Free Screenings of “Lightyear” in Dallas, Austin & San Antonio
I teared up the first time I saw the trailer for Lightyear. I’m not entirely sure why, though it might have been a Pavlovian response to ANYTHING related to Toy Story. There’s something about Chris Evans in the role of our favorite Space Ranger that also takes Lightyear to another level. I’m so excited to give away free passes to this film, and hopefully enough to take your whole family (or close to it).Continue reading →
FREE MOVIE PASSES: See Disney Pixar’s “Coco” EARLY & FOR FREE
Think you have no interest in seeing the latest from Disney Pixar, Coco? Why don’t you take a minute to read some of it’s reviews first? See, when I read words like “Dazzling” or “Captivating” and especially “Insta-Classic,” I can’t help but get a little excited about Coco. This one tells the story of young Miguel (newcomer Anthony Gonzalez), who finds himself in the Land of the Dead while trying to become a famous musician. There’s a phenomenal cast, including Gael García Bernal and Benjamin Bratt, and music from Frozen songwriters, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Coco is also written and directed by Lee Unkrich, who won TWO Oscars for Toy Story 3. Still not interested in Coco? Fine, just go be grouchy somewhere else while WE grab free passes to see Coco Continue reading →
Mommy-Movie-Review: “Cars 3” with My Kids (PODCAST)
I took my kids to see Cars 3 last night and we were all VERY surprised by it. My girls didn’t even want to see it, so the fact that this podcast isn’t eight straight minutes of them complaining is a SHOCK. Listen to the audio below to hear their thoughts and find out if YOU should see Cars 3. Keep checking the FREE MOVIE PASS page as well, to find out what I’m giving away next! Continue reading →
FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Cars 3” EARLY & FOR FREE
My daughter just asked me what we’re doing tomorrow. We’re not even a week into Summer Break and they’re already bored asking for itineraries. Fortunately, I have loads of Free Movie Passes to give away this summer, including these tickets to an early screening of Cars 3. You can bring up to 3 kids with you too, which means you can take your whole posse OR relieve a friend of theirs. Continue reading →
Mommy-Movie-Review: “Finding Dory” Reviewed by My Girls
I finally saw Finding Dory with my daughters last night, so I know what you’re thinking. It probably sounds like this: “PLEASE let it be as good as Finding Nemo! Please oh please oh PUHLEEEEEEZE!!!”
Well, is it?
Just take a listen to the podcast below and see what my kids had to say. Oh, and you might want to take some Kleenex. I may or may not have gotten a bit weepy…twice.
MOMMY-MOVIE-REVIEW: “The Good Dinosaur”- Pixar Has Us Crying In Our Popcorn AGAIN
My daughters think they are EXPERTS when it comes to Kids’ Films. They see every Kid Flick that comes out and since I write about movies, I usually interview them afterwards. My girls also spend time (more than I’m willing to admit here) on TV channels that are devoted to kids, so they’ve seen all the Made-For-TV Kid Flicks as well. They have a broad point of reference and are quicker to voice their opinions about movies that I ever was at that age. That is why I listen closely to their reviews, because they usually mirror what other kids their ages will say.
That said, Emma and Lucy were not excited about seeing The Good Dinosaur. Lucy thought the animation looked rote and Emma said The Good Dinosaur was derivative of better movies, like Ice Age and The Land Before Time. Okay, those weren’t the exact words they used but you get the point. Continue reading →
MOMMY-MOVIE-REVIEW: Disney Pixar Hits Puberty With “Inside Out”
Pixar hasn’t had the best luck with film critics recently. It’s last three movies Cars 2, Brave and Monsters University were met with mixed reviews and had some wondering if the animation giant had lost it’s edge. Now they’ve given us Inside Out, a film about an 11-year-old’s emotions which is Pixar’s most ambitious project to date. It also has film critics frantically searching Thesaurus for new ways to say “sweet” and “inventive.” Continue reading →