Presley had dad watch the 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightly. They kind of talk about the movie, but mostly they just talk about period fashion and Mr. Darcy’s hands, or maybe just the one.
Lost Boys was the start of the trend of young, sexy vampires that included Buffy and Twilight. It’s a classic for sure if for nothing else at least for the sexy sax man scene alone. We talk about the movie a little bit, but we talk more about vampire lore in general and who is doing it well and who it not. We also have a bunch of tangents. Let us know what you think at email@example.com
Dad tries to figure out the narrative in The Black Parade by American rock band My Chemical Romance, and he gets it pretty wrong. Presley fills in what is probably the right story and backs it up with confirmed meanings from the band themselves.
We’re back to the original format for this one. Dad had Presley watch Leon: The Professional extended cut. Mom and dad both really loved this movie along with La Femme Nikita back in college, so it was a perfect one to share. Of course, we didn’t know the whole history or the whole extended cut of the film, so that makes this all a little more interesting. Enjoy.
Kicking off season 3! Presley saw the Cats movie this weekend and fills dad in on the details. Then dad asks why she is so quick to cancel good work by bad creators.
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This episode, we talk about the 5th and 6th episodes of the first season of twin peaks, The one-armed man and cooper’s dreams. Uncomfortable Cooper Audrey stuff and quality time with the log lady. A hot fact about Leo that dad uncovered. All good things.
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This episode of Validate me, we watch ep3 and ep4 of the first season to Twin Peaks. Zen, or the skill to catch a killer and Rest in Pain. A couple of dad’s favorite episodes. We also talk about Sunday School and Trump’s vision of America. Good times.
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Starting the new season of Validate Me with the first two episodes of Twin Peaks original season 1 from 1990. So much fun sharing this one with Presley and seeing what a generation Z kid things about Twin Peaks. The combo is pretty good because dad watched it a ton and remembers a lot about it, mom watched it when it aired but hasn’t seen it since, and Presley has never seen it. Should be a fun few episodes as we work our way through season one. Let us know if you have any thoughts to share at firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @validatemecast
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To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before family podcast. Presley introduces mom and dad to what might be the start of a generation z John Hughes movement of sappy love stories. The conversation develops into a pretty cool analysis of Gen-Z narrative techniques and how they are impacting filmmaking. It was pretty cool to see Presley so in love with such a wholesome movie, and her reasoning was pretty interesting.
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