Trolls Movie Review & A Movie Giveaway

A review of the Trolls Movie from a review family. Check out all the things they loved and the giveaway for your own movie night.

It’s the day of the Trolls! In case you’re wondering what Trolls I'm talking about, it’s opening day for the new movie Trolls! My family was able to attend a screening and I highly recommend it for people of all ages, not just families. It’s a rare movie that my husband, my 8 year old, my 4 year old and I ALL leave the theater feeling like we’d PAY to see it again and can’t wait to add the DVD to our collection. Here’s the official synopsis of the movie: From the creators of Shrek comes … [Read more...]

Ice Age: Collision Course Movie Review

Ice Age Collison Course

My family was recently invited to an advance screening of the newest Ice Age: Collison Course and we loved it! All of our favorite characters are back including Scrat the squirrel and his love for the elusive acorn, Manny, Ellie and Peaches, Sid and Diego. This time Scrat is the one who’s responsible for the confusion that threatens the planet and the herd has to make correct his mistake. There are a few new characters as well for us to love and there’s even a wedding in the works! My 8 year … [Read more...]

Three Lessons from Kung Fu Panda 3 – #KungFuPanda3

Three Lessons from Kung Fu Panda

My family was recently invited to a screening of Kung Fu Panda 3 and while we really enjoyed it (it might be my favorite one of the series), I realized that there were several lessons/reasons worth going to see it that I wanted to share with you. Here’s a quick summary of the movie: When Po's long-lost panda father suddenly reappears, the reunited duo travels to a secret panda paradise to meet scores of hilarious new panda characters.  But when the supernatural villain Kai begins to … [Read more...]

Why The Movie Concussion is a Must See for All Families

Why The Movie Concussion is a Must See for All Families

I recently attended a screening of the movie Concussion. Contrary to popular opinion, I didn’t see it as a movie “to kill football” but moreso as a movie to start conversations about the role of contact sports and even how the game is played, with football serving as the catalyst for these conversations. To say it’s a powerful movie and a MUST SEE wouldn’t be an understatement. The reason why I believe that it’s such a MUST SEE is because it raised many more questions for myself and my husband … [Read more...]