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50 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
Whatchu Doin’? - Episode 2: Break-Up Songs (It's Over)
Whether it’s about what you’re watching, listening to, or even playing, there comes a time where we gather to ask about what we’re doing.Ever heard a song that signified the end of a relationship but was firm about not getting back together, for any reason?In this episode of Whatcha Doin’? Tea, Leona, Chele, Mint, and Kat picked at least 5 songs they believed fit this concept and discussed what they enjoyed about them. From classic hits that drew a firm line in the sand, to a nice bag of sadly accepting the end of the relationship, we’ve come with quite the variety of songs.
156 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
Press Rewind: The Color Purple
Miss Celie’s been on our mind. So, we got together to discuss the critically acclaimed, classic The Color Purple. Join us as we chat about Celie Johnson’s epic life’s journey as a Black woman in America’s south during the early 20th century.
55 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Whatchu Doin’? - Pilot Episode
In the pilot episode of “Whatchu Doin’?” Tea, Leona, Kat, and Chele discuss what they’re watching, playing, and reading. Leona shares some of her favorite moments of the 74th Tony Awards and the 11th episode of Ted Lasso.Tea highlights some moments from episode 7 of Only Murders in the Building and What If…, that left her feeling shaken. Chele shares why she got pulled into the indie video game Boyfriend Dungeon. Kat is on the case and shares her love for the manga Case Closed. Spoiler Alert: All the ladies get caught up in their excitement and drop a spoiler or two or more. Sorry. Please be advised. Catch up and join us as we share our love for these various forms of media.
77 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Press Rewind: Cooley High
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday…but it sure is fun to take a joyride down memory lane! Join your friends at Fandom City for a hilarious retrospective conversation about the 70s Black cinema classic, Cooley High!
101 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Press Rewind: When Harry Met Sally
The gang discusses the essential Norah Ephron classic "When Harry Met Sally." You'll definitely want to have what they're having.
56 minutes | Aug 25, 2021
Press Rewind: From the Hip
Slick talking Robin Weathers can't wait to practice law, so he tricks the partners at his law firm to get him into the courtroom. His trick backfires when they punish him by making him defend a man they think is guilty of murder. Can his theatrics keep his client out of prison and him in a job? Join your friends at Fandom City as we discuss From the Hip.
136 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
Press Rewind: I Like It Like That
We're talking about I Like It Like That; a romantic comedy following Lisette Linares, who has to find herself and her independence when her husband, Chino, gets arrested. We discuss the ups and downs of Lisette and Chino's relationship, the feelings the movie gave us, why Alexis was the best character, and even a bit about Chino's handsome face.Tune in to hear our thoughts about I Like It Like That as we press rewind.
53 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Press Rewind: 9 to 5
Working 9 to 5, what a way to make a living~ Barely getting by, it's all taking and no giving~In this episode of Press Rewind, we’re looking back on the classic: 9 to 5. From the humorous hijinks to the real struggle of the working woman, we discuss quite a bit. Our experiences, favorite parts, and the laughs this movie gave us. Check out the conversation!If you enjoyed this episode, consider leaving a like/review and subscribing!
30 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Fandom City Cinema: Spirited Away
On this episode of Fandom City Cinema, Kat & Mint are discussing Spirited Away for Women's History Month. Young Chihiro gets lost in a land for spirits and must work her hardest to save her parents from the witch of the local bathhouse, Yubaba. Check out the conversation to hear Kat & Mint discuss their favorite characters, what they liked about the story and the ways the movie pushes Chihiro to grow.
48 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Fandom City Cinema: Over the Moon
In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women's History Month, we’re chatting about Over the Moon; an animated musical that honors women in the most delightful way. From the love a daughter has for her mother, to the respect a young girl has for her role model. Squeezed in between is a hopeful stepmother trying to earn a place in the heart of her future stepdaughter. Join us as we discuss this beautiful journey of a young girl and her idol as they help one another cope with grief.
94 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
Press Rewind: The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings
Baseball, Black joy, and laughs for days. Put together legends Billy Dee Williams and James Earl Jones and you get a masterpiece. In celebration of Black History Month, we’re chatting about the classic hit that paid homage to Negro League Baseball; The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings.
41 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
Under the Cherry Tree: your name.
Kat, Chele, and Mint get together to chat about Makoto Shinkai’s masterpiece Your Name. A romantic tale on the classic soulmate story with a starry twist. Come join us as we talk about our favorite scenes of the movie and our general opinion of the movie overall.
64 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Fandom City Cinema: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
“You done seen the rest, now I’m gonna show you the best!” Join your friends at Fandom City for a chat about the critically-acclaimed film, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom! This historical drama based on August Wilson’s play is an instant classic featuring absolutely brilliant performances and teaching important lessons in Black History that we continue to learn today.
30 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Where’s The Remote?: This Is Us - S5 E1 and E2
This Is Us S5 E1 and E2 – FortyKat and Chele chat about the two-part season opener. Season Five starts off with the fortieth birthday of the Big Three. Randall and Kevin haven’t reconciled after their blow-up at the end of the fourth season. Kate and Kevin celebrate their birthdays at the cabin with the family minus Randall, Beth, and their kids. The Pearson deal with various issues and crises, including Rebecca having a scare that leaves her lost. We learn more about Randall’s biological parents and find out an interesting surprise. In addition to the usual up and downs, the show does a great job of including important events of 2020, including the murder of George Floyd and the COVID crises.
122 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Fandom City Cinema: Something New
Happy Valentine’s Day! This year, we honor love & romance with the 2006 romcom, Something New. Join your friends at Fandom City as we discuss the groundbreaking film that dared to place a Black woman at the center of the romantic action. It’s a funny, thought-provoking discussion about the pressures Black women feel as we achieve success and look for love. Maybe the secret has always been to “let go and let flow!”
43 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Where’s The Remote?: This Is Us - S4 E8 - E18
This Is Us S4 E8 – E18 - RecapAfter falling behind on a few of our favorite TV shows, we’re finally catching up. Kat and Chele recap and chat about some of the interesting moments of This Is Us – Season Four, Episodes 8 through 18.Note: This episode was recorded prior to the New Year.
91 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Fandom City Cinema: One Night in Miami
When Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke get together one fateful night in Miami, tensions and emotions flare, testing the bonds of their friendship. The Mayor, Alderman, and Sheriff get together to discuss the film directorial debut of the queen, Regina King: "One Night in Miami".
90 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
Press Rewind: Die Hard
It's Christmastime at Nakatomi Plaza, complete with money-hungry terrorists and a bloodthirsty NYC cop. You can't say "Happy Holidays" without Die Hard! Join the crew at Fandom City as we talk non-traditional Christmas movies and the Impossible White Man trope.
78 minutes | Dec 26, 2020
Fandom City Cinema: Jingle Jangle
Your friends at Fandom City are celebrating the coming holiday with Netflix’s recent Christmas special: Jingle Jangle. We discuss how much we enjoyed the movie, our favorite parts, and what surprised us. We also dive into some complaints we’ve seen around about the movie and even argue about what exactly makes a Christmas movie. Come listen in on our discussion and we hope you have a great holiday and rest of the year!
67 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
Fandom City Cinema: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a Christmas crime story with laughs, love, and plenty of hijinks. The Fandom City crew discusses their favorite scenes, takes on the story, and generally what they enjoyed about it. Give us a listen and join the conversation.
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