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Movie Boyfriend of the Year: Wade from Pixar's ELEMENTAL
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Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker and filmmaker Alan Seawright are reacting to Pixar’s latest movie, Elemental. They take a look at Ember’s relationship with her dad and how Wade models emotional openness. Jonathan talks about what it means to be angry and what Ember is really feeling, as well as Ember’s complicated emotions about the shop and her dad’s sacrifice. Alan talks about the stunning and challenging visual effects work to create characters made of elements. And he wonders wh...
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  • greenmeadow74
    greenmeadow74 12 сағат бұрын

    I am also a therapist myself and always in search of great therapists in movies. I am very curious of what you think of the therapist in "Ordinary People", whom also had some great moments and is also an inspiration for me to be a better therapist - to use the relationship as a way to heal.

  • Elizabeth Peer
    Elizabeth Peer 12 сағат бұрын

    Understanding and compassion! I would love for you guys to do something or maybe Jono on his other channel about people that were raised with love and understanding and people who were raised on survival. And how the two can be in a good relationship together cuz it's hard

  • Shashank Vithalani
    Shashank Vithalani 13 сағат бұрын

    God this ending always ends up making me cry. Such a real portrayal of how depression felt... and how hard and liberating it was to kinda be able to feel

  • Directioner315
    Directioner315 13 сағат бұрын

    My wife makes fun of me constantly mine too she makes fun of me too? No not you 😂😂😂😂

  • Melanie Puefua
    Melanie Puefua 13 сағат бұрын

    Is Alan okay? 😟

  • Raine White
    Raine White 13 сағат бұрын

    I went to school with Brandons daugher. I met him at a birthday party for our mutual friend forever ago, I was just a kid. Hes a wonderful man!

  • Brittany Ferris
    Brittany Ferris 13 сағат бұрын

    "Damn you Pixar" New t-shirt idea?

  • Johnnie McCaleb Jr
    Johnnie McCaleb Jr 13 сағат бұрын

    I also like how It fades to white instead of fading to Black like most movies.. I like how it shows lot of times to see the light we have to go throw the darkness. It says that to me because as soon after the white is over you see him sitting in darkness!! ❤ I love it!! It's Great 👍🏾❤!!!!

  • Melanie Puefua
    Melanie Puefua 13 сағат бұрын

    Best outro yet! Those impressions were fire! 🔥

  • Stephen Cassat
    Stephen Cassat 13 сағат бұрын

    Moon Knights biggest vilain wasn't the cult, it was his own mother.

  • Patrick M
    Patrick M 13 сағат бұрын

    Man, this movie broke me. I was 25 when it came out, and my daughter was 2. My sister and me were basically brought up by our mom alone, she's 20 years older and was younger that I'm now when she divorced my (much older) dad. I've been raised to be responsible, I'm helping my S.O. with their mental health issues and I'm trying to be as good as a parent as my mom was. I'm weak to movies about parenting, but this one hit me so hard. It's a story about parenting, but especially accepting who your children are and that you can't control them. It's a story about feeling alone in the face of struggle, not knowing what to do when faced with the issues of the people you love deeply but don't understand. From the point of view of the daughter (Yuki?) it's also a story about discrimination and wanting to fit in. I remember the feeling of the scene where she bites her classmate. This is the first movie that really had me crying like a baby, so much that I own it on blu ray but I still couldn't get myself to watching it a second time. I had this video on my watch list for a while and hat to watch it at the right moment because I feared I would cry again. And I did. Thanks for your work, I love your channel and how you treat the topics. Keep up the awesome work.

  • A_
    A_ 13 сағат бұрын

    Scottish parents? Hmm.... Not from Scotland, but lived there for a bit: Scotland is the only place that I have heard family members *scream* and cuss at each other in public. (.....but it is also the only place I have been randomly invited for dinner after chatting to people for five-ten minutes. ) oh, and, since you mentioned the honor your father and your mother bit, in the Ephesians somewhere it actually adds something like "fathers, do not provoke your children" , funny how many people "forget" that bit, blaming any and all conflict on "rebellious children".

  • Deanna Albert
    Deanna Albert 13 сағат бұрын

    I'd love to see you guys cover some happy TV couples. Ghost Whisperer doesn't get nearly enough love.

  • Deanna Albert
    Deanna Albert 13 сағат бұрын

    That was a terrific imitation of Fergus as Merida at the end there, btw.

  • Douglas Marshall
    Douglas Marshall 13 сағат бұрын

    I've internally maintained that as a counterpart to Jack, somewhere in eastern europe there's some magical dude in an indistintly coloured trenchcoat that freezes people to death and only exists as long as outdoorspeople and military in cold nations live in fear of the conditions (the name was an actual term for the way extremely harsh winters favoured neither side on the eastern front. Losses to the cold were attributed to Gen.Winter)

  • Kalil Levi
    Kalil Levi 13 сағат бұрын

    You forgot the mom scene. When I saw her mom I actually asked myself- who is this lady?? Cus she wasn't in the 3 last books like not there at all (apart from few little parts). Plus- the whole part of the baby is a symbol of power that Bella have and the ppl that are scared of it which is actually cool cus jack and Adoared thought to control her future but in the end she comes out the most powerful the one that decide their future so I agree with you that Adoared is controlling (in the first book when he told her to drink over and over again? God he deserved a punch) but when it comes to symbols the kid actually changes Bella for the best and the fact she and Jack were "connected" was a way to link Bella and the wolf's to make peace with this power group to show that the 2 animeis came together to beat the 3rd group and then made peace

  • Deanna Albert
    Deanna Albert 13 сағат бұрын

    Yeah, I definitely need to see you guys as Elinor and Fergus for Halloween.

  • Me An INFP
    Me An INFP 13 сағат бұрын

    Yeah, I agree with this. Example of a healthy (water energy/Cancer) boyfriend.

  • Viviane Ruiz
    Viviane Ruiz 13 сағат бұрын

    Just wonderful, speacial

  • EkaPossi_Schw1, Siantuntija
    EkaPossi_Schw1, Siantuntija 13 сағат бұрын

    I was too young to see any deep message when I saw this

  • stormnr2
    stormnr2 13 сағат бұрын

    Sad thing is, that the girl didnt actually changed the situation but solved only her own problem to move on.

  • LittleHobbit13
    LittleHobbit13 13 сағат бұрын

    There was a great little quote that I saw online maybe a few years ago, but I've thought about ever since. It was _"Your anger is the part of you that loves you."_ The sentiment was that you're angry because you know you deserve better, whether it's anger at someone being unkind to you or at things not working out how you hoped, etc. The anger is the part of you that loves you enough to say "it's okay to be upset". It feels very parallel to me with what Wade is saying about "it's you trying to tell yourself something". I really liked that Wade didn't frame Ember's temper as a bad thing. I've had very strong emotional reactions to things basically my whole life (thanks ADHD), my temper included, and mostly people have always treated it as weird or comical at best or at worst treated me like I'm unhinged to get so heated over something. I think it would have meant the world to me to have someone like Wade tell me it was okay to have strong "undesirable" emotions. I think I would have found a lot of inner peace with that.

  • Starwalker
    Starwalker 14 сағат бұрын

    This is exactly why Coraline was so relatable. My childhood was spent swapping between parents who indulged my desires, and parents who completely denied me those indulgences and more

  • Aileen Yao
    Aileen Yao 14 сағат бұрын

    Would love to see how you react to original. Different vibe...pennywise especially...totally different

  • Lollian
    Lollian 14 сағат бұрын

    Hey cinema therapy, with the slow down of content due to strikes, whilst absolutely showing solidarity with workers , is it also a good time to look at some of the thought-provoking and compelling lesser known k-dramas. E.g the wonderful It's okay to not be okay dealing with BDP, autism and familial trauma, to light hearted most green flags in a romcom King the Land.

  • HatzBatz System
    HatzBatz System 14 сағат бұрын

    Oh damn, haha well we are a poly Fragmented System that rapid switches constantly throughout the day, and we don't remember most of it. We have to write down, schedule things, keep track, alarms set, and we make videos about our system and D.i.D. and post on our channel. Luvz yall channel

  • PaladinRevenant
    PaladinRevenant 14 сағат бұрын

    I think you guys should do "What Dreams May Come" you will cry SO HARD!

  • Juli
    Juli 14 сағат бұрын

    It's funny to me that Heike Makatsch is the only German in the cast. She has actually quite a sizable filmography (especially in German productions).

  • 4IvyClaire
    4IvyClaire 14 сағат бұрын

    0:44 13:33

  • Merisi Bunker
    Merisi Bunker 14 сағат бұрын

    My brother cut himself out of the family. He decided he did not want to be part of it. I miss and love him so much. What should I do?

  • Youtube videos
    Youtube videos 14 сағат бұрын

    Can we get Oppenheimer next? Although I love the Pixar/Disney movies, I think Oppenheimer would be a great look into his could we/should we/ what have we done mentality!

  • Amanda Priest
    Amanda Priest 15 сағат бұрын

    Dream husbands are the worst!!!

  • crowcussion
    crowcussion 15 сағат бұрын

    i don’t think movie directors understand that this disorder isn’t all bad, sure there are some bad parts and alters can be scary but they have a reason to be that way, they are protecting the body, they aren’t insane, they are just trying to survive

  • Evil Jedi
    Evil Jedi 15 сағат бұрын

    Fun fact! Wade and Ember being able to touch is based in science. The Leidenfrost effect is when super hot surfaces touch a liquid, which instantly creates an insulating layer of vapor. This layer prevents further evaporation. At least temporarily.

  • bigboyjones2029
    bigboyjones2029 15 сағат бұрын

    I would love for you guys to do a video on The Land Before Time. After losing a mother… this was the first movie I saw as a kid when I was 5 years old and realizing the fear of losing my mom. I remember crying to her as she held me that I never want to lose her. I lost her back in 2006 and the movie still haunts me today. :(

  • BlazedWarden
    BlazedWarden 15 сағат бұрын

    This video was so helpful for the Men's Domestic Violence group I facilitate! Thank you guys so much for your content!

    • Cinema Therapy
      Cinema Therapy 13 сағат бұрын

      That's wonderful! Thanks for sharing our channel. :)

  • Kate H
    Kate H 15 сағат бұрын

    While I do appreciate Your work in general and aspects of this video there are some points that really frustrated me. For example the equalisation of the protagonists hyper-feminine clothing style with a regression to childhood. Legally Blonde and Barbie show us you can be a hyper feminine woman and a proper adult. It is not a contradiction. Somehow I can't shake the feeling this view stems from the same place as 'well if she'd dressed differently she'd not have been SAd or raped. So it is the Patriarcy and sexsism all over again, which is among other themes what you tried to make aware of. From my point of view you're falling into the same trap here. - I'm proud of everyone in the comments for pointing out the creepy behaviour of Bos character. The dude effin knew it was his effin appartment, that wasn't an accident, what an a..... I wish You'd commented on that p**** behaviour more explicitly. It happens to often. And Ninas Mom who told 'the cold harsh but nesseccary truth'? If we follow your theory she told off a scared, grieving child. She wasn't comforting, left her on the porch and closed the door on her. That's not how you should treat a child, which from your point of view the protagonist regressed into, because of her (secondary) trauma and grief. You have to pick up people at where they're at. Actually she should have made her point in a more compassionate way anyway. It is decent human behaviour. That being said, I'm glad You're playing Your part in raising awareness, we desperately need it. Thanks for reading and I'm not a native speaker, any mistakes are by accident and by not being fluent ^^'

  • Megha Suresh
    Megha Suresh 15 сағат бұрын

    You guys should totally watch Vampires Suck. It'll be the biggest catharsis to both of y'all.

  • Soirema
    Soirema 15 сағат бұрын

    I wish dr Tracey said more about the movie

  • Fariz Ydtm
    Fariz Ydtm 15 сағат бұрын

    I am subscribe because this kind of content. You should do many more. There is a lot of things you should create in the next future. Hope your channel growth up fast! cheers!

  • A. K.
    A. K. 15 сағат бұрын

    22:12 That's the learning. Women learn that they have to be better, smarter, stronger and not in need for (male) support to be worth beeing even seen as a capeable person. That we are constantly underestimated and always have to proof our worth. That it's weak and not ok to not be above receiving support. At least I learned that in the subtext growing up. Beeing better then man and never need ones help. Beeing capeable of doing and achieving everything alone. Since knowing this I unlearn and try to find a better matching way but it's not only this movie, teaching us to be attractive and self sufficient to feel worthy. I'm too old the twilight saga could have teached this message. It's just like a summarized parodie of the bullshit I had to adapt to growing up.

  • Maqam Ibrahim
    Maqam Ibrahim 16 сағат бұрын

    Please do Song of the Sea (2014)

  • Jack Skellington
    Jack Skellington 16 сағат бұрын

    Reminds me of how I still love my dad, but can no longer bring myself to have him in my life. I have cut off contact, but he still tries to contact me every now and then. He’s someone who’s never changed ever since I was a child. He wasn’t abusive physically, but definitely took a toll mentally and emotionally on me and my family. He thought doing the bare minimum as a parent was enough. I never developed a genuine relationship with him. He was a dad that was there physically at least, but not actually there though. Things had to always go his way. I feel the same about my grandparents too. Toxic as hell. I think I did what was best for myself. My brother doesn’t talk to him anymore either, but my sister does.

  • Ze N00B
    Ze N00B 16 сағат бұрын

    I like how despite coming off as an idiot he does know a lot about the pirate life and is great at problem solving. His whole theme being "genius pretending to be an idiot" works well because he can show off his knowledge and intelligence, like in the "no incentive for me to fight fair now is there?" scene where he completely outsmarts someone and shows them the issue of their tactice while not coming off as cocky or pompous because of how he acts.

  • Joanna Markiewicz-Wójcik
    Joanna Markiewicz-Wójcik 16 сағат бұрын

    Soo maybe next time another briliant film with Robin Wiliams - Dead Poets Society <3

    • Cinema Therapy
      Cinema Therapy 13 сағат бұрын

      Our Patrons just voted for it for our next shoot, so it'll probably come out early next year!

  • A
    A 16 сағат бұрын

    KZclip you piece of s-$&, you interrupted Alan deep dive in his feelings with an ad.

  • Howitzer XO
    Howitzer XO 16 сағат бұрын

    Palp has avoidance/attachment issues

  • Alekius
    Alekius 16 сағат бұрын

    I was adopted and my parents just told me when I was 12, I think. It was a good match visually since I look just like them. I thought it was neat but it caused no dissonance for me since I love my parents. I did eventually seek out my biological parents and found my birth mother but it was hard for my adoptive mother. Especially so since my older brother, also adopted, abandoned the family when he sought out his birth parents. For me, it's always been a unique way to meet someone. I was pleased that my birth mother is a pretty cool person and now I get to play games with her and her brother's families on the internet and get to know them. Someday, I might even be able to go and visit them and I look foward to that. For me, I have a parental relationship with several very close friends' parents that has kept up well into adulthood. So, for me family is something you have but also something you grow and I've been lucky and blessed to be part of several families; for better and worse since none of them are perfect but they're all great. Thank you for what you do on this channel since I refer others to specific episodes to digest things they are dealing with so we have a common lexicon to sit down and talk it out when they are going through something. This one hit me a bit more personally since my older brother (also adopted) is estranged because his experience was so negative. I just hope someone who needs it gets to see this video to make their journey to discover themselves and their origin that much more likely to be successful! Keep up the great work! And thank you to all those in the comments sharing their own stories!

  • Frozen Willow
    Frozen Willow 16 сағат бұрын

    I'm going to disagree with you guys on love at first sight. I gave birth to 4 beautiful babies and each time, I fell madly in love with them from the moment I gazed into their eyes and told them that I was their mama. Love is not just romantic but familial as well. I swore to always protect them, guide them through life and show plenty of affection - most importantly, spend time with them and encourage them towards their own goals. I get what you are saying from a couples perspective though.

  • Amrutha B.N
    Amrutha B.N 16 сағат бұрын

    My magic sex will fix broken boy 😂😂😂 I've re watched this video so many times just for the sheer fun of watching you guys watch and roast the movie 😂😂😂😂