Archives For August 2014
The Other Sister is a movie I’ve watched 3 or four times. Categorized as a romantic comedy. It’s also full of drama and adventure. Character Carla Tate who is mildly mentally challenged young woman who returns home to her family after years in a boarding school from where she received a certificate. Her parents are quite different from one another. The father is quite supportive and open to all that his daughter hopes and wants to do, while her mother is overprotective as well as overbearing. Carla goes onto trade school and falls in love. She desires independance seeing that her boyfriend has his. Her mother continues her overprotective ways, but Carla does what she feels she needs to do and moves out. But she and David have a misunderstanding and she returns home to her family but soon realizes she needs and wants David back. They decide they want to get married. Of course her father is in total agreement, but the mother refuses to be a part of things. In the end the mother walks her down the aisle with her husband and they enjoy an amazingly beautiful ceremony. I would watch this movie a dozen times just to see the ending again. I absolutely adore this movie. Everyone does such an amazing job playing their parts. This movie is rated PG-13. Felina Silver Robinson
Juliette Lewis as Carla Tate
Diane Keaton as Elizabeth Tate
Tom Skerritt as Dr. Radley Tate
Giovanni Ribisi as Daniel “Danny” McMann
Poppy Montgomery as Caroline Tate
Sarah Paulson as Heather Tate
Linda Thorson as Drew Evanson
Joe Flanigan as Jeff Reed
Juliet Mills as Winnie the Housekeeper
Tracy Reiner as Michelle
Hector Elizondo as Ernie
I had DVR’d episodes of “Monsters and Mysteries” on Destination America. This episode was called “The Wendigo“. I spent a great deal of time turning my head in the other direction so this is just a warning that if you scare easily, don’t bother clicking on any of the links. If you like scary things, then feel free to click away.
Being curious in nature, I decided to search the internet to see what I could find. If you are interested, here are a few things you may want to read. Hope it doesn’t scare you too much.