Film Disquisition Volume 2: Kristen Stewart: An Exhaustive Examination; Episode 10: The Cake Eaters

Space Money Octagon Presents
The Filmography Disquisition Series
Volume 2
Kristen Stewart: An Exhaustive Examination

Episode 10: The Cake Eaters (2007)

Georgia, a moody teen dealing with a degenerative neurological condition, wants to experience life to the fullest while she still can. Her mother, though, is very protective and worried about Georgia in the way that a mother would be about their teen daughter. Trouble comes calling one day in the form of a man named Beagle… who works in the lunch room of Georgia’s high school. Despite the inappropriateness of the relationship, Georgia pursues Beagle in search of her first sexual experience. After some initial hesitation and frustration, Georgia and Beagle consummate their relationship. The next day, Georgia is given a ride to school by Beagle and they part ways… until lunchtime

Join co-hosts Vanessa and Toben on a quest that began (in Volume 1) with one of the most pressing cinematic questions of our time: what’s the best movie Blake Lively’s ever been in?

In Volume 2, Vanessa and Toben seek to determine the best Kristen Stewart movie of all time.

They will watch – in chronological order – every major motion picture featuring the actress Kristen Stewart. At the end of each episode, an updated ranking of Kristen Stewart movies will be determined using a refined academic and scientific process.

Current Rankings:

  1. Speak
  2. Zathura
  3. Panic Room
  4. The Messengers
  5. The Safety of Objects
  6. Fierce People
  7. In The Land of Women
  8. Cold Creek Manor
  9. Catch That Kid
  10. Undertow

 

Contact: filmdisq@gmail.com (emails may be read on the show)

Hosts: Vanessa (http://twitter.com/the_virago) and Toben (http://twitter.com/pursuedbyabeard)

Music: Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K. 191 – I. Allegro
performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra

Sound effects: https://www.freesound.org/people/Corsica_S/sounds/174771/
https://www.freesound.org/people/juskiddink/sounds/215658/

Intro voice: @iamastove

This was actually a terrible idea for a podcast

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