T.W. Siebert is film editor and lead critic for the Web site Well-Rounded Entertainment, as well as Communications Director for the Baltimore advertising agency Trahan, Burden & Charles. He has a degree in film from the University of Maryland. He has written about entertainment and modern culture for many publications, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution; The Washington Times; the Creative Loafing Syndicate; and the chain of Business Journal papers, where he won the Society for Professional Journalists Award for arts and entertainment writing in 1991. He also worked two years at The Discovery Channel, and was script consultant for a very bad film that will remain nameless. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife and daughter.
My favorite English language films of the 1990's (I'm not going to say they're the best) were: Secrets and Lies, Welcome to Sarajevo, The Horse Whisperer, Face/Off, The Sweet Hereafter, 12 Monkeys, Before Sunrise, Pulp Fiction, Braveheart, Lone Star and Ride with the Devil.
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