Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Pt. 2: Legally Blonde ft. Mom!

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LISTEN TO LAST WEEK’S PART 1 BEFORE LISTENING! Throughout our time on Sleepover, many questions have arisen for and about our mom. Why were Britney Spears and Limited Too not allowed in our house? Did she have any awareness of the feminism inherent in the blonde bimbo trope explored in 2001’s “Legally Blonde?” We explore together in this week’s LONG-AWAITED interview with Jennifer Dye Leach.

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Pt. 1: Legally Blonde ft. Mom!

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2001’s “Legally Blonde" was first shown to us by our mom one fateful evening in approximately 2004.
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13 Going on 30

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With a sad adult Mark Ruffalo and seemingly the biggest soundtrack budget in film history, there’s much to discuss, and that, we do.
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Hannah Montana: The Movie

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It ain’t about how fast I get there, it ain’t about what’s waiting on the other side… it’s 2009’s “Hannah Montana: The Movie.”
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Barbie as The Princess and The Pauper

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2004’s “Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper” is part gripping cinema, part ubiquitous basement background noise for a generation.
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