Review: All the emotions come roaring back reminding you why you fell in love with this original Disney classic from 1994. Disney’s latest live-action film, The Lion King.
Whether you’re hosting nostalgic memories of your favorite childhood film or creating new memories with a film that might be their new favorite, DIsney’s Aladdin is a fun, fantastic, musical ride for the whole family.
Tim Burton’s re-imagination of the classic Dumbo is pure magic. Audiences everywhere will fall in love with the adorable big-eyed, floppy-eared pachyderm in a charming story that takes moviegoers on a heartwarming flight to dreamland.
Entertaining and visually impressive, Captain Marvel is jam-packed with action and humor, 90’s nostalgia, and an adorable cat named Goose.
How to Train Your Dragon : The Hidden World accomplished what many trilogies can’t, a successful third film that is just as amazing, if not better, than the first. The film is visually stunning and the story of bravery, courageousness, fearlessness, and being true to oneself is a pure joy to watch on the big screen.
Second Act, the new STX Films movie starring Jennifer Lopez, hits theaters on December 21, and you’re going to want to start planning your girls’ night now.
Mary Poppins Returns is a magical film honoring the 1964 original Mary Poppins with tenderhearted nods, creating an old-fashioned movie musical that works perfectly in the modern world.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is the heartwarming story about friendship audiences needs to see this weekend.
Creating a small scale production that is big on fun proved to be a daunting task for Director Peyton Reed.
Pixar has done it! The one thing many studios fail at. They have created the rare sequel that is beyond incredible, not only living up to everyone’s expectations but also rivaling any live-action superhero film.
In Tully, we get a brutally honest look at motherhood through the eyes of Marlo, a struggling mom of three who is just trying to make it through each day. A mom, who like many of us, doesn’t realize it’s okay to ask for help.
After screening Avengers: Infinity War earlier this week, we’ve had a lot of parents approach us and ask is Avengers: Infinity War safe for kids? Get our thoughts on what is undoubtedly the darkest film to come out of the MCU.
As Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin, along with Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling), Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey), embark on a journey through the universe to find Meg’s father Alex (Chris Pine) by tessering (sort of shape-shifting) from planet to planet to the furthest reaches of the universe, the group finds themselves in a battle between good and evil as Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin learn to celebrate their individual flaws and realize love will always triumph over evil.
Check out some of our favorite spoiler-free Star Wars: The Last Jedi reactions and rave reviews we found dominating social media.
Daddy’s Home 2 will be the family comedy of this holiday season! It brings together Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Linda Cardellini, John Cena, John Lithgow & Mel Gibson in the sequel to the 2015 global smash hit Daddy’s Home.
There’s no denying Thor: Ragnarok is a riot, pure and simple. A colorful cosmic journey that will have your family laughing at the non-stop comedy throughout the film.
Disclosure: I was a guest of STX Entertainment to screen Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and attend…
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