PG

I instantly knew The Seventh Dwarf wasn’t an American film from the opening scene when Sleeping Beauty consults Tarot cards.

        
3
All Ages Approved

Ethan Hunt is no James Bond. He’s funny, he relies on his physical abilities more than a gadget, and most importantly, he’s no misogynistic womanizer. That’s clear when we meet Ilsa, an agent working for The Syndicate.

        
Movie Review
PG-13

Just Say Yes.* That's my mantra and it's led me to a lot of personal happiness and unique experiences.

        
5
Age 15+ Approved
PG-13

When I was 12 years old, you could find me where you could find all the other kids in 1982: at the arcade. Quarters were our currency and getting to the front of the line to play Q-bert, Asteroids or Frogger was always a challenge.

        
3
Age 9+ Approved

How do you achieve your dream? There’s no clear-cut right answer. Personally, I get a kick out of watching aspirationals blazing a path – they possess a contagious energy and excitement.

        
PG-13

It’s fitting that the follow-up novel to “To Kill a Mockingbird” and the newest Marvel movie are being released the same week.

        
5
Age 7+ Approved
PG-13

I’ve spent my life avoiding scary movies. My issue is what my family lovingly calls “an overactive imagination,” which means at 2 a.m., I’m pretty sure there’s a killer clown under my bed.

        
5
Age 11+ Approved
Movie Review
PG

Minions is a throwback to older films, a time where family films were just entertainment –they weren’t trying to teach you anything. However, there is something you will learn from the little yellow henchmen – kids love silliness!

        
5
All Ages Approved
Movie Review
PG-13

Advances in health care are allowing us to live longer, but not necessarily better – and cancer is still cutting so many lives short.

        
3
Age 11+ Approved