On today’s Satellite Sisters podcast, Julie saw a movie so bad that she and her husband had to come home and watch a good movie to wipe the bad one out of their memories. What was bad and what was good? One was Nice Guys. One was Spy. You take a guess.
On a related movie note, Liz does not understand what the internet’s problem is with the new Ghostbusters. Come on, people! The Satellite Sisters are excited about the combination of Melissa McCarthy, Kristin Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Paul Feig. And yet, there’s a giant negative internet backlash from those who feel like this effort is “vandalizing a pop culture franchise to promote a feminist agenda.” Are you kidding us? It’s a comedy about ghostbusting. Relax and enjoy. Or don’t enjoy. Whatever. You don’t have to watch it but we intend to. Circle your calendars for July 15. (And while you are at it, you might want to note July 29 for the new Bourne movie.)
Liz also is getting us excited about the new television show Pitch. It’s a drama about the first woman to play in Major League Baseball. She saw the pilot. She laughed. She cried. She recommends. Check out the Pitch trailer here.
Lian has some tips about the role luck plays in your career. Here’s the complete story from The New York Times. She also has some gap year advice for Malia Obama based on this story from Sunset Magazine. Follow the National Parks journey at #59in59
Julie is on top of the sleep revolution being led by Arianna Huffington. Pajamas, everyone? Yes!
Lian’s son is graduation from high school this week. She is alternating between tearing up and outright sobbing. Congratulation to all graduates but most of all to all the parents of graduates. Don’t forget to enter your photos in our Celebrations contest. Post your graduation, wedding and college reunion photos on our Facebook Group or your Instagram. Just hashtag your entry #satsistersytb and we’ll do a drawing at the end of the month.