PODCAST: Jurassic World, Movies That Defined Our Childhood

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This week on the podcast, we review Jurassic World, answer your feedback from last week, and then discuss the Top 5 movies that defined our childhood. Considering we’re all different ages, the results may vary.

Of course, we covered tons of movie news, trailers, and speculation you may have missed this week, and our Netflix Recommendation of the Week has been signed, sealed, and Adonis’ed.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is the movie that defined YOUR childhood? Let us know in the comments or hit us up on Twitter: @NowConspiring

Our Song of the Week is “Back of the Car,” which is a new song from RAC featuring Nate Henricks.

Enjoy the show, and don’t forget to rate/subscribe us on iTunes or the Stitcher app if you feel like it!


24 thoughts

  1. Great podcast all! I absolutely love Kayla’s artistic rantings lol. The movie that defined my childhood has to be Disney’s Robin Hood.


  2. It’s always exciting when I see a new episode of Now Conspiring in my podcast feed because I really like hearing everyone’s opinion and I also love how everyone works off each other. Even with just three of you, it’s still amazing! I think my childhood defining movies would be:
    5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    4. To Kill a Mockingbird
    3. Tim Burton’s Batman(1989)
    2. Any Pixar movie from 1995-2004
    1. Star Wars Episode 4


  3. You guys are so awesome. Ahem, my childhood movie is Oliver and Company because it gave me my dream to move to New York City 😀


    1. That’s funny, that movie caused me to avoid NYC at all costs as a kid. I mean…could you imagine all the animal feces just…just lyin there on the street?


  4. Am I the only person in the world who thinks Toy Story is overrated? You guys should see the Honest Trailer. Anyway, my FAVORITE childhood movie is Smart House.


  5. PODCAST MVP: Kayla the Rhythm Savage for finally questioning all of these movies out there refusing to include dinosaurs.


  6. The movie that defined my childhood was Gremlins, but I will always be partial to a little diddy called Romancing the Stone.


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