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We missed Pride month by ONE DAY but frankly, Fire Island is eternal, so we're still timely in this case. Catch this delightful summer rom com and then listen to us dissect it in detail. May we all enjoy a beach vacation this wonderful this summer.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
Somewhere in another universe, you got this episode sooner. In this universe, it's here now! Pete and Martha breakdown the concept of the multiverse and it's application in media, inspired by the recent spat of multiverse movies. Homework for the episode: Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022, dir. Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert); Spider-Man: Into…
 
Today we're discussing a pop culture icon, the one, the only...Hannibal Lecter. We take time for all of his incarnations, touching on the source material as well as the myriad of adaptations, and bring it all back to: why do we love Hannibal the Cannibal so dang much?Homework for the episode: Manhunter (1986, dir. Michael Mann), Silence of the Lamb…
 
Pete and Martha sure did read a book for this episode. We take a dip back into the early aughts, when conspiracy theories were fun and fake news was about the Illuminati hiding treasure in tombs and not about lizard people sex traffickers.Homework for the episode: The Da Vinci Code (2003, auth. Dan Brown) and National Treasure (2004, dir. Jon Turte…
 
The world sucks, but maybe it can get better? Pete and Martha attempt to dispel some of the soul-sucking pessimism by looking at media that is inherently optimistic and forward thinking. Also there are giant robots involved.Homework for the episode: Pacific Rim (2013, dir. Guillermo del Toro) and The Ministry for the Future (2020, Kim Stanley Robin…
 
Don't think of the episode as late, think of it as getting two episodes of content this week! (We're sorry!) Martha and Maren return to the deep well of teen summer romance movies, with the Kaitlyn Deaver vehicle from 2017, All Summers End (Tye Sheridan who?) Directed by Kyle Wilamowski.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
Will Pete and Martha ever get tired of plumbing religion for discussion topics? Not likely. Today, we tackle depictions of faith in popular culture, both the serious reflections and the satire - and where those two things intersect.Homework for the episode: A Serious Man (2009, dir. The Coen Brothers), The Righteous Gemstones (2019-curent, cr. Dann…
 
This one's hot off the presses - we get deep into romance and the readers that love it with our discussion of Amazon Prime's 2022 release, Book of Love (dir. Analeine Cal y Mayor). Do we fall in love with this bilingual tale of transcription? Listen to find out...저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
A few weeks ago, Martha made a list on Twitter, and Pete decided we needed a whole episode to hash out the fallout from that list. It's our Batman episode! We're talking about the archetypical hero, the Dark Knight himself, the world's greatest detective in his iconic cinematic incarnations. Homework for the episode: Batman (1989, dir. Tim Burton);…
 
Maren and Martha move a little off their beaten path to break down Dear Evan Hansen, the Broadway sensation-turned cinematic flop. We discuss the movie's treatment of teen suicide, depression, and the musical talents of Amandla Stenberg.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
It seems to happen every few years: two movies with strikingly similar stories get released in the same year. Typically, one emerges as the "winner," the film that sticks in the public's consciousness, while one fades away into pop culture obscurity.What determines these "winners" and "losers" in the world of dueling movies? We take a look at two t…
 
We temporarily turn our attention from cinematic rom coms to tackle the extremely cute tv show, Starstruck (2021, created by Rose Matafeo). How does this very Millennial-oriented jaunt hit two mid-gen Millennials? About as well as you'd expect...저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
What happens when a story knows it's a story? What do you do when you realize you're just a character in someone's narrative? Our episode today is all about self-aware stories and the dawning realization that we may all just be side characters in someone else's book.Homework for the episode: The Neverending Story by Michael Ende (1979); In the Mout…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year, when everyone is still putting together their best of lists and retrospectives of the year prior. DYDYH is no exception - you all know how much Martha loves a ranked list! Here are our personal Top Ten Lists of 2021.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
Follow us down the rabbit hole as we watch, analyze, and dissect the defining film franchise of our generation, The Matrix. Spoiler warning for The Matrix Resurrections (and the other ones, but we figure you've probably seen those before).Coming next time: our top ten lists from 2021! Happy New Year, everyone!…
 
It's finally here! Maren and Martha close out the holidays with the 2021 Nteflix Christmas move, A Castle for Christmas (dir. Mary Lambert). It's a plaid-and-snow-covered good time.We're going to take a short break and will be back in your ears in 4 weeks. Real life is upon us! Happy new year, everyone!…
 
We trace the origins of the 'historically anachronistic' film from its nebulous origins with A Knight's Tale (2001, dir. Brian Helgelund) up through the current Hulu series The Great (2020-, created by Tony McNamara). Pete finally gets an episode as self-indulgent as Martha has for years and years. Will Martha pronounce the word "anachronism" corre…
 
We go back in time to the mid-aughts to discuss the tale of preteen shenanigans, Unaccompanied Minors (2006, dir. Paul Feig)Will this group of unruly children salvage a merry Christmas, despite being hunted like animals by Lewis Black? Listen and find out...저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
Sorry this is late, the holidays are here and it's time for the traditional bout of losing control of our lives! We're here today to talk about the brand spanking new Netflix original, Love Hard (2021, dir. Hernan Jimenez).It's not included in the episode, but our next movie will be Unaccompanied Minors (2006, dir. Paul Feig, available on Netflix).…
 
We're living in a hellscape, so Pete and Martha are breaking down media that puts a macabre, game show spin on gladiatorial entertainment. We're talking about Squid Game (2021, dir. Hwang Dong-hyuk) and The Running Man (1987, dir. Paul Michael Glaser).저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
I don't have a clever quip for you today - it's a pretty straightforward discussion about a movie that thinks its being sex positive. Is it? Let's find out! Today we're discussing the 2012 teen film The First Time (dir. Jonathan Kasdan), starring Britt Robertson, Dylan O'Brien, and many others.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
Did Martha and Pete have a fully formed thesis when they set out to do this episode? Absolutely not. Did they want to talk about DUNE very, very badly? You're darn tootin'. We take a look at the desert power epics, LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (1962, dir. David Lean)and DUNE (2021, dir. Denis Villeneuve) and discuss their impact on cinema and science fiction…
 
One of the reasons we're now a combo teen film/rom com movie podcast is because those genres borrow so much language from each other. Case in point? Netflix's 2021 original Afterlife of the Party, starring Victoria Justice and Midori Francis.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
It's a super special crossover event! Pete and Martha team up with the crew of Catching Up David to discuss the finest video game adaptations the 90's had to offer. Homework for the episode: Super Mario Bros (1993, dir. Annabel Jankel and Rocky Morton); Street Fighter (1994, dir. Steven de Souza); Pokemon the First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998,…
 
In the wake of the release of Midnight Mass (which we do not discuss but you should definitely watch), Pete and Martha ask: why are we so interested in cults? We look at three pieces of media to break it down: The Jonestown Massacre: Paradise Lost (2007, dir. Tim Wolochatiuk), Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011, dir. Sean Durkin) and The Endless (2017,…
 
We're back after a brief break for health reasons! Maren and Martha take a vacation to Bali with the 2021 Netflix original A Perfect Fit (dir. Hadrah Daeng Ratu). Come along and bask in the beautiful tropic scenery and questionable life decisions of our characters.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
A content warning to all of our listeners: we're discussion rape revenge movies, their history, and their place in our current cultural environment. Which may not be the discussion for you! We look at the genre's beginnings and how women in film are reclaiming it to make their own statements.Homework for the episode: The Last House on the Left (197…
 
This is your reality...or is it? Pete and Martha take a look at some mind-bending media intent on destroying the line between the real and the imagined.Homework for the episode: The Game (1997, dir. David Fincher), RABBITS (2017-current)저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
It's a replay, Charlie Brown! Life got to be a bit too much to record this week, so we're giving you a small interlude with some summer reading recs recycled from last year. Hopefully, they bring you joy this time, too.Next week, back to your regularly scheduled ARG discussion!저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
We have come to the end of our quest, friends. Pete and Martha cap their Arthurian series with a look at media all about the myth and legend of King Arthur. Also, spoiler warning for THE GREEN KNIGHT, which we have been itching to discuss for many months now.Homework for the episode: Excalibur (1981, dir. John Boorman) and Merlin (1998, dir. Steve …
 
Part two of our Arthurian Triptych has arrived! This time, we're discussing King Arthur and comedy, through the lens of two stone cold classics. Homework for the episode: The Sword in the Stone (1963, dir. Wolfgang Reitherman), Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975, dir. Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones)…
 
We had our fun last episode, but it's time to get back to business as usual: watching over dramatic teens make questionable life decisions. Today, Maren and Martha discuss the 2020 Amazon Prime original, Chemical Hearts, based off the novel Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland.Written and directed by Richard Tanne, and starring Lili Reinhart a…
 
Do you like theme months? I heard you liked theme months! We start our latest deep dive into a single topic (inspired by the upcoming release of A24's THE GREEN KNIGHT) with a look at "historically accurate" accounts of the King Arthur legend.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
We've come to the end (for the moment) of our drawn-out conversation on Westerns, and we hope you have had as much fun as we have! To cap everything off, we're talking about the Neo-Western - the Western set in modern times, with more cars than horses but just as many cowboy hats.Homework for the episode: No Country for Old Men (2007, dir. Joel and…
 
Hail and well met and apologies! Life got the better of us, but we finally have a new episode for you. Maren and Martha watched the 2020 Jane Austen adaptation Modern Persuasion (dir. Alex Appel and Jonathan Lisecki) and critics agree: that certainly was a movie they watched.저자 Did You Do Your Homework? | A Pop Culture Podcast
 
It's still Westerns month, and on this episode, Martha gets to fully wallow in the nexus point of several of her interests: critiquing masculinity, cowboys, and the films of Kelly Reichardt. Pete is a general good sport about all of it.Homework for the episode: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966, dir. Sergio Leone) and First Cow (2020, dir. Kelly…
 
Yeehaw! It's the start of Westerns Month over here at the DYDYH Ranch. Too much? Probably! We're kicking the summer off with our first episode all about Westerns; specifically, about how Westerns engaged with the idea of a vanishing Frontier.Homework for the episode: Deadwood, episodes 1-5 (2004, created by David Milch), and The Wild Bunch (1969, d…
 
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