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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 107 Tale as Old as Time

In which, an all geek girl cast discusses Disney’s brand new, live action remake of what is arguably their best and most well-loved animated classic, Beauty and the Beast.  Tracy, Becky, and Donnelle discuss the adaptation of a cartoon to real life–especially the creation of real costumes that mimic the animation of the original and whether the CGI enhancements worked for this movie, and Becky postulates an interesting question: should this movie (and possibly future remakes) have left the music behind?

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 106, Kong: Skull Island

In which Dude and Andrew indulge their love of monster movies and review the brand new Kong: Skull Island. There is quite a bit of good, but also some noticeable stupid along the way. The pair also round out the episode with yet another cover controversy and questions about Stan Lee’s health and how good he really is at female diversity.

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Therefore I Geek Episode 105, Logan

In which, Tracy rejoins the cast of Therefore I Geek just in time to discuss the newest edition to 20th Century Fox’s X-men franchise, Logan.  This film is the first one to truly seem to bring the gang to a positive consensus–although all three of our heroes believe that it falters a bit in the third act.  Dude reveals that he went to church, potentially dooming all of mankind, and Tracy hates on child actors (again).

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 101, Conan the Barbarian

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In which, Andrew and Dude break down the 1982 Conan the Barbarian, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.  Dude broaches the “Jean Valjean theory of slavery,” the guys agree that this is not James Earl Jones’s greatest performance, and we learn that Gerry Lopez, who plays Subotai, is actually in this movie because he was the director’s surfing buddy.

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