Family Movie Night: Saturday’s Warrior

Family Movie Night: Saturday’s Warrior

Nostalgia is a tricky thing when it comes to movies. Some movies require it to be enjoyable and some movies are bolstered and made better by it. The Peanuts Movie, for instance, is a film that was made better by nostalgia.  I really loved that film on its own merits...
Family Movie Night: Powerpuff Girls

Family Movie Night: Powerpuff Girls

As an animation addict it can be easy to discount properties that are deemed as ‘cartoons’.   This word sometimes designates a lower level of quality than the grandness of animation.  It was with this thought that I never really paid much attention to the Cartoon...
Family Movie Night: Pride and Prejudice

Family Movie Night: Pride and Prejudice

If you are an active movie reviewing you-tuber like I am than your world has been overloaded with Batman v Superman lately and frankly I’m a little bit sick of it.  I needed a break!!  So I decided this week to profile something on the other end of the spectrum and...
Family Movie Night: Batman vs Superman

Family Movie Night: Batman vs Superman

Hi guys!  Hopefully some of you have had the chance to see the new Batman v Superman film. I saw it and you can see my spoiler free review here: It however is not a family film and I would not recommend taking children to see it. However, you can stage your own...
Family Movie Night: Barbie As Rapunzel

Family Movie Night: Barbie As Rapunzel

Certain movies are easy targets for cynics and critics who won’t give them much of a chance to begin with.  The Barbie movies are probably a prime example of such films.  Not only is the titular heroine a doll that feminists hate but little girls love but they are the...
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