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Ep. 463: Top 100 Movies of All Time (100–81)

June 30th, 2022

Hello friends! That's right, you read the episode title correctly. This month, we're going to be counting down our individual Top 100 Movies of All Time! Over the next five weeks, we're going to be looking at and reflecting on the movies that shapes, inspired, entertained, and impacted us so much so that we've deemed them our Top 100 Movies! 

We've been working on this over the past few months, narrowing down thousands of titles to come up with what we feel are the cream of the crop for us. 

This week, we're looking at numbers 100–81! We hope you enjoy, and we hope you share your own lists with us!

Ep. 462: Anaconda (1997)

June 23rd, 2022

Producer's Note: There is some sort of audio issue with this episode, hopefully it's not intolerable to listen to. 

We finally wrap up our 1997 retrospective, dear listeners. This week, we travel down the Amazon in search of bad accents as we discuss Anaconda. The late 90s creature feature is stocked with a top notch ensemble of newcomers and a high profile veteran. But, does it keep us in its grips? We talk about colonialism, mid-90s CGI, Jon Voigt, and much, much more!


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

04:20 - Quick Anaconda Reviews

17:28 - Expanding the Syllabus

31:59 - Analysis

52:45 - Shelf or Trash

55:12 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film


Ep. 461: The Peacemaker (1997)

June 16th, 2022

Welcome back friends, we're still existing in 1997. This week, we take a look at the globetrotting Mimi Leder joint The Peacemaker. Unfortunately, John Cena is nowhere to be found—or maybe we just can't see him. This week, Dalton gives us a very brief rundown on the Yugoslav wars, we examine the narrative idea of creating sympathetic villains, the professional dynamics based around gender that arise in the movie are also discussed, and much more hits the analysis table. So, grab your fatigues and fall in line as we take The Peacemaker into conversation.


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

07:19 - Quick The Peacemaker Reviews

19:18 - Expanding the Syllabus

40:21 - Analysis

1:00:32 - Shelf or Trash

1:01:47 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 460: The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

June 9th, 2022

We're getting prehistoric this week dear listeners as we revisit the dino-tacular dinosaur franchise, Jurassic Park. Having covered Parts One and Three, it is finally time to cover the second entry in that original trilogy: The Lost World. Goldblum is back, and so are the dinos. This week, we talk about meta commentaries, sequels, the dangers of corporate greed, adaptation, and Spielberg's run in the 90s. So, tune in as we take on a T-Rex or two. 


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

06:04 - Quick The Lost World: Jurassic Park Reviews

16:21 - Expanding the Syllabus

33:11 - Analysis

58:57 - Shelf or Trash

59:23 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 459: Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion (1997)

June 2nd, 2022

Whoa, like, totally welcome to the GenreCast! We're back this week with a cult classic AND Patreon-awarded pick from a dear friend of the show. This week, we're taking a look at the comedy classic Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion from 1997. This week, we're talking about the fallibility of memory, going back home, selling out, capitalism, adhering to the status quo and much more as we bring this high school revisit to the analysis table. 


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

04:20 - Quick Romy and Michelle Reviews

20:41 - Expanding the Syllabus

43:02 - Analysis

1:11:37 - Shelf or Trash

1:13:37 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 458: Bird Box (2018) — Summer of Sandy, Part IV

May 26th, 2022

Hello friends! Leave your blindfolds on, unless you're driving, and open your ears. This week, we bring our Summer of Sandy marathon to a close with a look at the 2018 streaming hit Bird Box. The Netflix original became a viral sensation and established the platform as a must-watch outlet. This week, we talk Suture Theory, adaptation, processing trauma, parental instincts, and much more as we come in to next with Bird Box. 


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

04:23 - Quick Bird Box Reviews

23:30 - Expanding the Syllabus

44:05 - Analysis

1:14:46 - Shelf or Trash

1:21:56 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 457: Murder by Numbers (2002) — Summer of Sandy, Part III

May 19th, 2022

Hello all! Part III of "Summer of Sandy" arrives, and this week we're looking at the Sandra Bullock bomb Murder by Numbers. This cat and mouse suspense story features two young high school students attempting the perfect murder, but Bullock's detective is hot on their trail. We're talking Leopold and Loeb, Hollywood moments in story, Sandra Bullock's career, and much, much more as we try to stay between the lines and talk Murder by Numbers.


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

05:47 - Quick Murder by Numbers Reviews

18:18 - Expanding the Syllabus

35:01 - Analysis

53:52 - Shelf or Trash

55:09 - Wrap Up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 456: Miss Congeniality (2000) — Summer of Sandy, Part II

May 12th, 2022

Grab your gowns and grab your sashes, our "Summer of Sandy" Sandra Bullock marathon continues with Miss Congeniality. This cop undercover/fish out of water comedy was one of the biggest hits of the 2000s, but does it hold up? We discuss femininity, beauty pageants, women in the workforce, and much, much more as we take centerstage alongside Miss Congeniality. Tune in now!


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

06:50 - Quick Miss Congeniality Reviews

24:49 - Expanding the Syllabus

38:43 - Analysis

1:10:57- Shelf or Trash

1:13:24 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 455: The Net (1995) — Summer of Sandy, Part 1

May 6th, 2022

Hello Users_9573! We're kicking off a brand new marathon as we look back at the career of Sandra Bullock in the "Summer of Sandy"! And we start things off in 1995 with the hit thriller The Net. We dive into this thriller to talk technology, Sandra Bullock, movies in 1995, Dennis Miller, and much, much more! So, log on now to catch up with our newest episode and prepare for more Sandra Bullock Shenanigans!


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

07:04 - Quick The Net Reviews

21:50 - Expanding the Syllabus

36:53 - Analysis

1:03:30 - Shelf or Trash

1:05:28 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

Ep. 454: In the Cut (2003)

April 29th, 2022

Hello everybody! We're back this week with a dark and dingy look at the interior lives of a hapless English teacher and a troubled detective in Jane Campion's erotic crime thriller In the Cut. One of only 21 movies to receive an F CinemaScore, we thought we'd take a look in light of Campion's recent Oscar win. This week, we're talking about Campion's use of intertextuality and mise-en-scene, the interior lives of people, cops, and much more!


00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

04:09 - Quick In the Cut Reviews

17:05 - Expanding the Syllabus

42:08 - Analysis

1:02:59 - Shelf or Trash

1:05:34 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

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