Category Family

5 Movies From Your Childhood

5 Movies From Your Childhood To Share With Your Kids


Brand new movies are great!
It’s so much fun standing in line at the theater, breathing in the buttery popcorn smell, giddy with anticipation when a new movie is released.

My children love watching the latest and greatest movies, but I just grin when I hear my children singing the songs I used to sing as a kid – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” or “Tomorrow”. Hearing their little off-key renditions is the best music to my ears.

Have you introduced your children to the movies you enjoyed when you were younger?

Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
The Robinson family gets shipwrecked near an island. With hard work and togetherness, they build a majestic tree house...

Read More

Dolittle Review

Dolittle Review

Dolittle Review

Rating:

4/10

Cast:

Robert Downey Jr. as Dr. John Dolittle
Emma Thompson as Polly (Voice)
Rami Malek as Chee-Chee (Voice)
John Cena as Yoshi (Voice)
Kumail Nanjiani as Plimpton (Voice)
Octavia Spencer as Dub-Dub (Voice)
Craig Robinson as Kevin (Voice)
Marion Cotillard as Tutu (Voice)
Selena Gomez as Betsy (Voice)
Ralph Fiennes as Barry (Voice)
Jason Mantzoukas as James (Voice)
Michael Sheen as Blair Müdfly
Jim Broadbent as Lord Thomas Badgley
Antonio Banderas as Rassouli
Harry Collett as Tommy Stubbins
Carmel Laniado as Lady Rose
Jessie Buckley as Queen Victoria

Dir: Stephen Gaghan

Summary:

In Victorian-era England, the extraordinary Dr...

Read More

First Worst Movie of 2020

Doctor Doolittle

Doctor Doolittle

You know the scene in Tim Burton’s Batman where a back-alley doctor tries to repair Jack Napier’s chemically-scarred face, and he accidentally gives him the hideously scarred visage of the Joker? Dolittle is like the movie version of that; an unpleasant, incoherent mess that feels like it was stitched together from outtakes and reshoots of something that used to look totally different.

The movie was originally announced as The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle and directed by Stephen Gaghan, the writer of Traffic and the director of Syriana. Last year, Universal reportedly brought in Wrath of the Titans’ Jonathan Liebesman to oversee 21 days of additional shooting after the studio decided that Gaghan’s initial cut, in The Hollywood Reporter’s words, “needed s...

Read More

Wile E. Coyote Movie

Coyote Vs. Acme, an upcoming movie featuring the classic Looney Tunes antagonist Wile E. Coyote, h as found its director.According to a new report, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows helmer Dave Green will direct the project, and the search for a writer is now underway. Lego Batman director Chris McKay and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia writers Jon and Josh Silberman are also producing with Jesse Ehrman overseeing for Warner Bros.

Described as a live action-animation hybrid, Coyote vs. Acme will likely feature an animated Wile E. Coyote in a realistic world. Full plot details are not yet clear, but the title suggests the titular coyote will switch his focus from Road Runner to the fictional Acme company. Those who remember the classic Looney Tunes cartoons might recall tha...

Read More

Aladdin Spin-Off Is Happening

An Aladdin spin-off is in the works, as Disney is reportedly developing a spin-off of the live-action remake following Prince Anders. The project is intended to premiere on Disney+ and likely won’t be having a wide theatrical release akin to Aladdin. Billy Magnussen is expected to reprise the role from the movie, and Disney has hired Jordan Dunn and Michael Kvamme to write the screenplay. Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich are also on board to produce for Rideback, with Ryan Halprin executive producing.

Though the live-action Aladdin remake was largely faithful to its source material, it did introduce some original characters. Magnussen’s Prince Anders is one of the movie’s standout creations, thanks in large part to his amusing portrayal...

Read More

Frozen II Has A Post-Credits

Frozen II Has A Post-Credits

Frozen II Has A Post-Credits

We’re about to get into some spoilers for Disney’s long-awaited animated movie Frozen II. To explain the end-credits scene, I first need to explain a moment from the movie. So, seriously, if you don’t want to be spoiled, please check out one of our other lovely articles.

It’s becoming more and more common for movies to offer mid-credits, end-credits, or post-credits scenes and Frozen II is no exception. Like some other Disney movies before it — Ralph Breaks The Internet comes to mind – the movie offers an extra scene for fans that’s the right level of fun for both adults and kids.

If you were hoping for a big Disney animated universe tie-in, however, you may be disappointed to learn the House of Mouse is not teasing Frozen 3

Read More

Jonah Hauer-King Is Prince Eric

Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid has found its Prince Eric, as Jonah Hauer-King has reportedly officially signed on for the role. According to a new report, Hauer-King screen-tested twice for the role, with the second occurrence just a few days ago on Nov. 9 in London with director Rob Marshall. Apparently, Marshall likes what he saw in Hauer-King, as the young actor will now star opposite Halle Bailey as our new Ariel, the titular mermaid.

Jonah Hauer-King is a rising star in Hollywood who most recently portrayed a younger version of Tim Roth’s character in the drama movie The Song of Names. His casting in The Little Mermaid is not particularly surprising in that he had previously been reported to be among one of two finalists for the part along with Krypton star...

Read More

Disney Animated Films On Disney Plus

The release of Disney Plus is just around the corner. Numerous trailers are being released for the upcoming films and series, as well as original content, that will feature on this groundbreaking streaming platform. Fans are absolutely excited at what’s in store for the subscription service.

Disney Plus allows for a lot of opportunities to revisit old properties. While we already know that the animated division of the company will be heavily explored through the service such as the old Marvel animated series, there’s also an option to create new animated shows. With so many films in the Disney library now, any one of them could be brought back and reworked as a series. Here are three confirmed animated films that are getting a revival, as well as seven that definitely should return!

RELATE...

Read More

Dolittle Trailer Talking to the Animals!

Talking to the Animals!

Talking to the Animals!

Dolittle trailer with Robert Downey Jr. talking to the animals!

Universal Pictures has released the trailer and poster for Dolittle (previously known as “The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle”), starring Robert Downey Jr. (Avengers: Endgame) as the title character. Check out the Dolittle trailer in the player below, along with the poster in the gallery!

RELATED: Jonathan Liebesman Tapped For The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle Reshoots

After losing his wife seven years earlier, the eccentric Dr. John Dolittle (Downey), famed doctor and veterinarian of Queen Victoria’s England, hermits himself away behind the high walls of Dolittle Manor with only his menagerie of exotic animals for company. But when the young queen (Jessie Buckley, Wild Rose) falls gravely ill, a reluct...

Read More

Dolittle Movie Trailer: Robert Downey Jr.

The official trailer for Robert Downey Jr.’s Dolittle is now online. This will be the first film the actor has starred in since his swan song as Tony Stark in Avengers: Endgame, in addition to the first non-MCU movie he’s appeared in since 2014’s The Judge. Universal spent an estimated $175 million to make the Doctor Dolittle adaptation, in the hope of scoring a sizable hit with families powered by RDJ’s star appeal. Unfortunately, there’ve already been signs of trouble, beginning with Dolittle being delayed from April 2019 to January 2020.

More recently, it was reported the film was undergoing major reshoots, with Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie) writing new material and Jonathan Liebesman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) directing. The reshoots have since been completed, and Dolittle – ...

Read More