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Therapist Reacts to THE LION KING
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Why do we fear change? How do you differentiate good advice from bad?
Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker and filmmaker Alan Seawright are taking a look at The Lion King and talking about grief, guilt, and advice-giving. They discuss the challenges of finding your identity and facing your past. They rank all the advice Simba receives throughout the movie and begin to notice a pattern. Spoiler: Hakuna Matata isn’t the best advice. As usual, Hans Zimmer makes everyone cry. But he makes up for it with musical farts.
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Therapist Reacts to THE BAD GUYS
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Therapist Reacts to SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
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Relationship Therapist Ranks LOVE ACTUALLY Romances (Episode Re-Release)
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Five Keys to a Happy Family: The Weasleys
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  • Dhesyca
    Dhesyca 9 сағат бұрын

    19:37 so true!

  • Alexey Tard
    Alexey Tard 9 сағат бұрын

    I don't know about you guys, but for me that scene at 27:00 always makes my eyes go waterfall. The "Helping elderly" badge wasn't even the point, but Ellie badge, something Karl was keeping with him for years, yet he agrees to move on, to bestow his highest honor with something so priceless to him.

  • I.
    I. 9 сағат бұрын

    This movie broke something inside me. Never want to watch it again. t´s more than I can bare.

  • Emma likes flowers
    Emma likes flowers 9 сағат бұрын

    The media now only exists to traumatise and subvert your children. I still haven’t recovered from Bambi, ET and Gremlins. It’s called trauma based mind control.

  • mariam
    mariam 9 сағат бұрын

    Great singin guys 😅

  • Grace Sanchez
    Grace Sanchez 9 сағат бұрын

    Would love to see y’all do a take on the mother daughter relationship in the Netflix show gunny and Georgia

  • Amberly Nightengale
    Amberly Nightengale 9 сағат бұрын

    I love what you said about putting yourself in social harm's way. My younger brother is autistic and ADHD, and he has an IEP. When he was in ninth grade, his choir teacher tried to fail him for not "participating" in class the way he wanted him to. My brother had choir as his last class of the day, his ADHD medication was wearing off, and he was hyper and wanting to pace and talk to others. The teacher could not legally fail him because of his IEP; failing an IEP student means that the _teacher_ is failing to meet the student's accommodations. This teacher also ignored my parents' emails, wouldn't come to IEP and 504 meetings, and claimed that my brother's accommodations were, in fact, working, when the simple fact that he was failing my brother on _participation points_ proved they were not. I had the same teacher, and things came to the point where it was up to me to confront my teacher during class hours about not answering my parents' emails. I _hounded_ him about it until he finally responded to my parents to get me off his back. It ended with him disliking me so much that I ended up quitting choir my senior year of high school, even though singing has always been the thing I loved most. I sacrificed my relationships with my classmates and the thing I loved for my little brother, and I will never regret any of it. ❤

  • ADARKWIND
    ADARKWIND 10 сағат бұрын

    Something many Christian’s seem to forget is that first and foremost you are supposed to live your life in such a way as to be known as different and that that is your first line of evangelism.

  • Orion88
    Orion88 10 сағат бұрын

    I absolutely adored this film. Mulligan, the script and supporting cast were excellent. Sometimes nasty people need to be confronted and the tables turned on their nonsense to get justice. So many people are sociopathic and do u bearable damage to people. I see Cassie as a true hero who frankly just knew what had to be done and did it.

  • Kajsa Säfström
    Kajsa Säfström 10 сағат бұрын

    When is the episode on Silco coming? It´s been a few months now 😉

  • Amberly Nightengale
    Amberly Nightengale 10 сағат бұрын

    The only way I can get through Fred's death scene is by remembering that James Phelps actually fell asleep on set while shooting that scene and everyone just left him there while they all went to get lunch.

  • Epic Nerd
    Epic Nerd 10 сағат бұрын

    You think you could react to Tron Legacy? It has a strong theme of Kevin Flynn learning what being a father is, to both sam and to clu.

  • candycornshrimp
    candycornshrimp 10 сағат бұрын

    Never realized how bad adult Nala and Simba’s voice acting was until listening to it through audio alone lol

  • tigerwoman44
    tigerwoman44 10 сағат бұрын

    Such a sad movie

  • stephantom
    stephantom 10 сағат бұрын

    I remember thinking Jake Lloyd’s acting was bad when I watched this as a kid, and held to that idea for a long time. On a recent rewatch though, I wondered why I felt that way and why other people said it. Having to say lines like “Yippee!” and “I’ll try spinning-that’s a good trick” is hard, but for the most part, he just seemed like a real kid. An outgoing, precocious kid who tries to always act like everything’s cool and he’s got things under control. I thought all the scenes with his mom were great, and I found their separation heartbreaking.

  • Mariya Aleynikova
    Mariya Aleynikova 10 сағат бұрын

    I would love to see Therapist reacts to Therapist for Dr Akopian from Crazy Ex Girlfriend🙏

  • The Spit Take
    The Spit Take 10 сағат бұрын

    I've always been fond of the phrase, "Don't let your message get lost in the mess."

  • eclipsedsonata
    eclipsedsonata 10 сағат бұрын

    Pixar with the Masterclass of making you feel the things you've locked away.

  • Gallagher Green
    Gallagher Green 10 сағат бұрын

    I am watching the 1964 tv series for the first time, and Gomez is all over Morticia all the time, just like in this movie. They really give a lot of insinuation for 1964. LOL

  • Bryan Wilkens
    Bryan Wilkens 10 сағат бұрын

    You're pretty.

  • Brian Sealy
    Brian Sealy 10 сағат бұрын

    I think there is a concept about Snape that we may be forgetting to consider. When I was a Sergeant in the Marine Corps, I was often times, far more harsh, with the Marines I expected the most out of and that I knew had a higher level of potential.

  • The Matadore
    The Matadore 10 сағат бұрын

    I'm a squeeze the toothpaste from the bottom and my husband is squeeze the toothpaste in the middle. Is our marriage doomed?

  • SeraphimIP X
    SeraphimIP X 10 сағат бұрын

    "one and done"... so true... i couldn't make myself suffer through this a second time ever since i saw it during my university years like 20 years ago. it's is one of the best movies ever made... but watching this is pure suffering and as much as i would like to watch it again.. i think i simply can't. and yes... this should be absolutely required viewing everywhere one the world!! maybe would have also helped a lot if putin for example ever saw it.

  • Leigh Hershkovich
    Leigh Hershkovich 10 сағат бұрын

    I had been begging my sister to watch Spirited Away for over a year, and she watched it 3 days before you guys released this video-- she had so many questions after watching it and I simply sent her this video 😂 questions answered

  • TokuOtaku
    TokuOtaku 10 сағат бұрын

    When it finishes, do a video on Malevolent Spirits Monogatari and the 2 characters

  • Oliver Ford
    Oliver Ford 10 сағат бұрын

    You have to suspend disbelief and accept that he's a vampire, or don't watch it. He's not a human. We accept that James Bond has to have secrets, and may have to lie, because he holds critical information to stop SPECTRE taking over the world. You have to accept the conditions of the story for it to work. Fantasy elements work differently from normal ones and you have to accept them as that if you want to enjoy it.

  • Leigh Hershkovich
    Leigh Hershkovich 10 сағат бұрын

    Can we talk about how I didn't even make it through the intro of this video without sobbing like a baby 😭😭😭

  • SaintSinner
    SaintSinner 11 сағат бұрын

    Hakuna Matata is Swahili

  • Fabiano de Paula
    Fabiano de Paula 11 сағат бұрын

    I'm going to talk about The Devil Wears Prada, because I think it's related to the movie. Miranda for me is not the villain, she is almost a teacher of life. Nobody gets to where she got by making friends, and greatness comes at a price, even if people want to sell a different story. The Villain is Nate, a trash boyfriend and the bunch of toxic friends she had. The lesson of the film is to be a demure girl at home who will attend to her shitty boyfriend. That's why Cruella is a necessary movie, she's definitely bad, she can even be a villain. Only she's a much better example than Andy. If I had a daughter, I would a thousand times prefer her to be a Cruella than an Andy. If I was Andy's dad I would need therapy, because I would definitely want to punch Nate.

  • Alexander
    Alexander 11 сағат бұрын

    I love your guy's video's so much! I really appreciate you both❤❤ thank u!🙏😊

  • Ashley Panzica
    Ashley Panzica 11 сағат бұрын

    What I want to know at the end of the movie, riots break out and people go crazy. But why? Because Arthur/Joker killed someone on television? I think the main message of this movie is: to treat people with kindness, and if you're constantly pushing someone around sooner or later they're going to snap. There's only so much a person can take.

  • N7
    N7 11 сағат бұрын

    I watched this way too young and it was so sad. I haven't watched it since but I remember it. God it was sad.

  • Lori Wolfcat
    Lori Wolfcat 11 сағат бұрын

    3:49 O_o From 2 seconds of research, he speaks English and Spanish. He grew up in Miami, so he grew up speaking English and Spanish. You made it sound like just cuz you’re Latino, you can’t speak English. If you grow up in America, you’re Gonna learn to speak English thru school and society. 22:16 Ok, so, it would be widely helpful to watch a video of him. Or, you could’ve read his intro online, which is he speaks English and Spanish. For making movies, yeah, you should always do your research, but you should also do Some research on the actors you’re reacting to. Especially minorities.

  • CleoVonGem
    CleoVonGem 11 сағат бұрын

    One of the greatest-made propaganda pieces in history. That's for sure. Very well done movie.

  • Carl Green
    Carl Green 11 сағат бұрын

    Man, I love Black Panther as much as the next guy, but come on the first big name black superhero? Don't disrespect Wesley Snipes and the TRILOGY of Blade films like that!

  • Magick51
    Magick51 11 сағат бұрын

    Tell them who's responsible for Mufasa's death? Not Scar's death.

  • Artsy Pineapple
    Artsy Pineapple 11 сағат бұрын

    Just hearing you talk about the show makes me tear up! It was absolutely my favorite, and I’m still bitter about it being cancelled!! Every character was interesting, the writing is amazing, and every episode was a fun watch from beginning to end. RIP Firefly ❤

  • CleoVonGem
    CleoVonGem 11 сағат бұрын

    A therapist who can't even recognize what night terrors look like... kinda sketchy. They're not too uncommon, surely you've come across them before. The constant invalidation of her pain, the way she expresses it... which is accurate to large degrees, (especially for someone ND, undergoing hell at home and school, victimized by abusers, full of self-loathing at not understanding WHY you don't think or act like everyone else, why nobody likes you; so when someone shows interest, you CLING to them because you hope you're worth affection..) This video is insensitive af. The first one I've seen that really misses the mark.

  • LaBibliothicc
    LaBibliothicc 11 сағат бұрын

    I'm willingly child free, but Scar telling Simba it's his fault that Mufasa's dead? The way his eyes go huge with disbelief? That shit hits so fucking hard. One detail I love is the ear pulling. At the start of the film, Simba pulls on Mufasa's ear to wake him up. After his death, he does the same. It doesn't work, and you see him crumble. "It's because of me. It's my fault, it's my fault." Good God this film deals with trauma so well I love it. I love the HTTYD poster!

  • aine oloughlin
    aine oloughlin 11 сағат бұрын

    Please consider doing Wuthering Heights.

  • Megan Lear
    Megan Lear 11 сағат бұрын

    Watch Serenity until the Operative say "pause" watch all of Firefly then resume Serenity. Should be the complete chronological order that way!

  • Rebecca Mackintosh
    Rebecca Mackintosh 11 сағат бұрын

    Loved the video as usual guys but I would maybe do some more research on better help… people have had very negative experiences with them and it might not be a company you want to support in the future.

  • Sternenstaub
    Sternenstaub 11 сағат бұрын

    You guys just did my most fav episode ever. No other movie you do will top that for me. Anyway. Hi. Greetings from Austria. I’m watching your videos for a few months now, I just don’t feel like logging in that often, that’s why there was no comment from me until now and chances are, you won’t get many more in the future. Since then I watched almost all you have here on YT. There are like only 2 I’m missing… One because I couldn’t deal with the first clip of the movie, it wasn’t really cringe, but I also don’t have another explanation, but I just couldn’t continue, it really threw me off. For the other one it was a very simple reason: “confirm your age” and I didn’t feel like logging in. A bit about me: I am a (biological) female Asperger and from the same year as this movie. And it’s also my all-time favorite movie! (And one of my hyper fixations - I know so many random stuff about it, most likely not all there is, but many. Like that it’s the first Disney-movie to ever get a full african localization.) It’s there for several reasons. One is that I just really like/love cats, no matter the size. Another one would be that I, according to my mother, used it to deal, in my own way ,with problems in my childhood. Even today the score can help me relax. Btw, the songs are from Elton John & Time Rice, with the help of Lebo M for the african stuff, so one of those is most likely responsible for the “fart”-sound in Hakuna Matata. And apparently I have a few different reactions to the movie. Now I cry at Mufasa’s Death, but I was told that when I was way younger I enjoyed it. Also I don’t cry at Mufasa’s Ghost. I just really love it and think it’s really epic and was so very, very mad when the 2019 one did such a poor job on it! In the CGI one I couldn’t even really see the lion-face in the clouds! But at least it explained a bit better why/how Nala got out of the Pride Lands. Also, the 1994 has early-CGI. The stampede is made on computer, they even had to write new stuff so that the animals won’t run into each other and stuff. Iiiiii will try to stop talking about the Lion King now, because, since this is my first comment, I would like to share a bit of my overall thoughts. First of all: Thank you for many explanations. There are several movies or scenes or entirely different things that I know understand or understand better because of you guys! One example would be: Twilight. I read the books, I watched the… second movie, I think, in cinema with other girls from school. But I did none of that because of the love story. I started the first book because I got it as a gift and I just liked the idea of vampires having a bit of a different origin, that people made things up, like that thunder, which is now well researched, was an angry deity. So I read the series because of the fantasy, not the love. And I never really understood all the “better love story than twilight” memes. Now I do, at least I hope so. Another example is Snapes “Always”. I understood that it had something to do with his Patronus, and with Lily and probably Harry. But my brain was unable to make the right connection. But even overall you helped me understand the neurotypical person a bit better, but also myself. What else… Ah, yes. Alan’s kind of catch phrase by now: “Show, don’t tell.” I… disagree. I think I understand why you say that. But as an Asperger… There is most likely at least one movie in my live where I was unable to understand a scene because it was only show and I was unable to get what it wanted me to tell, or where I wouldn’t have gotten the message if there had been no voice over. Sadly I haven’t watched that many movies recently, so I don’t have an example for you… But yeah, I am thankfull for every "show and tell" I get. In some of the other videos you asked for movies you should do, even animes (I think you said this in the Your Name episode?), so I want to do that now: - Originally I would have put The Lion King here if I had done this comment earlier. Now I would just wish for you to do a villain therapy on Scar and/or Zira from the second movie. If you do so, I would like to request the inclusion of the deleted scenes for their deaths. If you don’t have them on a dvd or Disney+ or something, I’m quite certain they are somewhere here on YT. But I would be happy with anything that means more Lion King. - Belle from 2021. It’s an anime, I don’t know if you heard about it, I don’t know how well the marketing was for it, I stumbled across it in other ways, but I really think you should do it. It has - in my opinion - a nice english dub, I personally might even like it more than the original japanese one (I even have an english DVD), and I really think more people need to know about it. So, even though you are basically A Million Miles Away, I really hope you would Lend Me Your Voice and give this movie a chance. - The very old The Three Lives of Thomasina from Disney. - The Land Before Time, The Secret of NIMH, All Dogs Go to Heaven or any other Don Bluth movie you can think of. - More Ghibli - mainly for me Whisper of the Heart, Pom Poko & Princess Mononoke And another thing I would watch: A sort of shorts-series where you chose an in-movie song each episode and analyze it. For one: these songs usually tell a lot in a very short time and are most of the time very emotional, no matter if it’s from a Disney or like The Greatest Showman. Second: They are often shown in a different way, mainly in animated they like to even switch styles (“I just can’t wait to be King” the Backgrounds, “Almost There” in Princess & the Frog), so I guess there are other/additional things to keep in mind when planning them in the filmmaking as in any non-musical parts. But… I think that’s it from me. Thanks for this episode!

  • MJ Pilot
    MJ Pilot 11 сағат бұрын

    Sometimes I feel ashamed for the cause of what the Americans/Canadians did to the Japanese. At least there's peace, but is it really peaceful, I wonder.😔

  • Some Artist
    Some Artist 11 сағат бұрын

    Why did you react to this? Why am I watching this? Darn it... This movie is just so gut-wrenching

  • Stephen Lackey
    Stephen Lackey 11 сағат бұрын

    Love love love this series

  • Nikki Nelson-Hicks
    Nikki Nelson-Hicks 11 сағат бұрын

    To me, the Bagel represented Joy's depression and how she wanted to sink into it and never come out. I know that's a real fear when I go dark.

  • C Kelmrun
    C Kelmrun 11 сағат бұрын

    Great Teacher Onizuka an example of a Good A-hole.

  • OhEmilyRosa
    OhEmilyRosa 11 сағат бұрын

    More villain therapyyyyy.