysterious (and fictitious) island. All the Stevens are there, including Beans, and think they're on a relaxing vacation, only to be tormented by an unreal reality show hosted by Tim Meadows! There's a lot happening here! Tell us your hot takes @ITDVPo…
 
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