First, they break down the trailer for Pixar’s upcoming film “Onward,” sort through their individual algorithmic rankings they never knew they were creating, and listen to Taylor talk “Coco” with Patrick A. Jackson in this week’s “Unnatural Opinions” segment. Later, they announce the winners from Round 4 and dive deep on the Battle for the Crown.
First, they offer an analysis of the latest “Toy Story 4” trailer and take a look at their Rewatchability scores before Taylor talks “Incredibles” with Christian Torres in this week’s “Unnatural Opinions” segment. Then, they announce the winners from Round 3 and break down the unbelievable Final Four match-ups.
First, they break down the individual films’ “Pixar Scores,” welcome friend of the pod Sam Hensel to debate the merits of “Cars” in “Unnatural Opinions,” and parse the Theme scores. Finally, they reveal the winning movies from Round 2 and dive into the four match-ups of Round 3.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons undermine their entire podcast series by recording their final regular episode on 2018’s “Incredibles 2.”
They talk about how it changed from their first viewing last summer, what happened to Mirage, how close we were to seeing Frozone’s wife in the movie, the frank adultness of much of the film, Brad Bird’s political commentary, the character shading hidden in the names of the movie’s foils, why the best villains are usually right, Jack-Jack’s 17 superpowers, Usher’s cameo in the movie, and much more.
On this episode, they also unveil the FINAL OFFICIAL Natural Selection rankings and seeding for the upcoming tournament to determine the greatest Pixar movie of all time.
On this week’s episode, it’s super time for another Pixar classic: 2004’s “The Incredibles.”
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons break down how the creators of the movie saved Bob, Steve Jobs’ insults, where the director got distracted, incest jokes (?), and a murderers’ row of unbelievable characters. They also marvel at how Syndrome precluded the future of internet culture, amazing bits involving capes and bosses, and what truly makes “Incredibles” great. Stay tuned to the end to find out where it falls in the Natural Selection Pixar rankings.