The Pitfalls and Pinnacles of Passing Down Childhood Favorites
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Things we mentioned in this episode: Today’s Screen Time in the News article: Sharing childhood faves with my kids has its ups and downs – but I know it takes them places Netflix or Disney won’t by Myke Bartlett from The Guardian on March 18, 2024 Past episodes we mention: Pollyanna For more on our journeys into watching old movies with our kids, check out these newsletter posts: Tron  Beetlejuice  Free Willy  The Neverending Story The Karate Kid  And just to prove what flip-floppers we are on this issue, here’s a post about replacing childhood faves with more modern pi ..read more
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Contact us and subscribe to our newsletter at www.myscreentimetoo.com Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or by email at myscreentimetoo@gmail.com ..read more
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Scottish Shenanigans: The Loud House Movie Review
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1w ago
Things we mentioned in this episode: Previous episodes we mention: Kung Fu Panda 4 2 music videos for you: The truly terrible music video for Vanilla Ice’s rap in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2  The much better music video to the Phineas and Ferb song “There’s a Platypus Controlling Me”  The Loud House Movie made us think of these movies and shows for grown ups: Irish Wish Leap Year Happy Shiny People Just the Ten of Us Big Love We cast the gritty HBO reboot of the movie with: Tatiana Maslany as all ten Loud sisters Kal Penn as Dad Chloe Sevigny as Mom Contact us and subscrib ..read more
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Parents, Teens, and Screens: A Pew Report Review
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2w ago
Things we mentioned in this episode: Parents have a problem with screen time, too, teens say by Heather Kelly Link to the Pew Research Center report  Zigazoo, the bizarre social media app for kids What we’ve been watching with our kids: Young Sheldon The Eternals What we’re watching (though not always enjoying) during grown-up screen time: Constellations on Apple TV+ Masters of the Air on Apple TV+ Contact us and subscribe to our newsletter at www.myscreentimetoo.com Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or by email at myscreentimetoo@gmail.com ..read more
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Panda Retirement Planning: A Review of Kung Fu Panda 4
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3w ago
Things we mentioned in this episode: Old episodes we mention: Raya and the Last Dragon  The Super Mario Bros. Movie  Animal Crackers  The Watch podcast from The Ringer We compared this movie to the grown-up book What Color is Your Parchute?: Your Guide to a Lifetime of Meaningful Work and Career Success. We cast the gritty HBO reboot of the movie with: Jeff Hiller or Noah Schnapp as Po Laci Mosley as Zhen John Cho as Li Karen Gillan as Mr. Ping Contact us and subscribe to our newsletter at www.myscreentimetoo.com Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or by ema ..read more
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If She Can See It, Can She Be It? The Importance of On-Screen STEM Roles For Women
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1M ago
We talk about women in STEM in movies and on TV. Is the Geena Davis Institute’s slogan of “if she can see it, she can be it” borne out by their latest report? We also catch up on what our kids are watching and what’s on our grown-up screen time watch lists. Past episodes we mention: American Girl: Corinne Tan Review Lyla in the Loop Review  Spooky Buddies Review, which is where we talked about the Geena Davis Institute for the first time  Wonka Review  Portray Her 2.0: An Analysis of 15 Years of Women in STEM On-Screen, 2007–2022  The Town episode: The Harsh Data Behind ..read more
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Tween Dreams and Rescue Teams: American Girl Corinne Tan the Movie Review
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We revisit the American Girl universe for the first time in years to watch American Girl: Corinne Tan The Movie. We may have struggled to find things to love in this short movie aimed at tweens, but you’d better believe we found a spot for podcast fave John Cho in our reimagined HBO casting. Previous episodes we mention Maryellen: Extraordinary Christmas Review  American Born Chinese Review  Harriet the Spy Review  Inventing the Perfect College Applicant from New York Magazine on January 29th The Other Two available on Max They do still make American Girl books! Corinne to th ..read more
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Screen Time in the News: Screens and Diet Culture
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1M ago
In this Screen Time in the News episode, we discuss a recent Burnt Toast podcast episode where diet culture critic Virginia Sole Smith interviews Ash Brandin, The Gamer Educator. We’ve never connected our screen time discussions with anti-fat bias before! We also catch up on our family watch lists and what we’re watching once the kids go to bed. The podcast episode we discuss in today's episode is: Are Screens the New Sugar? Other things we mention in this episode: The Gamer Educator Wired’s Screen Time Food Pyramid  What we’ve been watching with our kids: Hazbin Hotel on Amazon Prime ..read more
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Pokemon Concierge Review
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1M ago
We review Pokemon Concierge on Netflix. Katie gushes over the stop motion animation, and Deborah wishes she could name more than two pokemon. They agree that fuzzy, three-dimensional pokemon are superior to their traditionally animated counterparts in hugability. Pokemon Concierge made us think of these shows or movies for grown ups: White Lotus Forgetting Sarah Marshall In our gritty reboot casting, we would like to see: Emma Stone or Anna Kendrick as Haru Tracy Morgan, Wanda Sykes, Nate Bargatze, Jennifer Coolidge, and Kate Burlant as the pokemon Contact us and subscribe to our newslett ..read more
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Screen Time in the News: AI
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2M ago
We continue our conversation about kids and AI in this Screen Time in the News episode. We discuss an MIT Technology Review article about talking to our kids about AI and catch up on our family watch lists and what we’re watching once the kids go to bed. The article we discuss in this episode is “You need to talk to your kid about AI. Here are 6 things you should say” from the MIT Technology Review.  It was published on September 5th and written by Rhiannon Williams and Melissa Heikkilä. Other It’s My Screen Time Too episodes we mention: Episode 168 Harriet the Spy Episode 173 Lyla in t ..read more
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