Double Edged Double Bill Episode 157 – Dreamworks Animation Produces a Shark Tale from Their Megamind


While Disney is the gold standard for animation, their biggest competitor Dreamworks deserves some attention. With Shrek turning 20 this week, Adam and Thomas are dedicating an episode to Dreamworks Animation! Plus, they have returning guest and animation expert Scott Johnson to help them look back as Dreamworks went from snarky rebels to distinct stylist of the art form! First, a supervillain finally wins yet is still searching for fulfillment in the superhero satire Megamind! Then, Dreamworks desperately tries to appeal to youths with a Will Smith fish in Shark Tale! Together, our trio answers the crucial questions. Are all Smash Mouths songs the same? Can Martin Scorsese ever escape his eyebrows? Which two films will they choose for next week’s episode on the sub genre of Paranormal Romance? Well, fry up some hideous looking cartoon fish and prepare your best snarky Dreamworks brow while you listen to find out!

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