Trailer for Moana Finding Dory Piper Sing Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs Storks and Top 5 Animated Music Videos on RubberOnion Animation Podcast episode 138 with Stephen Brooks and Rob Yulfo

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SEGMENT EPISODE! This is an all media week: trailers, clips, music videos… and we talk all about them! We finally get to see the first trailer for Disney’s MOANA and the last trailer and clip for FINDING DORY and its Animated Short PIPER. But we also saw three trailers for films that kind of snuck up on us. But that’s not all, TOP 5 is back and this time we’re listing off our favorite animated music videos!

And you can now listen to us on SoundCloud!

Topics & Timestamps

(3:58) “How You Doin”
(4:15) It’s National Onion Ring Day!
(8:37) Stephen & Rob read Facebook comments: “Trump Tools”
(17:22) Trailer Talk…
(1:58:35) Rapid Fire!!!!!

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10 Comments

  • Andrew Kaiko says:

    1.) I think the deal is that Tulip (what kind of name is Tulip for a human?? She was probably named by da funny talking animals) and Junior get caught BY the wolves while getting lost on their way to deliver the baby. Like there IS NO “raised by wolves” plot at least as far as I got from the trailer. 2.) What rabbit? 3.) You didn’t hear about Storks before this? This was announced around a year ago. 4.) I would LOVE to see how the movie explains a world where no humans have delicious sex. … or NOT explain. I HOPE they do. Especially since storks have allegedly DISCONTINUED making babies?? Where do humans come from otherwise? 5.) Speaking of “making unauthorized babies”, I PREDICTED Rob would laugh for a full minute at that phrase.

    Let’s see SING end with the koala making the competition into a company that produces songs for those random end-credit music numbers in movies.

    Unfortunately, I realize that my Facebook posts last week WERE NOT resolved from the bug. I will consider Twitter as another place to post news.

    • RubberOnion says:

      Haha that would be an amazing ending to the movie! And yea, I’m really thinking of moving the requests for stories to the forum on the new site when it’s up and running… that would solve the missing Facebook posts problem

  • Jeffrey Y Sterling says:

    Lol! Stephen, I have the same hatred for the musical numbers at the end of animated films. And I am a huge fan of musicals, but there is a rule to musicals and the reason they all sing.

    Much like the violence in an action film, in a musical, the reason people sing is at the height of an emotional moment/situation. In an action film, you fight when everything goes wrong, and in a musical you sing. But in a film that hasn’t set up that law throughout the film and then to end it with a fully choreographed “we all know the words” musical number with all the characters, it doesn’t make any sense.

    I think for animated films, Shreck was the first one. But it was common in 80s comedies. Usually films would end on a party/wedding/event and everyone that you saw in the film shows up to “boogie down” with the main characters.

    But in the case of these modern animated films, I just don’t get it. Well, I get it, I just don’t like it.

    • RubberOnion says:

      I agree… I’ve made the comparison between musicals and martial arts films on the podcast before. And Shrek was the first time I remember it being used the way it is today. It’s just a pet peeve… like you said “I get it, I just don’t like it.”

  • Jeffrey Y Sterling says:

    The singer Gotye (he had that song “Somebody that I used to know”) has all of his videos animated. They are amazing.

    Just to name a few. These one’s are my favorite.

  • Sam Albro says:

    Speaking of Weird Al animated music videos, here’s a classic I’ve always loved:

  • nathan says:

    Finding The Doorys

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