Mr. Holland’s Opus is a very personal movie to our family, because the story is remarkably similar to the life of my grandfather, Max Wood, who was a music teacher for 35 years and has taught music to thousands all across the world. I’ll talk more about him later.
Mr. Holland’s Opus tells the…
This is my family.
Writing about your favorite movie is an interesting experience, one that has actually filled me with a little bit of anxiety. What if people don’t like my favorite movie? What if I don’t do it justice in my review? What if people dismiss it because of the premise and miss out on the beauty of this…
Mega city. Mega highways. Mega scowl. Mega fun.
Now BEAR WITH ME here because if you give it a chance 2012’s Dredd will probably become the best movie you never wanted to see.
I went into this movie, like most other people I’ve spoken too, expecting an over the top, action paced gore fest….
It’s another cold and snowy day here in Michigan, with another 8-12 inches of snow expected in the next couple of days. With that in mind, I decided to review a fantastic movie where the harsh midwestern winter acts as another character: Fargo. It’s hard to go wrong with the Coen Brothers and this…
Hi there! I’m Andrew and this is my first post here on Sibling Cinema, it’s good to be part of the team.
For day 2 of the 365 Days of Movies I’ve picked a documentary called Senna. It’s available on Netflix and I encourage everyone to set aside some time to watch it.
On the surface, Senna is a documentary about Brazilian Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna who raced in F1 between 1984 and 1994. But this is only part of the truth.
making my way downtown
still making my way downtown
downtown is farther than originally thought
UPDATE: day 347 - Can’t make my way downtown. No food or water.
I just learned that if you put any url between “http://cat.” and “.meowbify.com/” it replaces all of the pictures with cats.
This has single-handedly changed the internet for me.