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Christian Bale (“I’m Batman”)! Harry Melling (yes, cousin Dudley)! Toby Jones (character actor in, like, everything)! Timothy Spall (yes, Wormtail)! We had great expectations for this film. It is a good mystery, and two of us enjoyed it. It just didn’t get all the stars we had hoped to give it. “The Pale Blue Eye” follows Bale’s Augustus Landor as …
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A bit late, but the Geek Girls are chatting about this year’s Golden Globe Awards! Who won? Who said what to whom? Who cheered the hardest? (That one’s easy!) Who gave the best acceptance speech? Who told the orchestra to f*** off with the most aplomb? We dish it all! (Please excuse the terrible sound in this episode!) — Listen to Kelly’s podcast -…
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It’s Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s etc… We watched a few traditional & non-traditional films & shows to celebrate - Die Hard (1 & 2), Violent Night, Home Alone (1 & 2), The Shop Around the Corner, Julstorm, Hjem til Jul, When Harry Met Sally, All Saints Christmas, I Believe in Santa, Spirited, A Christmas Story Christmas We also spent a …
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It’s Christmastime! We know, lots of other holidays too, but this podcast is focused on Christmas in Norway, Italy, South Africa, Poland, the UK, Brazil, & Holland. We talked about How to Ruin Christmas: The Baby Shower, Delivery by Christmas, Christmas Full of Grace, The Mistletoe Farm, Klaus Family (1&2), Hjem til Jul, & Odio il Natale. Next time…
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Kelly, Susan, & Erik discussed the end of The Walking Dead (main show). It’s been 11 seasons & we’ve loved, hated, and suffered through most of them. Don’t worry, though, Erik has agreed to watch all the spin-offs for us. Squirrels/other things we’ve watched Poltergeist, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, Die Hard Next time We begin the Christmas H…
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In the last One and Done of 2022, we watched the NBC show Kings from 2009. The series' narrative is loosely based on the biblical story of King David, but set in a kingdom that culturally and technologically resembles the present-day United States. You can watch the series on NBC.com Squirrels/other things we’ve watched : Cocaine Bear trailer Next …
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Who doesn’t love a good romcom?! Throw in some 80s music, Billy Idol, a pineapple, and a walrus, and the Geek Girls are all in! We are talking about Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler in “50 First Dates” and “The Wedding Singer.” Let me tell you now. This episode is not a movie review. We love this flicks! We share some of our favorite moments, as wel…
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This Thanksgiving, Geek Girl Soup is debating This and That. “What’s that?” you ask. How about Neo vs John Wick, for example! Or LOST vs Game of Thrones. Or turkey vs tofurkey. Cort and Kelly also make recommendations for what Susan should watch during her December break. We’ve got some Amazon Prime fabulosity and a few flicks no one has seen yet. …
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This week, we’re celebrating another trip around the sun for Susan. Joining us to discuss a few of Susan’s favorite things are Chris and Dave from “The VHS Strikes Back” and “ComicsinMotion”. Amelia is back with us too this week as we talk all things Reality TV and Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes. Turns out that Susan may have clenched this year’s …
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November 8th was a momentous day this year. That’s right; Geek Girl Soup’s favorite cable station/streaming service turned 50! We told y’all last week that we’d be doing a monthly One-and-Done episode today. But it turns out that we all hated “The Tick” (9-episode, live-action version). So, we talk about that for about three seconds then move on to…
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For her birthday, Cort got to pick this week’s homework. Given her love of all-things-spooky, you can’t be surprised that we got a horror film (“Barbarian” on HBO Max) and a supernatural series (“The Girl in the Mirror” on Netflix). This episode is spoilerific! Like, blow-by-blow, slash-by-slash. So, if you want to know the stories of this film and…
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Why would a show with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score get canceled? Because then-CBS-head Les Moonves wanted a bionic-man, spy-style, police-procedural drama. And what he got was a synthetic man with existential issues and family drama, a singing mentor/jailer, some sci-fi plots, and HBO-style overarching themes that were not-ready-for-network-TV. Tha…
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If a movie mom is “scary,” does that count as a monster flick? In the case of “Lou,” with Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett, it does not. But that’s what we watched, along with “Beast” and “Werewolf at Night.” We mention applying for federal student loan forgiveness. Here’s the link: https://studentaid.gov/welcome/?redirectTo=%2F — Listen to Kelly…
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We open our 12th season with the 5th annual rewatch of The Leftovers (HBO). Wu-Tang names are mandatory. Are Kevin & Nora actually Perfect Strangers? Is Nora telling the truth in the end? How far in the future have we traveled? Next time Pick a scary movie for Halloween Thank you for listening. Listen to Kelly’s podcast - The Marketing Chat Podcast…
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We’ve got a special bonus episode for you! We all finished watching “What We Do In the Shadows” (Hulu). So, we’re chatting about seasons 3 and 4. We also discuss • The “Hot D”—get your mind out of the gutter—and surrounding controversy • Setting up a Geek Girls’ commune in Pittsburgh If “Armageddon” was wrong about how to avert an asteroid disaster…
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We are finishing off our 7 Deadly Sins theme with one hell of a movie: “The Devil’s Advocate.” For us, this movie represents pride. For Al Pacino’s John Milton/The Devil, it’s vanity. Cort looked it up, and, technically, vanity is an excess of pride. So, we’re cool. In this episode, you’ll hear us: • Plan a limited series “remake” of “The Devil’s A…
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What is your favorite movie soundtrack or score? That’s what we’re chatting about this week. Guess what. We didn’t pick a single thing you might expect. No Nino Rota, John Barry, or Ennio Morricone. John Williams gets one honorable mention for a certain small boat-based film. We’re talking Gabriel, Webber, and Sakamoto. Also Göransson, Prince, and …
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After a very important PSA about cats, we talked about a few squirrels, then the main topic (11:17) of what movie genre is best for our zodiac signs according to this article https://www.thelisttv.com/the-list/the-perfect-movie-genre-for-each-sign-of-the-zodiac-1-8-21/ The Scorpios chose noir films: Shimmer Lake (Nx) and Double Indemnity (rent). Th…
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It’s One and Done time again when we watch a show that might have been canceled too soon having aired only a single season. This month we watched the barely aired 2018 show Heathers. Next time Next month’s One and Done show is the sci-fi procedural Now and Again Next week we’ll each pick a movie that corresponds with our star signs & see if the cho…
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We are on the penultimate sin of our 7 Deadly Sins theme. (Are there really only seven? Seems like there should be more.) This time we’re talking about sloth with the Pixar movie “Wall-E.” Yes, it works, in a twisty sort of way. Before we get into “Wall-E,” we chat about Apple TV+’s “Five Days at Memorial,” “Surface” (Apple), “LOTR: The Rings of Po…
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“Bela’s undead!” Oops, wrong reference. “You’re dead, you’re dead, you’re dead! Stay dead, stay dead, stay dead!” That’s better. So, what do you do in the shadows? That’s what we’re discussing this week for part 3 of Hot Vampire Summer: “What We Do in the Shadows” (Hulu). In this fabulous mockumentary series, created by Jemaine Clement and Taika Wa…
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In Episode #4, we are joined by Jennifer Dutton, a graphic designer on the path to becoming a software developer. Jennifer made her way to Girl Geek Dinner through her to desire to better understand software development and expand her capabilities as a designer. What ensued was her decision to go back to school, and landed at the Nashville Software…
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In Episode 3, we are thrilled to have two of the amazing women of Centresource, Ann Howard, Managing Partner, and Tomiko Peirano, Senior Strategic Consultant/ Business Development. Ann and Tomi share with us their personal paths to the world of software development, their commitment to creating a team culture where communication is seamless and pro…
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Welcome to Nashville Girl Geek Dinner’s mini-series podcast! In our second episode, Nashville Girl Geek Dinner sat down with Kate Dore, music industry professional turned social media/ internet marketer and financial wellness blogger and consultant. What makes Kate’s story particularly special and unique is learning how Nashville Girl Geek Dinner w…
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In our first episode, we sat down with software developer, Beck Cronin-Dixon, of Eventbrite. We discuss Beck’s journey into software development, her arrival into the United States, her passion for giving back to her community through active mentorship, and words of wisdom for other developers embarking on this career. While carving out a career in…
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