Embarr After #5 Moana and the Ocean Bay
9th December 2016
We review Disney's newest musical animation, Moana and continue The Rock theme by chatting about the new Baywatch movie.
Other topics covered include the little short film Inner Workings which showed before Moana, The Night Before and a little bit of Christmas movies.
So get stuck in and listen below or go to your favourite podcast app and search "embarr" and we should pop right up! It's not even 15 minutes long. Download or stream. It's up to you.
Give it a share too whilst you listen, all tweets and likes appreciated.
As mentioned in the episode, we're up for a UK Blog Award and if you like what we do (or don't), fire us a vote by going to this link here.
I hope to be invading your ear-holes soon but for now spin us some questions for next time via all of the usual ways to get in touch.
Thanks for viewing!
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Embarr Films was created by myself, Ethan Barr, as somewhere to share film views with local film lovers.
It all began in the early days of 2013 with a Twitter account. I used that account to post my film views and often tweeted little film reviews confined to those 140-character bubbles. We have since expanded and now also have a Facebook page where we're also happy for you to get in touch and share your thoughts!
I built this website myself from scratch in summer 2013 just to give Embarr Films a bigger web presence. Make sure to check out our Reviews and Views pages before you go and don't hesitate to get in touch!
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