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Movie Review: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" was released in theaters last fall but the popular family flick just hit DVD and Amazon Instant Video, making it the ideal choice for family movie night.
Movie Reviews: New in Theaters Feb. 20

Movie Reviews: New in Theaters Feb. 20

Ready for some laughs? Yes! About this time every year, at least for some of us, it seems like winter is never going to morph into spring. Which means it's the perfect time to distract ourselves with "Hot Tub Time Machine 2." Also check out "The Duff," starring Mae Whitman, and "McFarland USA," starring Kevin Costner. Here's a look at what's opening wide in theaters this week.
Movie Review: Paddington

Movie Review: Paddington

Even if you’re not familiar with the kids’ books by Michael Bond, there’s something endearing about a bear named Paddington, isn’t there? You just know this bear is something special. And indeed, he is. It makes me want to go back and read the classic stories to my kids, even though they’re now 17 and 20 years old. Somehow, I don’t think they would mind.
Move Review: The LEGO Movie

Move Review: The LEGO Movie

Both kids and adults will love this movie, and it might even help the adults to forget the unpleasantness of stepping on all those LEGO bricks through the years.
Movie Review: The Nut Job

Movie Review: The Nut Job

It's very rare that you come across a kids' movie these days that actually has some substance to it. Most have predictable storylines with run-of-the-mill characters and uninspired dialogue. Not so with "The Nut Job."
Movie Review: Walking with Dinosaurs

Movie Review: Walking with Dinosaurs

Based on a 1999 BBC series, this family movie follows a young dinosaur as he grows up and takes his place as the leader of the herd.
Movie Review: Saving Mr. Banks

Movie Review: Saving Mr. Banks

"Saving Mr. Banks" is an entertaining look at the iconic "Mary Poppins," and definitely worth seeing on the big screen.
Movie Review—Frozen

Movie Review—Frozen

"Frozen" is dazzling to look at and features a poignant and surprising non-stereotypical ending. Aside from the parents dying, "Frozen" is perfect in every way.
Movie Review—Free Birds

Movie Review—Free Birds

When a children's movie features the voices of Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Amy Poehler and George Takei, you get the feeling it'll be a fun movie with great dialogue and a cute storyline. Not so with "Free Birds."
DVD Review—Lost and Found

DVD Review—Lost and Found

This adorable tale for kids offers a sweet message about the importance of friendship and how you should always help a friend in need.
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