Category Archives: Movies

Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory Announced for Thanksgiving 2015

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I normally don’t announce movies so far ahead, but I am incredibly excited for “Finding Dory,” the sequel to Disney-Pixar’s “Finding Nemo.” Director Andrew Stanton shares, “One thing we couldn’t stop thinking about was why she was all alone in the ocean on the day she met Marlin. In ‘Finding Dory,’ she will be reunited…

HOP into Easter with a Movie Giveaway

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HOP is the story of the teenage heir to the Easter Bunny enterprise who really just wants to be a rock star. Aptly voiced by Russell Brand, E.B. sets out on an adventure, eventually connecting with Fred, played by James Marsden. The trailer is below.When it came out last year, I had full intention to…

A Sneak Peek at Disney Pixar’s Brave

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I got my first look at Brave while in NYC for Toy Fair. Mattel has some beautiful dolls and play sets that go along with the movie. But now I can’t wait to see it! Merida, the lead character, reminds me of LadyBug with her wild curls and equally wild spirit. Brave is due out…

Language Learning with Little Pim–A Review

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Young kids are most receptive to learning new languages. That’s one of the reasons why Julia Pimsleur Levine created the Little Pim series aimed at kids from birth through five years old. Levine is the daughter of Dr. Paul Pimsleur who is well-known for his language series for adults. The DVDs come in 10 different…

Day 2 – Win a $25 Move Theater Gift Card Courtesy of RIO

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Let’s Go to RIO!

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My Favorite Things – The Sound of Music 3-Disc Set on Blu-Ray

Celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Sound of Music.

A Review of Life As We Know It

What happens when your entire world changes and you’re forced to go through the experience with someone you hate?

Mom’s Movie Night Out – A Review of The Kids Are All Right

It’s hard to beat a night out with great mom bloggers, free hand massages and a wine tasting, but the addition of The Kids Are All Right made the evening even better.

Whip It

When I sat down to watch Whip It, I don’t think I knew what to expect. I knew it was directed by Drew Barrymore, who I think is fabulous on so many levels, and I knew it starred Ellen Page, who is incredibly talented. I also knew it had a quirky soundtrack and a plotline…