Friday Links 6/16

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It’s Friday! Which means it’s time for another links post, and somehow June just keeps on slipping by.

What are your plans for this weekend?
I have a visit from my aunt and her new guy (new because I haven’t met him, though they’ve been together for I think over a year). I love Aunt Susan- we’re kind of a lot alike, in how we think.  Do you remember when, growing up, you stopped feeling the disconnect between yourself and adults? And how amazing it was relating to them as actual people (as opposed to caregivers or cousin-argument-arbiters)?
And Sunday is Father’s Day- we’re planning a nice family brunch at The Friendly Toast (which looks delicious- except I can’t for the life of me tell what is vegan and what isn’t). Continue reading “Friday Links 6/16”

Youtube Channels with a Focus on Film

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One of my favorite groups of youtube content providers are the film nerds (because it’s hard to find people as enthusiastic about movies as I am- but these people are even more so).  And I’ve gotten attached to watching them after so long and it’s a great way to relax at the end of the day.  Because films are excellent but watching other people’s passion and sharing their interests is even more so.

Hope you find some channels to follow! Continue reading “Youtube Channels with a Focus on Film”

“9 Movies Destined To Be Classics!”

Co-opted directly from the youtube channel Screen Junkies because I disagree with essentially all of their picks. Whoops, sorry.  You can’t win them all.  And by you, I mean them. Check back in half a century and see who’s right.

These are movies from the 21st century that I think, decades from now, will be seen as classics. Continue reading ““9 Movies Destined To Be Classics!””