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Pop Culturally Deprived

By Mandi Kaye & Matthew Vose | Eloquent Gushing

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Mandi Kaye hasn't seen any of the great films or shows. Matthew Vose has seen everything (most things, he still has to watch Save The Last Dance). Each week they watch a classic and discuss it from both new and knowledgeable perspectives, sometimes being joined by a guest superfan to add even more insight. Join them every Tuesday as Mandi continues her education in the wonderful world of pop culture.

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Beloved Classics from an outsider's perspective

Host Mandi Kaye may have missed many popular movies and tv series the first time around, but her fresh take on them is delightful. Frequent guest host and pop culture fan Matthew isn't afraid to note the flaws in even his favorite entertainment. Looking forward to all the entries from 'The Giant List of Things Mandi Hasn't Seen or Read.'

Fun for children of the 80s!

It’s so much fun to hear Mandi talk about all the classic movies I grew up with from her first-watch perspective so many years later. It’s all nostalgia for me and I love it! I got so excited listening to the Bill & Ted episode!

Great Show

I really enjoyed how much they dissect a movie. Not only do they give a review and discuss the movie but they go into what they would change/add and how they feel it would impact the story. I like this type of analysis when critiquing movies. Great show!

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