*Note: This was a post that I had meant to write months ago, immediately after the summer gardening season, but I never got around to it. So now, it’s a memorial to one of the most hard-working people that I have ever known.
In my youth, my Father spent lots of time tending to our personal garden over the summer months in Northern Maine. My brother and I were however too lazy to help in any discernible way, and to subsequently learn a life lesson about hard work and dedication in the process. We sure did enjoy eating the fruits of his labor though!
It’s that time of year again (or rather it’s long overdue)! Where I take my favorite films of the year, and arbitrarily order them to my liking for all of you to read. I’m quite needy, right? Not only that, but they’re never as easy as one might expect them to be, and 2016 was no exception.
Once again, like the Top 15 of 2015, this list is a collection derived from both the caliber of the films and how they impacted me on a personal level.
We Need Movies video with elaboration and additional points here!
So naturally, there will be some surprises. But first–Read More »
Boy, it was difficult to find the time to write about these fifty-two films! I fell behind and had a crunch time (similar to the #DLMChallenge [and that was 368 films]) at the last few months (culminating in four entries in theverylastweek)!
To anyone who’s wondering what this series was about, then click here.
Jamie saw an early screening of the Oscar contender, Jackie. What did he think of it? Find out below.
One thing I miraculously failed to mention in the review is the haunting and sometimes jarring score that truly helps the film to stand out. The score was written by second-time composer Mica Levi (Under the Skin). This score will forever be engrained in my mind.