Alien.
This is the only place I can find to respond to Paul and Amy’s discussion about Alien. I was 21 years old and just about to graduate from college when I saw this film. I had majored in literature so of course knew all about rounded characters. None of that mattered when Sigourney Weaver triumphed in the end. A woman in her underwear piloting the space ship home, the sole survivor, the leader, the winner. Paul, I’m sorry, but you’re a man, and your preference for The Thing over Alien is just anti-woman. You really can’t understand the impact Ripley’s triumph had on every young woman I knew. The underwear was so important! The vulnerability was essential, but the type of underwear was a combination of blue collar and aspirational - only very slender women like Sigourney Weaver could pull that underwear off. Great podcast, btw!
Amaritt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/21
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This looks like a nice break from the snark. Don’t get me wrong, I love snark, but I’m interested in the serious, in-depth look as well. I plan on watching these movies as the podcast covers them.
Jennifer Layton via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/14/18
I just listened to the first episode and was very impressed with Paul and Amy's enthusiasm for film, knowledge of film history, and willingness to be open to classic films they may not be familiar with. I'm excited to hear their takes on the rest of the AFI lists.Read full review »
Misslucyjane via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/18
This is a great new podcast which is well-planned, interesting, and full of enthusiasm. I love exploring the "greats" as many films on this list are some of my personal favourites. I like the idea of inviting guests to talk about particular aspects of the film, but not having their...Read full review »
RedArmyIan via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/09/18
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