Everybody needs a little rescuing – and that’s especially true if you’re an orphaned six-year-old who’s been kidnapped by a real monster of a woman and forced underground to look for a giant pirate diamond. But not to fear: Bianca, Bernard, and the Rescue Aid Society are here! This week the Dummies follow our plucky little mice heroes as they fearlessly confront one of Disney’s baddest villains and her crocodile cronies in The Rescuers!
It’s Winnie the Pooh, and the Dummies too! Venture into the hundred-acre wood with the Disney Dummies and their favourite stuffed bear as they down gallons of honey, do some thinking at the Thotful Spot, and bounce their worries away in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh!
“It may feel impossible, but sometimes, you just have to take the first step”
Over the last couple of films, Disney Princesses have started to move away from the formula of being the damsel in distress and having to have big sweeping romantic love stories. With Disney’s latest film, we (finally) get another capable female warrior princess set in a beautiful South-Eastern inspired backdrop with gorgeous action scenes and dragons! So is it any good? This week join Tuong La and Real Life Dragon Kalvin Nhan (Trà Time) as they discuss Disney’s latest animated adventure – Raya and The Last Dragon!
Steal from the rich, give to the poor, and never forget that Robin Hood is a total thirst trap – that’s the motto the Disney Dummies live by! Dance through Nottingham Forest with us as we drink in this charismatic fox and his band of merry friends, taking on the evil Sheriff and whiny Prince John as they restore justice to England in the name of the rightful king. Oo-de-lally, indeed!
“I…am Tetsuo!” While loved by many, only in recent years has anime started hitting the main stream in North America. And while there are plenty of great anime films out there, the movie of this…
Stop! In the name of love (songs)!
It’s time for yet another Valentine’s Ranked Special! Music and Love have gone hand in hand since the dawn of the cavemen (probably). As long as there has been music, there have been people out there singing about their feelings for one another. So how do you make a good song from a topic that has been covered millions of times without being overly cheesy, obvious, and copying what’s come before? Join Tuong La and Palentine’s Kristy Matheson, Amanda Gulka-Armstrong, and Laura Gordon as they get hot and steamy while ranking Top 5 Love Songs!
They say life’s a jungle, and in The Jungle Book, that’s literally true. Best pals Baloo and Bagheera are along for the ride as the Disney Dummies accompany our main not-quite-a-man Mowgli across swinging vines and down roaring rivers, all while dodging the clutches of the evil Shere Khan.
“Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind”.
If you asking: “Wait doesn’t the PodCavern already have an entire show dedicated to talking about Disney Movies” then yes, yes we do (Disney Dummies you should check it out!). But today on Talkin’ Tuong we are going rogue because our special guest NEEDED this movie in their life ASAP (and let’s be honest we can all use a movie like this right now). So this week join Tuong La and Experiment 8008135 (aka Simone Dorie) as they throw themselves into a world of aliens, tropical beaches, and sketchy social workers while they laugh, cry, and feel things talking about 2002’s Lilo & Stitch.
If you’re looking for something sword-forward, we’re sorry to say that The Sword in the Stone, weirdly, might not be for you. But if you’re hoping to spend some time learning about magic and goodness and maybe, just maybe, making a few friends along the way, then Merlin, Wart, and the Dummies invite you along for a wild ride!
“It’s Turbo Time!”
The week of Christmas has finally arrived so what better way to get into the holiday spirit then to watch Arnold Schwarzenegger’s most iconic movie role of all time (we said what we said!). So join Turbo Man’s trusty side kicks Tuong La and Chelsea Fahey as they frantically try to get their Christmas shopping done while watching 1996’s Jingle All The Way.