Disney’s new version of The Jungle Book, shot on sound stages and featuring an all-star menagerie of celebrity voice talent, has earned overwhelmingly positive reviews. In this episode of Film Club, A.A. Dowd and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky sit down at Farmhouse Tavern to try and articulate why they’re not as enthusiastic about the adaptation as some of their peers and colleagues are. From there, the two segue into a larger discussion about special effects—how they age, why some work better than others, and which ones have truly stood the test of time.