May 1 launches the season packed with many of the most exciting and fun movies of the year. Summer 2015 is exceptionally awesome, with a stellar line-up full of highly anticipated films. Make your plans now!

        

The April 2015 issue of Cosmopolitan somewhat hatefully asserts that the maternal instinct does not exist through nature, rather, it’s a social movement meant to keep women procreating.

        
PG-13

My oldest son Cole and I have been through a lot together: nine moves, three marriages, and hundreds of films.

        
3
Age 15+ Approved
Movie Review
R

Unfriended may be a teen’s nightmare, but it’s a parent’s dream! It demonstrates the consequences of everything we warn our kids about. This film is better than any long-winded speech I’ve ever delivered in one teen-engaging package. Love. It.

        
5
Age 13+ Approved
Movie Review

Jason Priestley is so associated with a character named Dylan – his character’s BFF on “Beverly Hills, 90210” – that it raises a hopeful eyebrow that he would make his feature directorial debut with that character’s name emblazoned across it.

        
3
Age 13+ Approved

As of today, the Star Wars Digital Collection is available! To get you and your kids in the spirit, here are some ways to celebrate that wonderful galaxy far, far away.

        
Movie Review
PG

Flashback to 6th grade Social Studies: do you remember the shock of learning about the Indian caste system? It seemed so unnecessarily harsh and cruel.

        
3
Age 5+ Approved
Movie Review
PG-13

It disappoints me that girls have allowed dating to become an endangered ritual, and apparently, I’m not the only one.

        
3
Age 15+ Approved

Did you know today is Draw a Bird day? Apparently, it is - and upcoming The Peanuts Movie is making the most of it to the benefit of future animators and parents who want to impress their kids!

        

My 4-year old is always on the ready for a light saber battle.