We want to finish Women’s History Month strong so this week and next week, we’ll be watching some films that celebrate Badass Ladies In History. This week, we watch The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler. We also find out what Stephanie’s dog thinks of Nazis. Spoiler Alert. She’s not a fan.
Dave Stone-Robb and Jared Mcclelland discuss Munny, Money and Unforgiven Movie 68 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed and Staring Clint Eastwood with Morgan Freeman and Gene Hackman. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod, our network @eartrumpetaudio and Jared’s podcast @hihungrypodcast
Happy St Patrick’s Day, everyone! You know we love a theme so we watched Chasing Leprechauns from the Hallmark network. Also, this movie might have made Stephanie cry but she’ll totally deny it if you ask her about it tomorrow.
Join Dave Stone-Robb and Lindsey Busko of the Forgotten Failures Podcast as they discuss Tootsie Movie 69 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Dustin Hoffman, Jessica Lange, Teri Garr, and Bill Murray. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Lindsey’s podcast @
This week we continue our (already not chronological) series covering the Disney Princess movie catalogue by watching Sleeping Beauty. Is there anything remotely feminist about Sleeping Beauty? What’s the deal with all of these fairies? Also, what is a cuchini? Join us as we ask these questions and more. Enjoy!
I think watching Hallmark Hall Of Fame movies is like childbirth. Eventually, enough time has passed that you forget how painful it is so you stupidly do the whole thing over again.
This week, we watched Pictures of Hollis Woods, which proves that even acting powerhouses like Sissy Spacek and Viola Davis survive as terrible movie
Dave Stone-Robb and droog Gena Radcliffe get a bit of the old ultraviolence and discuss A Clockwork Orange Movie 70 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Stanley Kubrick. Starring Malcolm McDowell. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod, our network @eartrumpetaudio and Gena’s podcast @
It’s official, we are starting our series where we watch all of the Disney Princess movies to try and answer the question ‘Why are the majority millennial women so feminist if the movies we grew up with (Disney Princess Movies in particular) are supposedly so not feminist?’ Bonus: this episode also include the worst description of a sousaphone in the history of musical instrument descriptions. Oh and we finally got an email address, you can electronically send us your thoughts via email@example.com. Enjoy!
Join Dave Stone-Robb and Noel Ramirez as they get Fubar and discuss Saving Private Ryan Movie 71 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Noel’s podcast @TheMexiBroMovieShow
It’s finally aired! We’ve been waiting for Britney Ever After to be broadcast for almost a year now and this sweet day is finally here! So, what did we think of it? Just HOW frosted were fake JT’s tips? And what’s the deal with all that chicken? We cover it all in this week’s episode of Lifemark.