Amidst all the holiday craziness this weekend, Jaclyn and I managed to sneak away from Miles today to see a couple of movies. One of those movies was the Fred Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. "Biopic" isn't quite the right term for the movie. It's not really about Fred Rogers's life. There … Continue reading Year 2, Day 278: A Sort-Of Review of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Miles makes another movie selection from the home library.
Like many who have waited eagerly for a home release in the...oh, five days since the movie left theaters, I started watching Avengers: Endgame again last night. I'm not really spoiling anything to say that there are a number of qualified tear-jerker moments packed into that three hours of fan service, but the thing that … Continue reading Year 2, Day 170
The board was set earlier this month, all the moving pieces in place, in preparation of tonight, which brings with it the premiere of the first Avengers movie since the last one. Seriously though, for dad, this was a huge night. Given the rough nights we've experienced this week (and how challenging it was to … Continue reading Year 2, Day 59
Trips to the movies are rarer for us now than they were four months ago (but still well above the national average!), but when a Marvel movie comes out, it's required viewing, even when that movie is the relatively low-stakes Ant-Man and the Wasp. And it's a great time. Slick, inventive action sequences, visually striking … Continue reading Day 135: A Sort-of Review of Ant-Man and the Wasp
Today, Jaclyn and I made our second baby-free excursion of the weekend, ducking out to see Hereditary, the recent release about a mother who experiences a psychotic break because her daughter won't stop making a clicking sound with her tongue (or so I gathered from the trailer). Also, at some point a human catches on … Continue reading Day 119: A Sort-of Review of Hereditary
As mentioned previously, Jaclyn's dad got to spend a bit of time with Miles this past weekend. Their time together inspired John to dive headfirst into the movie making business. Here's the result: