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The Long Kiss Goodnight Analysis — GC #327

July 25th, 2019

This week, we must wake from our I Dream of Geena marathon. We bring things to an end with the Renny Harlin-directed, Shane-Black-scripted The Long Kiss Goodnight, co-starring Samuel L. Jackson. When an amnesiac mother's memories start to come back, she realizes she's a CIA-trained assassin who's long been thought dead. When her past comes back to haunt her, she teams up with a private eye to take care of business. The Long Kiss Goodnight has us talking Christmas, Shane Black, Gender Politics, Plot Devices and much more. Tune in now to hear our thoughts on Geena Davis and The Long Kiss Goodnight.

Thelma & Louise Analysis — GC #326

July 18th, 2019

Week 3 of I Dream of Geena arrives in a hurry as we tear through the midwest to discuss Ridley Scott's Thelma & Louise. It's Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon on the run in a high octane buddy crime drama. After things escalate in a country bar parking lot, Thelma and Louise decide to go on the lam and leave their old lives behind. We talk about the prescience of Thelma & Louise in a post-Me Too society. Topics of form and genre also come up as we bring a lot of praise to this 90s classic. Let us know how you feel about Thelma & Louise and where we got it right or wrong!

A League of Their Own Analysis — GC #325

July 11th, 2019

I Dream of Geena continues into week two with the sports-comedy classic A League of Their Own. When baseball's best and brightest get shipped off to war, an all woman's league is put together to keep America entertained. But can a drunk has been get his team on the same page, or will they rip each other apart? This Geena Davis classic features a fun ensemble and cements itself as one of the most memorable sports movies of the 90s. We talk the four waves of feminism and much more in this week's show. Tune in and let us know what you think of A League of Their Own!

The Fly (1986) Analysis — GC #324

July 4th, 2019

Happy July! We're excited to be spending the summer with the wonderful Geena Davis! We kick things off with Episode 324, The Fly. The 1986 David Cronenberg-directed horror film is a pinnacle of body horror, but does it have much else to offer? We discuss the debate between practical and CGI, abortion, body horror, tech and evil and much, much more! OH! And we're joined by The Frightful Femme, Kirsten Therkelson. So, tune in as we go eye-to-eye-to-eye-to-eye-to-eye with The Fly. 

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