This heartfelt trilogy comes to a conclusion, promising thrills, chills, flights of fancy, and more dragons than ever before! Join Snooty and Goon as they ride along with this beloved franchise's latest installment. But it's strictly BYOD (Bring Your Own Dragon).
Join Snooty and Goon on this quest through cyberspace as they watch Ralph and Vanellope traipse through every licensed website Disney could convince to sign on for this sequel. Trust us, it's better than it sounds.
Better late than never, unless you need to save someone in the nick of time! Join Snooty and Goon as they power their way through this long-awaited sequel to one of Pixar's greatest hits. The heroes and villains haven't really changed, but the fights are prettier than ever!
An animated movie about talking dogs and a boy searching to find his best friend on a whimsical journey? How could this not be a movie made for kids??? Well, for starters, there's the themes of government corruption and mortality, and there's also the long stretches of intricate dialogue, and... Look, this isn't a Pixar film, okay? There's a lot going on here.
After running in circles with their Cars sequel, Pixar is back in form with this original tale about the importance of family, passion, music, love, and death. But don't worry about that last part. It's not so bad. Join Snooty and Goon on their trip through the Land of the Dead!
They're tiny, they're blue, they're probably communists, and they're back where they belong, in a pastoral Belgian fantasy land without a skyscraper or a live-action human to be seen. Join Snooty and Goon as they smurf their way to the heart of this story, smurfing a few life lessons along the way.
Someday her prince will come...but that day ain't today. This Disney Princess is more concerned with saving the world and keeping unruly demigods in line. That leaves Snooty and Goon wearing the glass slippers as they navigate the waters of Disney's latest animated masterpiece.
This dragon can't be slain or tamed, but Snooty and Goon are going to do their best to befriend the titular gentle giant in what is a surprisingly quiet, peaceful, thoughtful children's movie. Just don't draw aggro, and you should be fine.
It's a jungle out there! </randynewman>
How bizarre is it that amidst some of the most highly-publicized racial tensions in recent American history that Disney comes up with a cartoon that addresses the whole situation? And how much weirder is it that the movie is FANTASTIC? Snooty and Goon call upon their Pretentious Best Friend to help them figure out what makes this latest animated marvel tick.