This year for Thanksgiving we're talking about our favorite Thanksgiving tv episodes and movies from Friends and Gilmore Girls to A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Be sure to let us know your favorites at @Wffpodcast or in our new Facebook group!
For this episode we watched "Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things" (https://minimalismfilm.com/) and then tried to apply those concepts to our lives. We threw away and donated a lot of stuff...and we have some thoughts on the whole process.
This week we're talking about traditions! Religious traditions, family traditions, holiday traditions--all of 'em! We talk about if traditions block progress, traditions you have with yourself, and we talk about Christmas trees for a bit.
This week we're discussing John Green's new novel, Turtles All the Way Down. We discuss the book, it's treatment of mental illness, and if it was a fun read. Listen and let us know what you think @WffPodcast
For week 3 of Listener Appreciation Month we're talking about the YouTube series Honest Trailers by Screen Junkies! We talk about the show, if it bad to watch before you've seen a movie, and if the criticisms are fair.
For week 2 of Listener Appreciation Month we're revisiting episode 106 of the podcast and watching the finales of the teen dramas we missed: Dawson's Creek, The OC, One Tree Hill, and Gossip Girl. And then we try to guess what happened in between.
It goes about as well as you'd expect.
This week marks the first episode of Listener Appreciation Month! We're discussing movie soundtracks--our favorites, the most memorable, if movie musicals count, if John Williams should just score everything...
This week we're talking about the internet and social media and how it impacts our lives. Does it impact our mood, relationships, and how we get information? Do we use Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram too much? Let us now on our social media channels, @wffpodcast.
This week we're discussing the new movie by Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon, The Big Sick. Based on their own love story, the movie deals with illness, culture clashes, and interesting standup comedy.
This week we dive into a topic that we've been preparing for since 2001--a ranking of all 8 Harry Potter films. We discuss which movies are the best adaptations, which ones we love the most, and which ones are the best films--and how sometimes those rankings are very different.
This week we're talking about the 1940 romantic comedy The Philadelphia Story, starring Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Jimmy Stewart. We're excited to hear your thoughts, so hit us up @Wffpodcast! Also...spoiler alert for Gilmore Girls? Just roll with it.
This week we're talking about the sequels produced by the House of Mouse--From Cinderella III to The Toy Story series to the total abomination that is Mulan II. Be sure to hit us up @WFFPodcast and let us know what Disney movie sequels you like--and which ones you don't.