154 Kids’ Movie Revisited – Fern Gully: Objectification, the Absent Referent, Robin Williams, and a Great Message about Nature = a Mixed Bag!

In our last installment of this series of Kids Movies Revisited, we watched Fern Gully, which was a total mixed bag for us. Overall, we walked away with warm feelings and were happy that we were able to end this series on a good note.

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146 Movie Review: 500 Days of Summer

We’re in London and just gave our speech at VegFest London! To unwind we did one of our favorite things… watched a movie and then ripped it apart! We are joined by our good friend Marine from a privileged vegan.

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134 Stockholm Syndrome: a Tale as Old as Time! (Beauty & the Beast Review)

What’s up, kids?! Callie and Nichole are back together in the studio, this week having a little fun critiquing Beauty & the Patriarchy, I mean, er, cough, Beauty & the Beast – Disney’s live action version of their timeless classic Stockholm Syndrome manual!

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129 Interstellar: White Male Savior U.S. Colonization Space Porn

Our fourth installment of our pro-intersectional media analysis series is Interstellar, a quaint tale of U.S. and human and white cis-male exceptionalism, set in space!

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127 Movie Review: Feminist Analysis of Ex Machina

In episode two of our five-part media review and analysis series, we are talking about Ex Machina: an intriguing and highly watchable sci-fi film that is, just like Wonder Woman last week, a “feminist” tale told from a male perspective.

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