There are going to be some short posts here, because there's not much to say about all of this, but I am going to document every movie I watch.
And that includes A League of Their Own, a movie that seems to run every Saturday on basic cable - somehow, somewhere.
As saccharine and formulaic as the movie is, it's also an important one. It did a lot to discuss the transformation of women's roles in the US during World War II, and the strange way we deal with gender when it comes to sports (and it's pretty honest about the marketing of a League that wasn't what people were used to).
I'm not sure it's either the best performance by Geena Davis or Tom Hanks, but they're both pretty damn good and they go a long way to define the buddy-system that it never hurts to have at work (ask me about KP sometime. She's pulled my bacon out of the fire for six years.).