Movie Review
PG-13

Aloha means hello and goodbye in Hawaiian, and true to form, the viewer can’t tell if Aloha is coming or going. From the beginning, it’s a little hard to assess what’s going on; it doesn’t get much easier as the film progresses.

        
1
Age 15+ Approved
Movie Review
R

Dope opens with the three definitions of the word: drugs, dumb and excellent. That sets up everything that will go down in the next two hours.

        
4
Not for kids
PG-13

The original Poltergeist is the scariest rated PG movie ever made and the scariest movie I’ve ever seen. Like many, I saw it when I was 12 and it affected my sleep for an entire decade.

        
4
Age 13+ Approved

If the children are the future, what does our future look like?

        

Space exploration and cool techy innovations are almost always mind-blowing on film. The truth is, real innovation is often inspired by film and film is inspired by real innovation.

        

Pitch Perfect is a sensation among girls, teens through 20s and beyond. But, where’s the  equivalent for guys? A fun musical take on what life is supposed to be in that gap between high school and grownupedness?

        

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!

        

It fascinates me how children in one part of the world will love a book, a film, a toy and kids in other parts of the world aren't even aware of it. Maya the Bee is a great example.

        
PG

It’s hard not to feel like we’ve mucked up the world for our children, perhaps to a point where there may no longer be a world. Is this how every generation feels, or just us?

        
4
Age 7+ Approved

Pitch Perfect 2, the end of "Glee," and the premiere of POP!'s "Sing It On" are sure to bring another surge in kids pursuing a vocal existence. But, as "American Idol" auditions have taught us all, not everyone has the gift.