Episode #093 - Drive Me Crazy

1999 - Popular and preppy Nicole is left hanging when her boyfriend, Brad, invites another girl to the biggest dance of the year. Desperate for a date, Nicole gets together with her polar-opposite neighbor, Chase, to make Brad jealous.

Ratings:  Ashley - 1.5/5  Justine - 2/5

Yay another teen movie with no understandable character motivation and prostituting!

The Cutaways are Ashley McKinney and Justine Gendron.  

Music by Jimmy Natividad.

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Episode #092 - But I'm a Cheerleader

1999 - A "normal" teen cheerleader dating the football captain draws suspicion from parents and friends who think she's gay. Shipped off to a camp designed to shove her back in the closet, she meets a tomboy who helps her recognize her sexual orientation.

Ratings:  Ashley - 4.5/5  Justine - 4/5

Descriptions are for suckers.

The Cutaways are Ashley McKinney and Justine Gendron.  

Music by Jimmy Natividad.

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Bonus Episode - Listener Questions 2017

Bonus Episode - Listener Questions 2017

It is our podcast birthday this Friday so happy birthday to us!!  Two years ago we were born and now we're roly poly toddlers.  Thank you to those who have been with us since the beginning! Thank you to our new listeners! Thank you to the LadyPodSquad, MoviePodSquad, and FilmFam for having us in their groups.  It's been great this year to really find friends and community.

Episode #087 - Singin' in the Rain

Episode #087 - Singin' in the Rain

1952 - Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor combine their talents in one of the greatest big-screen musicals ever made, a two-time Oscar nominee that includes the songs "Good Morning," "Make 'Em Laugh" and the iconic title tune. When Hollywood attempts the transition from silent films to talkies, a matinee idol (Kelly) hopes to make the cut. But he's hampered by a silent-movie queen (Jean Hagen) with a voice like fingernails on a blackboard.