Weeks ago, I saw The Interview, long before the hacking was revealed. I opposed the concept of the movie, I was shocked that a movie studio would want to bait an eccentric world leader.

        
Movie Review
PG

Annie is a musical that holds a special place in our hearts, but if you go back and watch the 1982 movie, ooof, it does not hold up well. In fact, it’s a little racist.

        
5
Age 7+ Approved
Movie Review
PG-13

As a parent, everything you need to know about The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is in the title. It’s a war epic, meaning, it’s got epically long battle scenes.

        
4
Age 11+ Approved

In the movie The Maze Runner (on DVD Dec. 16), teens wake up with no memory and find themselves in the middle of a giant maze, with no idea why or how to get out.

        

When planning family entertainment, I think all parents can agree a favored element is when it's FREE!

        
PG-13

When you think of Moses, what image comes to mind? An old man with a staff, holding up two stone tablets? A beard in a gown parting the Red Sea? It’s harder to envision Moses the war general or Moses as a young man living in lavish palace.

        
2
Age 11+ Approved

When do you change-up a classic? Will Gluck, the writer-director the new Annie, tells me he knew the beloved musical was losing its relevance with young viewers when he saw a Broadway production with his two daughters.

        
Movie Review
PG-13

When I heard Tim Burton was directing the biopic of artists Walter and Margaret Keane, I was baffled. Burton is known for out-there fantasies, from Batman to Beetlejuice to Alice in Wonderland, most of which appeal to kids.

        
3
Age 9+ Approved
PG

Every history teacher’s dream is surely to bring history to life for their students – and the Night at the Museum series always does so in such a magical way: making the characters fun, funny and intriguing.

        
4
Age 7+ Approved

When it comes to movies, ABC Family always hits it out of the park with weekend programming full of films that appeal to children, tweens, teens, parents...well, pretty much everyone in a family.