In this episode, Jeremiah and Thad explore the genre of children’s/family films. What makes a great film? What separates the good film from an enduring legacy?Aand what makes a film mediocre or terrible? All this and more (plus a Pippi Longstocking shoutout) on this edition of Beneath the Screen of the Ultra-Critics.
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