The holidays are the favorite time of the year of many, if not most (definitely mine!). But, it’s even more exciting through the eyes of a child – especially if that child is yours.

        

Scroll down to see the 16 min. short. No one is more respected in America than the firefighter. They don’t have the same public relations issues of their civil servant cousin, the police officer.

        
3
Age 9+ Approved
Movie Review
PG-13

The epitome of spooky is when irrational, childhood fears come to life. The Visit pushes aside china dolls and giant clowns behind and focuses on something that makes a lot of kids real life uncomfortable: Grandma and Grandpa’s house.

        
5
Age 13+ Approved

What do kids ages 5 to 21 have in common? They’re likely headed back to school!

        
Movie Review
R

Some years ago, my dad was offered a job in Saudi Arabia. The money was great, the frequency he’d be able to visit the U.S. was not.

        
3
Older Teens
PG-13

I don't know if you have never seen the show “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” but I haven't  -- and I'm positive your kids haven’t either.

        
4
Age 13+ Approved
PG-13

I’ll tell you what’s fantastic about Fantastic Four: it confirms that Generation X wasn’t slackers after all. Whatever we were as teens, we are now awesome. Thirty-five to 50-year olds rule the planet, and superheroes are a perfect example.

        
3
Age 11+ Approved
PG

In the spirit of Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner, Shaun the Sheep Movie is a quiet and rambunctious film. It’s quiet because there’s no dialogue – just mrphormrph type noises somewhat similar to how the adults speak in Peanuts TV specials.

        
4
All Ages Approved