1 hr 13 min

Titanic with Janina Matthewson Sentimental Garbage

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When Titanic first came out, it made history for the epic scale of James Cameron's filmmaking. But like the ship itself, its reputation started to capsize. The more the movie was embraced by young women and girls, the more it was ridiculed as garbage. Caroline and author Janina Matthewson discuss the legacy of the movie, Rose as a protagonist, the camp factor of Billy Zane, what Christopher Nolan is missing by being terrified of giving his scripts a 'camp pass', why Jack needs to die, and why there will be NO DOOR CHAT on this podcast.
Janina Matthewson is the author of You Feel It Just Below The Ribs and the creator of Within the Wires. She is also the co-host of History is Sexy.

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When Titanic first came out, it made history for the epic scale of James Cameron's filmmaking. But like the ship itself, its reputation started to capsize. The more the movie was embraced by young women and girls, the more it was ridiculed as garbage. Caroline and author Janina Matthewson discuss the legacy of the movie, Rose as a protagonist, the camp factor of Billy Zane, what Christopher Nolan is missing by being terrified of giving his scripts a 'camp pass', why Jack needs to die, and why there will be NO DOOR CHAT on this podcast.
Janina Matthewson is the author of You Feel It Just Below The Ribs and the creator of Within the Wires. She is also the co-host of History is Sexy.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1 hr 13 min