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Hey hey, happy Flashback Friday. Is that a thing or just for people who missed celebrating Throwback Thursday?

In any case, here is an old picture of my sister Carla and I from Spring of 1982 at our old house on Springdale Court. 496 more words

Cinema

Your Sister's Sister (2011) Movie Review

As far as mumblecore goes–a genre defined by its hyper-naturalism–Your Sister’s Sister comes off as one of the most natural.

Unmotivated and perhaps alcohol dependent Jack (Mark Duplass) has just spent a year without his late brother Tom.

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"Your Sister's Sister" Movie Review

(Talk, Talk, Talk)

Jack’s (Mark Duplass) brother died one year ago.  Jack is still suffering.

Friends have gathered for a memorial and Jack tells them they should honor the whole man, not just the idealized version of that man. 185 more words

College Scholarships

PTS Proudly Presents Lynn Shelton POWERCAST

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Podcasting Them Softly is extremely excited to present a chat with independent filmmaker Lynn Shelton, as she discusses her fantastic and eclectic body of work and singular filmmaking style. 121 more words

Podcast

Hey sister, soul sister, go sister, soul sister

Just warning you I was eating lunch for the first ten minutes of the movie and my dog wanted some of my food, so I’m going to give you my best of the first ten minutes. 484 more words

Movies

Remember This Film: Your Sister's Sister

I am officially on a Netflix rampage! I just did a review of Wet Hot American Summer and went on a search again last night through my list to try to find a film I have yet to watch. 1,044 more words

Films

Your Sister's Sister (2012)

Beautiful and authentic performances from Blunt, Duplass, and DeWitt combine with refreshingly natural dialogue (thanks to a largely improvised script and actors up to the task) and a simple, yet affecting plot to make a truly heartwarming film. 39 more words