The Movie That Made Me: Chicago Tribune Film Critic Michael Phillips

This is a 1933 file photo of the Marx Brothers, frim left, Zeppo, Harpo, Chico and Groucho. The movie "Horse Feathers" is a Marx Brothers classic. The new president of Huxley College recruits players out of a local bar to help beat rival Darwin. The best part? How about Chico calling out signals such as: "High diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle, this time I think we go through the middle."
The Marx Brothers, from left, Zeppo, Harpo, Chico and Groucho. The movie "Horse Feathers" is a Marx Brothers classic. The new president of Huxley College recruits players out of a local bar to help beat rival Darwin. AP Photo
This is a 1933 file photo of the Marx Brothers, frim left, Zeppo, Harpo, Chico and Groucho. The movie "Horse Feathers" is a Marx Brothers classic. The new president of Huxley College recruits players out of a local bar to help beat rival Darwin. The best part? How about Chico calling out signals such as: "High diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle, this time I think we go through the middle."
The Marx Brothers, from left, Zeppo, Harpo, Chico and Groucho. The movie "Horse Feathers" is a Marx Brothers classic. The new president of Huxley College recruits players out of a local bar to help beat rival Darwin. AP Photo

The Movie That Made Me: Chicago Tribune Film Critic Michael Phillips

We’re rolling out a project this summer called The Movie That Made Me. We’re interviewing interesting people about the one movie that had the biggest impact on their lives. Many of the movies will likely be something they saw in childhood that continues to resonate to this day, or a movie they keep coming back to. 

First up: Chicago Tribune Film Critic Michael Phillips