Episode 17: Watchmen

Continuing with the theme of Cold War action movies featuring 99 Luftballons, the girls tackle Zach Snyder’s WATCHMEN. They’ll talk about speed ramping, why diversity is doubly a problem in adaptations of source material, and whether this film contains the most awkward sex scene in cinema history. WARNING: This episode will contain an extended discussion…

Episode 16: The Avengers, Joss Whedon, and the MCU

In a return to form, the girls take a big-picture view of The Avengers, Joss Whedon, and the effect the film had on the MCU and superhero movies in general. They’ll talk about Whedon’s penchant for “damaged” female characters, airplane hanger fights, and most importantly ideas for the DC standalone Joker movie (call us, Mark…

Episode 15: Atomic Blonde

United at last! Kelly and Sarah have journeyed across land, sea and the 405 freeway to record from the same physical location for the first time in BFFC history.

Episode 12: 300

In their first technically non-superhero movie of the season, the girls discuss Zach Snyder’s first foray into comic books.

Episode 10: Wonder Woman

Whatever happens, we’ll always have Wonder Woman. The girls revel in relief and joy over a DC Superhero movie that is not only watchable, but thoroughly enjoyable.

Episode 9: Batman Begins

In the Season 2 Opener, Kelly and Sarah discuss BATMAN BEGINS, the superhero movie that kicked off everything dark and gritty in the superhero genre.

Episode 8: F8 of the Feminist

In the Season 1 finale, the girls take an uncharacteristically serious look at what, exactly, makes the Fast and Furious franchise so successful – and which parts of that might have been missing in F8. They’ll talk hacking wars, babies ex-machina, and [SPOILER] why Fast 9 should be a Shaw Family spinoff movie. * *…

Episode 7: Feminist 7

The girls watch FURIOUS 7 in the second-to-last episode of Season 1. They’ll ponder why the franchise likes to build their female characters up only to tear them down, whether Michelle Rodriguez will be even more front and center in the future, and how the Paul Walker tribute sequence can be so perfect and so…