You remember your time in high school... don't pretend that you don't. Fresh off co-hosting P.S. I Love Hoffman, Brian Rodriguez returns to take you on a journey back to your teenage years through the power of classic high school films.
Brian welcomes back Keith Dorsey of the Dawson Black podcast to chat all about Trippin' starring Deon Richmond, Donald Faison, Guy Torry, Maia Campbell and Countess Vaughn. Listen as we revisit this underrated gem and find out if it deserves the same cult classic status as other teen comedies from 1999.
Are you there God? It's me, Margaret.
Aislinn and Brian welcome special guest author and educator Derek Heckman to chat Are you there God? It's me, Margaret. Staring Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates and Abby Ryder Fortson; this adaptation of the Judy Blume classic is a must watch for fans of all coming of age films.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Brian is swinging back in action to talk Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse with Superintendent and superhero expert Mike Manzi as his sidekick. Find out just how much these guys loved this film and which Spider-man was their favorite.
High School Slumber Party AP is back in session to talk one of Aislinn's favorite teen movies from 2022; Paramount+'s Honor Society. Starring Angourie Rice (Spider-Man: No Way Home, the Nice Guys) as a driven high school senior whose path to success hinges on a cunning scheme to undermine her rivals in an effort to obtain her guidance councilors coveted letter of recommendation. Also staring Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad).
Brian welcomes former classmate Danny Kim back to the podcast to chat Larry Clark's Bully. Brian and Danny chat about Larry Clark's photography background as well as his visceral style, the true story behind the crimes and a whole lot of shirtless Florida vibes.
Brooke Shields: Pretty Baby (2023)
Aislinn and Brian discuss the new Hulu documentary, Brooke Shield's: Pretty Baby. Though this two part documentary examines the life and Brooke Shield's, your AP hosts focus on her teenage years; especially her work in the films Pretty Baby, The Blue Lagoon and Endless love as well as her upbringing in the constant face of fame.
reminiscing during nap time.
High School Slumber Party - giving bored stay at home mom’s something to look forward to at nap time.
Fun but the delivery is annoying
I enjoyed listeining to the discussions at first but eventually I had to turn it off since the hosts say "like" every other words. They need some articulation courses or something.
Brian thats a really bad excuse that u don't watch older teen movies cuz the actors dont look like there teenager's. Or aren't believable as teen, idk that's a really bad excuse not to watch movies from the 50s-70s. And if u really pay attention to movies then, no one was actually teenagers when the movies were filmed and for good reasons like nudity or the language idk just stuff like that. Just say u don't like movies back then n keep it moving.